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Old 02-09-2015, 09:02 AM   #31417
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'Mornin, Mutant fambly! Tip o the hat & top o the day to ye, one and all.

Morning in Naples (FL) today: mostly overcast w/showers predicted; woke late, showered, made tea and am now watching the ladies play shuffleboard across the road. They're so much quieter than the men!

Martin made coffee and took it back to bed. He'll be surfing along any minute now.

Shuffleboard is not my thang, but I want to try my hand at horseshoes. Does CL have a pitch? We know Dave and Nola have a shoe, ours is at the S&B, and Tim must have a leftover shoe or two from back in the day. Who plays the game?

Such an old fashioned game! Reminds me of family reunions on the farm, when the men all pitched horseshoes after dinner. (While the women cleaned up, and us kids all ran around making noise.) No working horses left by then, but the tradition was still strong.

Rambling on. Rain has begun. Run, ladies, run for cover! Shuffleboard on pause.
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Old 02-09-2015, 09:52 AM   #31418
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'Mornin, Mutant fambly! Tip o the hat & top o the day to ye, one and all.

Morning in Naples (FL) today: mostly overcast w/showers predicted; woke late, showered, made tea and am now watching the ladies play shuffleboard across the road. They're so much quieter than the men!

Martin made coffee and took it back to bed. He'll be surfing along any minute now.

Shuffleboard is not my thang, but I want to try my hand at horseshoes. Does CL have a pitch? We know Dave and Nola have a shoe, ours is at the S&B, and Tim must have a leftover shoe or two from back in the day. Who plays the game?

Such an old fashioned game! Reminds me of family reunions on the farm, when the men all pitched horseshoes after dinner. (While the women cleaned up, and us kids all ran around making noise.) No working horses left by then, but the tradition was still strong.

Rambling on. Rain has begun. Run, ladies, run for cover! Shuffleboard on pause.

Sue was considering horse shoes at the GC but was steering more toward things we could do under the pavilion with the full contingent of happy houring mutants cheering you on. The horse shoes would require ground that stakes could be driven into and more movement than even Exlax could provide! But any ideas of fun games send them to me. This will be a keep your own score Olympic event! Can't get any more mutant than that!

There will be cow chip tossing, bring your own gloves!
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Old 02-09-2015, 10:19 AM   #31419
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Ok, I've meet my quota on attachments on IRV2. How to I free up more space? Can I delete old attachments?
Make a photoshop account... it's free... upload your pictures onto it... it gives you the code to share... just click on the image [img] code and it copies it then paste it into your post and whalaa... picture appears when you post! It's not hard.
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Old 02-09-2015, 10:26 AM   #31420
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Perhaps the bean bag toss thing?
Egg toss would need to be on grass.
Do we need legal EPA clearance for chip tossing?
OTOH, I am a supporting member, so I have plenty of image posting capability, Mr Tim.
OTOH (the left one) I post this for the lounging RVM in Hawaii. I think you missed this one the 1st time I posted it, DOG!
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Old 02-09-2015, 10:54 AM   #31421
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Sue was considering horse shoes at the GC but was steering more toward things we could do under the pavilion with the full contingent of happy houring mutants cheering you on. The horse shoes would require ground that stakes could be driven into and more movement than even Exlax could provide! But any ideas of fun games send them to me. This will be a keep your own score Olympic event! Can't get any more mutant than that!



There will be cow chip tossing, bring your own gloves!

Similar to tossing things.... Can toss washers....
We used to do that cause my granddaddy got big washers from the trains......
Frisbee throw Both for accuracy and whatever....

Keep your own score? Lol Yea right.... Nope.... You give me the games, i will make a score boardClick image for larger version

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I think I need to cook up some bacon today... any suggestions on a meal to make with it?
I have found the need to squirrell some of it away into the freezer so it actually will last until the next shopping trip... as someone thinks he needs to consume it daily... and as it is not the pastured kind... not sure his cholesterol levels are going to tolerate the daily abuse....so... if I can put a little of his favorite flavor into some meals in small amounts...any idea cooks? What are your favorite recipes which include the amazing taste of bacon in moderation?
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Old 02-09-2015, 11:10 AM   #31423
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I think I need to cook up some bacon today... any suggestions on a meal to make with it?
I have found the need to squirrell some of it away into the freezer so it actually will last until the next shopping trip... as someone thinks he needs to consume it daily... and as it is not the pastured kind... not sure his cholesterol levels are going to tolerate the daily abuse....so... if I can put a little of his favorite flavor into some meals in small amounts...any idea cooks? What are your favorite recipes which include the amazing taste of bacon in moderation?

Just looking at ideas for grandkids.... Heart shaped grilled cheese and bacon sandwiches....
We do not eat meat every day for breakfast Our bacon is always a night meal as we eat cereal for breakfast.....

Love BLT, love bacon with eggs or pancakes, french toast etc. i rarely use bacon in a recipe because i want the bacon to itself..... But it is great on a fritata,

Another way i do use, is crumbled cooked bacon with grated cheddar, some onions, and mayo to hold it as a cheese ball....
But one step further, stuff mushroom caps and broil, or broil on a potato skin, So yummy....



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I think I need to cook up some bacon today... any suggestions on a meal to make with it?
I have found the need to squirrell some of it away into the freezer so it actually will last until the next shopping trip... as someone thinks he needs to consume it daily... and as it is not the pastured kind... not sure his cholesterol levels are going to tolerate the daily abuse....so... if I can put a little of his favorite flavor into some meals in small amounts...any idea cooks? What are your favorite recipes which include the amazing taste of bacon in moderation?

Strange coincidence!
I am cooking just a bit of bacon to put on GF english muffins with cream cheese. Bona petit, Marty and Bob!


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Old 02-09-2015, 11:16 AM   #31425
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Sue was considering horse shoes at the GC but was steering more toward things we could do under the pavilion with the full contingent of happy houring mutants cheering you on. The horse shoes would require ground that stakes could be driven into and more movement than even Exlax could provide! But any ideas of fun games send them to me. This will be a keep your own score Olympic event! Can't get any more mutant than that!



There will be cow chip tossing, bring your own gloves!

Tim, I put some thoughts onto the website the other day. Can you get to them or is that only seen by the Great Potentate?
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Old 02-09-2015, 11:23 AM   #31426
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Tim, I put some thoughts onto the website the other day. Can you get to them or is that only seen by the Great Potentate?
I need to check the Website mail. Will look later today. It's too nice today to mess with websites. Got up at 10 yippee! I really slept in today - first time since I don't know when.
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I need to check the Website mail. Will look later today. It's too nice today to mess with websites. Got up at 10 yippee! I really slept in today - first time since I don't know when.


Wow! guess you didn't get the worm then and got the Bacon instead! LOL!
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Ok, I've meet my quota on attachments on IRV2. How to I free up more space? Can I delete old attachments?
Most forums will allow you to delete attachments using the "manage attachments" option on the Reply to Post screen, but apparently iRV2 doesn't. So like Marty said, your best option is to sign up for a photo sharing website such as Photobucket, Picturetrail, etc. and upload your photos to there. You can then copy and paste the URL of the photo using the small yellow "mountain" icon at the top of the Reply to Post box.
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I've always been a night owl, so I excel at sleeping in.
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My dear RVMs, here is the first-out sample of our late-morning Om-Nom.
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I will not respond to the PMs, but it will give you time to wipe the baconitis drool from your chins.
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