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Old 08-31-2016, 11:09 AM   #61
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Hey yall, he's not gonna budge. He won't even let me make him a cheeseburger... says he prefers Mickey D's.
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ha!! Noooo I wouldnt let you make me a BISON burger if I recall.. I prefer plain old regular hamburger...im not into "fashion meats..." thats where the Mickey D's came from lolol!..
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Old 09-01-2016, 12:24 AM   #62
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Hey DRedman, great to meet you today!

I passed along the above info to the Facebook group, too!

Our son will be 9 months and a little more durable then, I think we will be able to make it so long as the weather cooperates and we can get The Wolf Bus in great boondocking order.

Thanks again for the info!

-Kelsey, Justin and Theodore
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Old 09-01-2016, 06:34 AM   #63
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ha!! Noooo I wouldnt let you make me a BISON burger if I recall.. I prefer plain old regular hamburger...im not into "fashion meats..." thats where the Mickey D's came from lolol!..
I didn't realize eating good food had become fashionable.

The only gross meat I've ever had in burger form was elk. GROSS!
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Old 09-01-2016, 07:40 AM   #64
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I didn't realize eating good food had become fashionable.

The only gross meat I've ever had in burger form was elk. GROSS!

it seems to have... with all the supposed "foodies" out there.. certainly enough fluff-cable-TV shows about it.. come to think of it thats most TV..

Not having cable or sat TV when travelling for me is Not roughing it.. its a HALLELUJAH moment!!

that flatest route is just plain badass! gives me more confidence that driving my little bus across the south (from florida) is probably not the rockies i remember as a kid up north in colorado and utah...

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I didn't realize eating good food had become fashionable.

The only gross meat I've ever had in burger form was elk. GROSS!
What?!?! Sacrilege !!! I love good elk burger. My favorite meat overall is elk. I go elk hunting every fall. If you had bad elk it was probably not taken care of properly after the harvest.
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What?!?! Sacrilege !!! I love good elk burger. My favorite meat overall is elk. I go elk hunting every fall. If you had bad elk it was probably not taken care of properly after the harvest.
Maybe a rare 3/4 lb burger of elk isn't the way to get acquainted with the meat.
One more off topic rant- I don't at all watch television. Youtube is the closest thing to tv I'm guilty of.
I do love trying new and exciting meats. If that's fashionable, then I'm one hip dude.

If I can make it to this 'palooza, I'm gona make you all some chili. With some sort of meat that's STYLISH!
What yall think? Kangaroo is great, but I've been meaning to try out camel...
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Hey DRedman, great to meet you today!

I passed along the above info to the Facebook group, too!

Our son will be 9 months and a little more durable then, I think we will be able to make it so long as the weather cooperates and we can get The Wolf Bus in great boondocking order.

Thanks again for the info!

-Kelsey, Justin and Theodore
great to meet you folks too, I think you will have a great time, let me know if you need any help getting your rig ready, should be here in Fort Collins for a few more days.
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