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    . . . or you can stop by Marden's and stock up on Rubbermaid cache containers since they have a bunch marked 50% off the original price. I'm thinking the "kids" probably would not be all that thrilled with this idea though.
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    Wow, thanks everyone. Lots of good ideas!

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    And there's a cache at the Indian Trail park!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollora
    And there's a cache at the Indian Trail park!
    I think I mentioned that Lois!
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    while in Bangor, stopping by the coffee pot sandwich shop is a must! they've got the best darn tootin itallian sandwichs this side of the mason dixon line! and its cheap too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357
    while in Bangor, stopping by the coffee pot sandwich shop is a must! they've got the best darn tootin itallian sandwichs this side of the mason dixon line! and its cheap too!
    Uh OHHHH!!!!!!! Dont go in there and ask for an Italian, You would more than likely get glocked from behind the counter.

    If you go in ask for a coffee pot

    The guy behind the counter will tell you that it is not an italian

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1976
    Uh OHHHH!!!!!!! Dont go in there and ask for an Italian, You would more than likely get glocked from behind the counter.

    If you go in ask for a coffee pot

    The guy behind the counter will tell you that it is not an italian
    haha, i've made that mistake before...i forgot about that, I usually get the ham and salami super deluxe. (word of wisdom, don't go around lunchtime... unless you like a long line on a hot sidewalk)

    any idea how the sanwichs got to be called coffee pots?
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