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05-21-2015, 08:05 AM,
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winter is creeping back
feels like march this morning wtf
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05-21-2015, 09:34 AM,
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RE: winter is creeping back
haha its been cold here too. its all that global warming
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05-21-2015, 10:47 AM,
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RE: winter is creeping back
(05-21-2015, 09:34 AM)Mr RCOM Wrote: haha its been cold here too. its all that global warming

My oldest daughter lives in Idaho, now. Last winter her husband told me he was getting really sick of shoveling all that global warming off his drive and walk. Biggrin
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05-22-2015, 03:35 PM,
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RE: winter is creeping back
may 23 frost in lower areas expected.
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05-22-2015, 05:25 PM, (This post was last modified: 05-22-2015, 05:30 PM by Keith.)
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RE: winter is creeping back
been rather cool here past 2 days now, ac turned off, some windows open, love it! help out on electric bill! inside critters love it too, planted in windows most of the day sniffing the air and watching!

wow, 4 years of drought now most lakes are above capacity and possible flooding, one newer neighborhood in a city west of the area was told to evacuate, 150 homes, electric turned off. we have severe storms forecasted tomorrow and sunday. like the cool, appreciate the rain but need a break to dry out a little, already being infested with flies and mosquitos.
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05-22-2015, 07:52 PM,
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RE: winter is creeping back
Yeah...I'm loving it. My last electric bill was $130. My typical electric bill this time of year is around $220 and by the peak of summer I'll be looking at $350.

It is definitely soggy, though. I picked the grand kids up from school this afternoon and watched a frog swim across the school yard...wearing scuba gear!

Seriously, though, we've had a family of ducks move onto the block. There is a creek and some ponds about two miles away, but we've lived here since 2006 and this is the first time I've seen ducks walking down the street in front of my house! Normally they don't go more than about two blocks from the ponds. Last week when I was out under my carport at lunch wrapping the pipes on my bike I kept hearing ducks...not flying overhead but obviously in "waddle and talk" mode, if you know ducks. They kept getting louder and louder and finally the whole family walked right by me. They've been staying in the various yards around here ever since. I guess they're getting lots of worms and other critters that are getting driven above ground by all the water. Three of them are nice big fat Mallards and I've been really tempted to ease the family meat budget with some roast duck... Biggrin

John
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05-23-2015, 08:40 AM, (This post was last modified: 05-23-2015, 08:47 AM by pauli466.)
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RE: winter is creeping back
(05-22-2015, 05:25 PM)Keith Wrote: been rather cool here past 2 days now, ac turned off, some windows open, love it! help out on electric bill! inside critters love it too, planted in windows most of the day sniffing the air and watching!

wow, 4 years of drought now most lakes are above capacity and possible flooding, one newer neighborhood in a city west of the area was told to evacuate, 150 homes, electric turned off. we have severe storms forecasted tomorrow and sunday. like the cool, appreciate the rain but need a break to dry out a little, already being infested with flies and mosquitos.
yeah the the bad thing about to much wet. the bugs and the bugs the they carry in em.

(05-22-2015, 07:52 PM)OldePhart Wrote: Yeah...I'm loving it. My last electric bill was $130. My typical electric bill this time of year is around $220 and by the peak of summer I'll be looking at $350.

It is definitely soggy, though. I picked the grand kids up from school this afternoon and watched a frog swim across the school yard...wearing scuba gear!

Seriously, though, we've had a family of ducks move onto the block. There is a creek and some ponds about two miles away, but we've lived here since 2006 and this is the first time I've seen ducks walking down the street in front of my house! Normally they don't go more than about two blocks from the ponds. Last week when I was out under my carport at lunch wrapping the pipes on my bike I kept hearing ducks...not flying overhead but obviously in "waddle and talk" mode, if you know ducks. They kept getting louder and louder and finally the whole family walked right by me. They've been staying in the various yards around here ever since. I guess they're getting lots of worms and other critters that are getting driven above ground by all the water. Three of them are nice big fat Mallards and I've been really tempted to ease the family meat budget with some roast duck... Biggrin

John
when food for em is plentiful i bet they start breeding like rabbits most animals will do that. duck is very greasy meat. you have to drown it a sour sauce. i never cared for it myself.
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05-23-2015, 01:33 PM, (This post was last modified: 05-23-2015, 01:35 PM by OldePhart.)
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RE: winter is creeping back
Heh, heh. I love duck. If you roast it with a grate under it to let the grease drip away from the meat, it's not all that greasy. I don't use sour sauces much...but a good hot peppery sauce serves the same purpose, I suppose, and those kind of sauces I live on. Salsa verde is like chocolate and bacon...it makes everything you put it on taste better!

Ask me about my recipe for deep fried bacon-wrapped bacon some time! :)

If I was condemned for execution I would probably request for my last meal a chunk of sharp cheddar cheese, wrapped in bacon, dipped in green chili batter, deep fried and then dipped in chocolate...
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05-23-2015, 04:25 PM,
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RE: winter is creeping back
used to grill up dove wrapped in bacon @OldePhart some tender eating there.
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05-23-2015, 08:08 PM,
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RE: winter is creeping back
(05-23-2015, 01:33 PM)OldePhart Wrote: Heh, heh. I love duck. If you roast it with a grate under it to let the grease drip away from the meat, it's not all that greasy. I don't use sour sauces much...but a good hot peppery sauce serves the same purpose, I suppose, and those kind of sauces I live on. Salsa verde is like chocolate and bacon...it makes everything you put it on taste better!

Ask me about my recipe for deep fried bacon-wrapped bacon some time! :)

If I was condemned for execution I would probably request for my last meal a chunk of sharp cheddar cheese, wrapped in bacon, dipped in green chili batter, deep fried and then dipped in chocolate...
rember the movie grumpy old men. what was burgess merideth secret to longevity... i eat 10 pieces of bacon for breakfast lunch and dinner " thats my secret"
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06-05-2015, 03:44 AM,
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RE: winter is creeping back
Bunch of sick puppies...
There is great need for a sarcasm font.
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