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32305It's cold and lonely out there. LOL Bobrobert b furman-October 12
32304Below is how Canadians are taught to fish. Kinda curious what sort of bait they Jeffrey S. Mitchell1October 12
32303I usually go fishing in early June in Minnesota for walleye, perch and blue gillrobert b furman-October 12
32302Unfortunately, I detest most fish... I eat breaded/fried filet of flounder, breaEL KABONG!!!-October 12
32301I love a Friday night fish fry. Used to always go for the perch as it was tradirobert b furman1October 12
32300The only Canadian dishes I've ever seen in restaurants here in the USA is poEL KABONG!!!2October 12
32299Yes, and when I suggested a chain of restaurants themed with Canadian dishes I mJeffrey S. Mitchell-October 12
32298when I posted re Canadian rests, I meant Canadian rests IN THE USA or any other vireya-October 12
32297"Canadian Food Near Me" brought up no truly qualifying restaurants. ThJeffrey S. Mitchell1October 12
32296Ive seen Irish restaurants You spelled "pubs" wrongPineValley-October 12
32295[graphic] Poutini's House of Poutine Toronto, Canadagreg s2October 12
32294Ive seen Irish restaurants Ive seen French restaurants Ive seen Japanese, Chinvireya-October 12
32293Thanks. And knowing what I know now, we'd celebrate by eating a variety of nJeffrey S. Mitchell-October 11
32292Hmmm... Columbus Day... Mitchell Day... Yeah, has a certain cachet to it... EK!EL KABONG!!!-October 11
32291So that explains why my bank was closed today anyhow.DaYooper-October 11
32290Fewer people still recognize that May 12, 1974, when I was just 14, is the day IJeffrey S. Mitchell1October 11
32289A lot of people that live here don't realize it either!Jerry Held1October 11
32288I had no idea it was Columbus Day in the USA. Happy Columbus day. [graphic]SI Ron (Crazy Soup Man)7October 11
32287[graphic]Glenn Petersen4October 11
32286Thanksgiving 2021 (Canada Monday Oct 11 2021) [graphic]SI Ron (Crazy Soup Man)4October 8
32285love that coffee cup I drink coffee have nuthin to put it in, hint hintvireya2October 2
32284lolSI Ron (Crazy Soup Man)-October 2
32283Hmm... I like that. Looks very masculine... I might do something similar with anEL KABONG!!!1October 2
32282Its 100 % aluminum and anodized black.SI Ron (Crazy Soup Man)-October 2
32281Repurposing is always good! Bobrobert b furman1October 2
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