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Old 08-15-2014, 09:39 AM   #20581
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See what I mean. Some mutants love it - some not so much. I am a fried okra lover.

I'm there! Anybody who doesn't want theirs, I'll eat it! Might have to fight Steve for it though.
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Old 08-15-2014, 10:34 AM   #20582
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I'll take my okra, fried, pickled, steamed, boiled, out of the garden, out of the store, frozen, fresh, in gumbo, in soup, as side dish........

Me loves me okra!
Does get a little itchy when picking in the heat of summer.
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I'll take my okra, fried, pickled, steamed, boiled, out of the garden, out of the store, frozen, fresh, in gumbo, in soup, as side dish........

Me loves me okra!
Does get a little itchy when picking in the heat of summer.
Is there a way I can convince you to take mine too?
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Hey Marty - I was reading another thread that suggested visiting the Triple D locations - Diners Drive Ins and Dives - and what do I see on the DDD website - the BBQ Shack in Payola... so is it still around and kicking our smokey goodness.... and 1/2 pound orders of fried okra (a debated and contested mutant delight)... 😊

I would take the fried okra, thank you.....



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Old 08-15-2014, 01:57 PM   #20585
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My friend Bill left this morning - I'm tracking his Journey by his Ham Operator Call Letters - he is currently very close to a place near and dear to RVMS -

And while he is not a RV Mutant - and his 4 wheeler won't flat tow - it does have air lift suspension for offloading
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Hey Marty - I was reading another thread that suggested visiting the Triple D locations - Diners Drive Ins and Dives - and what do I see on the DDD website - the BBQ Shack in Payola... so is it still around and kicking our smokey goodness.... and 1/2 pound orders of fried okra (a debated and contested mutant delight)... ��
Oh yes! We just took our niece and great nephew there a few weeks ago! We get there at least every other month...( only eat out about every other week or so...so split the biz between Emory's steakhouse, Beethoven's german, Mexican and them.... like to go to the smaller family run places...)
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Looks like the Honey will be down around Branson the 24, 25 and 26 of this month if any RVM's are in the area... we'll be up for a mini -c.
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Oh yes! We just took our niece and great nephew there a few weeks ago! We get there at least every other month...( only eat out about every other week or so...so split the biz between Emory's steakhouse, Beethoven's german, Mexican and them.... like to go to the smaller family run places...)
I can seem I'm going to fall right onto this full timing thing...
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Looks like the Honey will be down around Branson the 24, 25 and 26 of this month if any RVM's are in the area... we'll be up for a mini -c.
I wish we could Marty. We are so ready...
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So reading a book on meditation, mindfulness and such I came across this...

" Meditation is not the goal; itís the journey. In just the act of sitting down to meditate, youíve already achieved your goal."

Seems the journey is the destination - and meditation and who knows what else (ponder, ponder). And in much the same way, the launch - the breaking free from inertia and moving away from here --- toward there - is enough to fulfill or complete the movement no matter where it leads. And so it is... or so it goes...
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So reading a book on meditation, mindfulness and such I came across this...

" Meditation is not the goal; itís the journey. In just the act of sitting down to meditate, youíve already achieved your goal."

Seems the journey is the destination - and meditation and who knows what else (ponder, ponder). And in much the same way, the launch - the breaking free from inertia and moving away from here --- toward there - is enough to fulfill or complete the movement no matter where it leads. And so it is...

And so it is...... And it is so.....
Have a peaceful weekend, remember there is no hurry is there? Tomorrow is another day....





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And so it is...... And it is so.....
Have a peaceful weekend, remember there is no hurry is there? Tomorrow is another day....





Diane is the original FTSFM........... (Fast Talking Sliding Finger Mutant, #64) and is retired, duh!
And life is juxtaposed chaos that appears in order ---- no hurry and peace can lead to Sliding Finger Syndrom - which is apparently linked to fast taking. Counterintuitive or Intuitive?

Hi Di.... how is Larry's wing?
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And life is juxtaposed chaos that appears in order ---- no hurry and peace can lead to Sliding Finger Syndrom - which is apparently linked to fast taking. Counterintuitive or Intuitive?

Hi Di.... how is Larry's wing?

Oh Lordy, now I have to go off and ponder all that. In a meditative state. That's just a little east-west of here.
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Oh Lordy, now I have to go off and ponder all that. In a meditative state. That's just a little east-west of here.
Just a little East-West of there - is that Wisconsin...

Or which way is up...???

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