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PostSubject: Road Food   Fri 11 Jun 2010, 22:27

Hi All

I'm headed to northern Minnesota in a couple of weeks for the Iron Range Scooter
Rally. Does anyone have any suggestions for some good road food along the way.

While I'll be using the turnpikes from Philly to Toledo area, I hope to get to
more local roads thru lower Michigan and the UP along the way toward Duluth.

Possibly I'll be returning by way of Wisconsin & Chicagoland so I'm looking for
suggestions along that route too.

Thanks

Tim
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PostSubject: Re: Road Food   Sat 12 Jun 2010, 18:43

For me, wanting something relatively healthy, and leaning toward vegetarian, and add in that these places will be almost always available, I use Subway.
Pretty easy to find, even in some more out of the way places, consistently pretty good IMHO.

When I'm touring I'm not looking for heavy/big meals, or greasy spoon type food, but something pretty quick, pretty healthy, and pretty easy to find.
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PostSubject: Re: Road Food   Sat 12 Jun 2010, 20:10

I will share a secret with you that most don't know....

http://www.joltgum.com/

Keeps you caffinated and your mouth busy.
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