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Old 09-12-2016, 03:53 PM   #121
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How about if we bring some 'paarde vlees'? It's quite a delicacy over here.
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Old 09-12-2016, 03:56 PM   #122
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Paarde vlees is horse meat.
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Hi: bouterse... NEH!!! Iowa Dave's bringing SPAM as cpaharley2008 won't be there with a supply of scrapple. Alf
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Old 09-12-2016, 04:05 PM   #124
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You guys have a great time this year! We won't be there as the wife is getting as much rest as possible after surgery, before our up coming trip to Chiliwack. But we'll see you next year with our new 21. Everyone travel safe! We'll be there in spirit.
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Old 09-12-2016, 07:00 PM   #125
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Early Birds...No Worms

Deciding what to do with ourselves after the Algonac rally we opted this morning to take the 8 minute ferry in the city of Algonac across the St. Claire River and head straight here. No border hassle at all and save the foot passenger we were the only motorized fare....$15 was well worth not crossing upriver at Sarnia and getting stuck on the bridge for an hour or so as has happened to some.

We are solo for a few days and then some camping buddies with an Escape 21 on order are scheduled to show up.

So....we'll do some laundry, housekeeping and poking about while we wait.

For those of you from the US I thought I would note that we get 2 to 3 bars of Verizon service and at least 2 bars on my T-Mobile device here at the campsite. Don't know about elsewhere, but I appreciate having it here, at least.

You can buy service for $2/day/device according to the owner....first 15 minutes is free and then you have to decide what you need.

We are on site 31 near the entrance and have a small view of the Niagara River right out the front door. Sweet.

Anway....warming up the campground for the rest of y'all.

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Old 09-12-2016, 07:13 PM   #126
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Paarde vlees is horse meat.
Bring in the Percheron, the Weber can cook anything. The Jalapeņo spam is packed. I also have some summer sausage with cheese and jalpenos infused, as well as some fresh jalapeņos and sweet red bull's horn peppers my bro gave me yestidy. These will be for give away while supplies last. Pulled poke for the potluck and an exciting new beer called nooner.
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Old 09-12-2016, 08:15 PM   #127
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Bring in the Percheron, the Weber can cook anything. The Jalapeņo spam is packed. I also have some summer sausage with cheese and jalpenos infused, as well as some fresh jalapeņos and sweet red bull's horn peppers my bro gave me yestidy. These will be for give away while supplies last. Pulled poke for the potluck and an exciting new beer called nooner.
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I'm with you you Dave, bring on the hot and spicy, when we were younger it was the women, now it is the food.....
Sounds like ya'll could use a plate of my wife's Chile Rellenos.....

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If you like spicy, you should try korean food. Hint. korean peppers are the same heat level as Thai peppers.
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If you like spicy, you should try korean food. Hint. korean peppers are the same heat level as Thai peppers.
Yes sir, good stuff. Just had dinner at Jang Su Jang in Santa Clara CA. Place is frequented by Koreans, so you know it's going to be good. Try the Kimchi Jjigae, or the spicy ribs.

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