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Michigan Planner

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I'm down for a trip to Ted Drewe's. But I'm not taking sides here; I'm like @Michigan Planner on this one- they're all good.
I had to spend a week in St. Louis for work a couple years ago and a friend told me I needed to check out Ted Drewe's. So one evening after my meetings I ran from the hotel near Busch Stadium down to get some frozen custard. I was not disappointed. Definitely the best frozen custard I've had.
 

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I have only had culver's frozen custard.

While very good, I am not sure the gastroi testinal distress is worth trying other custard offerings!
 

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I had to spend a week in St. Louis for work a couple years ago and a friend told me I needed to check out Ted Drewe's. So one evening after my meetings I ran from the hotel near Busch Stadium down to get some frozen custard. I was not disappointed. Definitely the best frozen custard I've had.
i went to school in St. Louis. Ted Drewe’s is, indeed, awesome.
 

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What's the one in Milwaukee that has a few mid century modern buildings? I liked that one.

This is the hometown favorite, though...

Never been to Milwaukee, and sadly, have not experienced Kohr's, either. I've eaten a lot of concretes and Mistos at Rita's Italian Ice, though.
 

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Van Veen

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My neighbor warned me we had poison ivy a few months ago. I hadn't seen any. Well it turns out it had just been lying in slumber under the English ivy. It's basically everywhere. English ivy + poison ivy + Japanese honeysuckle + privet.

I want to burn everything under 6' tall to the ground.
 

Fueco

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My neighbor warned me we had poison ivy a few months ago. I hadn't seen any. Well it turns out it had just been lying in slumber under the English ivy. It's basically everywhere. English ivy + poison ivy + Japanese honeysuckle + privet.

I want to burn everything under 6' tall to the ground.
Just be careful of the smoke...
 

MrG

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Oof. My first house had a bunch of juniper and a side yard that was infested with poison ivy. We never managed to clear it all, so it resulted in a lot of wasted space.

None at the current house despite living literally at the edge of the woods, but my neighbor has a bunch, so I'm always on the lookout for it. I'm hopeful that my vigilance will help me spot it when it's early and limited when it inevitably does show up.

Good luck getting rid of it. I had some luck with Round-Up in the old place, but that's not a great option if you have a lot. You've got to physically remove it to really get rid of it.

And, yeah, in case you weren't kidding about burning it, the smoke is toxic. Be very, very careful.
 

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I freakin’ hate juniper bushes... The whole north side of our house and driveway was filled with the stuff. We cleared that out to make a much more usable yard. I still want to take out all the juniper trees in the backyard. We lose a bunch of branches every spring to snow.
 

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