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Old 01-14-2015, 02:48 PM   #29807
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Most of us would love to be in your weather - it's 43 degrees and either raining or misty for the last three, four or five days. The big joke on the local news is "weatherman will you please get us some son shine?".




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Old 01-14-2015, 04:03 PM   #29808
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All I know is that in 60 hours the weather is going to be 75 degrees.
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Old 01-14-2015, 04:11 PM   #29809
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All I know is that in 60 hours the weather is going to be 75 degrees.
I wonder if north or mid FL has any openings? I am in need for a week in warm weather. May have an open schedule for work the next week or so and getting out of 'Dodge' would be a treat.
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Old 01-14-2015, 04:42 PM   #29810
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Most of us would love to be in your weather - it's 43 degrees and either raining or misty for the last three, four or five days. The big joke on the local news is "weatherman will you please get us some son shine?".

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The grass is always greener Bob - but I cannot tell you the number of winter Texans who have told me they didn't drive all this way for this. Several not coming back. Now yes - they may have worse weather wherever they go next year cause you can't depend on it anywhere. After all, it weather.

But you also can't wet on my shoe and tell me it's sunshine and roses. We do look at the weather in DFW and see about a 10 degree improvement here. But a lot has gone into our planning for full time and that 10 degrees doesn't measure up. It is a good reminder that life has its ups and downs and seldom lives up to expectations, but who needs that really.

Personally - Don and I went to sushi lunch today - to Sam's and Walmart and a great day. Better if you happen to be a duck.

Stuffed tempura jalapeño - rainbow roll.
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I'm pretty sure this is one of your favorite types of food... Earlenes Super Fantastic Oyster Stuffing... Dog gone - Can we get fresh oysters in Hot Springs Tim ???
Will mountain oysters work? I bet there will be plenty available then as Spring is oyster season in Arkasas.
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Will mountain oysters work?
We will have a batch just for you and Tim Barb... how do you like yours - medium rare???
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Old 01-14-2015, 06:17 PM   #29813
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We will have a batch just for you and Tim Barb... how do you like yours - medium rare???
Don't knock em till you try em!
Actually not bad tasting once you get past what they are! I believe I'd choose them over some of that bait you eat!
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Don't knock em till you try em!
Actually not bad tasting once you get past what they are! I believe I'd choose them over some of that bait you eat!
You're telling me you will eat that... but sushi is bait. Son, I say son, is that a joke son... ?
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I'm not going to try to mention all of the RVMness that I have enjoyed catching up on this evening. Will simply say thanks for the yuks, wisdom, sillyness and Mutations! Y'all are a hoot, and I needed that.
We have returned from a 2-day round trip Yuma to Prescott Valley for a routine appointment, and brefast with my sisters this morning. Road weary but pleased to be "home".
Looking so much forward to GC1.2 and the fun. Kimono1.2 is charged, powered up, and ready to break new rules on it's way to revealing something truly nifty. (Sounds of RVMs catching their breath in anticipation).
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You're telling me you will eat that... but sushi is bait. Son, I say son, is that a joke son... ?
Deer camp I was in many years back always had a special meal on opening day. Bar-b-que Coon, fried Rattlesnake, wild Turkey and yes Mountain Oysters.
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Deer camp I was in many years back always had a special meal on opening day. Bar-b-que Coon, fried Rattlesnake, wild Turkey and yes Mountain Oysters.
'Splains alot.
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Deer camp I was in many years back always had a special meal on opening day. Bar-b-que Coon, fried Rattlesnake, wild Turkey and yes Mountain Oysters.

We camped and hunted deer in MN, Tim. Evenings we went to a pub, drank beer, and ate wings and deep fried (real) oysters.
Heard about the mountain variety.
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