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MrX

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Wow! I thought they were only in PA and NJ. This is a classic hoagie menu! Love their rolls they use too!

I know, we were shocked. I'm going to eat a whole lot of schwartzies soon!
 

MrMonkey

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Visiting finally again this summer since 2019 and now my mouth's watery for a Primo's hoagie!
 
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MrX

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That's Primo high-end living lol! Don't even want to think what they pay in property taxes.

It's just Allison's dad there. Tiny little ranch house he's had forever.

Medford Lakes is a trip. It's like summer camp, all canoes and log cabins. No street signs. I'm lost as soon as I get a block away from the house.
 

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I don’t recall ever going to Philly. If I went it was when I was a kid. I do get very horny for a very good cheesesteak.

I will likely be making my first trip to Colorado in September. Denver. I’d love to get to Telluride and Steamboat Springs while I’m there.
 

MrX

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There's an Amish market there that makes pretzel cheese dogs that I'm absolutely addicted to. Only open on Friday and Saturday.

Those are never going to make it to Denver I'm afraid.
 

MrX

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I don’t recall ever going to Philly. If I went it was when I was a kid. I do get very horny for a very good cheesesteak.

I will likely be making my first trip to Colorado in September. Denver. I’d love to get to Telluride and Steamboat Springs while I’m there.

Nice. Telluride is a haul from Denver. Very nice, though.

Highly recommend Crested Butte.
 

MrX

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Mmmmm.
 

MrMonkey

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It's just Allison's dad there. Tiny little ranch house he's had forever.

Medford Lakes is a trip. It's like summer camp, all canoes and log cabins. No street signs. I'm lost as soon as I get a block away from the house.
Yes it's woodsy isolated town in a densely populated area which is cool making you feel close to everything but away from all the BS traffic. Not many street lights if I recall and always got lost there myself. Philly mafia area that they could get rid of a body without traveling far.
 

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I think you're supposed to go the Pine Barrens for that.
Yea that's right but I think part of the PB is very close to MLakes. Can't remember? Plus you go to PB to see the Jersey Devil.
 

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In the Southern New Jersey and Philadelphia folklore of the United States, the Jersey Devil (also known as the Leeds Devil) is a legendary creaturesaid to inhabit the forest of Pine Barrens in South Jersey.[1] The creature is often described as a flying biped with hooves, but there are many variations. The common description is that of a bipedal kangaroo-like or wyvern-like creature with a horse- or goat-like head, leathery bat-like wings, horns, small arms with clawed hands, legs with cloven hooves, and a forked tail. It has been reported to move quickly and is often described as emitting a high-pitched "blood-curdling scream"
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MrX

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Well ain't that a thing? I guess I've never seen an image of the Jersey Devil. It looks Like someone put horseshoes on him.

Yeah, Pine Barrens are close. I got my family lost in there day before my wedding. Amazing we made it out alive.
 

MrX

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That'd be nice. 12 Years sounds about right.

We're planning to be in Costa Rica for almost all of September, but maybe that'll change.