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Old 01-05-2014, 01:47 AM   #1
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Dinner with friends

Last night we had dinner with Paul and Jan Kelpe and George and Rosetta. We went to a "southern cuisine" buffet. I must say that P and J seemed to really enjoy themselves. Someone even tried some new things. I'll let them explain that if they wish. It was a good time with a lot of nice people.
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Very nice for all of you. Southern hospitality at its best!
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Very nice for all of you. Southern hospitality at its best!
Hi Chris,
Those new things tried did not include SG. LOL!
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Yes we did have a very nice time and we took advantage of a site to stay at at the camping world that Larry has offered to MOC members. Thanks again to Larry. By the way if you need new or used Montanas they have a bunch there. I think I counted 15 preowned.

yes there were food that I had not tasted before. the problem (or good thing) is that there were no labels on the food. Rosetta said that you are a true southerner if you eat Chitlins.
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Rosetta said that you are a true southerner if you eat Chitlins.
I guess that means that any hopes I had of being a true southerner are now officially kaput! I would not touch those innards with a 10 foot fork!
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Yes we did have a very nice time and we took advantage of a site to stay at at the camping world that Larry has offered to MOC members. Thanks again to Larry. By the way if you need new or used Montanas they have a bunch there. I think I counted 15 preowned.

yes there were food that I had not tasted before. the problem (or good thing) is that there were no labels on the food. Rosetta said that you are a true southerner if you eat Chitlins.
As I told Chris, it was not Slumgully. LOL!!
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Rosetta said that you are a true southerner if you eat Chitlins.
I guess that means that any hopes I had of being a true southerner are now officially kaput! I would not touch those innards with a 10 foot fork!
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I heard that to be a true West Virginian, you must eat Chitlins
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Guess I will never be a West Virginian either then. That chitlin thing is NOT going to happen!! Good thing I was born in Germany!!
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I must be a true Southerner. I love them with a little hot sauce. However, I can't say the same for the DW
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