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Old 11-26-2005, 01:22 PM   #1
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In August we had a rally at Meadows of Dan. During the rally we took a trip to the Snappy Lunch in Mount Airy (Mayberry)for their infamous pork chop sandwich. I can hardly finish one and I am a rather large fellow. I was talking with my cousin this past week and her husband has the record of six of them. I knew he had the record but thought it was four. He is not a very large fellow,I can't see how it can be done.
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In August we had a rally at Meadows of Dan. During the rally we took a trip to the Snappy Lunch in Mount Airy (Mayberry)for their infamous pork chop sandwich. I can hardly finish one and I am a rather large fellow. I was talking with my cousin this past week and her husband has the record of six of them. I knew he had the record but thought it was four. He is not a very large fellow,I can't see how it can be done.
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Old 11-26-2005, 03:58 PM   #3
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You address us with a very pertinent question.

Indeed, ... how can it be done ?!?

There is this small-framed guy who holds the U.S. record for hotdogs eaten, and he has held it for I believe two years running, and he is small and thin and eats prox 80 of them in 5 minutes !!!! They show that Competition on Saturday afternoon t.v. now and then, on the sports channel right after mud racing and tractor pulls. It don't get any better then that.

But, there is absolutely NO question that pork-chop sandwiches are a much more supreme taste then those hotdogs. They are a much superior B-B-Q food. I get hungry just sitting here thinking about them. Very hungry in fact.

Maybe you can post a picture of your cousin's husband holding his certificate sometime. He is obviously, and strongly, iRV2 material.!!
He is a good guy.

Thanks for bringing up this cool post,

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Old 11-26-2005, 05:05 PM   #4
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He eats them with all the fixings. As David Letterman says they are a meal in its self. If just pork chop and bread, it could be easily done. But these got a lot on them.
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Old 11-27-2005, 03:27 AM   #5
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Hey Diandtom,

Mount Airy (Mayberry) has been one of the things on my places to go list for a few years now, along with haveing a pork chop sandwich !! That was one of the reasons we wanted to make the Medows of Dan Rally!! Of course the most important reason would have been camping with a great group of folks!! Oh well maybe next camping season, or after I retire in 733 days !! Wow 733 days sounds better the two years for some reason, LOL!!
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Old 11-27-2005, 04:18 PM   #6
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Hi
You will get another chance in May 2006 the Dixie Region is going to have a Rally at the Meadows of Dan Campground about 30 Miles from Mayberry check it out. We will try to plan a trip down there
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