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Old 01-04-2019, 08:22 PM   #80151
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Deep fried? That takes a lot of oil..... best to grill it...

I am sure you and Jim are correct...

I thought you fried everything... I guess I grew up in a carnival..
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Old 01-04-2019, 08:53 PM   #80152
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Thank you for the responses! Loved meeting those two ladies and our furry chaperones. I walked more than I usually do and the miles flew by as we talked. I am looking forward to meeting more of the Mutants!
Welcome Kytyn to our fun circle of friends. I'm Steve, RVM5. I'm known as PapaSteve. I hail from Indiana with my DW (darling wife) but we spend winters in Florida (east of Tampa Bay).

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Old 01-04-2019, 09:14 PM   #80153
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Hello Muties!
Hope the New Year is treating you all well so far!
Welcome welcome Kytyn to Mutantdom!!! I am RVM #172.....keeping with tradition, you have clean up duties. Mop & bucket please.
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Old 01-04-2019, 09:23 PM   #80154
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I am looking forward to meeting up and putting names/numbers and faces together. I will do my best to make my fellow Mutants proud in the face of initiation rites.

As to the menu, sounds like a great start - adding perhaps some grilled quail’s plume, desert stone soup and some prickly pear jelly on the side.

Catnip? <perk>

Friendly virtual hugs to all.

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Old 01-04-2019, 10:07 PM   #80155
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No barbecued iguana? (close enough to the border to hear Mexican radio)

Hi I'm the 'other Dave' full timing with my wife Carol and our foul tempered doggo Hershey. Welcome to the looney bin...the new person gets passed down the (virtual) broom & dustpan (although with his group I still maintain you need a shovel...) Wayne will offer you his theme song, accept it if you dare.
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Old 01-04-2019, 10:08 PM   #80156
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Welcome Kytyn! AKA # 172... Tell us more about yourself... Inquiring minds wanna know...LOL! I'm Marty, and Live in Kansas, but do my best to get out and about some every year... been to Texas a couple times to party with muteys, Utah, Oregon, and oh yes... Arkansas... Even been places where I didn't spy any muteys... like Yellowstone...and Devil's Tower where my spousal unit flew his powered parachute around the tower...
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Old 01-04-2019, 10:36 PM   #80157
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Howdy Kytyn, glad you found the group and had a chance to meet up with some of us already. I'm CCarl and live with two birds, Mac and Boko. Mac likes to chase kitties and it's fun to watch them run away

Would be nice if you could make it to the GC in April, you'll get to meet a bunch of us!
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Old 01-04-2019, 10:58 PM   #80158
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Welcome Kytyn, RVM#182.

I'm Wayne, and DW is Earlene. I'm the nice, good looking, slimmer than some, and very lovable one of this group. Drop me an email by the group email system and ask for my theme song. Everyone loves it, and me.
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Old 01-04-2019, 11:00 PM   #80159
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Hey travelers to the area. There is an new RV park called "Undercover R.V. Park and it is in San Leon. TX. I posted some info on it in This thread
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I am looking forward to meeting up and putting names/numbers and faces together. I will do my best to make my fellow Mutants proud in the face of initiation rites.

As to the menu, sounds like a great start - adding perhaps some grilled quail’s plume, desert stone soup and some prickly pear jelly on the side.

Catnip? <perk>

Friendly virtual hugs to all.

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Old 01-05-2019, 04:40 AM   #80161
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I am looking forward to meeting up and putting names/numbers and faces together. I will do my best to make my fellow Mutants proud in the face of initiation rites.

As to the menu, sounds like a great start - adding perhaps some grilled quail’s plume, desert stone soup and some prickly pear jelly on the side.

Catnip? <perk>

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Yummy!!!

Now you're talking "Mutant Pot Luck" - Always more than we can eat...


The Iguana sounds good too...
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I am sure you and Jim are correct...



I thought you fried everything... I guess I grew up in a carnival..


Lol...... in the old days oil was expensive, so panfried had to suffice, unless it was for a big gathering...... but then it smelled up the house, so baked was the alternative method.....
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Lol...... in the old days oil was expensive, so panfried had to suffice, unless it was for a big gathering...... but then it smelled up the house, so baked was the alternative method.....

Am I too Mutant to wonder about those carnival "Fried Foods"?

I sure understand about fried twinkies, etc, etc...

HOWEVER! I saw a sign about "Fried Coke"... How is the possible???

Inquiring on the internet, I finally found out how you can do this:

Fried coke is a quirky fried treat that may displace funnel cakes at state and county fairs. It’s deep-fried balls of batter that have been flavored with coke.

So, we gotta add this to the menu...
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Am I too Mutant to wonder about those carnival "Fried Foods"?

I sure understand about fried twinkies, etc, etc...

HOWEVER! I saw a sign about "Fried Coke"... How is the possible???

Inquiring on the internet, I finally found out how you can do this:

Fried coke is a quirky fried treat that may displace funnel cakes at state and county fairs. It’s deep-fried balls of batter that have been flavored with coke.

So, we gotta add this to the menu...
Deep fried coke? Sounds delicious. Yeah, not so much into the deep fried weirdnesses though, especially - like deep fried butter. Ewwwwww
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