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Old 05-31-2013, 11:42 PM   #51
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What became of the range PF? Do you still have it? What a great story. I just love bits of history like that. Thanks for sharing.
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Old 06-01-2013, 12:20 AM   #52
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Plenty of "home fries" to be found out west too! Been eating them my whole life, though I prefer hash browns for breakfast. I like home fries when they have the "add ins" like peppers, onions etc. ;)

Dawg, sad but true, I like Mickey D's hash browns too! Truth be told.....I never met a potato I didn't like!
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Old 06-01-2013, 12:33 AM   #53
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What became of the range PF? Do you still have it? What a great story. I just love bits of history like that. Thanks for sharing.
The Head of the Chemistry Department at U of Wyoming had it in his kitchen and I was best of friends with his daughter from second grade till tomorrow. The stove has made it back East to New Hampshire after her father died and her mother returned home. My friend is in line for the stove when her mom is done with it, she lives in South Carolina.
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The Head of the Chemistry Department at U of Wyoming had it in his kitchen and I was best of friends with his daughter from second grade till tomorrow. The stove has made it back East to New Hampshire after her father died and her mother returned home. My friend is in line for the stove when her mom is done with it, she lives in South Carolina.
Your friend is lucky indeed. Thanks again for the story. I love it!
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