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Pancakes on the Gunflint

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Has anyone heard of a place on the Gunflint Trail that makes their pancakes so large that if you can eat three of them, you don't pay for them? I read something about it a couple years ago but don't recall the name.

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Trail Center on Poplar Lake

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I think I am getting hungry just thinking of it smile.gif.

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they should make it if you can eat one they're free! I need to make it back there, haven't stopped by for years.

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those things are huge and if you manage to eat 3 you should go on the eating circut!!!!....the Trail Center is about half way down the Gunflint trail.....

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Thanks for the replies guys. I'll have to get there soon.

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Mmmmmmmmm..

I'll be stopping there after grouse hunting in just over a month.

Thanks for the tip

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I believe that they will be closing up for the winter this year.

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I believe that they will be closing up for the winter this year.


confused.gif huh? confused.gif

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I believe that they will be closing up for the winter this year.


Wow, if that's the case what a bummer. Always enjoyed stopping in on the sleds and for dinner here and there. Seemed like a lot of local traffic in there as well to keep them busy.

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There aint that many locals. This is what I heard a few months ago from some of the staff. I'll talk to them in a few days and see what the plan is. If I'm still here that is.

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