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Postby LT Blue Colt » Mon May 30, 2005 8:18 am

A couple things about Northern Michigan if any body cares are:

You can definitly tell one of us Michiganders when we raise our hand up to show you where we live.

Anybody ever have Faygo pop? They've made some crazy flavors in the past, like Pizza and Chocolate cake.

You guys ever see a pudding stone or petoskey stone?
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Ever have Mackinac Island fudge? And anybody who comes up here to get some we call fudgies. And every once in awhile we get a couple FIB's around here.

Morel mushrooms? This one I'm real curious about. Anyone else got 'em or ever had them?

And last but not least, who's had a change to come check out the Great Lakes, especially Superior, it's by far the most beautiful.
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Postby 34=Sweetness » Mon May 30, 2005 8:22 am

Thanks for the ridiciulous screen stretch there, MTR :-b
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Postby footballfreak449 » Mon May 30, 2005 9:37 am

34=Sweetness wrote:Thanks for the ridiciulous screen stretch there, MTR :-b


It took me like 5 mins to scroll all the way over on my little 12 in screen...
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Re: Your Native State

Postby Tiki » Mon May 30, 2005 12:37 pm

PackerAttack84 wrote:I just thought of this, with the whole Soda, Pop, Coke debate. I am from Wisconsin so obviously we have different things then people down in Texas. Although we all live in the same country, things can be so much different by just traveling a few hundred miles.

How many of you have had brats, and did you like them?

Have any of you heard of a pop called "Sun Drop"? It's similar to Mountain Dew.

Has anybody here been to the Wisconsin Dells?

You all probably have a Dairy Queen somewhere near you, but are there any places that serve custard? Like you remember my thread about Culver's, they serve custard and it's way better then DQ. What do you think of it?

How big is milk around you, at the dinner table is it what you always drink? The milk I drink says on the top "Not For Sale In Illinois." I pretty much have milk with every meal, even at school.

And this is a question for you to tell me, I have heard of Chick-fil-a, but what is it?
I have had brats and they are decent, I have had Sun drop meh meh, I have been to wisconsin Dells pretty tight, I have had custard at DQ and other places..I am not a huge fan of milk tho ;-D
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Postby Flockers » Mon May 30, 2005 12:49 pm

I love bratwurst.

Sun Drop sounds framiliar... :-?

I go to the Dells every summer with my family.

Culver's is the best fast-food ever. Frozen custard rocks the kazbaa.

I love milk, I drink it at breakfast lunch and dinner.

I've heard of Chik-Fil-A, but I don't think I've been there before. I ate at a chicken fast food place is Nebraska last summer, but I forgot what it was called.
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Postby Goatwhacker » Mon May 30, 2005 1:50 pm

LT Blue Colt wrote:
Morel mushrooms? This one I'm real curious about. Anyone else got 'em or ever had them?


Morels are really popular here in Eastern Iowa. I know several people who go looking for them. Never tried them, though, I don't care for mushrooms.
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Postby Flockers » Tue May 31, 2005 3:12 pm

Goatwhacker wrote:
LT Blue Colt wrote:
Morel mushrooms? This one I'm real curious about. Anyone else got 'em or ever had them?


Morels are really popular here in Eastern Iowa. I know several people who go looking for them. Never tried them, though, I don't care for mushrooms.


Yeah, morels are mushrooms that kind of remind me of pine cones. They only can be found for like a week after the first spring rain. They are like $50 a pund too. They grow in the field by my grandparent's field on their farm. We go and pick them and sell them to the supermarket in town.

We made like $1,200 last year off of them.
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Postby ljthockey » Tue May 31, 2005 3:21 pm

Gunslinger wrote:College football - you haven't TRULY experienced college


I dont know man I currently live in Nebraska and we might give you a run for your money on that one. Everything here is NU this NU that for god sakes when the huskers decided to put a stripe donw there pants I swear to god It was on the front page of the paper.

I hate the huskers :-P
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Postby 34=Sweetness » Tue May 31, 2005 5:12 pm

Flockers wrote:
Goatwhacker wrote:
LT Blue Colt wrote:
Morel mushrooms? This one I'm real curious about. Anyone else got 'em or ever had them?


Morels are really popular here in Eastern Iowa. I know several people who go looking for them. Never tried them, though, I don't care for mushrooms.


Yeah, morels are mushrooms that kind of remind me of pine cones. They only can be found for like a week after the first spring rain. They are like $50 a pund too. They grow in the field by my grandparent's field on their farm. We go and pick them and sell them to the supermarket in town.

We made like $1,200 last year off of them.

Whoa, are they like special mushrooms? Is that why they sell so high?
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Postby Flockers » Tue May 31, 2005 5:59 pm

34=Sweetness wrote:
Flockers wrote:
Goatwhacker wrote:
LT Blue Colt wrote:
Morel mushrooms? This one I'm real curious about. Anyone else got 'em or ever had them?


Morels are really popular here in Eastern Iowa. I know several people who go looking for them. Never tried them, though, I don't care for mushrooms.


Yeah, morels are mushrooms that kind of remind me of pine cones. They only can be found for like a week after the first spring rain. They are like $50 a pund too. They grow in the field by my grandparent's field on their farm. We go and pick them and sell them to the supermarket in town.

We made like $1,200 last year off of them.

Whoa, are they like special mushrooms? Is that why they sell so high?


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Basically, I tried a quick Google search, but couldnt find a site that said what they were and how long they grow for.
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