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It's been closed for a quite a while now, but there was a time when you could get a slice of cherry pie, at the Martha inn, in the town of George, Washington. Good stuff!

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szurszewski
It's been closed for a quite a while now, but there was a time when you could get a slice of cherry pie, at the Martha inn, in the town of George, Washington. Good stuff!

 

Awww - it's closed? That was a traditional stop after a show at the Gorge. Sigh.

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Joe Frickin' Friday

Shoot. The last time I was in Traverse City was in summer 2008, which just barely predates my interest in Roadside America.

 

Just barely. In September 2008, Masako and I visited the world's largest frying pan in Long Beach, Washington:

 

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And the world's largest wooden squirrel in Longview:

 

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And of course in 2009, I visited the world's largest pancake griddle in Birkett Mills, NY:

 

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And, oh yes, the world's largest filing cabinet...ah, the memories:

 

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Next time I head to Traverse City, I will make it a point to check out the World's Largest Pie Plates - and I will definitely dredge up this thread to post about it. Thanks for the tip! :thumbsup:

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John Ranalletta

Can't say I was really tempted to divert off I-70 for this, the world's largest golf tee. Must really be boring to live in Casey, IL.

 

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roadscholar

Growing up in the 50's in small town central Fla, Eustis, I think the city father's were trying to get a jump on Florida tourism. There was a sign coming into town claiming it to be the "Orange Capital of the World", then later the "Bass Capital of the World", of which I doubt it was either : )

 

I could only wish it'd been the cherry pie capital..

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And the world's largest wooden squirrel in Longview:

 

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It looks like you're waiting for the squirrel to do something? And what's with the cone?

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