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I'd order it! I'd have 10 friends with me, and we'd split it! I could care less about the t-shirt, and split 10-11 ways, affordable and not as calorie intense! And I LOVE good lasagna, so would have to split with friends, or I'd be tempted to eat all that I could of it! :fed:
 

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Lasagna I'd have to share. Now if it was ice cream, could knock that one out myself


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Lasagna I'd have to share. Now if it was ice cream, could knock that one out myself


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Yuk. I hate Lasagna; in fact I hate all Italian food...except for thin crust sausage pizza...it makes my ulcer light up like a Christmas tree and glow in the dark. Now Ice Cream is another matter. I might even drive to Amarillo and tackle the 72 oz. Big Texan steak if they threw in a gallon of ice cream...and a bucket of their famous calf fries.
 

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Yuk. I hate Lasagna; in fact I hate all Italian food...except for thin crust sausage pizza...it makes my ulcer light up like a Christmas tree and glow in the dark. Now Ice Cream is another matter. I might even drive to Amarillo and tackle the 72 oz. Big Texan steak if they threw in a gallon of ice cream...and a bucket of their famous calf fries.
Think I passed by that place in Amarillo the last time I was out there. It was mighty hot that day. Somewhere between 108 and 112 F. When you stop to get fuel, the heat sink effect goes to work on your vehicle. And a spicy hot wind blowing more heat around. That flat terrain is hard on my brain.
 

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Think I passed by that place in Amarillo the last time I was out there. It was mighty hot that day. Somewhere between 108 and 112 F. When you stop to get fuel, the heat sink effect goes to work on your vehicle. And a spicy hot wind blowing more heat around. That flat terrain is hard on my brain.
:laugh: Yep, it gets hot and windy out that way. Funny you should mention that. We have family in Albuquerque, and at one time we were having family "reunions" about once per year, usually at a lake or resort some where in Oklahoma or New Mexico. On one of these trips, we were discussing the likelihood of having it somewhere in between to save all of that driving. We made a stop in Amarillo, and my wife struck up a conversation with a lady she met there. She was asking if there was any place in or around Amarillo suitable for a reunion, with a lake, accommodations, etc. She said, "No", nothing she could think of...and that when they wanted a time to get away, they usually came to Oklahoma. :laugh:
 

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:laugh: Yep, it gets hot and windy out that way. Funny you should mention that. We have family in Albuquerque, and at one time we were having family "reunions" about once per year, usually at a lake or resort some where in Oklahoma or New Mexico. On one of these trips, we were discussing the likelihood of having it somewhere in between to save all of that driving. We made a stop in Amarillo, and my wife struck up a conversation with a lady she met there. She was asking if there was any place in or around Amarillo suitable for a reunion, with a lake, accommodations, etc. She said, "No", nothing she could think of...and that when they wanted a time to get away, they usually came to Oklahoma. :laugh:
Can certainly understand why they'd go elsewhere. Palo Duro Canyon is amazing and helps make up for the super flat parts in and closer to town. The recent dust storms has sure added more misery to living in the panhandle, especially if one is involved with livestock and agriculture.
 
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