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Old 03-08-2015, 07:40 AM   #827
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Good Morning and Happy Daylight Savings Time!
Your an hour late!

Gooodmorning, had a great wildlife supper at church last night, never really considered catfish wildlife!
There was Vinison and duck cooked in every conceivable dish also!
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Old 03-08-2015, 07:57 AM   #828
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Morning all, having first cup then getting moving loading up the MH! Going on our "Maiden Voyage" to meet our neighbors in Sebring, Fla. They have been there since Christmas in their Adventurer. Just hope i'm not overloaded with the tool i'm taking!LOL, Bobby
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Old 03-08-2015, 08:07 AM   #829
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Bobby,


You can never have too many tools. Maybe some day someone will make a towable garage for that purpose. Who knows!


29 this AM and looking to go up another 10. Sure looking forward to the weather. Have a safe trip to Florida.


Morning all and hope you enjoy your cup of coffee as much as I enjoyed mine. Thinking about French toast this am. Wish I had some bacon. :(


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Old 03-08-2015, 08:09 AM   #830
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Good Morning People's
Coffee is great this morning like usual.
Currently+34 Feels like +23
Going to be in the mid too upper 40ies
So Says our Weatherperson.
Better to have to may tool's than not enough.
I carrier 2 sets a 137 pcs and a 140 pcs. Not to mention Screw Drivers, and other specialty tools.
I hope you have a great trip and problem free. With all the work you have done there can't be much to go wrong.!!!!
Have a Great Sunday, And Great Travels,
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Good morning.
41 degrees and the sun is rising to a clear sky. It will be nearly 60 today.
I noticed the crocus and daffodils are coming up nicely. Spring is here!!
Coffee is hot & delish.

Oh my goodness Lynne!! No bacon!?!?!?! I never let my supply on hand fall below 2lbs.

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Husband does the shopping since he is retired and I still w--k. He won't forget again I hope. French toast was good with sausage, just not the same as bacon. Now I'm making a German chocolate cake for dinner today. Yum


Sun is out and blinding off the snow so no crocus's showing their heads. We still have about 8 inches or so around the house. Over 40 and climbing so should loose some of it. YAHOOOOOOOO!


Have a wonderful Sunday all, see you another time, Lynne
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Old 03-08-2015, 06:25 PM   #833
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Lynne,
That's my favorite, I have one every year for my birthday, that way it means more to me and makes the day something to look forward to.
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Frank,


I agree, I love German chocolate cake. I make a pretty fine Pina Colada too though. It is just way to rich to make for two people so wait for parties for that one. It won't be too long and the rhubarb will be coming up and then I will be making pies. Like it a little tart with vanilla ice cream. Makes me hungry just thinking about it.


Oh well, couple months and it will be baked. Have a great night, Lynne
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Old 03-09-2015, 07:26 AM   #835
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Smile Gooooooood Morning

Well, how can you tell spring is near. Daylight Savings Time. Yaaaaaaaaaa!!! Let spring, long days, and the fun begin. Going to try to get some work done on the deck today. We are in the process of enclosing it with windows. Will make a nice difference here in the Western Rockies when the cold north wind blows or when we have bug season. Beautiful morning. Clear, moon light, and 29 degrees. Suppose i'll have to run an errand into town for screws today. Oh Darn, "Harley Ride". :-) Hope everyone has a beautiful day.
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Old 03-09-2015, 07:56 AM   #836
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Ok here is my plan to help our northern brothers melt out from under the cold winter. Simply have Daylight Savings Time start in January! More Daylight, more melting! Now I'm so proud I thought of that!
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Lynne,
That's the way I like my Rhubarb pies too, tart is good.
Tim,
That's a good one, I'll have to remember that one.
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Woa! I heard someone say German Chocolate Cake?????

I'll be right over. I know you''re going to need help eating it.

I always have one for my Birthday as well.

Only problem is Melissa only bakes me a small one 4" big now, if she makes one for my Birthday at all.

I use the big pans if I make it!!!!!! My Daughter buys me one at the Grocery store! Yuck!

Coffee stinks this morning. I think I made that pot Saturday afternooon.
But I rarely throw it out. I just check it for something floating/ growing before I nuke it. I'm not a coffee conisour. A life time of Construction Trailer Coffee will do that to you.

We're going to be wet most of this week. So you guys NorthEast of here make sure your Dam's gates are open.
Does the term "Frog Strangler" mean anything?

We're hoping to get a little more water in our lakes. So we're tickeled about getting rain this early in the year. Most lakes in Texas are 12 feet low or more!

Oh and Good Morning All Ya'll!
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Good morning!

Coffee is hot and fresh. Help yourself.
Sun has not yet risen here in the west but it's already 41 degrees.
Will rise to nearly 60 all week but rain is coming Wednesday.

Never been a fan of rhubarb. No matter how much sugar you put with it, it leaves a bitter aftertaste in my mouth. DW has the same problem with spinach and kale if cooked but not when raw.

Have a rockin day folks
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Thanks Curtis , were chasing beavers off the front porch now with all this rain here in ne Texas.. Rigs ready to run but we are just exercising her ! Looking for something sunny and 75! Ya'll have a great day
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