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Old 04-18-2007, 09:55 PM   #1303
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Nice Pictures

Thanks for the great pictures Paula! That's such a beautiful spot. Hope the weather holds up for everybody.
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Is it too late to sign up?

It's starting to sound better and better. I tried to sign up via the rally contact link, but it's dead. So, to whomever is putting this together add another gang: Two humans, one dog, one cat. PM me with what I need to know. I'll be contacting Cassini ranch tomorrow to reserve a space.
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Old 04-18-2007, 11:54 PM   #1305
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The Finns visiting the Western Women's Rally in a wine country made famous by a certain film.
Why are they "Sideways?"
Do they go to all wine country rallies?
And where is the "Crew"?
Hmmmm....
Perhaps we'll find out next week.
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Old 04-19-2007, 01:55 AM   #1306
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Hi there!..we stopped in at the Casini Ranch for a peek to see what's in store for next week!..kind of quiet here!!! I asked the gals in the office what they thought the weather would be like next week (end)..they just laughed
Hi, Paula; Thanks for the pictures. Sierracoast posted last week that Santa Rosa may pose some traffic problems around the River Rd turn off. If you went that way what time did you get through there or more importantly did you go 116 way?

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Old 04-19-2007, 11:53 AM   #1307
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Neil,

For a Wednesday trip, the traffic wasn't really bad..actually it was most busy near Fairfield..We stayed on River Road all the way ..easy drive!..here's the catch of the day
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Old 04-19-2007, 01:50 PM   #1308
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Do you suppose Steve would share a 'little' of his catch? I can't ever remember trying abalone.

Neil......you don't suppose anyone else heard me ask do you?
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Steve has big mussels

Those are some perfectly developed Abs...
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Old 04-19-2007, 04:40 PM   #1311
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Hi,

The water was rough, he says..almost swallowed the ocean with those big waves!!!..the abs are avererage he says..no 12"er's..he heard a couple of people had to be rescued from the waves near the Pt. Arena lighthouse.. a couple of divers drowned.
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Old 04-19-2007, 06:46 PM   #1312
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The water was rough, he says..almost swallowed the ocean with those big waves!!!..the abs are avererage he says..no 12"er's..he heard a couple of people had to be rescued from the waves near the Pt. Arena lighthouse.. a couple of divers drowned.
That's an average ab??? Wow, that's amazing...

Now, the question is how do you cook it? Braised? BBQ? Sashimi?

Reservation for 1 please... sorry, 2 please, John feels a bit left out over here...

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For the abalones, we used to pound them flat, dip in beaten egg, saltine crackers and fry. OH my sooo good! Now they are at least $50 in a restaurant and you get a very small portion But better than none
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We will be leaving Atascadero on Wed am, hopefully arriving Casini around 1 or 2pm. We are bringing freshly smoked salmon( tomorrows project) for the wine and cheese party Friday night.
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We will be leaving Atascadero on Wed am, hopefully arriving Casini around 1 or 2pm. We are bringing freshly smoked salmon( tomorrows project) for the wine and cheese party Friday night.
YUMMMMMM...Deep fried abalones, sound delicious...

And Fresh Smoked Salmon...you get to stop teasing me now...I will just have to get John to haul out to Casini before the party starts on Friday...gonna make two very happy cats...me and TT of course... (her favorite treats...with cream cheese, of course...)

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Hi,

Well, Steve couldn't miss out having a few slices of freshly caught abs tonite..Ron, yes: egg wash, crushed saltine crackers, a little oil in cast iron skillet, fried no more than a couple of minutes!..then served w/fresh lemon wedges and/or ketchup!.we also bbque, make ab kabobs, sautee them w/veggies, and make teriyaki appetizers w/the trimmings
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