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Old 08-31-2015, 03:25 PM   #43359
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Yesterday Sena and I drove to Issaquah, WA to visit Papaw Steve. Mary Ann was away on a girls weekend and we missed not seeing her. It was really nice to get some mutant hugs!

Sadly a bad pic commemorates a fun event. Neither Steve or I had a selfie stick. That explains the strained look on my face as I tried to stretch my arm far enough to get us both in. Sena declined an invitation to join us.

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Color me JEALOUS... Wish I could have visited Seattle area to see you & my cousins... maybe next time...

You both look GREAT & glad you were able to visit..
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Old 08-31-2015, 03:27 PM   #43360
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Martin..... Larry said when he lived in Whitstable they used jellied eels for bait... If you see him, 25 years younger or 45 years younger say hello.... His son and grands.... Yep Ziemski.... Tell Sue to try the watercolorist again...



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Old 08-31-2015, 04:07 PM   #43362
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Peppercorns?The latter gives off more aura.
Any relation to the glowing Unicorn gracing this thread?

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Jellied eels, or what Martin calls Eels in Aspic (sounds posh, doesn't it?), a description follows for those who are interested. Look away now if you don't wanna know!

The aspic is basically a gelled clear salty (sea?) water. The eels themselves are like small fish steaks, crosswise cut into inch thick slices with the skin on. The meat is white, soft, and fine textured, sort of sweetly salty. The skin is softer, almost gelatinous.

My little pot of half a dozen pieces was enough for a good seaside snack. Crazy about them? No, I guess not, but I liked them well enough to repeat some other time. Maybe with a skinful of likker, I might feel differently.... Possum?


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Martin..... Larry said when he lived in Whitstable they used jellied eels for bait... If you see him, 25 years younger or 45 years younger say hello.... His son and grands.... Yep Ziemski.... Tell Sue to try the watercolorist again...



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In a way I agree with Larry. I liken sushi to bait also. You never did say what Larry's brother Larry says about the jellied eels.

Recently I am seeing commercials about some spray for your nostrils that is supposed to emulate the nasal clearing ability of the salt spray in the air near oceans. Don't believe it works at least for me as I am constantly suffering from plugged sinuses and I live on the west coast close to the Pacific Ocean. .
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So, OK. I was busy enjoying myself at the wedding and I think I might have taken one. Bob took pictures of the view that the wedding happened against. So, I stole a pic of my baby sis and her little family and mother in law off Facebook for ya....the one I took was of the car...I was amused by the soda bottles. Behind it. When I was young, folks saved a few tin cans to attach back there.
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Old 08-31-2015, 04:59 PM   #43365
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So, OK. I was busy enjoying myself at the wedding and I think I might have taken one. Bob took pictures of the view that the wedding happened against. So, I stole a pic of my baby sis and her little family and mother in law off Facebook for ya....the one I took was of the car...I was amused by the soda bottles. Behind it. When I was young, folks saved a few tin cans to attach back there.
Nice, Marty. Very nice.
Looks like a happy couple!
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Nice, Marty. Very nice.
Looks like a happy couple!
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... Today eggs are good for us. Yesterday, not so much. Tomorrow who knows. I like eggs and eat them often, with bacon of course.


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I do not like them, Sam-I-am.
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Old 08-31-2015, 06:33 PM   #43368
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Sue, Di, et al...just pokin ya about the salt lamp. And I NEEEEED one.
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It gets busier on the Western end. Saw about 40 vehicles today! The "scenic road" stature is true, and the grades up/down were easy.
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Sue, all I could envision when thinking "jellied eels" was "Gummy Worms."
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