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Old 04-19-2013, 06:26 PM   #1
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Old 04-19-2013, 06:49 PM   #2
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Must be Beer time after all that.
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It's Beer:30 someplace.
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After a workout like that an ice cold beer and some bacon would be in order.
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After a workout like that an ice cold beer and some bacon would be in order.
Works for me.
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I have a fake grass 2" step. Sadie likes it better than the expanded metal one I had before.
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I have a fake grass 2" step. Sadie likes it better than the expanded metal one I had before.
Shake it, take a break. Beer and bacon.
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I've been known to make batches of beef jerky.

Water, salt, vinegar, pepper, boil, roll, dry, paint, dry, enjoy.
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I've been known to make batches of beef jerky.

Water, salt, vinegar, pepper, boil, roll, dry, paint, dry, enjoy.
Takes a bit longer than shaking a door mat, but sounds good (drool)
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Don't know where I got it, but this is what I've been using for 35-40 years. Modify to suit your taste. I use Sarah's rolling pin on a doubled up white towel. I usually make a mix of ketchup, garlic salt and onion salt to paint them with.

You can chew on it while shaking out your lawn.
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Gunna hafta try that! (Did I get the redneck vernacular correct?)
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I've been known to make batches of beef jerky.

Water, salt, vinegar, pepper, boil, roll, dry, paint, dry, enjoy.
So so you use prime rib for this jerky or.... Sounds delicious but want to get the beef right.
Loves me some jerky.
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London broil works best. Cut out all the fat before boiling.

I should take a picture of my MH lawn. It's about as wide at the steeps and ~12"s deep. Very light frame with cross supports.
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Don't know where I got it, but this is what I've been using for 35-40 years. Modify to suit your taste. I use Sarah's rolling pin on a doubled up white towel. I usually make a mix of ketchup, garlic salt and onion salt to paint them with.

You can chew on it while shaking out your lawn.
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