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Old 04-09-2021, 08:25 PM
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I will go to culvers, taco Johnís and McDonaldís in that order. What is your favorite road food
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Old 04-09-2021, 09:04 PM
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Homemade sandwiches in a cooler at a rest stop. Fruit and pretzels between stops.
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Old 04-10-2021, 03:58 AM
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Our group leaves for Canada at 6 am for a leisurely drive to International Falls - we overnight there.
Lunch is usually in Eau Claire where the Perkins is our favorite lunch spot. Club sandwiches seem to be what most of us order.
Dinner in IF is almost always at the Mexican restaurant. Very good food and they don't mind us sitting there for a while after we eat - if they not too busy.
Pizza in IF - well we just haven't found one we like.
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Old 04-10-2021, 06:14 AM
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Culverís if available, then McDonalds. You can always count on McDonalds for a good breakfast sandwich, decent coffee or excellent fries. If Iím by myself I enjoy a couple Taco Bell crunchy tacos but my wife doesnít care for Taco Bell so thatís for solo trips.
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Homemade sandwiches in a cooler at a rest stop. Fruit and pretzels between stops.
Similar to my SOP. No stopping except for fuel and emergency bathroom breaks. We do our eating while driving.
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I am a fan of McDonalds when I am on the road. If I am going inside to eat, I like Culverís or Steak N Shake, and if I am somewhere that has a Tim Hortons (usually just for a coffee or at breakfast) I like to make a stop there since we donít have them down here.


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Old 04-11-2021, 08:53 AM
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We typically stop for lunch at Culver’s in Chippewa Falls on our way North, it’s a good break to stretch and relax for a few minutes. We bring plenty of drinks and snacks for the rest of the trip.
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Our group leaves for Canada at 6 am for a leisurely drive to International Falls - we overnight there.
Lunch is usually in Eau Claire where the Perkins is our favorite lunch spot. Club sandwiches seem to be what most of us order.
Dinner in IF is almost always at the Mexican restaurant. Very good food and they don't mind us sitting there for a while after we eat - if they not too busy.
Pizza in IF - well we just haven't found one we like.
I don't think they survived the virus.
Tim Hortons went down also, they are being replaced by another national chain.
Holiday is building a new mega station where the old motel use to stand. They broke ground this week.

If the border remains closed more places likely will be gone.
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Old 04-11-2021, 09:36 AM
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Culverís when we are near one. McDís otherwise. On the road is about the only time we hit up McDís though
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Old 04-11-2021, 10:22 AM
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Many years ago I discovered the cure to getting drowsy while on a long road trip by myself. The morning the trip starts I have coffee before I start, then I only stop for fuel and restroom breaks. I may stop for coffee and toast once during the trip. Gum and a candy bar complete the menu. I no longer get drowsy and cover a lot of highway.

If anyone is with me the trip will be much more leisurely.

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