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Wednesday, 29 August 2018

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caninecologne

Bacon makes everything better! I liked the many selections of kolaches at the Kolache Factory and that they have different sizes (I like the smaller ones).

Great float update. Looking forward to seeing the floats fully decorated on parade day, especially the Sikh float!

kat

amazing floats as always!

Soo

Floats are coming along nicely. :-) The kolaches are interesting. Reminds me of bao.

Sandy

Thanks for the float update. No stop at Cream Pan? :-) Douglas Burgers #23 makes me think of Tom's number something! BTW, you mention driving on the 15 and the next exit of Central Avenue in Tustin, but you meant Lake Elsinore, right?

Cathy

It depends on the fillings for the kolaches, cc, but I just know all are good and fresh and wonderful. The Sikhs (and Armenians) seem to make 'educational' floats, which is so interesting each year.
The parade will be wonderful again this year, Kat.
I know you like seeing the floats, Soo. Kolaches are a big thing in Texas; many different businesses. This franchise location is the only one in California.
It's all the same exit, Sandy (Red Hill Avenue) and only about 40 minutes before Irwindale. We usually stop at the Starbucks then go up the street two lights-to the right is Cream Pan and to the left is Kolache Factory and THH (Vietnamese)..our discussion is usually 'which country do we want for a breakfast snack?' (Yes, I meant Elsinore...fixed it: thank you)

Sandy

I have been known to stop at both Cream Pan AND Kolache Factory! Haven't tried THH yet.

Cathy

I feel like an amateur, Sandy! Usually we are kind of in a hurry to get a parking spot in Irwindale so the Red Hill Road exit is quick. Answering your other comment, Tom's Burgers #1 is *right next door* to Douglas Burgers #23- I had posted about Tom's Burgers #23 (in Escondido) earlier this year and had wanted to try breakfast...which will happen. (As an aside, I really appreciate that you read every word of our posts and comments; I don't think many people do).

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