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Old 04-20-2007, 11:08 PM   #1331
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The time must be a gettin close. The 'talk' of FOOD has picked up. A slight change in our pot luck contribution. I could not repair our oven as I promised Lynn so she shifted into Plan B mode. Instead of Pastie Pie Lynn has pre prepared 50+ mini pasties! They are in the freezer now and we will cook them just before we leave. A kind Rally co-member has offered his oven for the warm-up for the pot-luck. We are traveling to Grass Valley tomorrow to enjoy a Pastie lunch with my high school buddy and his wife.

Good to 'see' you again Kevbo.

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Old 04-20-2007, 11:28 PM   #1332
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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
Hi, codybear. Nice pictures of your dinner. I, Bob, like the salad with avocados and eggs. Just add some Catalina dressing. And I think the Abaloney shells are really neat. I personally don't eat much dead fish, But my wife, Lee, says that she really loves Abaloney and will eat it raw [sashimi] or cooked twelve different ways. Lee says that's the biggest Abaloney she ever saw. She also asked me if you were going to be at Casini Ranch. I wonder why.
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Old 04-21-2007, 12:04 AM   #1333
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Hi, codybear. Nice pictures of your dinner. I, Bob, like the salad with avocados and eggs. Just add some Catalina dressing. And I think the Abaloney shells are really neat. I personally don't eat much dead fish, But my wife, Lee, says that she really loves Abaloney and will eat it raw [sashimi] or cooked twelve different ways. Lee says that's the biggest Abaloney she ever saw. She also asked me if you were going to be at Casini Ranch. I wonder why.
Hi Bob,

Tell Lee, the ones that Steve got were just 'average' size, no real biggee ones!..he's always on the lookout for the big ones..we'll both be there
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Old 04-21-2007, 09:46 AM   #1334
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what did one "biggee" ab say to the other "biggee" ab? hang on tight here comes that crazy wide eyed Steve guy.
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Old 04-21-2007, 04:18 PM   #1335
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conventioneers,

spent friday making a list.

started saturday to "run" the list.

my drill:

empty out 'stream
do all trailer laundry
take inventory of trailer
make grocery list
make misc. list of required non food items
purchase propane
clean interior of trailer
repack interior of trailer
clean interior of trailer
prepare list for stuff to pack in back of truck
prepare list for stuff in front of truck
call feed store and have feed delivered to ranch
clean barn and corrals
laundry
pack everything
wash exterior of trailer
wash int and ext of truck
service truck
the all important hair cut
dry cleaning - drop off, pickup
clean house (who wants to come home to a trashed house?)

this leads me into FIREWOOD...

i'm bringing some firewood, but everybody should bring a little. if everbody brought a little, we would have a lot. mines organic ranch home grown. i'm just limited on how much i can stuff in the back 'o the truck w/ all the other stuff i'm stuffing.

weather looks like it's going to be good.

i have the corn toss game (horse shoes), an exterior BLASTO MATIC STEREO, ice chest and assorted other stuff....

have i missed anything?

i'm trying hard to keep my mind limber on a strict regiment of drugs and alcohol...

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Old 04-21-2007, 04:38 PM   #1336
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have i missed anything?

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Did you pack the essentials to cover all the basic food groups...a nice selection of wines, assorted beers, margarita fixin's, several martini shaker(s), some single malt, fancy stir sticks, humorous beverage napkins, olives, cherries and lime wedges...???
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Old 04-21-2007, 05:27 PM   #1337
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Did you pack the essentials to cover all the basic food groups...a nice selection of wines, assorted beers, margarita fixin's, several martini shaker(s), some single malt, fancy stir sticks, humorous beverage napkins, olives, cherries and lime wedges...???
ms bam,

while i have most items in stock...

i'm double checking now (running to north forty, list in hand).

costco is my next stop this afternoon.

i try to adhere to the 40 days and 40 nights rule of supply... space permitting...

airstream should really develop an Ark for such things... and or a bigger truck...

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Old 04-21-2007, 05:36 PM   #1338
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airstream should really develop an Ark for such things... and or a bigger truck...

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My vote would be a bigger truck, an aluminum Ark would suggest more animals and that would mean even more s**t. Then you would still need an even bigger truck. Now I am starting to ramble for no good reason.....I guess I am just preparing for Casini....emotionally.

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Old 04-21-2007, 07:39 PM   #1339
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sure hope so

I sure hope the weather is good, it's sprinkling out right now. We got rained out on a bike trip last weekend and I don't know how much more indoors I can stand. I had planned to finish some driveway work which would make trailer progress possible. UGH!

I'll bring firewood too. If it rains at Casini, I don't know if we're staying the weekend.

I might throw my bike in the back of the truck, or my hiking boots...or both...anyone wanna go geocaching with me?
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Old 04-21-2007, 07:41 PM   #1340
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We started out today. Yahoo. The 3 month diet/bet is over. We are camped at Morro Bay. I have meetings in SLO on Monday and Tuesday. Work related but very low key. We are going to spend a couple of nights with the Slowolfs in Atascadero and then on to Casini. Life is good. The new Fantastic Fans are blowin'. The new double Kwikee step is steppin' and the Margie's are just as good as I remember before the diet. Two minor issues. Mickey the Cat got loose for a little while. Not fun in a strange RV park. We finallly got him corraled, but guess who else got out? Yep, that's a shot of Peeps up in the tree (who knew he could fly) with the famous Morro Rock in the background. He eventually came to his senses and returned to the comforts of the moho. See you all in a few days. Ron
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Old 04-21-2007, 07:48 PM   #1341
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anyone wanna go geocaching with me?
I love geocaching but unfortunately I won't be there. Maybe we can get together and find some at San Antonio Lake in the fall
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Old 04-21-2007, 08:21 PM   #1342
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We started out today. Yahoo. The 3 month diet/bet is over. We are camped at Morro Bay. I have meetings in SLO on Monday and Tuesday. Work related but very low key. We are going to spend a couple of nights with the Slowolfs in Atascadero and then on to Casini. Life is good. The new Fantastic Fans are blowin'. The new double Kwikee step is steppin' and the Margie's are just as good as I remember before the diet. Two minor issues. Mickey the Cat got loose for a little while. Not fun in a strange RV park. We finallly got him corraled, but guess who else got out? Yep, that's a shot of Peeps up in the tree (who knew he could fly) with the famous Morro Rock in the background. He eventually came to his senses and returned to the comforts of the moho. See you all in a few days. Ron
That Peeps appears to be taunting you. I think you need to lasso him.
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O.K. folks thursday at 6 pm. rivet masters and ALL others, an early show up perk. The pouring of Zins and other Lodi wines will begin at my site. The decision to allow other types of wines was reached with much thought, not like enough Zins could not be found! So here's the 6 bottles that will be up for tasting. Bring your own Glass please! DG
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O.K. folks thursday at 6 pm. rivet masters and ALL others, an early show up perk. The pouring of Zins and other Lodi wines will begin at my site. The decision to allow other types of wines was reached with much thought, not like enough Zins could not be found! So here's the 6 bottles that will be up for tasting. Bring your own Glass please! DG
??????? 6?? I see more than 6 bottles. Did you count them AFTER your 'tasting'? I think I will follow you to Casini. I want you where I can watch you.

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