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Old 07-01-2014, 08:01 AM   #18341
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So any one have any recent pictures of their RVM Mascot? Sparky is up and Bonita and sent me a text message asking about Morts big trip. That reminded me I have not seen many FEGC@CL mascots grace these pages....

Ah yes! All of those nifty mascots that I once held so close to me within the RVM Kimono. I miss them all.
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Old 07-01-2014, 08:15 AM   #18342
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Do you remember Grant? He is shy, very squared away, and does not say much. However he has a solid personality; not prone to unexpected changes. Guess it's his family background that gives him a blend of qualities. We traced his family back pretty far. Surprising how deep the roots go.

Anyway, here is Grant in his favorite pose.

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Rocky says Hi. He cant wave.
Grant is angular and Rocky is shaped like an Idaho spud, but perhaps distant relatives?
Grant must work out. Rocky, never! But hey, Wayne says that round is a shape
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Old 07-01-2014, 08:42 AM   #18343
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Hey, it's time I said thanks! Thanks! You should come for dinner. Sometimes it's even good enough to eat!

So what's with this special sea salt? We've had pink, black, speckled and gray salts at one time or another, but never thought much about them beyond their being an expensive curiosity in a restaurant. Do you use it a lot? How different is it from regular table salt?

We all seem to eat vicariously around here, don't we? Yum this and OM NOM that. It's great fun to see what others are fixing. Your chicken sounds good, and I just brought home a frozen hen from a friend who raises them. Getting the yen for a roasted chicken, especially now!

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We bought some black truffle infused sea salt. It adds an almost malty flavor and is fabulous on chicken and grilled veggies.


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Old 07-01-2014, 08:43 AM   #18344
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We had 2 (yes two) wonderful Mini-Cs with Nissa last Winter when we stayed in Verde Valley AZ.

We strolled with Nissa through the Old Town and happened upon the Verde Valley Oil Trader shop. We left there with exotic olive oil and balsamic vinegar and seasalt. http://vvoliveoil.com

Now we search out such shops and buy more and it is all Nissa's fault!

We now have several of each category, and make almost every meal a new culinary experience with the new and wonderous flavors.

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Old 07-01-2014, 09:21 AM   #18345
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They are the most famous place in Charleston..... Bought the cookbook, too. But i do collect cookbooks... As to the baskets,,,, i bought a little one.... They are proud of them.... Then learned how to make my own...... Basket and shrimp and grits, both... Larry still won't eat grits...

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Steve - still waiting for Annie to come home.... she went shopping today with her sister and niece
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I had to find my glasses. I thought you had on an Indian head-dress. Looks like a fun time.

He typically wears some type of dress. I know Sandee wears the pants in that family.


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Do you remember Grant? He is shy, very squared away, and does not say much. However he has a solid personality; not prone to unexpected changes. Guess it's his family background that gives him a blend of qualities. We traced his family back pretty far. Surprising how deep the roots go.

Anyway, here is Grant in his favorite pose.
ROFLMAO

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that is funny!
And you really don't know "how funny."

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Good, if you don't mind, don't cash it till the fifth Sunday in August!
Remember, I got Tim's last $20 at the GC.

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That's what happened in his former job, so he just started sitting on paper work until somebody noticed him. Come to think of it, he does a lot of that now in his current position.

To his credit though, we have never known him to just pick up and walk off the job. Surprising too, because he works for rock-bottom wages. Maybe it's the perks of travel that keep him around. He sits near a window and strikes an air of superiority when we are in a gravel parking lot.
That's plain rock hard!

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[...] Wayne says that round is a shape
And don't you forget it!

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Ah, dear sister mutant, I resemble that remark and send you a virtual high five. Keep upholding a great tradition of proudly stirring the pot. (Cooking type, not the medicinal herb -- well ok, most of the time, anyway)
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Thank you and, yes, we have to show show solidarity or the plain and unadventurous will take over!!!


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Now that's funny.... the only way they can take over is for mutants to sit silent - what are the odds of that?
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Now that is a mutant bbq grill if I have ever seen one. Nice survival skill, right there.
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Now that is a mutant bbq grill if I have ever seen one. Nice survival skill, right there.
Hey there. My eye exam is in about 5 minutes. Any tips? I looked online for cliffs notes but couldn't them.
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Hey, it's time I said thanks! Thanks! You should come for dinner. Sometimes it's even good enough to eat!

So what's with this special sea salt? We've had pink, black, speckled and gray salts at one time or another, but never thought much about them beyond their being an expensive curiosity in a restaurant. Do you use it a lot? How different is it from regular table salt?

We all seem to eat vicariously around here, don't we? Yum this and OM NOM that. It's great fun to see what others are fixing. Your chicken sounds good, and I just brought home a frozen hen from a friend who raises them. Getting the yen for a roasted chicken, especially now!

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Sue, one of the reasons sea salt is touted for health is that many people are drinking purified, bottled waters which have few minerals left in them and sea salts provide a rich diversity of minerals as well as algae in some brands. I do believe what they are touting in the a fore mentioned posts was different flavored ( herb) sea salts.
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Memorize the chart before he comes in to examine you.

Then scribble the answers on the palm of your hand. Those charts are sneaky. They put in Q and O and E and F in every line to throw you off.
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Now that is a mutant bbq grill if I have ever seen one. Nice survival skill, right there.

Thank you! It is elegant in its simplicity, without the ostentatious look of stainless steel or fancy temperature dials. I have engineering drawings done on AutoCAD for anyone who wants the design.

A friend of mine designed a backyard drink holder that uses a "plumbers helper". Bubba said everyone is after him for one of those.
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