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Old 12-30-2013, 11:40 PM   #9003
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Don, we are planning to go the motel route for our trip. You are correct it is not a good time to travel with 5er in tow.
I too love just about anything lemon, used to eat them with a bit of salt when much younger, doubt I could do that anymore. Lemon water is the best drink. Since I don't drink booze or sodas or beer or much of anything really besides coffee and water. It is part of my life change to try to be more conscious of what I consume. But I still eat bad stuff now and then. Just not as much as I used to.
Stay safe on your trip, sorry it couldn't be under happier circumstances.

Anything you eat must be in moderation. After all, ever hear about the rat that died when the scientist injected it with a pound of cheese?
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Old 12-30-2013, 11:49 PM   #9004
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I've been told that Norwegians eat their dessert first.

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I eat what I want, when I want.
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Old 12-30-2013, 11:51 PM   #9005
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I have got to get out to Vegas. Your DW is Mary (right) - she must be a great cook if you balance her cooking against retirement!
Right on both accounts

Mary it is and you are always welcome, as are all RVM's of course.

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Old 12-30-2013, 11:58 PM   #9006
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Cholesterol clogging the memory.

I always liked the quote (and don't know where I hears it) Life is too short for savory deserts.
Life is too short to skip dessert!
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Another milestone Muteys! Post # 9,000 and the last 1,000 in only a little less than 16 days, 23 hours. We are a talkative bunch, for sure!
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Norwegians eat dessert first. Are you a ... | #CruiseLikeaNorwegian

I eat what I want, when I want.
I am of Norwegian decent. I don't like seafood much. If I see the pie and ice cream first then the bacon and eggs come after. It all ends up in a pile in the stomach anyway.

Thinking about the ear wax thing made me wonder that if you put ear wax on your tires would dogs then just sniff your tires rather than pee on them.
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Thinking about the ear wax thing made me wonder that if you put ear wax on your tires would dogs then just sniff your tires rather than pee on them.
Too funny! But the reason I'd only have a female dog. They may have the same need to mark their territory, but at least their aim is much lower.
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Thinking about the ear wax thing made me wonder that if you put ear wax on your tires would dogs then just sniff your tires rather than pee on them.
Both. Sniff first, then pee. Isn't that what all male dogs do?
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Speaking of dogs liking their ear canals massaged. Our Female Jack that we lost last summer used to clean our little male Jack's ears for him. It was cute as heck every couple days he would sit down beside her and tilt his head and she would clean his ears. Now he comes to me and I massage his ears but I don't think it is the same for him. To clarify I use my finger, and I don't sniff it either.
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Both. Sniff first, then pee. Isn't that what all male dogs do?
Added benefit is that the wax will repel the pee!!
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Sadie's ears never get dirty and she has had only one tic in her 8 years. That was 7 1/2 years ago. I must have tic magnets next door.
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Sadie's ears never get dirty and she has had only one tic in her 8 years. That was 7 1/2 years ago. I must have tic magnets next door.
I had dog who had a litter of puppies, 4 black, 1 light tan. The tan puppy was covered in ticks one day and all the black pups had 2-3 ticks each. I treated them all and 2 weeks later the same distribution of ticks. I was happy that they all soon found good homes.

Do ticks prefer light hair? I know Sena does. Maybe Sadie's coloring is protecting her from ticks?
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She's a black and tan. Mostly black, though. The one I did find was in her outer ear.
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