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DrafterX Offline
#401 Posted:
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I could sure use some catfishes about now.. Mellow
rfenst Offline
#402 Posted:
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Hey, guys.

Where have you all been?
Sunoverbeach Offline
#403 Posted:
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Gone fishin'
Gene363 Offline
#404 Posted:
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One time I had some catfish that was pretty good. During a corporate quality audit of the Palo Verde nuclear site in the middle of nowhere Arizona. Well, it is close to Buckeye where GmCooper lives, I think. Anyway, we stayed at the man camp they built there for craft workers. They did have excellent food and one night they served fried catfish, pretty tasty.
deadeyedick Offline
#405 Posted:
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Iffn I’m not mistaken Palo Verde’s the largest nuclear site in the nation. About 50 miles west of Phoenix. I think Cooper lives next-door.
frankj1 Offline
#406 Posted:
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saw blue(?) catfish at the market recently but figgered TLC wouldn't go for it.
I'm a pretty adventurous eater so would have taken a shot.
I don't fry fish but mighta tried a quick 15/20 minute bake at 400 wif lemon. garlic, etc.
Prolly some asparagus wif the same seasoning on the same parchment lined pan.

I do that wif rainbow trout and the catfish looked kinda thin like the trout.
rfenst Offline
#407 Posted:
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deadeyedick wrote:
Iffn I’m not mistaken Palo Verde’s the largest nuclear site in the nation. About 50 miles west of Phoenix. I think Cooper lives next-door.

He gives it glowing reviews,
MACS Offline
#408 Posted:
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Mornin' dudes...
8trackdisco Offline
#409 Posted:
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Mornin’.

Dog walk next, then packing for an overnight in God’s Country.

Forecast for tubing the river- sunny, light breeze and 83.

Getting some Mother Nature Love after enduring last week’s Saturday night monsoon.
deadeyedick Offline
#410 Posted:
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Morning folks. Headed back to the valley this morning. It’s been nice cool and rainy all week in the mountains but almost the whole state has been unusually cool and rainy.
MACS Offline
#411 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
Mornin’.

Dog walk next, then packing for an overnight in God’s Country.

Forecast for tubing the river- sunny, light breeze and 83.

Getting some Mother Nature Love after enduring last week’s Saturday night monsoon.


Yeah, but the river should be a little higher and flowing a bit better, right?

I recall a float down that river and a bright red sunburn... ooof.d'oh!
Ram27 Offline
#412 Posted:
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Hello.....






......goodbye.
MACS Offline
#413 Posted:
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Dog park... different variety. This one was wooded with lots of trails and a pond. Guess who went swimming?

Not me.

Guess who has a truck with a sandy back seat?

Me. d'oh!
corey sellers Offline
#414 Posted:
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Afternoon gents
deadeyedick Offline
#415 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
Dog park... different variety. This one was wooded with lots of trails and a pond. Guess who went swimming?

Not me.

Guess who has a truck with a sandy back seat?

Me. d'oh!


I thought you said he didn't like the water. Sounds like he is a salamander ... er... waterdog after all.
danmdevries Offline
#416 Posted:
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Woke up around 0230 and couldn't find my way back to sleep. Rummaged through the freezer and dug out some thick pork chops and 2 slabs of back ribs. But then I fell asleep around 0800. Wife woke me up at noon and I immediately put the meats on the smoker. Probly won't be done for dinnertime
Sunoverbeach Offline
#417 Posted:
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Insomnia has never lead me to start cooking. You're an interesting one, danm
DrafterX Offline
#418 Posted:
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TW whacks off... Mellow
Gene363 Offline
#419 Posted:
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Good Saturday Afternoon! It was hot and it rained, but only after our match was finished. I came in third in the factory classification, not bad for an old fart.
DrafterX Offline
#420 Posted:
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Congrats..!! Laugh
Gene363 Offline
#421 Posted:
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DrafterX wrote:
Congrats..!! Laugh


Thanks!fog
Ram27 Offline
#422 Posted:
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Congratulations Gene making the 500 proud. fog
MACS Offline
#423 Posted:
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deadeyedick wrote:
I thought you said he didn't like the water. Sounds like he is a salamander ... er... waterdog after all.


He won't jump in a pool. If he can wade in, like at the beach or a pond, he will. Doesn't like the hose. Not a fan of baths, but tolerates them.

