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  • If you're coming to So.Fla. this week...

    Let me know.

    I think PostalRam is hosting a tailgate... POSTAL ARE YOU OUT THERE? Hopefully he'll post some info on that so we can all meet.

    Some tips from a long-time South Floridian...

    1. Stone crab season started last week. Do partake. But, don't overpay by going to some fancy restaurant like Joe's. Best bet: if you're staying in Fort Lauderdale, look up Captain Mike's Seafood shop in Davie. They bring the claws in on their own boats and cook them up daily. Get a few pounds to go (much cheaper than Joe's) and find a nice spot to chow down. Just don't forget the mustard sauce!

    2. If you have the time, check out the Shark Valley trail in the Everglades National Park. On a 15 mile loop (which you can walk, bike or ride a tram) you will get closer to our local denizen, the alligator, than you ever expected. You can also see deer, wild boar, snakes, turtles and dozens of species of birds.

    3. If you want to go to a great beach (and you're not into the glitz of South Beach), try Lloyd State Park in Fort Lauderdale. Quiet, clean beaches with a good restaurant and canoe rentals for the inlets where you will likely see raccoons, spotted eagle rays, and nesting ospreys.

    4. If you're driving around between 4:00 and 6:00, tune into AM 560 to hear Hank Goldberg's radio show. He's the ESPN prognosticator who is a long time Miami icon. You can bet he'll have some Rams as guests during the week.

    5. Enjoy the weather. Forcast is Sunny and 85 degrees!
    Last edited by AvengerRam_old; -10-19-2004, 01:50 PM.

  • #2
    Re: If you're coming to So.Fla. this week...

    Gee AR, here I thought you were going to be offereing up a couch and a home cooked meal... ;)
    This space for rent...

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    • #3
      Re: If you're coming to So.Fla. this week...

      Um..... no.

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      • #4
        Re: If you're coming to So.Fla. this week...

        and don't ask for free legal advice, he dosen't ask for a free super sized meal....

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        • #5
          Re: If you're coming to So.Fla. this week...

          The least AvengerMania'sManiac could do is invite all those hurricane refugees back so they don't spread that Screw-up-the-Election bacteria so readily up here in the northern states.

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            Re: If you're coming to So.Fla. this week...

            Exactly how big do you all think my house is?

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            • #7
              Re: If you're coming to So.Fla. this week...

              Seriously, though....



              Mmmmmmmmmmm.............

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              • #8
                Re: If you're coming to So.Fla. this week...

                Originally posted by AvengerRam
                Let me know.

                I think PostalRam is hosting a tailgate... POSTAL ARE YOU OUT THERE? Hopefully he'll post some info on that so we can all meet.

                Some tips from a long-time South Floridian...

                1. Stone crab season started last week. Do partake. But, don't overpay by going to some fancy restaurant like Joe's. Best bet: if you're staying in Fort Lauderdale, look up Captain Mike's Seafood shop in Davie. They bring the claws in on their own boats and cook them up daily. Get a few pounds to go (much cheaper than Joe's) and find a nice spot to chow down. Just don't forget the mustard sauce!

                2. If you have the time, check out the Shark Valley trail in the Everglades National Park. On a 15 mile loop (which you can walk, bike or ride a tram) you will get closer to our local denizen, the alligator, than you ever expected. You can also see deer, wild boar, snakes, turtles and dozens of species of birds.

                3. If you want to go to a great beach (and you're not into the glitz of South Beach), try Lloyd State Park in Fort Lauderdale. Quiet, clean beaches with a good restaurant and canoe rentals for the inlets where you will likely see raccoons, spotted eagle rays, and nesting ospreys.

                4. If you're driving around between 4:00 and 6:00, tune into AM 560 to hear Hank Goldberg's radio show. He's the ESPN prognosticator who is a long time Miami icon. You can bet he'll have some Rams as guests during the week.

                5. Enjoy the weather. Forcast is Sunny and 85 degrees!
                Postal (Lou) is having computer problems, pm me and I will give you his mobile number.

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