At Home With The Peabody’s: Prairie Firewood

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Well, as many of you know, me and Gunter have a pet Buffalo named Buford. So we decided that we needed to tell you more about him.
We live on the prairie… Where there isn’t much of anything… No trees, no nothing! In the Wild West days, the settlers used to burn Buffalo chips for heating and cooking! Buffalo chips are dried out Buffalo poop. It is’nt recommended to use Buffalo chips in your cookstove when  baking pastries…

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Prairie Firewood is also known as Buffalo biscuits, meadow muffins, corral cookies, Buffalo pies and Buffalo chips.

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Buford is an excellent source… Year round!

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I usually carry an extra large shopping bag when I take Buford for a walk… So that I won’t get fined.

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The “wagon train dropouts” who settled the Wild West depended on Buffalo chips for heat.

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During the summer months, when there are lots of tourists… Me, Gunther and Buford put on “Buffalo Tom Peabody and Buford’s I-70 Rest Stop & Wild West Show”! Me and Gunther sign autographs and serve refreshments! We also sell Buffalo rides! We are even listed in the AAA Travel Guide as a 5 star attraction! We feature the cleanest toilets on Interstate 70!

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We are currently serving our world famous chili! Cooked on real Buffalo chips! And, as you can see, we also sell Buffalo chips in convenient bags. Makes a great souvenir and conversation starter!
Toodles!
And don’t forget to buy our poop!

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That’s a special message from Buford!

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