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Old 02-09-2018, 04:40 PM   #1
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National Pizza Day

Maggie told me it's National Pizza day. Gotta wonder. Anyway I'll show you mine.... Are you having pizza tonight. If so what kind and what's on it. Bonus points for a picture. Raz

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Old 02-09-2018, 04:46 PM   #2
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We are having homemade calzones for supper
Ricotta, mozzarella & provolone cheese with homemade Italian sausage , onions, red peppers , mushrooms ,and black olives.
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OH my stars, prior to the big HACK of FiberglassRV there was a thread about BUYING a big pizza and getting the cardboard box (and pizza) through the door without trashing the pizza (close you eyes and imagine a big yummy pizza going vertical!) I read the thread...and my eyes were leaking! I wasn't there... BUT that memory will be with me forever

ON EDIT... I think I found the thread in the Legacy DATA: http://www.fiberglassrv.com/forums/f...ies-23780.html
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Thank you!

...for posting that link, Donna, TOO Funny!

That is a very yummy-looking pizza, Raz : )
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We are having homemade calzones for supper
Ricotta, mozzarella & provolone cheese with homemade Italian sausage , onions, red peppers , mushrooms ,and black olives.
Yum ! Steve except no mushrooms on mine please !Pat
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Yum ! Steve except no mushrooms on mine please !Pat
You sound just like my grandkids except they say it with a scrunched up " OH ICKY" face.
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OH my stars, prior to the big HACK of FiberglassRV there was a thread about BUYING a big pizza and getting the cardboard box (and pizza) through the door without trashing the pizza (close you eyes and imagine a big yummy pizza going vertical!) I read the thread...and my eyes were leaking! I wasn't there... BUT that memory will be with me forever

ON EDIT... I think I found the thread in the Legacy DATA: http://www.fiberglassrv.com/forums/f...ies-23780.html
The local pizza parlor calls theirs the Bronx Bomber, and its 30 inches diameter. Even if I could get it through the door, it is a half inch larger than the width of the rear table in my Scamp.



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One model of the amerigo has a long, low, WIDE cargo door across the back end that is at LEAST 36" wide, so even that humongous one would slide right in. Never thought of that as a "pizza trailer," but I will from now on. There is a 74 amerigo for sale on another thread, and it's possibly the one with the pizza door! Better grab it fast while it's still available!

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THANK YOU for the link to that legacy post! 8)

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OH my stars, prior to the big HACK of FiberglassRV there was a thread about BUYING a big pizza and getting the cardboard box (and pizza) through the door without trashing the pizza (close you eyes and imagine a big yummy pizza going vertical!) I read the thread...and my eyes were leaking! I wasn't there... BUT that memory will be with me forever

ON EDIT... I think I found the thread in the Legacy DATA: http://www.fiberglassrv.com/forums/f...ies-23780.html
Thanks Donna for giving me another sales point on the HC1. Wonít be any problem putting a pizza through the back door unless itís over 4 feet wide.
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Maggie told me it's National Pizza day. Gotta wonder. Anyway I'll show you mine.... Are you having pizza tonight. If so what kind and what's on it. Bonus points for a picture. Raz

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Does a peanut butter & jelly sandwich on almost-round sourdough bread count? It was really, really good.
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ON EDIT... I think I found the thread in the Legacy DATA: http://www.fiberglassrv.com/forums/f...ies-23780.html
What a storyteller! Thank you so much for taking the time to research that link & posting it for us, Donna. I'll be laughing about this for days, which isn't a bad way to spend my time.
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Just read the thread heading out-loud so wife could hear me from other room.... Her reply was " you've been saying that EVERYDAY" YUMMMY
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