Hey David

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  1. cats48

    cats48

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    was that you I saw on 28 headed for the mountains? Rick Pate yellow fj40 headed the other way.
     
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    I don't think so. I just got back from Litchfield beach.
     
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    Dang

    could have sworn it was you. I tend to see you in West union from time to time. How was your trip?
     
  4. Gundy

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    Beach trip

    It was AWESOME. Front row house and beautiful weather.
    Saw dolphins just off shore every day. Added to our sharks
    teeth collection.
    Scout, our Boykin, had the beach all to herself most days.
    Ate too much. Lee's, Nance's and Island Deli fed us well.
    Eggs Up Grill was our breakfast stop of choice.
    Lynn shopped and I slept. :)
    Cruiser content: FZJ80 is a nice coach. It ain't the Benz, but
    it served us with nary a complaint or hint of trouble.
    I'm ready to go again. ;)
     
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    Yes eggs up grill is the best. Also island deli is good. I'll have a belian waffle in your name david. :D
     
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    Culinary tip

    Crab cake find you have to hit.!!!!!!!
    Murrell's Inlet...a little house.....Jam Inn sign. (on the right heading north
    through Murrell's Inlet)
    Pull in driveway and knock on front door. Notice
    neat garden in front yard. (can't be seen till you pull in)
    Asian women will answer door. "Come in, comein..."
    She makes and sells fresh crab cakes by the dozen and
    crab casseroles. (must buy at least a dozen cakes for $25
    or a casserole...also $25)
    You will thank me my friend. Now I know as Club Cook
    you will have a killer recipe for crab cakes....BUT....you
    need to try these. Lumpy yummy.
     
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