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Old 03-13-2014, 07:50 PM   #12545
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There is a long work table/buffe table at the pavilion and many picnic tables but if we are forced to move any events coach side extra tables might be nice. They may be difficult to travel with.
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Old 03-13-2014, 07:54 PM   #12546
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Now that right there is funny .... I don't care who you are ......

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Old 03-13-2014, 08:02 PM   #12547
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We will be in Arkansas. This may be an easy alternative?

Could pick one or two up at the Piggly Wiggly?

WELL IM HIGHLY OFFENDED.

In Arkansas we don't THINK Piggly Wiggly!
We Think WAL-MART! lol
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Old 03-13-2014, 08:09 PM   #12548
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WELL IM HIGHLY OFFENDED.

In Arkansas we don't THINK Piggly Wiggly!
We Think WAL-MART! lol
Sorry Tim.... No offense intended. Was thinking Piggly Wiggly so as to not get it confused with my TN Walmart one because my Save a Lot one has a bad wheel and will stay home.
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Hey Tim!

Those of us with Jeeps can just lasso the tables and drag em where we need em .... yes .....?

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Jeff at the moment I'm without a Jeep, did make a financial commitment on one today! $2.00 Mega Million finance company! I should have that baby in my garage in no time, you know I'm about due!
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Sorry Tim.... No offense intended. Was thinking Piggly Wiggly so as to not get it confused with my TN Walmart one because my Save a Lot one has a bad wheel and will stay home.
Maybe it isnt common knowledge that Arkansas us the home of WalMart ........ Not sure there are any PigglyWiggly anymore.... Wasnt that started in TN? Was thinking that It started them in Memphis... Had to go look see

Piggly Wiggly® "Firsts"

Piggly Wiggly's introduction of self-service grocery shopping truly revolutionized the grocery industry. In fact, many of the conveniences and services that American shoppers now enjoy were introduced first by Piggly Wiggly®.

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provide checkout stands.
price mark every item in the store.
give shoppers more for their food dollar through high volume/low profit margin retailing.
feature a full line of nationally advertised brands.
use refrigerated cases to keep produce fresher longer.
put employees in uniforms for cleaner, more sanitary food handling.
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And yes there are some here too....... Think if grocery carts as a rv, Can ride in it, seen homeless with them, and now they are a stove. Truthfully i always wanted to own one.....
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We have 2 Coleman Roadtrip grills. 1 stays on the bus and I can easily make room for the 2nd. Also have a Coleman 2 burner stove and 2 Nuwave cooktops. Also a 4' and 6' table.
Our little gas grill doesn't know beyond medium rare except on the rare occasion, but will happily take care of a few chunks of meat (or veggies,even!) We also have a 2-"burner" induction cooktop which is meant to be portable. There's also a folding table (5', I think) we could haul along easily.

Ah, spring, when mutants' minds turn to curiosities of the grande and farfetched kind! Gotta be lovin' it!

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Jeff at the moment I'm without a Jeep, did make a financial commitment on one today! $2.00 Mega Million finance company! I should have that baby in my garage in no time, you know I'm about due!
Yay for you. Rubicon? Wrangler?

Our Cherokee is supposedly scheduled, and Martin is keeping track of its "progress", which seems glacial to us. Hope to have it and be Toadworthy before mid-April...but no promises.

We'd be glad to lasso tables with ye. Is there a roping contest on???
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Diane, my first memory of going to a supermarket was to the Piggly Wiggly store in Lubbock, TX in 1958. It sure brings back thoughts of times when I was young and innocent. I remember going with my Dad there to pay his poll tax, which was later declared unconstitutional. We've seen a lot of changes to this world since then.
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Our little gas grill doesn't know beyond medium rare except on the rare occasion, but will happily take care of a few chunks of meat (or veggies,even!) We also have a 2-"burner" induction cooktop which is meant to be portable. There's also a folding table (5', I think) we could haul along easily. Ah, spring, when mutants' minds turn to curiosities of the grande and farfetched kind! Gotta be lovin' it! Cheers!
Ditto Sue! We too have a grill and two portable induction cook tops. As shown by Steve there will be no need for prep or serving tables because the one at the Pavillion is at least 25-30 feet long.
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Ditto Sue! We too have a grill and two portable induction cook tops. As shown by Steve there will be no need for prep or serving tables because the one at the Pavillion is at least 25-30 feet long.
Yebbut...I'm not haulin' that puppy around rigside! Tickles me there are sinks in it, though. How handy is that!!!

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Diane, my first memory of going to a supermarket was to the Piggly Wiggly store in Lubbock, TX in 1958. It sure brings back thoughts of times when I was young and innocent. I remember going with my Dad there to pay his poll tax, which was later declared unconstitutional. We've seen a lot of changes to this world since then.
Barb does that mean your now old and "not" innocent? Lol
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