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Old 07-13-2014, 06:44 PM   #21
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This thread is awesome! Please keep the pictures coming.
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We just got back from Maine. Stayed at Old Orchard beach CG (found a dog friendly beach in Saco) and Shore Hills CG in Booth Bay. Both excellent campgrounds. We had lobster most nights. relatively cheap for the soft shells. I finally had my 3+ pound lobster and it was great!!!!!
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We just got back from Maine. Stayed at Old Orchard beach CG (found a dog friendly beach in Saco) and Shore Hills CG in Booth Bay. Both excellent campgrounds. We had lobster most nights. relatively cheap for the soft shells. I finally had my 3+ pound lobster and it was great!!!!!
Just saw a program on TV about a restaurant in Rhode Island - Called the Nordic Lodge. $92.00 Per Person gives you total access for 2 hours to the most elaborate seafood buffet I've ever seen - includes as many whole Maine Lobsters you can eat !!! The whole lobster slapped on your plate - when you're done, go back for more - as well as other wonderful seafood... (Lobster Mac/Cheese) ** Apparently they feel that some folks need a time limit - I think I could do myself in, in much less than 2 hours !!!

I live in Idaho, but Rhode Island is calling !!!!!
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Good God! No wonder y'all are having tire problems. $92.00 for a meal for one. LOL
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Steamed crabs, raw oysters and a cold Natti Bow - can't get more Baltimore than that.
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That seafood stuff looks nice and all, but down here in Indiana and Kentucky.....

Just give us some ribs and Bar-B-Que and we're happy campers!!!
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That seafood stuff looks nice and all, but down here in Indiana and Kentucky.....

Just give us some ribs and Bar-B-Que and we're happy campers!!!
The ribs and BBQ is happening this Friday some nice meaty baby backs.
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Steamed crabs, raw oysters and a cold Natti Bow - can't get more Baltimore than that.
Natti Bows! I forgot about those. I may have had one or two during my Baltimore years.

Now if you really want to get fancy you can also throw in a soft shell crab sandwich. First time I had one of those at Lexington Market, I was a little surprised. I was startled to see legs and claws hanging off the edge of the sandwich so I picked up the top slice of Wonder Bread and there was the fully intact crab (sans guts), just sitting there on the bread. But it was delicious and I was hooked.
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Ahh, Lex Market. Used to get the shoes shined there after work, can't remember his name but I'm pretty sure he has been dead for some time. Good guy. But then I'd shop for crabcakes or whatever looked good and head for home. Good times.
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