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Old 08-14-2017, 10:50 AM   #11
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It's a Cornish meat pie, usually made with diced (not ground) beef, potatoes, rutabaga, onion, spices and baked until "golden brown". Often served "plain" some prefer catsup, others like a rich brown gravy. I like mine with a good 1/4 sliced dill pickle and chocolate milk.
Thanks John - after I posted, I looked them up on Google. Definitely some comfort food there! Might be something the DW can freeze for an easy travel meal.
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Old 08-14-2017, 02:37 PM   #12
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The one was a breakfast pastie. Hmm, no gravy? Michigan is a beautiful state. Would be a nice place to retire.

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Old 08-14-2017, 02:44 PM   #13
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Now I'm hungry for Pasties! Lol

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Old 08-14-2017, 03:29 PM   #14
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The one was a breakfast pastie. Hmm, no gravy? Michigan is a beautiful state. Would be a nice place to retire.

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I'd suppose a breakfast pastie is a "marketing tool" for some restaurants. It's not the "original" as you can now attest to. LOL But, if it's good, no matter what you call it, "chow down" !!!

Michigan is a pretty good place to live. When we retired I "fought my DW" tooth and nail about staying in Louisiana. She eventually won and we built a new house up here. My biggest concern was the hunting and fishing I'd miss. Well, we really do more fishing and hunting here than in Louisiana. I've got deer, bear, turkey, grouse, squirrel and rabbits "right out the back door"...

As for "deep sea fishing" we're going on a Lake Michigan salmon/trout charter tomorrow out of Petoskey. It's a 43' charter "open sport fishing boat" so honestly, it's bigger than most of the deep sea boats we fished in the Gulf of Mexico. Today the boat charter "limited out on King Salmon and Lake Trout. 4 people on the charter and 20 fish. The smallest was 12 pounds with a couple over 20. As far as I'm concerned, it may not be snapper, tuna or redfish, but it's still "crankin' em in"....

Summers are fantastic, winters (if you have the toys) are also fantastic. We bought the fifth wheel to go south in the winter, but honestly, between snowshoeing, cross country skiing, ice fishing, snowmobiling and hunting, we've been too busy enjoying the winter to go south except for the first year we had the Cougar. This year, if we don't get lots of snow, we'll probably head to Florida, but if it's "good snowmobiling" we'll be too busy travelling around on those to take time to go south. Some people like motorcycles, we've grown into snowmobiles, travel across the state, tour along the Great Lakes and at times we can go all day long without seeing another human. Really gives us the opportunity to "commune with nature"....

I'd never admit it to my DW, but I'm kind of glad she "won the argument" about where to retire......
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Old 08-14-2017, 04:40 PM   #15
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That confirms what our eyes were seeing. We're talking about it for sure.

We went through Petoskey today on our way to Traverse City. What a nice area. Quaint town too. Have a great time fishing. Limit out yourself!

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Headed up next tuesday to GermFask in the U.P to do some camping on the Manistique River at Northland outfitters.Will be passing Lehtos on the way and will be stopping to buy some for the trip. Also will be going to the Garlyn Zoo east of Naubenway, off US 2. Great Zoo and full of native Michigan animals and other strange things from arounf the country. LOve checking out the Wolves!!!! Will post some pictures of our trip..First time pulling my Hideout across the bridge.. born and raised in the Great State of Michigan..

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We lived in Gwinn for about 5 years and tried to get down to visit with the DW's family about one weekend a month. That's a bunch of trips across the bridge. We "changed up" the drive by going 77 through Germfask/Blaney Park, then next time through Engadine on 117. Then, in the summer we'd take 123 through Ozark and up to 28, but that was always a "LONG TRIP" through the Seney Stretch.... We never tried that route in the winter and stayed on US2 along the "banana belt" to Escanaba and up 35 to Gwinn. Less snow that way. On occasion along US28 along Lake Superior from Newberry to Munising and then from Munising into Marquette, there would be 10' of snow on the shoulders and 1-2 feet of fresh powder on the road. Even following the snow plow was never a guarantee of "easy driving".

Enjoy your trip, that part of the UP is always nice in August/September. Safe travels.
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Old 08-15-2017, 06:29 AM   #18
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That confirms what our eyes were seeing. We're talking about it for sure.

We went through Petoskey today on our way to Traverse City. What a nice area. Quaint town too. Have a great time fishing. Limit out yourself!

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If you think Petoskey is quaint now you should've seen it years ago. Friends who are native to the area are upset over the way their town has changed for the worse. Bigger isn't always better
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Ketchup on pasty would be akin to steak sauce on Kobi beef.
If this falls in anyone's travels I would highly recommend Joe's Pasties in Rhinelander, WI. These people even render their own lard for the crust.
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Ketchup on pasty would be akin to steak sauce on Kobi beef.
If this falls in anyone's travels I would highly recommend Joe's Pasties in Rhinelander, WI. These people even render their own lard for the crust.

That northern part of WI is like the likens of the UP of Michigan, so it doesnt surprise me that the Pasties are top notch!!
Pass the ketcup so i can throw it out the window!!!!

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