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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    Scrapple would kick livermush's gelified slimey butt.
    Dutch ... Dutch ... true livermush is closer to quality scrapple than you might know ... seems someone must have fed you liverpudding ... and they should have been shot for doing that!

    I lived in Mifflinburg, Pa (or as the family refers to it ... held POW) for 12 yrs. And we ate good local scrapple ... and loved it.

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    Never had livermush, but it's hard to believe that it could compare to the awesomeness that is scrapple!
    Oh, and while in college for forestry, we were at a demonstration once where they spread sewage plant "stuff" that was supposedly processed enough to get rid of all the nasties that are normally associated with human waste! Apparently, it's becoming popular, and is really good for the trees! Go figure.

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    Not 100% sure yet, but my son and I will try to make it out there.
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    I haven't asked ZQ yet...(I know...possibly a dumb move ) but I bet I can talk her into making whoopie pies to bring along for our visitors. We're taking our small car and space may dictate otherwise, but I'll offer to hold them in my lap as I drive!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Questions View Post
    .... but I'll offer to hold them in my lap as I drive!!
    Hmmmm ... wondering how many will leave Pennsylvania ... and how many will arrive????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawk-eye View Post
    .......true livermush is closer to quality scrapple.......
    I'm going to admit being somewhat befuddled here. I just don't understand what you mean when using the words "quality" and "scrapple" in the same sentence. "That don't make no sense!" - Pete, O Brother, Where Art Thou?
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    Hooch ... my man ... we need to have an intense Gorge side breakfast sampling to clear these issues up for you ... tisk tisk tisk ... You've been spending way too much time in the city my friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawk-eye View Post
    Hmmmm ... wondering how many will leave Pennsylvania ... and how many will arrive????
    This cannot be determined mathematically!!

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    Thought I'd better make mention of this, just to be there are no misunderstandings
    2Q & ZQ have one small site reserved for the the two of them, so I'm guessing those that might be able to get out to the park will be going to spend time visiting through the day. If anyone was wanting to "overnight", you would just need to reserve another site.
    From what I've gathered, Sat & Sun will be the best times. I don't know if they will be staying through Mon (Memorial Day) or not.

    Might be good to give them an idea of when you might be coming (as the time gets closer) so they can go out & walk a few of the trails, or whatever, w/o being concerned about missing any visitors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slowhike View Post
    Thought I'd better make mention of this, just to be there are no misunderstandings
    2Q & ZQ have one small site reserved for the the two of them, so I'm guessing those that might be able to get out to the park will be going to spend time visiting through the day. If anyone was wanting to "overnight", you would just need to reserve another site.
    From what I've gathered, Sat & Sun will be the best times. I don't know if they will be staying through Mon (Memorial Day) or not.

    Might be good to give them an idea of when you might be coming (as the time gets closer) so they can go out & walk a few of the trails, or whatever, w/o being concerned about missing any visitors.
    I would like to go sit on that rock outcrop if possible!! Is there a trail that takes one there?
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