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    Quote Originally Posted by Crothcipt View Post
    When I first read the title I was thinking you were doing the American Royal. Were in K.c. are you at? (wow speak english much?)
    A burb called Merriam, on the KS side. You know the area at all?

    My first time in Kansas.....and i cant find that girl or her little dog...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinob1 View Post
    It's my wife's and I pipe-dream to have a nice RV or 5th wheeler. We like to camp and have a 1979 Starcraft pop-up, (family owned and been passed down, now we have it), that's on it's last leg, but works okay for camping.

    I have to say though campfire cooking is just awesome. I don't know what it is about it, but I just feel like everything tastes better when you're outside on a nice day eating campfire cooked food.
    Totally agree. I lived out of the RV while working for most of 2009 & 2010. I used to travel 45+ weeks per year and it beat the hell out of yet anothe hotel room...have my kitchen, grill and dog (that list is not a progression).
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    You are really roughing it there.

    Sorry......you already know your not roughing it.
    I should read more thoroughly sometimes.
    Last edited by Hattorichop; 09-21-2012 at 11:12 AM. Reason: Just noticed you are already aware you are not roughing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwiefel View Post
    A burb called Merriam, on the KS side. You know the area at all?

    My first time in Kansas.....and i cant find that girl or her little dog...
    Yep used to live in Merriam. Altho, the apartment building I stayed in across the 7-11 is now a shopping mall. It was condemned before 2000. Enjoy your stay. That is a good area of K.C..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crothcipt View Post
    Yep used to live in Merriam. Altho, the apartment building I stayed in across the 7-11 is now a shopping mall. It was condemned before 2000. Enjoy your stay. That is a good area of K.C..
    We really enjoyed it...very close to lots of stuff, but also quiet, nice little park...we will definitely be going back to the area. We are thinking of spending the summer on the road next year...gradually wind out way from Little Rock up to Seattle and back. maybe take a month in each direction and spend a month there. Thinking about going through KC and spending a week or so there.

    Need to find out who all is between here and Seattle and see who I can connect with along the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Korin_Mari View Post
    That bacon... Looks fantastic.
    It's fabulous Mari! pretty thick-cut, very heavily coated with black pepper, good balance of fat to meat....OK, I'm back now, hope I didn't drool while I daydreamed...

    Here's the product:

    http://www.petitjeanmeats.com/Pepper...roductinfo/45/

    Local product in central arkansas...little history about Mt. Petit Jean for which this product is named:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petit_Jean
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwiefel View Post
    It's fabulous Mari! pretty thick-cut, very heavily coated with black pepper, good balance of fat to meat....OK, I'm back now, hope I didn't drool while I daydreamed...

    Here's the product:

    http://www.petitjeanmeats.com/Pepper...roductinfo/45/

    Local product in central arkansas...little history about Mt. Petit Jean for which this product is named:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petit_Jean
    !! Oh man... I have to order this now. I have a friend who LOVES bacon (as do I) and his birthday is coming up.

    Thanks for linking!

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