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O.T. I 30 travels Eats

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05-31-2014 17:43:37

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Been going back and forth on I 30 from Tennessee to out west for years. I have become addicted to an eatery called Nicks,s in Carlyle Arkansas. My question. Is it just me or there anyone else on here that loves to eat there? I can not pass the place up even when it is not eating time.. Great trip to the Canton Texas trade days again.

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Billy Shafer

05-31-2014 18:52:51

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 Re: O.T. I 30 travels Eats in reply to jm., 05-31-2014 17:43:37  
I did a service call to the nursing home in Canton. Forgot it was trade day.Took me almost a hour to get from the highway to the home. Just south of downtown. That place is big and packed on trade days.

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05-31-2014 19:05:44

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 Re: O.T. I 30 travels Eats in reply to Billy Shafer, 05-31-2014 18:52:51  
Billy I have heard the figures but the little town really grows by the thousands on that first Monday week-end. That is why we try and go Thursday/Friday things just get out of hand by the weekend,

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Billy Shafer

05-31-2014 23:13:38

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 Re: O.T. I 30 travels Eats in reply to jm., 05-31-2014 19:05:44  
I would guess at least five thousand. One hour to go three miles.

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