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... second meeting yesterday, March 29th and discussed a few new things. There will be 22 people going on our trip! Among those 22 people, I am happy to say that I will have 7 girls from my sorority going as well! I am beyond excited to share this experience with them. We finally found out that we will be staying in a guest house of the orphanage (which has air conditioning at night!!) We will also have some electricity at night so I will be ...
Menu Item: Jack’s Best
Notes: Features one Crown Prime Beef Rib, Pork Baby Back Ribs, and Beef Burnt Ends with sides of Cheesy Corn Bake, Creamy Coleslaw, & Toast. Had a spicy sauce and a sweet sauce.
Comments: There’s no knife (or teeth for that matter) needed here! You could easily cut everything with a plastic fork if you had to. The prime beef rib was extremely tender. The entire strip fell off the bone when touched. As soon as ...
Menu Item: Ribs & Brisket Plate with Spicy Slaw
Notes: Today was one of the first days after they changed their name from Oklahoma Joe's to Joe's Kansas City
Comments: Best ribs I've ever eaten. They had a unique taste unlike anything I've ever tasted before. The dry rub on them was perfect. The meat just fell off the bone and was extremely tender. The tender, medium cut brisket had an initial smoky bite to it ...
Hello Fellow Travelers,
Still on a high from the great time we had in Forest City. Boy, do those people know how to throw a party! Back to the real world and an overnighter in Eagleville, MO.
A cute little campground high on a hill with a view of the surrounding country side, we enjoyed our overnight stay, full hook-ups and put out the Tailgater Satellite to pick up ESPN and Fox News. Aah ...
... on the motorhome. We just got settled in the waiting room (where a Russian program was playing on the TV), when they called us to say the job was done. It was a loose connection. We were on our way in 10 minutes. (I had a photo for this, but I don’t have the program I need to access the photos.)
So, on the road again. Saw a sign for the Amana Colonies (the 1850’s German settlements known for hard work, furniture making, and hearty food.) ...