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Old 06-14-2016, 07:40 PM   #55861
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And y'all forgot conversion bus. And a pain in the but that fixes things. Lol
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Shame... You shouldnt call Larry a pib...... Smile



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Can anyone guess who the first Mutant scheduled to witness their first meeting happens to be? Moi! Lots of pics will be taken as proof.
Are you talking about Dennis, Denise, Earlene and I? Does Tucson count?

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So true Jeff. More than ever I hate being in large crowds!

So before attending any future GCs, Mini's or Midi's would all you mutant please slim down some.
Couldn't resist the pun.
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And no man bun hair so far. I expect Wayne to be first.

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Rained this morning. Smash and stash in the wet grass... oh the humanity.
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Ohms to yer nose. I'd say "Break a leg" but it's the wrong geography.
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I just hope we recognize him with that new nose and all.

Been researching things to see along way to PEI. Looks like I need 6-8 weeks to even scratch the surface of what great sights our northern neighbors have to offer.

Haven't even started looking at PEI or NB yet, Dave I'll be looking to you on suggestions!

Dave I posted some time back and never got an answer so are Lobstahs something we could purchase from the docks cheap and boil ourselfs? Was trying to decide if I need to bring my large boiling pot and burner. I'm opting to leave the Dutch ovens at home to conserve weight. If there are plenty of good cheap places to eat I can leave the boiler home too.
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Been researching things to see along way to PEI. Looks like I need 6-8 weeks to even scratch the surface of what great sights our northern neighbors have to offer.



Haven't even started looking at PEI or NB yet, Dave I'll be looking to you on suggestions!



Dave I posted some time back and never got an answer so are Lobstahs something we could purchase from the docks cheap and boil ourselfs? Was trying to decide if I need to bring my large boiling pot and burner. I'm opting to leave the Dutch ovens at home to conserve weight. If there are plenty of good cheap places to eat I can leave the boiler home too.

Hey Tim. As we discussed on the phone, there will be no problem finding things to see and do in PEI and Saint Andrews. The lobsteers can be boiled in any dutch oven, multiple if required.
Here are some links to past trips to give a look at Saint Andrews, muck raking clams, and my fav place: Scoodic Point near Bah Hawbah.

http://davenola.blogspot.com/2014/04...-2013.html?m=1

http://davenola.blogspot.com/2012/08...on-me.html?m=1

http://davenola.blogspot.com/2012/08...asure.html?m=1






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I just hope we recognize him with that new nose and all.

Been researching things to see along way to PEI. Looks like I need 6-8 weeks to even scratch the surface of what great sights our northern neighbors have to offer.

Haven't even started looking at PEI or NB yet, Dave I'll be looking to you on suggestions!

Dave I posted some time back and never got an answer so are Lobstahs something we could purchase from the docks cheap and boil ourselfs? Was trying to decide if I need to bring my large boiling pot and burner. I'm opting to leave the Dutch ovens at home to conserve weight. If there are plenty of good cheap places to eat I can leave the boiler home too.
That's how I've seen them cooked for the most part - very large boiling pot and a burner capable of boiling them little suckers to perfection!
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That's how I've seen them cooked for the most part - very large boiling pot and a burner capable of boiling them little suckers to perfection!
When we go crabbing we take along a huge aluminium pot (20 gallon??) and a cast iron propane burner. Keeps the water boiling real well for cooking those delicacies.
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