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Old 08-13-2016, 08:10 PM   #58241
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Hmm we will be there too.
Planning on the 15th ourselves. Hmmm. Is this coincidence?? Nah. The mutant universe at work!
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Old 08-13-2016, 08:12 PM   #58242
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I am here and setup. I guess I'm in the "mutant" area as I asked if others would be around me but they mentioned that at the moment, I'll be surrounded by others. Road 8, which is a right off of Road 7

Glad to hear you made it Papa Steve - Woot Woot!
Looks like a blue screen thing-y there that I may have seen before. Must be a familiar setup. 😊
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Old 08-13-2016, 08:15 PM   #58243
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Jim and Paula will be there on the 15th also. garsh.... had a major traffic jam
yesterday due to 2 big rigs crash and burn on I90. Took 5 hours to go 20 miles.

That was a long day. Made it safely tho. Carl, glad to see you're up here. See you Monday.

Steve, get well and back to rainbow land.

Be safe all.
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Old 08-13-2016, 08:54 PM   #58245
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I am here and setup. I guess I'm in the "mutant" area as I asked if others would be around me but they mentioned that at the moment, I'll be surrounded by others. Road 8, which is a right off of Road 7

Glad to hear you made it Papa Steve - Woot Woot!
We will be in Site # 233 tomorrow. We just got back for Union River Lobster Pot. Check my next post.
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Not a bad day..

Woke up in Ohio, lunched in New York and spending g the night at Wally World outside of Boston.

Within striking range of Lobster Fest 2016. Woot woot.
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Mary Ann and I got a head start of the consumption of wonderful lobster (just off the boat). MAW's was 1 1/2 lbs and mine was 1 3/4 lbs. We would highly recommend the Union River Lobster Pot in Ellsworth at 8 South Street. Just check the pics.


I know they're sideways. I'm a member of the iphone sideways club.
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Mary Ann and I got a head start of the consumption of wonderful lobster (just off the boat). MAW's was 1 1/2 lbs and mine was 1 3/4 lbs. We would highly recommend the Union River Lobster Pot in Ellsworth at 8 South Street. Just check the pics.


I know they're sideways. I'm a member of the iphone sideways club.
So the website indicates the lobstah are 1 1/4 to 5 lbs. But the price is Market... so what's the market say these days?

I know in another month the price should drop as the fall harvest is usually the best. At any price those looked delicious and worth every penny! We may not have made it but we knew it would be awesome when we planned it.
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So the website indicates the lobstah are 1 1/4 to 5 lbs. But the price is Market... so what's the market say these days?

I know in another month the price should drop as the fall harvest is usually the best. At any price those looked delicious and worth every penny! We may not have made it but we knew it would be awesome when we planned it.
Oh yeah, worth every penny and it was worth the wait. With 2 wonderful glasses of German Riesling, 2 cups of coffee, and the lobstah and sides it came to $89 + tip. Not our usual evening meal out of the rainbow, but the devil made us do it. Our conscience is clear.
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Oh yeah, worth every penny and it was worth the wait. With 2 wonderful glasses of German Riesling, 2 cups of coffee, and the lobstah and sides it came to $89 + tip. Not our usual evening meal out of the rainbow, but the devil made us do it. Our conscience is clear.
Steve - that's about what it is for the imitation version they sell at Red Lobster with a couple 1 1/4 pounders. You got a bargain. But the hunt for best value is on! Seek em out! Lol.
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Martin (driving right now) wants to know where you are & how far you plan to drive in a day. My tip is: don't stop at Enon Beach CG, Enon, Ohio. 😲

We have been avoiding tolls, so are slower than most, finding r o u g h, but beautiful roads & byways. Just now approaching the Atlantic coast to pick up US 1 for a whike. Eventually, we will be on I-95.

Drive well, be safe, see ya soon!
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