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Old 04-09-2022, 05:53 PM   #41
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I'll just say this, if you want to see absolute rip-roaring laughter take a Marylander out of the state and to a resturant with "Maryland Crab Cakes" on the menu.
Everyone's taste is different, but I wasn't blown away by Marylands crab cakes. Betty loves crab cakes and will order them if they're on the menu. If my memory serves me, we ate crab cakes around Oxford and Easton, and somewhere on the west side of the bay.
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Old 04-09-2022, 06:21 PM   #42
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Yeah, "taste" in food is like taste in trucks. We come to FL and ain't no one gonna have real Mex food or eat hot food. The jalapenos here are just little bell peppers. Bought a package of the hottest thing I could find at the store, "hot" serrano peppers; you can eat them literally like a bell pepper. Made a pot of posole stew and shared with our neighbors from the NE. Used very mile green chiles and thought it was bland, they thought it was too hot. The "best" of anything is in the eye, or mouth, of the beholder/eater.
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Old 06-06-2022, 11:53 AM   #43
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Well, real estate property became a good option for investment, especially after the global COVID-19 lockdown, but I suggest you buy the RV instead of buying a small cottage. Here is a high possibility that prices for the property will fall this summer for a high value. So my advice to you is to buy a solid RV now. If prices for real estate properties don't fall, you can always buy the property, or if prices fall, you will be able to sell your RV and buy a small house cheaper.
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Old 06-06-2022, 01:51 PM   #44
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Yeah, "taste" in food is like taste in trucks. We come to FL and ain't no one gonna have real Mex food or eat hot food. The jalapenos here are just little bell peppers. Bought a package of the hottest thing I could find at the store, "hot" serrano peppers; you can eat them literally like a bell pepper. Made a pot of posole stew and shared with our neighbors from the NE. Used very mile green chiles and thought it was bland, they thought it was too hot. The "best" of anything is in the eye, or mouth, of the beholder/eater.
Danny, I know you get up around the Tallahassee area and Crawfordville. Have you tried the El Jalisco restaurants? I don't pretend to know anything about Mexican food but these restaurants are very popular here.
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Old 06-06-2022, 02:35 PM   #45
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Danny, I know you get up around the Tallahassee area and Crawfordville. Have you tried the El Jalisco restaurants? I don't pretend to know anything about Mexican food but these restaurants are very popular here.

Yes, we've eaten at Jaliscos. In fact, it's about as close to Mexican we can find in that area. It's pretty good but they use some kind of seasoning we're not used to which puts us off a little. Almost reminded us of eating norther NM Mexican food that has some native american influences in it. But yes, we've been there. In fact we ate at that new one in Crawfordville right before we left in May.
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Old 06-07-2022, 03:09 AM   #46
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After twenty years of 'snow birding' we spent the last three years in a small RV park and decided to buy a park model and stop hauling the big 5th wheel. We now have a small unit for short trips and local camping. The place in Zephyrhills will be our second home for five to six months each season.
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