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terrybaldridge: I think everyone has logged it so I will archive this one. Glad everyone came out. I enjoyed seeing everyone and eating the catfish. I think our rendition of Oh Canada was splendid.

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But Do They Serve Poutine???

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Hidden : Saturday, July 1, 2017
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Join us on Saturday July 1st for the opportunity of catfish and geo-companionship.  And at no extra cost you get the Signal the Frog visits Cana-dah on Cana-dah Day souvenir. Who could ask for anything more?

Poutine is thought by many to be the national food of Canada.  It originated in Quebec and consists of French Fries topped with brown gravy and cottage cheese.  Now doesn't that sound less than appetizing?  It does to my untrained palate.  But, I like oysters and who was first hungry enough to decide that an oyster looked edible?  I do not know if Catfish Cabin has poutine or not, but, they do have French Fries and brown gravy on parts of the menu. I do not know about the cottage cheese, but that is the part that doesn't appeal to me anyway.   Personally I think that some fried frog legs might be a better way to celebrate Signal going to Canada.

I will plan to get there about 11:30 and be there until 1:30 or so.  There will be room to display and trade bugs and coins.  There will also be lots of geo-companionship to be had.  If we can get a volunteer we might even have a lesson in how to speak Canadian, ah?

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Last Updated: on 7/3/2017 3:30:00 PM Pacific Daylight Time (10:30 PM GMT)
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