Weekend Watch: The Omelette Guy

Home-cooked meals are few and far between, until hikers run into Carl.
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Along the Appalachian Trail, in New Hampshire's White Mountains, hikers come across a camp setup unlike any other. It's complete with a stove, cast-iron skillet, dozens of eggs, circle of chairs, and Carl, self-nicknamed the "Omelette Guy." Now in his retirement, Carl brings joy in the form of calories to hikers by serving all-you-can-eat eggs to his hungry guests. This video presented by Osprey Packs highlights his generosity.

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