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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Centre Mad Man View Post
    I don’t know about pizza rolls, but I’ve been informed that grownups don’t eat Totino’s pizzas or Lucky Charms.

    Whoever is telling you that is talking crazy talk. Totino's rock... LC, I was never a fan, but more than happy to have Cinnamon Toast Crunch in the AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eroop22 View Post
    At what age should you not be eating pizza rolls? My wife and daughter went to dinner with some friends so I was on my own tonight. Not wanting to cook I went to the store and baught some pizza rolls. Brought them home and ate them. Now my wife is telling me that no one older than 24 should even consider eating pizza rolls. I think she is just being a snob.
    I hope it's not 24 - I'm 57 and I still eat them. I'll even mix up a little dip for them using sour cream and garlic powder - the flavors go well together and the I like the coolness of the sour cream with the screaming-hot insides of the pizza rolls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BayAreaZagFan View Post
    I hope it's not 24 - I'm 57 and I still eat them. I'll even mix up a little dip for them using sour cream and garlic powder - the flavors go well together and the I like the coolness of the sour cream with the screaming-hot insides of the pizza rolls.
    Now I have something new to try. Thanks BAZF
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    So I planted 3 hot pepper plants, one regular Jalapeños one jumbo sized Jalapeños and one I just need to dig up and throw away as they are as hot as I've ever tasted in anything. It is literally un-edible it is so hot.

    All of which means I have thrown out several as just lost in hot spice. But I have a bowl of Jalapeños - we get early harvests here, first of June? - and those are just mild enough (barely) to try to make poppers.

    I was thinking maybe some beef burger or strips, and pepperback white cheese. I was also thinking some sour cream, bacon and
    cheddar cheese.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LongIslandZagFan View Post
    Now I have something new to try. Thanks BAZF
    Back in the day I saw a guy who had smoked a bunch of glaucoma medication put pizza rolls on a cheeseburger. Not going to lie it looked good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DixieZag View Post
    So I planted 3 hot pepper plants, one regular Jalapeños one jumbo sized Jalapeños and one I just need to dig up and throw away as they are as hot as I've ever tasted in anything. It is literally un-edible it is so hot.

    All of which means I have thrown out several as just lost in hot spice. But I have a bowl of Jalapeños - we get early harvests here, first of June? - and those are just mild enough (barely) to try to make poppers.

    I was thinking maybe some beef burger or strips, and pepperback white cheese. I was also thinking some sour cream, bacon and
    cheddar cheese.
    Cream cheese, salsa and cheddar would probably be good mixed together and stuffed in those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzgirl_127 View Post
    Cream cheese, salsa and cheddar would probably be good mixed together and stuffed in those.
    Good idea.

    Is there any "room" for a small dab of meat in there at all?

    Just curious. Thanks for the ideas.

    Anyone else with thoughts on how to do it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DixieZag View Post
    Good idea.

    Is there any "room" for a small dab of meat in there at all?

    Just curious. Thanks for the ideas.

    Anyone else with thoughts on how to do it?
    Maybe chicken or beef? We do banana peppers with Italian sausage but I didn't know how much room jalapenos had for things to fit in them lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzgirl_127 View Post
    Maybe chicken or beef? We do banana peppers with Italian sausage but I didn't know how much room jalapenos had for things to fit in them lol.
    Thanks' sister.

    I love the idea of a ground up sausage or hamburger.
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    I am going to Banff area next week with my wife and daughter. We are camping at Two Jack Lake for 3 nights and then we are staying at a hotel for 2 nights at Kananaskis Mountain. We are going to bring my road bike and my wife and daughter's hybrid bikes. We are also going to bring a raft I recently bought at costco. Does anyone have any suggestions on things to do or see? We have some things that we want to do, but would love to hear from people who have gone there before.
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    Cleaning out a clogged DE pool filter covered in algae might be one of the grossest tasks out there.
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    A close friend from grade school is moving back to the States in early July for the foreseeable future. Her son is a few months younger than my oldest and the boys really liked playing together over the past few summers. I'm really excited that we'll get to spend more time together year round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gu03alum View Post
    I am going to Banff area next week with my wife and daughter. We are camping at Two Jack Lake for 3 nights and then we are staying at a hotel for 2 nights at Kananaskis Mountain. We are going to bring my road bike and my wife and daughter's hybrid bikes. We are also going to bring a raft I recently bought at costco. Does anyone have any suggestions on things to do or see? We have some things that we want to do, but would love to hear from people who have gone there before.
    Man, the Icefields Parkway is the most beautiful drive I've ever taken. 100 glaciers, waterfalls, I mean... I don't know where to start. It's stunning. So incredibly worth it. Be sure to take the tour where you can go out onto the icefield.

    https://icefieldsparkway.com/

    It's always fun to take a horseback ride along the Bow River, and the Banff gondola affords a stunning view of the Bow River valley below.

    A helicopter tour is a real treat, too.

    Enjoy yourselves!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzgirl_127 View Post
    A close friend from grade school is moving back to the States in early July for the foreseeable future. Her son is a few months younger than my oldest and the boys really liked playing together over the past few summers. I'm really excited that we'll get to spend more time together year round.
    Nothing like having an old established friend move back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheZagPhish View Post
    Man, the Icefields Parkway is the most beautiful drive I've ever taken. 100 glaciers, waterfalls, I mean... I don't know where to start. It's stunning. So incredibly worth it. Be sure to take the tour where you can go out onto the icefield.

    https://icefieldsparkway.com/

    It's always fun to take a horseback ride along the Bow River, and the Banff gondola affords a stunning view of the Bow River valley below.

