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Old 06-26-2016, 09:44 PM   #56379
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I can bring my pasta cutter if you want to have 2 going - just let me know.

Is yours hand crank? I have attachments for kitchen aid mixer, but usually dont bring it..... But if we want to do pasta i can..... Sure makes mixing it a snap.......
I have hand crank in RV, since i got the attachments......

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Old 06-27-2016, 07:22 AM   #56380
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Tim, Tim, Tim... This is Fredricksburg... not the great Northeast adventure about which we are discussing foods/activities for thought ....
Just stirring the pot Marty. Sounds like Fredricksburg will be carb lovers paradise! Do wish we could make it, but alas, we will enjoy LOBSTAH!
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Old 06-27-2016, 09:32 AM   #56384
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Beautiful Black Hills, SD

Crazy Horse, still under construction--guess I'll miss the completed monument. I estimate another 50 years (there are 11 men, currently working full time) with a few more summer part-timers. Some people feed donkeys, others see the Monuments.
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Crazy Horse model...the completed monument in about 50 years (my estimate).
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Crazy Horse, still under construction--guess I'll miss the completed monument. I estimate another 50 years (there are 11 men, currently working full time) with a few more summer part-timers. Some people feed donkeys, others see the Monuments.
I was at Crazy Horse 5 years ago and the opening wasn't there. Given the HUGE scope of the project and the fact that they are not receiving any government or corporate funding, i am amazed that that much progress has been made.
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$11 a person entry plus masses of touristy trinkets, food etc, it's more of a commercial venture.
Having said that the historical exhibits and the movie were very interesting and edifying.
Going to see it up close today in a whirlybird along with Mt Rushmore and Black Hills
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Look at all that hair! She's a cutie.
Tim probably cut some of his off and taped it on GD.

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Crazy Horse, still under construction--guess I'll miss the completed monument. I estimate another 50 years (there are 11 men, currently working full time) with a few more summer part-timers. Some people feed donkeys, others see the Monuments.
Been there seen that, but asses for the masses.

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Crazy Horse model...the completed monument in about 50 years (my estimate).
Not to sure about it being completed in 50 years. It has been in the works now for over 60 years. Started around 1948

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Yes, it will take many years, but IMHO--no problem that it is not a Federal tax funded project. They need to talk some of the Silicon Valley Socialists Billionaires into funding the whole project (more worthwhile than their trying to "guide" America's future.
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Is yours hand crank? I have attachments for kitchen aid mixer, but usually dont bring it..... But if we want to do pasta i can..... Sure makes mixing it a snap.......
I have hand crank in RV, since i got the attachments......

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I have a hand crank and always have one of my kitchen aids in the RV. You can use mine all you want. It's a permanent fixture in there lol.
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So here's what we replaced. Our deer camp digs!

Now there's room for Mary, son and GS!
Hopin' y'all gonna put some heavy duty piers under this "deer stand" so it don't end up like the other one.





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