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Old 07-21-2014, 01:07 PM   #19349
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Why did the caveman leave the cave? To go get some sashimi.
Why did the caveman leave the cave? So he could chase after his cave woman.
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Old 07-21-2014, 01:21 PM   #19350
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Why did the caveman leave the cave? So he could chase after his cave woman.

Cavewoman provides caveman with something to do: make fire, cook meat, catch fish, make sashimi. Caveman gets too fat and tired to chase cavewoman!
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Old 07-21-2014, 01:24 PM   #19351
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Mornin Muteys!

Well we moved over to Silver Strand State Park and waiting to ck. in at the RV Park in a couple of hours. If your a beach bum like us then we could recommend this place cause it is right on the beach. Hope your rainbow is bright today!

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It's peach season here! No need to cook them... but they are great also grilled with pork tenderloin on a skewer with some peppers and onions...and, if ya just got to make the house hot... pie , crumble, and cobbler is pretty tasty too...


edited... ummm, yes... forgot the streusel and strudel too....
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It's peach season here! No need to cook them... but they are great also grilled with pork tenderloin on a skewer with some peppers and onions...and, if ya just got to make the house hot... pie , crumble, and cobbler is pretty tasty too...


edited... ummm, yes... forgot the streusel and strudel too....

Yes! That season when the local produce of peaches, tomatos, sweet corn, beets, sweet onions, cherries, on and on, are perfect and cheap!

I think it should be declared OM-NOM season. Love it
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Old 07-21-2014, 02:42 PM   #19354
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Did they create fire or discover it when their favorite shade tree was struck by lightening - dropping the first cooked apple on their heads. Ummmm apple pie.... couldn't be far behind.... and vanilla ice cream...
The engineer in me says they discovered items they could use to create fire, but common sense says it was maybe all just a coincidence.
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How about just to get out of the cave? Ugg, Um gotta go get more firewood. Back in a few hours.
Are you 'gathering' or hunting this wood stuff?
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Why did the caveman leave the cave? To go get some sashimi.
And bring it back so cave-woman could cook it.
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Yes! That season when the local produce of peaches, tomatos, sweet corn, beets, sweet onions, cherries, on and on, are perfect and cheap!

I think it should be declared OM-NOM season. Love it
I know.... Picked 4, 1 gallon ziplock bags full of green beans and 20 ears of corn this morning.
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Mornin Muteys!

Well we moved over to Silver Strand State Park and waiting to ck. in at the RV Park in a couple of hours. If your a beach bum like us then we could recommend this place cause it is right on the beach. Hope your rainbow is bright today!

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I love the beach... I have 2 kites and have been online shopping for another - maybe a dragon kite. Some of the big ones (not dragons) I'm looking at are out of my price range... but there are some smaller parafoils that are calling my name. The beach is a great place to fly...
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It's peach season here! No need to cook them... but they are great also grilled with pork tenderloin on a skewer with some peppers and onions...and, if ya just got to make the house hot... pie , crumble, and cobbler is pretty tasty too...


edited... ummm, yes... forgot the streusel and strudel too....
Peaches are a favorite and nectarines and pears and plums and....
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However, way-to-go!
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Diane is the original FTSFM........... (Fast Talking Sliding Finger Mutant, #64) and is retired, duh!
Bet it was supper time too...
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