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Old 09-28-2013, 06:48 PM   #3949
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Barb if we could have site 119 that would be great. We will bring lots of bacon and jalapeņos and some Kansas homemade bread, and enough Kansas grown beefsteaks for everybody.
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Old 09-28-2013, 07:00 PM   #3950
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BTW - Marty Submitted a logo entry!!
NO NO... it was an idea for an entry... for someone else to pretty up a bit!Goodness, I cut and pasted that the old time way and wrote on it with marker!
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Old 09-28-2013, 07:17 PM   #3951
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My aunt always says she pities the dog who accosts her big fluffy dog. Always forget the name, but they are white and fluffy, live with the sheep and are bred to kill wolves if they attack the herd. Heavy coat makes it hard for a bite to hurt them. Good kid dogs too.
Great Pyrenese. There is a flock near me with three of them. They live with the sheep and it is very hard to spot them! Komondores, the ones with the coats that look like dreadlocks and you can't tell one end from the other, are also used to guard sheep.
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Old 09-28-2013, 07:27 PM   #3952
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I actually think the quoted rate at CL is quite a bargain -- given all that they have to offer.

I'd like to see us do 3, maybe 4 pot luck meals while we're there. Not the organized, sign up sheet type, but a true "surprise, look at what's on the table", pot luck. If there's nothing you like, sneak home and raid your own frig. After all, we are mutants, right?

I can see at least 2 meals having 12 dishes with bacon and 5 with jalepenos.
Yes... oh and I have habaneros sitting in my fridge... what could I make with those ya'll scarf up?
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Old 09-28-2013, 07:30 PM   #3953
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Barb if we could have site 119 that would be great. We will bring lots of bacon and jalapeņos and some Kansas homemade bread, and enough Kansas grown beefsteaks for everybody.
You got it#119
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Old 09-28-2013, 07:34 PM   #3954
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Ok Timarti, I give up, what is it ?

Also I have some I wish to share as well,

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Cheers !!!!
Is that an Argiope or yellow striped garden spider?
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Is that an Argiope or yellow striped garden spider?
Hey Barb !!

Well to be honest with you I havent an idea what it is, we were off the Bloody Basin Rd near the Pueblo la Plata which was some stone Indian ruins, and as Marcia and I were walking back to the site, Marcia saw that monster just off to the right of the path. With its legs spread out hanging onto its web it was about the size of a dollar bill folded in half length ways. And it was so well camouflaged I wasnt even sure I could get a good pic at all, I take it you found it ok.

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gentle giants they are... my boys used to toss grasshoppers into their webs for them... grew them up big. Also they would touch her on her back and she would swing her web back and forth...gave them a cheap thrill....LOL
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How about I cut the difference and chose 109 about half way down the line between grand poohbah and KSCrude...
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Time out on the Grand Curiosity for a moment. Do we have any Harley Riders coming to the Curiosity? Been discussing with DW about some of the things that might not come up on the "what's to do in central Arkansas"
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Looks like we can't register online as the sites are blocked off... will have to call them I guess. Say when please.
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How about I cut the difference and chose 109 about half way down the line between grand poohbah and KSCrude...
Okay Marty 109 it is!
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Time out on the Grand Curiosity for a moment. Do we have any Harley Riders coming to the Curiosity? Been discussing with DW about some of the things that might not come up on the "what's to do in central Arkansas"
Not a harley rider, but DH was thinking about bringing the power parachute... would give rides I'm sure if the weather is conducive and you aren't over #250. (I think it is a bit like riding a harley in the sky....LOL!)
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