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Old 04-11-2017, 01:05 PM   #65675
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We moved again yesterday, back to Tropical Palms in Kissimmee, they give you 2 nights at 50% for passport America. ......
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The only scarry part, we will be at Lazy Days for 3 days, and I hear that all the RVS are open to walk through. Wish me luck.
Passport America works quite well when it's available. I'm pleased we joined.

The park we're heading for next offers 3 nights at the PA 50% rate, the same for Escapees, then 2 nights at 25% off for FMCA members. Good Sam is 10% any number of nights. The park is allowing us to take the discounts sequentially. Not bad, eh?
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Old 04-11-2017, 01:34 PM   #65677
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Made arrangements for the dual panes to be pulled and repaired on Tuesday.

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It's Taco Tuesday at the Cool Water Cafè. Soft flour tortillas, a surprise, but still tasty and generous.

Italian Thursdays alternate between lasagna & spaghetti. Debbie is a good cook (cg & café owner), so I'm liiking forward to her lasagna. Coming soon to a café near us!

Y'all should be here.
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It's Taco Tuesday at the Cool Water Cafè. Soft flour tortillas, a surprise, but still tasty and generous.

Italian Thursdays alternate between lasagna & spaghetti. Debbie is a good cook (cg & café owner), so I'm liiking forward to her lasagna. Coming soon to a café near us!

Y'all should be here.
Taco Tuesday was pretty common in Dallas - but one thing I like about AZ winter is Fish Fry Friday!
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Old 04-11-2017, 03:25 PM   #65680
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Taco Tuesday was pretty common in Dallas - but one thing I like about AZ winter is Fish Fry Friday!
Just where do those fish come from in AZ? Hmmmm....

I guess I jumped the gun for Taco Tuesday when I had Grouper Tacos the other day out on Sanibel Island
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Just where do those fish come from in AZ? Hmmmm....

I guess I jumped the gun for Taco Tuesday when I had Grouper Tacos the other day out on Sanibel Island
The other day it was Walleye - which I love. Not sure where it's from. And I'm a bit like Martin - if they have a decent fish and chips - sign me up. Haddock and Cod are kinda the grouper for that. And by that I mean - I have a hard time not ordering grouper in Fl. Lol. But anytime on any coast - it's a tough decision cause clams, oysters, crabs, shrimp, scallops - are my true weakness. Oh and sushi of course!
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Just where do those fish come from in AZ? Hmmmm....

I guess I jumped the gun for Taco Tuesday when I had Grouper Tacos the other day out on Sanibel Island
Back down in Maricopa/Casa Grande area, they get a lot of fish from the Baja Cal. waters. Good stuff, but a surprise.
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Back down in Maricopa/Casa Grande area, they get a lot of fish from the Baja Cal. waters. Good stuff, but a surprise.
Indeed - the sushi bar we met at was very good! It's funny. Fish fly a lot. And not just flying fish. I read an article once about the amount of seafood that passes through DFW airport. Unbelievable the nuber of frequent flyer miles fish have.
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Barb when will Sena be eligible for training???
Just as soon as her legs grow long enough to reach the pedals or I have our Moho outfitted with hand controls. Can you imagine all the accidents she would cause when other drivers see an 8 pound monkey driving a 25' Moho pulling a Smart Car?
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Indeed - the sushi bar we met at was very good! It's funny. Fish fly a lot. And not just flying fish. I read an article once about the amount of seafood that passes through DFW airport. Unbelievable the nuber of frequent flyer miles fish have.
Too bad the diners can't collect on those frequent flier miles. Some of you sushi lovers would earn several trips a year.
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Old 04-11-2017, 05:47 PM   #65686
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Back down in Maricopa/Casa Grande area, they get a lot of fish from the Baja Cal. waters. Good stuff, but a surprise.
When we were in Baha Kino the fish could be purchased fresh right out of the live tanks aboard the fishing boats. Same sea but about 190 SSE of Puerto Penasco where the Yuma area fish come from.
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Thanks for the update...

When you are relieved from your obligations as grandparent & ranch hand, give us a call... We want you to join us at our favorite fishin' hole... The fish there are so thoughtful, they jump right out of the lake, into the cooker & onto your plate, ready to be eaten...

Now you decide if that is a "Fish Tale" or true..
Sounds like a plan!
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