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Old 10-15-2013, 07:30 PM   #4677
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Anybody ever been to one of those medieval dinner shows? Gotta eat your dinner like they did back then.... with your hands. Plenty of napkins and a great show. Been so long ago, I don't remember the name of the one I went to in Phx. Google is you friend. I got a lot of hits.
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Old 10-15-2013, 07:32 PM   #4678
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What about going to the bathhouse show? When we were in the tour business, we always did it and the ladies really enjoyed it. I think this is the webb site

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"The domain bathhouseshow.com may be for sale. Click here for details." ???????
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Old 10-15-2013, 09:11 PM   #4679
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I'll give them a call and see what I can find out on the dates we'll be there and post my findings. Sounds like fun, we haven't been before, not sure how long it's been open but will look into
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Anybody ever been to one of those medieval dinner shows? Gotta eat your dinner like they did back then.... with your hands. Plenty of napkins and a great show. Been so long ago, I don't remember the name of the one I went to in Phx. Google is you friend. I got a lot of hits.
Never been to one of those dinner shows. But I think it would come natural for me. Sounds like fun.
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Anybody ever been to one of those medieval dinner shows? Gotta eat your dinner like they did back then.... with your hands. Plenty of napkins and a great show. Been so long ago, I don't remember the name of the one I went to in Phx. Google is you friend. I got a lot of hits.

Hey Dunner,

Yup Yup we did a few times, stayed at the Excaliber in Las Vegas with the kids and went to the jousting show, the bawdy serving wenches were real attentive to the men at the table, my kids were kind of wide eyed and Marcia wasnt to impressed with the attention the men received, but I remember really enjoying the meal. And then one time we went to a Renaissance Festival in Michigan and it was much the same. Hazahhhhh !!! its kind of like saying Cheers !!!! only different.

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Old 10-15-2013, 11:02 PM   #4682
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Never been to one of those dinner shows. But I think it would come natural for me. Sounds like fun.
^ What Jeff said. I think they gave us a basket of baked chicken and fries and a big cup of grog. Sword fights and jousting and probably stuff I'm forgetting.
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Old 10-15-2013, 11:14 PM   #4683
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I just checked the mileage from Yuma, AZ to Frisco, TX .... geeessshhhhh its 1200 miles it sure doesnt look that far, but its a good thing I can take a couple of weeks to do that, or faster depending. Ill probably be coming into the DFW area by 20 then hook north on 35 to Frisco, but I'll have to figure out where I can make 2 or 3 day stops along the way, there is no reason to hurry Ill have like a full month to get to Hot Springs via Frisco. The big reason we want to stop in Frisco is because we have some friends that have spent the last 12 years in California, and they have just moved to Frisco, and they are right on the way to Hot Springs, what better time to stop and touch base. Yeeeeee Haaaaaa

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You should be able to PTJeep. I drove my last coach home from Phoenix, AZ, 1800 miles in 2.5 days.
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Jeff - it's 300 miles from Plano / Frisco to Hot Springs. Since I'm a lightweight driver - I plan to leave on the 23rd and stop 50 miles or so out and roll in easy on the 24th. That could change and do it in a day - but I know how things can go. Late start due to X Y or Z - etc. And the more I drive - the leas like setting up.

Herb and Barb are good candidates to roll with us. And no telling about Wayne M rolling by from the South - or Teffy for that matter. We shall see. We shall see.
Wow, I'm 450 miles from the CG and if I were to detour to Plano I'd be a mutanzillion miles away, so it looks like we'll head up Hwy 59 on the 22nd and stop somewhere for the night. Arrive 23rd.

Dang! I spent the day unloading and cleaning the inside of the MH along with Earlene (no, i did not have to clean her so don't say it!) and now I had to catch up on 7 pages of mutanese ramblings. Sheesh! Don't ya'll ever sleep?
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Maybe I could do 75 miles on a bike in a year but definitely not in a day, at the sons urging I took his 10 speed out on a run - after 8 Texas blocks I thought I was going to die. Some guy came by in his truck and took me the 4 blocks to the house.
I bought my wife a bike. She put 75 feet on it in 12 years. Tires still have the little nibs on them.
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Hey slow down eh?

I've been gone four days and am ten pages behind.

Whadda bunch of chatterboxes.
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That will be a good night to take the camera outside and try to get some good night shots, I almost, almost ... wish I was back in MI getting ready for deer season, I mean bow season is open right now but you also spend this time getting ready for firearms season as well, starting Nov. 15th, its almost a dedicated holiday in MI, and a hunters moon means its bright enough to hunt by, you can never have to many of those, although it is illegal, to shoot after dark, but at least if you arent freezing you can see if what you are stalking is out there.

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^ they gave us a basket of baked chicken and fries and a big cup of grog. Sword fights and jousting and probably stuff I'm forgetting.
That sounds like a typical night at our house growing up, I was the youngest so I had to be qqqqwwweeekkkk.
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Yupper??? 28 and 77? Have you mutated to a different language?
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That sounds like a typical night at our house growing up, I was the youngest so I had to be qqqqwwweeekkkk.
You had baskets and cups?
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