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Old 03-07-2005, 09:39 AM   #11
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Ok, if Andy can not only have blue crab, but also tutors, I want shrimp and written instructions and a brief tutorial and a book on shrimp history and butter and...oh, sorry.


Blue crab just isn't first on my agenda.

DT - Does MD have anything like garlic knots?
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I told the wife this morning. She is excited and things it will be a fun idea. Of course she asked about Kaya and what we would do. I told her that I didnt see why we couldnt take her along. She LOVES my tanks.

For those on the edge and are nto sure you want to go. There is a dolphin show!!!
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Fishfreek, we did a trip to the aquarium last year. They have backpacks you can sign out to carry the babies around. This what I did. It worked out great.

And yes everyone, the dolphin show is excellent!!
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You can POSSIBLY count me and my girlfriend in. It's going to be a 5 hour, 318 mile trek, but I think it would make a nice weekend adventure. Course then again, it all depends on if she gets that weekend off from work. I know i'll have it off as I work m-f 7 - 3:30. We could leave on that friday after work. I'll post another thread in May to confirm if we are going. (Fingers Crossed)
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We are going to bring our kids (they LOVE this place) and Rick is going to herd them around so I can hang with my AA buddies.

We brought the twins when they were a little over a year old, Aaron, and I wished we had gotten the backpacks because the strollers were too low for them to see anything.
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??? What about my shrimp and garlic knot request???
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Old 03-07-2005, 12:15 PM   #17
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Duh. Whatza garlic knot?
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I can pretty much promise you that the DC/Baltimore metro area has never seen or tasted anything as good as the reknown garlic knot. Maybe you can bring some??

Shrimp, we can do!
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Duh. Whatza garlic knot?
Austinsdad - This is a deep, dark NY secret. I can only tell you that if you make it to the gathering, you're in for a real treat!

Does this help TG?
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That helps a lot!! Whoo hoo!

Jchillin, when you get there you will be disturbed by the quiet of the busy city of Baltimore, so I will arrive honking my horn so you will feel more at home.
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