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post #1 of 10 Old 07-19-2014, 11:58 PM Thread Starter
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Solo Miner Burger Run

Ya'll were so busy with the WABDR and dodging forest fires, I just went by myself today. Don't worry there were no pictures so it didn't happen but it sure tasted good... and I needed a spoon for the caramel shake.

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My neighbor(Triumph Bonneville) and I rode over a week ago to have the Miner burger. Sign across the street said 97 degrees when we went in and 104 when we came out. Delicious as usual.

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Hi Don,

Haven't kept up on whether you moved already or were still over here. Hope you are clear of the fires if over there.

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Have money on a house in Spokane Valley. Just waiting on mine to sell, so I'm still here for a bit. Mostly just doing day rides as the opportunitys arise. Did manage to make the Idaho Cashe rally at the last minute.

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After your Miner Burgers, you guys ever go down the street to the little tamale shop for a tamale top off? Yum Yum.
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After your Miner Burgers, you guys ever go down the street to the little tamale shop for a tamale top off? Yum Yum.
Either you have a very very large stomach or you are unaware of how filling a miner burger is. What is the name of the Tamale shop?

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hahahahahahaaaa. Yep I've eaten a few Miner Burgers. But only one per visit! The tamale shop is on the same street as Miners about a mile down on the right side - after all the car dealers. Small white square bldg right on the street. I don't get over there very often so when I do I have to visit both places because its too hard to decide one over the other!
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The tamale shop is on the same street as Miners about a mile down on the right side - after all the car dealers.
North or South? wasn't looking for car dealers so not sure which way you mean.

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hahahahahahaaaa. Yep I've eaten a few Miner Burgers. But only one per visit! The tamale shop is on the same street as Miners about a mile down on the right side - after all the car dealers. Small white square bldg right on the street. I don't get over there very often so when I do I have to visit both places because its too hard to decide one over the other!
Might be worth just doing an extra trip.

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South. Here's a quick link about them.
Yakima’s amazing handmade tamales | KING5.com Seattle
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