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You know I'am a sucker for the Magic Cookie bar that I first discovered at PORS..( I packed 6 to take home ) And when staying at POFQ I fell in love with the Beignets..This has got me thinking about other resort foods that are totally awesome..Example.Ive read so much about the Poly's Tonga Toast, and AKL with it's Zebra Domes..So this year it's our first stay at WL and I'am looking forward to the Banana Fosters and at the Artist Point my DW can't wait to try their Cedar Plank Salmon and the Cobbler dessert..( I've heard they sell MCB as well at Roaring Fork ) ..So what are your favourite resort goodies.? Be it a snack, or a must have at the resort restaurant..

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KF, with all due respect, you are starting new threads repeating the same topic as previous ones. Please ease up on the New Topic button just a bit.

March 21...
The Resort Must Eat/Drink...

From that thread...
"What resort goodie..food or drink is a must on your stay."

From this thread...
"..So what are your favourite resort goodies.?"

Could the conversation not just continue in the original thread you already started?

King Fergus

KenJ wrote:
KF, with all due respect, you are starting new threads repeating the same topic as previous ones. Please ease up on the New Topic button just a bit.

March 21...
The Resort Must Eat/Drink...

From that thread...
"What resort goodie..food or drink is a must on your stay."

From this thread...
"..So what are your favourite resort goodies.?"

Could the conversation not just continue in the original thread you already started?

Oops...Sorry..Time for my memory medication... wheelchair ....I suffer from a rare medical disorder...

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Search Bar! As I've said, we have a wonderful search bar feature that searches both our forums and our articles. It's a quick and easy way to find out if there is already a thread topic that covers a subject. Also, might I suggest making the subject line of your threads include the topic it's easier to read the search results. mickey

King Fergus

Kristen K. wrote:
Search Bar! As I've said, we have a wonderful search bar feature that searches both our forums and our articles. It's a quick and easy way to find out if there is already a thread topic that covers a subject. Also, might I suggest making the subject line of your threads include the topic it's easier to read the search results. mickey

Cheers Kristen..Due to my problem, I'am laying my pen to rest ( so to speak )... No more questions...It's getting embarrassing.. sad

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Please don't stop entirely Fergus, I love that you start conversations. mickey

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I love his posts; they are usually delightfully funny and right up some in our "age groups" interest. LOL clapping clapping clapping

Looking for suggestions from Narcoossee - I know Mark and his bride are there this week, so reports are welcomed.

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I just got 71 results when I put "Narcoossee" in the search bar.

King Fergus

oldtink wrote:
I love his posts; they are usually delightfully funny and right up some in our "age groups" interest. LOL clapping clapping clapping

Looking for suggestions from Narcoossee - I know Mark and his bride are there this week, so reports are welcomed.

Cheers Oldtink..Nurse says the folk at the home are missing me...That's because I escaped during darkness... clapping