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Old 02-25-2018, 01:51 PM   #74159
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Old 02-25-2018, 02:03 PM   #74160
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You did it w/o waiting for proper (that is to say Mutant) advice & stupervision? Well there's a fine howdy do!

What's it, lime & water only? You see, I'm not old enough.
I was curious, too, Sue so I asked Google -

Mix 2 cups of salt with 1 gallon of warm water and stir to dissolve the salt. Add 6 to 8 cups of hydrated lime to the salt water. Mix well until the lime is dissolved. The mixture should be thinner than traditional paint.

Sounds easy, peasy and cheap!
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I used to help my uncle white wash his dairy barn. He mixed it and I got to apply it. I still remember how messy it was.
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Nola and I had lunch with Nissa, RVM61, at the Barley Hound in downtown Prescott!
Sue and Martin, here are pics of Scotch Eggs, Duck Tacos.
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You did it w/o waiting for proper (that is to say Mutant) advice & stupervision? Well there's a fine howdy do!

What's it, lime & water only? You see, I'm not old enough!

Didja get the elevator installed? The disco ball? The automatic pooper-scoopers?
Barb got it right, Hydrated Lime, not garden lime, salt and water. No elivator but one good looking ramp!

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I was curious, too, Sue so I asked Google -

Mix 2 cups of salt with 1 gallon of warm water and stir to dissolve the salt. Add 6 to 8 cups of hydrated lime to the salt water. Mix well until the lime is dissolved. The mixture should be thinner than traditional paint.

Sounds easy, peasy and cheap!
And the thin mixture goes everywhere! Super messy!

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I used to help my uncle white wash his dairy barn. He mixed it and I got to apply it. I still remember how messy it was.
Slick did y'all just do the interior or the exterior too. Can't imagine the mixture I used lasting long in rain or snow.
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Nola and I had lunch with Nissa, RVM61, at the Barley Hound in downtown Prescott!
Sue and Martin, here are pics of Scotch Eggs, Duck Tacos.

The pictures caught my eye before the poster's name did, but I knew they had to be yours. So, lunch was undoubtedly fun, but how were those eggs & tacos? Vee haf vays of making dese tings, doncha know! Vell, dose eggs, anyvays.
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Barb got it right, Hydrated Lime, not garden lime, salt and water. No elivator but one good looking ramp!



And the thin mixture goes everywhere! Super messy!



Slick did y'all just do the interior or the exterior too. Can't imagine the mixture I used lasting long in rain or snow.
Just the interior. I did that a couple times and then a guy came around with a spray unit on a truck and would do it real cheap so I didn't have to do it anymore.
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The pictures caught my eye before the poster's name did, but I knew they had to be yours. So, lunch was undoubtedly fun, but how were those eggs & tacos? Vee haf vays of making dese tings, doncha know! Vell, dose eggs, anyvays.


We thot youse mite no sumpthin!
What we had:
scotch egg: duck sausage, soft boiled egg, root beer, sambal aioli

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OK, time to head off to Clearwater Beach (#1), hope all you mutants have a lovely day!


How was your beach day, Carl? Sunburn, windburn, golden tan? Bike on beach? How close are You?

We did have a lovely sunny day here, thanks. One of our new neighbors makes knives as a hobby, using all sorts of materials ... hacksaw blades, deer antlers, leather, copper. As a special request, he made me a specialized basketry tool called a fid, which looks almost like an oyster knife, except blunt, used to open up spaces in my weaving when they are needed.

What he used as a base is part of a ring wrench he found at a flea market yesterday. The ring is wrapped in leather cord for the handle with a hanging loop at the end, and the wrench's central bar is machined down for a blade. It works perfectly, and it's also cool that it was handmade specially for me.

It was a good day on the sand, even if we can't hear the ocean from here. And no no-see-ums either.
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OK guys, here's the place to go to, as recommended by DD. The Duck and Waffle restaurant 40 floors up in the sky in the City of London. The roast duck leg and waffle came highly recommended. Will try this next trip. Just drool over the menu - prices are in pounds.
https://duckandwaffle.com
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OK guys, here's the place to go to, as recommended by DD. The Duck and Waffle restaurant 40 floors up in the sky in the City of London. The roast duck leg and waffle came highly recommended. Will try this next trip. Just drool over the menu - prices are in pounds.
https://duckandwaffle.com


That idea is superb, Martin!
However, the Duck and Waffle are beyond (FAR beyond) our reach.
However , Sue has ways has a way to make faraway recipes come alive in any continent! Like Eton Mess.
So, I hope we can get together and mess around!
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