He's weird.
danmdevries Offline
#424 Posted:
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Insomnia has never lead me to start cooking. You're an interesting one, danm


It's my go-to bored activity.

Yesterday I got up around 0400 peeled n shredded some taters, poachedd eggs, grilled peppers n onions, fried bacon, grill toasted French bread and piled it all together for breffist.
DrafterX Offline
#425 Posted:
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Damn..!! Good buddy..!! Did you win da MegaMillions..?? Huh
Gene363 Offline
#426 Posted:
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Ram27 wrote:
Congratulations Gene making the 500 proud. fog



Thanks! fog
BuckyB93 Offline
#427 Posted:
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Sliced up some cucumbers (pretty bountiful harvest so far re: cukes). Used a mandolin for the first couple but ended up taking a sliver of my thumb with it. Went back to just using a knife and cutting board.

Cukes, diced red onion, red wine vinegar, bit of of salt, pepper, sugar and a palm full of dill weed. Toss around and let marinade in the fridge.
DrafterX Offline
#428 Posted:
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Slap them on some rye with some cream cheese... ThumpUp
Sunoverbeach Offline
#429 Posted:
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Drafter, there's a PIB patiently waiting for you
DrafterX Offline
#430 Posted:
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Don't need one... send it to Ram... but thanks.. Mellow
Sunoverbeach Offline
#431 Posted:
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You're going to make Delta cry
Gene363 Offline
#432 Posted:
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BuckyB93 wrote:
Sliced up some cucumbers (pretty bountiful harvest so far re: cukes). Used a mandolin for the first couple but ended up taking a sliver of my thumb with it. Went back to just using a knife and cutting board.

Cukes, diced red onion, red wine vinegar, bit of of salt, pepper, sugar and a palm full of dill weed. Toss around and let marinade in the fridge.


Perfect hot weather food.
frankj1 Offline
#433 Posted:
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rfenst wrote:
He gives it glowing reviews,

thought you slipped that one past the wurd guys, eh?
HA!
Sunoverbeach Offline
#434 Posted:
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The wurd guys were amused
frankj1 Offline
#435 Posted:
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truth
danmdevries Offline
#436 Posted:
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Sunday Sunday Sunday
MACS Offline
#437 Posted:
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danmdevries wrote:
It's my go-to bored activity.

Yesterday I got up around 0400 peeled n shredded some taters, poachedd eggs, grilled peppers n onions, fried bacon, grill toasted French bread and piled it all together for breffist.


I won't say it's my go to bored activity, but I have been known to fire up the smoker when I get bored. Probably because it's a beer drinkin' chore. Ya know?

Note to self... buy a new smoker and new grill.
Sunoverbeach Offline
#438 Posted:
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Morning, peoples. Continuing prepping walls and trim for painting, once I'm informed of the final color choice anyway
Ram27 Offline
#439 Posted:
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Four Thirty NEIN..............Brick wall



Welcome Sunday !
Gene363 Offline
#440 Posted:
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Good Sunday Morning! It's 83° on the way to 95° today.

DrafterX Offline
#441 Posted:
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Cool Dudes....


rain this morning.. good thing...
deadeyedick Offline
#442 Posted:
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About 80/98 here today and another chance for rain. We got a good storm last night and just spent about 90 minutes cleaning up and servicing the pool.

I see the national high Friday was Medford OR at 112. Gotta be global warming run amok.
Sunoverbeach Offline
#443 Posted:
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Haven't heard from Z in a bit. Maybe he evaporated
Palama Offline
#444 Posted:
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Haven't heard from Z in a bit. Maybe he evaporated


OR, he got lured into a van by the river? Gonz
8trackdisco Offline
#445 Posted:
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Great day on the river, evening around the fire, with better people.
deadeyedick Offline
#446 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
Great day on the river, evening around the fire, with better people.


Ya fit right in then ya big galoot. Wink
MACS Offline
#447 Posted:
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Spent the day at my buddy's house. Some chicken wings got grilled up and ate up... a few beers, but just a few.

Tryna relax now...
Sunoverbeach Offline
#448 Posted:
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More caulking and priming. Chit's getting old
frankj1 Offline
#449 Posted:
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caulking is a funny word
Sunoverbeach Offline
#450 Posted:
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It is. Sounds dirty
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