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My pop was a career soldier I didn't have enough hair to worry with lol
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Hi Sally! Trip down here was pretty smooth. We had 5 adults to pass the baby back and forth to keep her entertained! The house is nice and we are just ordering the kayak and paddle board to be delivered for the week. Still feel like I'm smothering in a wet blanket with this humidity though! Rain squalls off and on, but warm and balmy.

Usually we stay in the lower keys, so it will be fun to explore the middle keys this trip. Had an amazing Seafood dinner last night!

We will head up to Ft Lauderdale for a night before we fly back to Denver next Monday, then will drive home Tuesday.
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People look at you strangely when you have hair caught in your teeth.  th.gif

Not touching that window, Sour! :gig.gif
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I used to just put my gum behind my.ear for safe keeping lol

 

 

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Hi Sally! Trip down here was pretty smooth. We had 5 adults to pass the baby back and forth to keep her entertained! The house is nice and we are just ordering the kayak and paddle board to be delivered for the week. Still feel like I'm smothering in a wet blanket with this humidity though! Rain squalls off and on, but warm and balmy.

Usually we stay in the lower keys, so it will be fun to explore the middle keys this trip. Had an amazing Seafood dinner last night!

We will head up to Ft Lauderdale for a night before we fly back to Denver next Monday, then will drive home Tuesday.

awwww how sweet!!! The kids here are all over 3 now, and as soon as they get up on ya they wiggle off! Sounds amazing, you will have to share some pics with us! I am sure is amazing to see!  What did you order for eats>?

 

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Not touching that window, Sour! :gig.gif


OR ANYONE ELSE FOR THAT MATTER!!!   YEEEEZUSSSSS SOUR!!!!   OPEN THE HOUSE TO AIR OUT WHY DONT YA!!!

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Hi Sally! Trip down here was pretty smooth. We had 5 adults to pass the baby back and forth to keep her entertained! The house is nice and we are just ordering the kayak and paddle board to be delivered for the week. Still feel like I'm smothering in a wet blanket with this humidity though! Rain squalls off and on, but warm and balmy.

Usually we stay in the lower keys, so it will be fun to explore the middle keys this trip. Had an amazing Seafood dinner last night!

We will head up to Ft Lauderdale for a night before we fly back to Denver next Monday, then will drive home Tuesday.

Where? I am so tired of prepackaged pre-frozen seafood.

 

I should be able to find SOMEWHERE in the cruddy state that is willing to serve me some fresh seafood.

"Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you're a thousand miles from a corn field" Dwight Eisenhower
Yep. And he said that before fire ants took over.
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"Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you're a thousand miles from a corn field" Dwight Eisenhower
Yep. And he said that before fire ants took over.
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We went from 70F and picking the last tomatoes on Thursday, to this yesterday:

 

 

We have heavy duty shade cloth strung between the coops.  It's an amazing product.  That's 5" of snow on the cloth, 8" on the coops, which are fabric shelters from FarmTek.  The run underneath is clear and dry.

 

The two skylights on the kitchen ceiling below aren't doing much good

 

but it didn't stop this:


Edited by WalnutHill - 11/22/15 at 7:21am

Walnut Hill Farm

Ayam Cemani and Oregon Gray/Dark Gray turkeys

 

Incubating in a vintage GQF 1402 cabinet

 

Life is short...live and love.

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Walnut Hill Farm

Ayam Cemani and Oregon Gray/Dark Gray turkeys

 

Incubating in a vintage GQF 1402 cabinet

 

Life is short...live and love.

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WoW this thread moves fast...I step away for a short while and got two pages to catch up on.....yeah I'm still trying to get up the courage to go outside and tackle that van I'm dealing with...it's up to 19 degrees now...guess I should get it over with.....lot of familiar faces here....(well technically I can't see your faces).....I can't find my Twinkies this morning....oh yeah that's right I ate all of them....well howdy everyone.....Phil
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Oh I love my smoker and making sausage....cool beans.....Phil
Edited by LittleLakePhil - 11/22/15 at 7:26am
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Here. ya go, friend.

 

Wow, they are harder to post than I thought. hang on phil....

Twinkies are coming!


Edited by 3goodeggs - 11/22/15 at 7:27am
"Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you're a thousand miles from a corn field" Dwight Eisenhower
Yep. And he said that before fire ants took over.
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"Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you're a thousand miles from a corn field" Dwight Eisenhower
Yep. And he said that before fire ants took over.
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"Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you're a thousand miles from a corn field" Dwight Eisenhower
Yep. And he said that before fire ants took over.
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"Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you're a thousand miles from a corn field" Dwight Eisenhower
Yep. And he said that before fire ants took over.
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