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Old 12-21-2015, 08:44 PM   #3263
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BAP , I appreciate your encouragement, it is a 3-4 year long project to get it done right, could have done it here at home but my neighbors would have cried when I emptied the garage on the lawn to do it, LOL! Have a Great Holiday! Bobby
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Old 12-21-2015, 09:42 PM   #3264
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Good Evening gang,
We had 1 cold night into the low 40's then 2nd night down to the upper 40's, now 71* going to mid 80's tomorrow, Christmas day is going to be near 90*.
Bobby,
Nice job on the prepping the Dodge, you are doing a great job.
Wish you all were down here to share this Holiday season. We are going to have a lot more people than normal, so it is going to be quite a day.
Travel safely, those that are out on the road, and enjoy your families all.
Frank
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Old 12-21-2015, 11:27 PM   #3265
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Good Morning Everyone! Coffee very good today!
It has been a little cool here in the mornings, getting down in the 50's at night! Everyone around here are wearing jacket and coats, hat's and gloves! So used to the hot I guess!
Frank, OH MY! 40's?!!
Bobby, I agree with Curtis, and farm out to friends for the body work, I just am no good at that! Great job, and will show when done!
Popeye, X-2 on what Curtis said!!!!
Curtis, Happy Birthday to Melissa! Enjoy the San Antonio weather and food!! Wow!
Steve, nice newsletter! Glad you are getting your "Sunchaser" lined out! I bet the motor swap was fun?
Lloyd, thanks, yeah, the propane genny thing in a diesel coach is no good!
A lot of people don't think about that till they run out of propane in the middle of the night when it is cold out! Diesel genny's are so much better, last longer, (10 times as long ) and run off the big diesel tank!
Everyone have a great day, and have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
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Old 12-22-2015, 07:10 AM   #3266
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Morning!

Lots of rain today, warm but wet. 60's... We are headed to mid 70's by Christmas.

Got my concrete done yesterday, sore today. Next time someone point out that the mixer and supplies should go on the highest point in the yard. I made i don't know how many trips up that hill yesterday with a wheel barrow full of cement. Ugh!

Frank, 40's where you are is cold!! It was pretty much cold here on Saturday. With a wind that cut right through.

No response from the other coach ad Rail. I never understood why people advertise stuff for sale without a price? Sooner or later it is data the buyer needs.

Bobby, I used to do bodywork. Looking like you got it covered. Yes, your neighbors would have been in tears if you did that. LOL

Have a great day all!

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Old 12-22-2015, 07:55 AM   #3267
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Morning,
40 degrees going up too 70 today.
Coffee is very tasty,
We are staying put here @ Joes brothers place in Oklahoma City until the day after Christmas then hitting the road out to Quartzsite.
His brother is retired also so he took us for a ride on parts of Hwy 66 yep I never thought that would happen. We crossed the river on a old steel 2 lane bridge, Pretty cool.
Then it was off to see the "Express Clydesdales Ranch" but we arrived too late to see them so he is taking us back today. He took us to a Historical spot that the cattle baron's (chrisman cattle) (sp) used to load up there cattle back in the day man are they black too. Even got to see a few long horn's man those are some long horns. The fencing is made out of steel piping full of cement and then cable in-between the posts. It will last for decades I'm sure. Came back to the house for a pulled Pork Dinner, Yum
I don't think it can get any better with the exception of having to listen to that dang dog I swear he barks all day long.
I'm also listening to my Radio channel from back home, man the things that are being done nowadays "WOW"
The MH got pretty dirty on the way here so I found a self service car/truck wash ,so tomorrow it gets a bath.
Sounds like everybody is real busy,
Every one have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
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throw a huge can of peanut butter to the dog........lol
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Old 12-22-2015, 10:57 AM   #3269
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^ ^ ^ Good idea, we have 2 extra jar's Sorry PETA
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Old 12-22-2015, 11:22 AM   #3270
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Morning Everyone;
Sun is shining, temperature is -12C or about 10F. Went out to put a battery charger on the diesel. Left the batteries in because I knew we were coming home.

Finished my gift purchases yesterday. Could not find anything that I liked so did not buy my Christmas gift. Probably been bad anyway so all works out.

Considering brining the turkey. We regularly brine and then grill (smoke) but the grill is put away so the turkey would be done in the oven. Any comments?

Forecast is for flurries for the next few days. Right now the ground is nice and white. Filled the bird feeders to the brim and there are lots of holiday snackers coming round.

Enough rambling for the moment.

Hope everyone has a blessed Christmas no matter where you are. Merry Christmas everyone.
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Sounds good Gordon, Enjoy I and back @ ya,
I hear thru the grape vine (sotaspeak) its snowing in Mpls.
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Old 12-22-2015, 01:13 PM   #3272
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43* and raining here in East Coast Alaska supposed to be 60s by Thursday. If I didn't know better, I'd start calling it Maine again but I'm sure in less than a month East Coast Alaska will be very appropriate !

Gordon
My 91 yr old mom swears by those baking bags for turkey , even the cheap ones come out moist and yummy !
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Thanks Popeye;
Never tried one. Janet has a big roaster that does very well. I just threw out the brine idea because that is what we do when we do a turkey on the grill and add some smoke.
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Gordon, X2 on the bag Eleanor uses them whenever she does a turkey.
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Old 12-22-2015, 03:31 PM   #3275
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Has Eleanor ever brined a turkey before inserting it into the bag? I wonder how much the brine will affect the stuffing or will it do anything to the stuffing at all.

We really like stuffing so generally have a slow cooker with some as well. Apparently you call it stuffing in the bird and dressing if made outside the bird. Who knew it would be so complicated. Anyway the dressing recipe Janet uses is quite good and it is hard to tell the difference between the two.
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Gordon, when Eleanor comes home I will find out how she does it.
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