Tag Archives: PahaQue

Thank You To All Our Awesome Customers!

Just wanted to let you know I received the repaired (they look new to me) poles for my 12×12 screen room yesterday,   After sell support just doesn’t get any better than this.  You folks have great products (two screen … Continue reading

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January 2017 Recipe

Chef Jason’s World Famous Grilled Scalloped Potatoes   Chef Jason’s World Famous Grilled Scalloped Potatoes I love these. And they’re quite simple to make, even with the extra step of grilling the potatoes first. But that’s important here. Grilling the … Continue reading

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Winter Camping Tips

Here are some handy cold-weather camping tips that can make camping more comfortable through the fall/winter camping season. Stay warm! 1. Keep hydrated during the day and avoid drinking lots of fluids at night, so you won’t have to go to … Continue reading

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All Good Things Must Come To An End

After many, many years of faithful service, my beloved PahaQue screen room has bit the dust.  Kicked the bucket.  It was destroyed by Hurricane Matthew back in October. I wanted y’all to know what a great tent that was.  It … Continue reading

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Cooky Jason’s World Famous Pouched Salmon

Cooky Jason’s World Famous Pouched Salmon Alrighty, campers. I know a lot of the country is still gridlocked in a winter wonderland and most of you won’t be camping anytime soon. So with that in mind I try to write recipes … Continue reading

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Tear Drops in Desert Sand

Teardrop Rendezvous in Quartzsite   Remote Camp Site Little Guy Trailers and Paha Que Wilderness have just completed an epic backcountry tour of the Gold Mining areas in the old Fort Tyson area. Participants traveled from San Diego (main group), … Continue reading

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