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Old 12-11-2015, 07:28 AM   #1341
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We look forward to meeting as well. We are heading to FL after Christmas and coming back up the coast in late March so we might be by Edisto, we used to have a place on Fripp, next Island South and love the area.

Merry Christmas and have a Happy and Safe New Year

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Old 12-11-2015, 07:34 AM   #1342
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That would be great!

I will be at Edisto the first two weeks of March, then doing laundry, cleaning, cleaning, and more cleaning after two weeks on the beach....before Alumalina the last weekend of March, after which I will head directly home to deal with taxes, etc.

Take a look at the Alumalina rally, Bud, if you are going to be in SC late March. A great group, and you would meet a lot of Forums friends,


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Old 12-11-2015, 07:39 AM   #1343
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We will take a look, it all depends on what the weather is like back home in PA.
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Old 12-11-2015, 10:52 AM   #1344
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What I like best about Friday's these days.....I clean my little house, shake the rugs out, all that good stuff.

I can then sit down with a coffee or tea....admire my handiwork, and crochet for a bit.

This is pretty tasty.

Not a Tommie cappuccino, but very good for an instant, better than the Starbucks packets I tried recently, and beats a trip out for the real thing.


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Old 12-11-2015, 11:53 AM   #1345
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I use something similar to that I get in the local store... all the TJ's are on the other side of the hill (coast range) the product, Caffe D'Vita Cappucino.. I like the mocha flavor.. iced or hot... I'll try the TJ's next time I get over there... not for awhile, the roads are a real mess here now!!! floods and slides!!! and still raining... Oregon winter... hugs and love and keep having fun!!! gail
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Old 12-11-2015, 12:00 PM   #1346
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I've been reading about the rains and mudslides out there....hope you are safely away from a hill or embankment, Gail.

We have rain coming here Sunday, then more seasonal temps later next week, but I consider the unseasonably warm weather we have been having a gift...so that I can keep moving that woodpile.

Not done yet, but it is getting there. I have enough firewood, still, for this year and probably two more.


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Old 12-11-2015, 04:56 PM   #1347
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As warm as this winter is turning out to be, that wood will last a long time. I was dodging snow storms this time last year.
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Old 12-11-2015, 05:19 PM   #1348
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Yep...a single fire a day keeps the cave-like feel from settling on a house that is otherwise unheated.

Plus....the flame flickering behind the glass is so comforting to look at.



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Yes, that's how I feel about my little wood stove too.... I'm fine Maggie, my house is in no danger of slides... maybe leaks from all the rain!!! just couldn't get anywhere Wednesday... that's fine, I just stay home, bake cookies and enjoy... hugs and love to all of you!!! Keep having fun!!!
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Doing brunch here tomorrow, and digging around for my Nana's sour cream coffee cake recipe....I came across this little gem from decades ago.

This makes the yummiest, richest hot buttered rum you have ever had, and will warm you to your toes....stores in your freezer, also makes really lovely gifts in jars.

Hot Buttered Rum Mix

1 lb butter, softened
4 1/2 cups dark brown sugar
1 1/2 cups honey
1/4 cup rum extract
2 tsp cinnamon
2 tsp nutmeg
1 tsp cloves

Mix together thoroughly, spoon into jars or other containers suitable for the freezer. Freeze.

To serve: 1 heaping tablespoon batter in mug, 1-2 ounces rum, boiling water to fill.

Stir, sip and be warmed.


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I have had a new toilet paper holder sitting on my bathroom vanity for at least a month.

I started it, realized I would have to drill new holes....and that was the end of that. I am so not interested in those kinds of things.

There it has sat, but company tomorrow requires the toilet paper not be sitting on the vanity while the holes of the old holder glare at all visitors to the bathroom.

Pulled out the rechargeable drill, and just did it.


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good for you.. I know that one!! then I do it and wonder why it took me so long!!!! Good morning Maggie...I'm going to copy that recipe...love buttered rum!!!!
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Good morning to you, Gail.


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I have had a new toilet paper holder sitting on my bathroom vanity for at least a month.

I started it, realized I would have to drill new holes....and that was the end of that. I am so not interested in those kinds of things.

There it has sat, but company tomorrow requires the toilet paper not be sitting on the vanity while the holes of the old holder glare at all visitors to the bathroom.

Pulled out the rechargeable drill, and just did it.


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Way to go, Maggie!
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Hey it can't be that hard, after all men can do it.
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OH, well, of course, if men can do it....most certainly, women can as well! LOL! Good on you, Maggie! Hugs. Evelyn.
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Some men, unfortunately, are not what I would refer to as 'tool using animals'. But yeah, the ladies certainly can do this stuff if they want to..."it ain't all brute force and testosterone" as my daddy often said. Sometimes finesse and skill is the important part.


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There's no finesse and skill going on here, just determination.


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I have had a new toilet paper holder sitting on my bathroom vanity for at least a month.

I started it, realized I would have to drill new holes....and that was the end of that. I am so not interested in those kinds of things.

There it has sat, but company tomorrow requires the toilet paper not be sitting on the vanity while the holes of the old holder glare at all visitors to the bathroom.

Pulled out the rechargeable drill, and just did it.


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Hi, Maggie; Good job on the toilet paper holder. In my trailer, the holder was at a bad angle, making it nearly impossible to pull the amount needed without breakage at each sheet. And it would un-roll itself while on the road. My fix was to re-install my toilet paper holder vertically.
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