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Old 02-26-2015, 08:19 AM   #32817
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Ahhh...

Martin tells me that Butter Coffee is the hot new fad in England. Add both butter and coconut oil to your brew. Supposed to gentle the caffeine jolt and lower the sugar craving. Still ...

It must be an acquired taste!
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Old 02-26-2015, 08:19 AM   #32818
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R U an RV Mutant too?

Was 42 when I got up at 6.
The dawns early light and all that, plus a chorus of furnaces blowing, a rise and fall again and again, crescendos like diesels at an FJ, only hushed.
And coffee now
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Old 02-26-2015, 08:21 AM   #32819
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Wish you two were here with us. You and Annie could spend hours in the Coastal Winds Gift Shop...

Couldn't we just! Is there a spouses' bench outside?
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Old 02-26-2015, 08:22 AM   #32820
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Is that whiskey on the left?



You retired guys! Sheesh!

That's what I thought too, till I zoomed in to clear up the question!
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Old 02-26-2015, 08:27 AM   #32821
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If the wind we had at GC 1.0 was a breeze, my Momma was Sonja Henie, and that "breeze" woulda blown her tutu off.
Tornado winds can do that kinda stuff. Steve's hat blew out, a few papers flew away, but Di's son lost part of his roofs and his neighbor lost his WHOLE HOUSE.

But remember to do what most of us did. We held onto Wayne, he's our anchor, one way & another!!!
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That's what I thought too, till I zoomed in to clear up the question!
Starbucks Vanilla is my sweet addition. Little splash will do you. And just a swirl of 1/2 and 1/2... I use strong coffee and don't want to bruise it - just mellow it a bit. When I use the French Press it is really heaven. But Annie likes the ease of the Mr. Coffee. French Press grounds with no garbage disposal is less than optimal. Still - don't have one don't miss it... much. Lol.
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Tornado winds can do that kinda stuff. Steve's hat blew out, a few papers flew away, but Di's son lost part of his roofs and his neighbor lost his WHOLE HOUSE.

But remember to do what most of us did. We held onto Wayne, he's our anchor, one way & another!!!
His roundness does come in handy at times!

Annie had a brand new 2 gallon sun tea jar - full of tea blown right off the serving line. That was 16+ pounds blown off a table to give an idea of what blew through the pavilion that afternoon.

As I recall a tornado hit a nearby town with tragic results. Mother nature at her least favorable.

And then as quickly as the storm had arrived, the wind and rain vanished. Ropelight Gulch was again eerily quite. Our thoughts quickly turned from the mystery of mother nature to the more pressing matter of who killed....

Murder at Ropelight Gulch
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Well I've had my coffee, got to head into town to stock up again. Several days of being snowed in is starting to show in cupboards!

Here is my sons latest project, sanding, patching and painting. New axles in next week! Problem is, unlike stretching fence, where you stop at dark, we tend to go well into the night.
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^^^^ Tim - what is wrong with you son... this is a family friendly thread... oh the humanity.
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^^^^ Tim - what is wrong with you son... this is a family friendly thread... oh the humanity.
There will be no questions need be ask at the GC when I finally get to kick up my heals!

GC news, Mary found her Grass Skirt and Coconuts! Who knew grass would shrink! And the coconuts, well let's just say it looks like a Wardrobe Malfunction waiting to happen! Lol

But I've got my Luau shirt ready!
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There will be no questions need be ask at the GC when I finally get to kick up my heals!



GC news, Mary found her Grass Skirt and Coconuts! Who knew grass would shrink! And the coconuts, well let's just say it looks like a Wardrobe Malfunction waiting to happen! Lol



But I've got my Luau shirt ready!

Tim, Nola and I will both be skirted and shirted. U gonna be a wus? (Bock-bock)
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Well I've had my coffee, got to head into town to stock up again. Several days of being snowed in is starting to show in cupboards!

Here is my sons latest project, sanding, patching and painting. New axles in next week! Problem is, unlike stretching fence, where you stop at dark, we tend to go well into the night.

Massive project! Does son plan on being snowed in the rest of the winter?
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Tim, Nola and I will both be skirted and shirted. U gonna be a wus? (Bock-bock)

Skirted and shirted here, but that's just me.
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Massive project! Does son plan on being snowed in the rest of the winter?

He hopes to, me thinks. Tinker with iron or pound posts. Hmmmm
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