Charles Vergos Rendevous. I think the fear of BBQ is in the diabetes genes or something. Just way to hard to count the carbs.
Rendevous. Now, my wife says I hold my hands in a fist position like a primate and that my posture is horrible. Looking at the picture above I have to agree with her.
The good thing is my BG's never were above 178 the whole trip, even after my slab of ribs. Is it healthy if anything is served by the portion size of "Slab." Reminds me of the Jim Gaffigan joke of is there anything healthy that you can order it in the size of "Bucket."
Rendevous and he has him park it up front so that people walk by and take funny pictures of them posing in front of it.
Now when camping, or traveling make sure to look for any place to stop that is historic or a "must see" destination along the way. Instead of stopping at McDonald's or Wendy's you can see a historic site or visit the worlds largest Moth ball or something. This way you look forward to each stop and it adds spice to your trip. My son and I count Cracker Barrel restaurants along the way. Then with the diabetes I usually do a plus 20% to my basal rate and have my co-pilot test me often. My BG's run high and I also love to snack and drink plenty of fluids along the way. Then when I get to my destination I am well prepared for whatever comes my way. After this 14 hour drive I was ready to walk the town and do something because I prepared along the drive.