    A helicopter tour is a real treat, too.

    Enjoy yourselves!
    Yeah, I have never been able to afford the helicopter trip, but the gondola is the next best thing and (not cheap itself) worth every penny.

    Banff is Banff, there is simply no area like it in North America, some of the range in Montana comes close, but Colorado has nothing on it, the pale blue lakes, the towing rock mountains.

    It is spectacular, and I have only been there a couple of times.

    Waterton Park - the Canadian side of Glacier, is also very very nice, and IMO better than Glacier, but it is still nothing like Banff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheZagPhish View Post
    Man, the Icefields Parkway is the most beautiful drive I've ever taken. 100 glaciers, waterfalls, I mean... I don't know where to start. It's stunning. So incredibly worth it. Be sure to take the tour where you can go out onto the icefield.

    https://icefieldsparkway.com/

    It's always fun to take a horseback ride along the Bow River, and the Banff gondola affords a stunning view of the Bow River valley below.

    A helicopter tour is a real treat, too.

    Enjoy yourselves!
    that looks awesome! thank you!
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    Our 5 year old learned to ride a bike today! He's practiced coasting and balancing without the pedals (last summer and two times this year) this was his 3rd time out and half way through he asked to put the pedals on. He picked up pedalling right away, no crashes either!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzgirl_127 View Post
    Our 5 year old learned to ride a bike today! He's practiced coasting and balancing without the pedals (last summer and two times this year) this was his 3rd time out and half way through he asked to put the pedals on. He picked up pedalling right away, no crashes either!
    I kind of remember when I learned, at 5-6 years old. It was when my Dad was stationed near Denver. They put me on the bike, on a slight downhill sidewalk, and away I went! No one taught me how to turn, so I ran into the car parked at the end of the sidewalk. Great times! LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by willandi View Post
    I kind of remember when I learned, at 5-6 years old. It was when my Dad was stationed near Denver. They put me on the bike, on a slight downhill sidewalk, and away I went! No one taught me how to turn, so I ran into the car parked at the end of the sidewalk. Great times! LOL
    LOL! Stanley was very interested in learning how the brakes worked as we were putting the pedal on. I think he anticipated a similar accident being possible.

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    I won't lie, after seeing the videos of the southern California earthquakes, I'm glad I didn't commit to going out to LA in the middle of the month. My husband might still need to go there for a weekend or two (we'll find out tomorrow) but at least I won't be there with the three boys. I initially thought it would be fun to visit the La Brea Tar Pits and Griffith Observatory while hubby worked 12 hour shifts...and then I found out that the hotel was going to be an hour or more travel time to the fun places we'd want to go to, so that drastically changed my desire to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheZagPhish View Post
    Man, the Icefields Parkway is the most beautiful drive I've ever taken. 100 glaciers, waterfalls, I mean... I don't know where to start. It's stunning. So incredibly worth it. Be sure to take the tour where you can go out onto the icefield.

    https://icefieldsparkway.com/

    It's always fun to take a horseback ride along the Bow River, and the Banff gondola affords a stunning view of the Bow River valley below.

    A helicopter tour is a real treat, too.

    Enjoy yourselves!
    We took your advice and drove through the Icefields Parkway. It was raining that day (as were most of the days on our trip), but we still had some amazing views of mountains and glaciers and waterfalls. We also did the gondola. That was super cool too. It had snowed up at the top of Sulfur Mountain the night before. The day we went up there was cloudy, but we were able to see the town and much of the surrounding mountains.

    We tried to go to Lake Louise, but good lord, so was everybody else. We went to Morraine Lake instead and took our raft out on the lake. It was very pretty up there.

    In spite of all the rain, it was a great trip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gu03alum View Post
    We took your advice and drove through the Icefields Parkway. It was raining that day (as were most of the days on our trip), but we still had some amazing views of mountains and glaciers and waterfalls. We also did the gondola. That was super cool too. It had snowed up at the top of Sulfur Mountain the night before. The day we went up there was cloudy, but we were able to see the town and much of the surrounding mountains.

    We tried to go to Lake Louise, but good lord, so was everybody else. We went to Morraine Lake instead and took our raft out on the lake. It was very pretty up there.

    In spite of all the rain, it was a great trip.
    That's awesome! That area definitely gets moody weather at all times of the year.

    Personally, I think Moraine Lake is a better place to visit than Lake Louise. Fewer crowds and a little more visual drama.

    So glad you enjoyed yourselves!
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    I get a monthly zestimate from Zillow and it said that my house dropped $108k over the past 30 days. Did the housing market crash in Western Washington this month and I didn't notice?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gu03alum View Post
    I get a monthly zestimate from Zillow and it said that my house dropped $108k over the past 30 days. Did the housing market crash in Western Washington this month and I didn't notice?
    I find them a bit spotty myself. However, I have found foreclosures in an area tend to incorrectly pull down their estimates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LongIslandZagFan View Post
    I find them a bit spotty myself. However, I have found foreclosures in an area tend to incorrectly pull down their estimates.
    Maybe that’s what happened. I hope it doesn’t affect the appraisal I’m about to get to remove my PMI. The zestimate is still higher than I need to remove pmi luckily.
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