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Old 02-09-2015, 01:42 PM   #31445
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Hmmm. I guess the next time I cook greens I'll go outside and get hub's hammock out of the shed. As much as I love bacon, I'm not wild about boiling it. I have been known to put a bit into various veggies to add a bit o'flavor, though.
We get it par cooked and it to the greens and beans to finish off and add it's goodness. Not crisp but not wimpy either...

Hammocks are delicious.
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Old 02-09-2015, 01:51 PM   #31446
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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 boardAttachment 85657





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That's a deal! I'll get with you on the games I have already and we can work something out!
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My mamma always had a jar of bacon grease in the fridgerator and put a spoon of it in all sorts of vegetables. Jenny and I always liked that, specially on Sundays. Preacher said it was the best and final essense of a good pig.
And that's all I have to say about that.

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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.
Thanks Marty, now how do you make a photoshop account? Is that separate from IRV2?
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Possibly bad news Suspinz. We're 150 miles north of you and it started raining at least 3 hours ago and looks like an "all dayer" to me. Haven't checked the radar so hopefully this is heading more east than it is south.

Two days til a min-C with Barb and Sena. Hope the rainy weather really blows out of this area.

Suspinz, look for a park performer by the name of Jimmy Smith. Does a show entitled, "The Legends". By far one of the best shows we've seen. He's all over Florida doing shows. He was at Pigeon Forge for several years. Friends of ours hired him 10 years ago for one of his first paid gigs in Indianapolis. His Roy Orbison, Elvis, Conway Twitty, Neil Diamond, and others is very well done.
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Old 02-09-2015, 02:08 PM   #31450
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I've always been a night owl and an early riser.

Even when I feel like I do this morning after the festivities of last night!

Slow movin.....Maui style!
I was also a night owl and early riser when I worked for a livin'. Now that I'm busy being unemployed I sleep as late as I want. Thankfully my better half is not a breakfast eater so I don't have to get up to see him off to work, lol.

Speaking of which, this is his last week of working; retirement is looming.
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I was also a night owl and early riser when I worked for a livin'. Now that I'm busy being unemployed I sleep as late as I want. Thankfully my better half is not a breakfast eater so I don't have to get up to see him off to work, lol.

Speaking of which, this is his last week of working; retirement is looming.
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Speaking of which, this is his last week of working; retirement is looming.
Sarah,

I hope you aren't ready for him to go back to work by this time next week. After so many years working will your DH know how to enjoy retirement?
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I hope you aren't ready for him to go back to work by this time next week. After so many years working will your DH know how to enjoy retirement?
Hey Barb. I'm thinking that he will be a busy guy and not under my feet very much. His mother lives across town and he spends a lot of time helping take care of her place since she is 78 and slowing down. Our youngest son is a building contractor and I'm thinking DH will be up in his business more than mine.

I'm the type who can pick up a book (or get on the internet) and waste most of the day. He is the total opposite and goes full speed ahead at all times. I hope he doesn't regret retiring, but I think he will love it when he gets into a new routine. He is 59 and has been working for the same company for nearly 39 years! It's time to get the heck outta there.
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My mamma always had a jar of bacon grease in the fridgerator and put a spoon of it in all sorts of vegetables. Jenny and I always liked that, specially on Sundays. Preacher said it was the best and final essense of a good pig.
And that's all I have to say about that.

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Are you sure you only have one... ???
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