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Old 06-23-2014, 07:12 PM   #18019
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Blackcurrant clafoutis, shortly before. OM-NOM.

Pic before you SNARF them?
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blackcurrant clafoutis, shortly before om-nom.
A little browner than it should be. I was still frying onion rings when the timer went off.

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Old 06-23-2014, 07:17 PM   #18021
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A little browner than it should be. I was still frying onion rings when the timer went off.

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You have nearly killed me with images, you naughty (gifted) girl.
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Old 06-23-2014, 07:31 PM   #18022
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You have nearly killed me with images, you naughty (gifted) girl.

Lemme 'splain you, 'k? Clafoutis is a French dessert, like a custard, almost crustless, with fruit incorporated. A couple tablespoons of flour (GF works) mixed into the custard settles out to become a very thin sorta crust.

Being French, it's pronounced clah-foo'-tee. Classically made w/cherries, but I first met it as made w/pears -- and a dash of rum. Still my favorite version.

Not gifted, not me! I just foller the recipes.
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Thundershirts really work. Lily was terrified when the RV first started to move even though she had lived in it for 2 months parked at my daughter's house. She was car sick and shivering non-stop. I bought her a thundershirt which she wore for about 2 weeks every time I started the engine. After that she no longer needed it. The trick is to make sure it's snug around their chest, like a continuous hug.
We have a Thundershirt for Maxwell and it does seem to help, but neglected to bring it along. Wasn't storming last night. The thing that makes him happy is hiding his head under something. I guess he thinks all of him is hidden then, lol. We often wonder what his backstory is. The most gentle dog with the softest mouth. Loves everyone, especially kids. Not the best pix of him, but all that is on my I-pad right now. Partner in crime is Pepper.
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We have a Thundershirt for Maxwell and it does seem to help, but neglected to bring it along. Wasn't storming last night. The thing that makes him happy is hiding his head under something. I guess he thinks all of him is hidden then, lol. We often wonder what his backstory is. The most gentle dog with the softest mouth. Loves everyone, especially kids. Not the best pix of him, but all that is on my I-pad right now. Partner in crime is Pepper.

Sweet pic, Tina! What a pair!

I tried thundershirts on our cats last year to help w/travel anxiety, but they simply could not adjust. If we had started when they were much, much younger, it might have been a different story.
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Old 06-23-2014, 07:46 PM   #18025
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Old 06-23-2014, 07:53 PM   #18026
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Wayne, why don't you build one of these and put gliders connected to a gear driving a fan? Looks very functional.
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Bob (Teffy) claims that you can dump a bag of ice in your potty and drive so it sloshes to clean out the tank. I don't know. Haven't tried it.[...].
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I thought they threw the bar away when they admitted number 40.
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Actually all four.
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If the bar is too high, sit at a table.
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As a reply to all four quotes above this, 40 is to high for his IQ. No need to fill in, I'll catch up at the end of the day.

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Not all of us RVMs carry bilge water all of the time, but I hear it is an important ingredient in Wayne's smoothies
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Old 06-23-2014, 07:58 PM   #18027
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Okay, I'm going back to my project.

It begins with going to the Navy Exchange today and purchasing a GoPro Hero 3+ Black version.

I figured out the wifi, now I need to read the rest of the manual to figure out how to operate the rest of it. This little camera measures 2-1/4" x 1-5/8" x 3/4" and has more features than my Cannon T2i, well almost.

Just another learning curve. I bought it because I didn't like the dash cam I had. Sometimes it turned on, sometimes it didn't. Also the GUI for the dash cam was non-existent.

See you in the morning.

p.s., The only difference between men and boys is the price they pay for their toys.
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Lemme 'splain you, 'k? Clafoutis is a French dessert, like a custard, almost crustless, with fruit incorporated. A couple tablespoons of flour (GF works) mixed into the custard settles out to become a very thin sorta crust.

Being French, it's pronounced clah-foo'-tee. Classically made w/cherries, but I first met it as made w/pears -- and a dash of rum. Still my favorite version.

Not gifted, not me! I just foller the recipes.

Mmmmm sounds good to me...


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We have a Thundershirt for Maxwell and it does seem to help, but neglected to bring it along. Wasn't storming last night. The thing that makes him happy is hiding his head under something. I guess he thinks all of him is hidden then, lol. We often wonder what his backstory is. The most gentle dog with the softest mouth. Loves everyone, especially kids. Not the best pix of him, but all that is on my I-pad right now. Partner in crime is Pepper.
Great looking group you have there.
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