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post #11901 of 29437 Old 07-29-2013, 10:13 AM
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Hello! Sounds like everyone is busy as always. I worked on cleaning in the barn and painting the bottom of the arena wall, I'm happy with how it is turning out.

Rick- I'm afraid to ask but have to........

"Oysters, inside a thick aged steak, cooked rear, a little side salad and a baked potato. Finished off with cheese cake. What a meal. Tonight its left over chicken and salad".


Cooked rear? Dare I ask?

That was Stan's cooking and I think he meant knock the horns off, what the tail off, slap it on the grill for 10 seconds, flip to other side for 10 seconds then devour it or rare. Either description fits. Lol
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post #11902 of 29437 Old 07-29-2013, 11:13 AM
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That was Stan's cooking and I think he meant knock the horns off, what the tail off, slap it on the grill for 10 seconds, flip to other side for 10 seconds then devour it or rare. Either description fits. Lol
Lol! Good explanation. Sorry, I don't know why I'm always getting you two mixed up.
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post #11903 of 29437 Old 07-29-2013, 11:24 AM
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He is aged to perversion, I'm still in the distillery process.

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post #11904 of 29437 Old 07-29-2013, 12:10 PM
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He is aged to perversion, I'm still in the distillery process.
Rick, you really have me laughing out loud with that comment! It seems like some kind of quote that should be framed and hung on the wall.

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post #11906 of 29437 Old 07-29-2013, 12:55 PM
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Celeste-Yes it's an alternate to A/C, as that can run the bill up to a few hundred dollars in a month-this is keeping the house at a comfortable 80 degrees. When it gets muggy, we can switch it to fan only, but here in AZ, we have a LOT of Dry Heat. So it is doing an excellent job. We are much more comfortable.
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post #11907 of 29437 Old 07-29-2013, 01:20 PM
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Glad to hear they work well. My inlaws can't have AC in their living room as they have funky windows. I've thought about getting them one of those portable units, but didn't know if they were any good or not.



Thank you Rick, that's really kind of you to say.
The home inspection went well, and the kid is here with me for another 45 mins yet. His county workers left him here with me for a few hours, to see how he likes it, and if he's comfortable and all that.
He seems far more interested in playing the video games rather than interacting with me.
Am going to drag him away from the game shortly as he hasn't even asked to see his bedroom.

Not sure yet when he will be coming full time, but I plan to ask when they pick him up.
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post #11908 of 29437 Old 07-29-2013, 02:20 PM
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Well the county worker says they will bring him back for another visit before they actually move him here. But they are expecting the final move to be before school starts.

Not had a county do this before, they usually just bring the kid to the office, and he's assigned to a house from there.
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post #11909 of 29437 Old 07-29-2013, 03:07 PM
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That was Stan's cooking and I think he meant knock the horns off, what the tail off, slap it on the grill for 10 seconds, flip to other side for 10 seconds then devour it or rare. Either description fits. Lol
MMmmmm...cow. Cow over fire is wonderful. I usually get funny looks when I order steak in a restaurant though. I always say "Rare please. Mooing is perfect, but if it kicks me it'll need a few more seconds over the flames".
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post #11910 of 29437 Old 07-29-2013, 03:17 PM
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Hi everyone!!

Love all the stories!!

Cacowgirl, glad things are working for you guys!!

Rosann...wow! What a wild trip!! That is my goal this summer. Have JayJay in shape so I can ride in the mountains with my horse friends....that is if I can find a way to trailer him there. The guy who was trying to sell me old Chuck, way back when offered to loan us a trailer...but I feel wierd about asking now that I bought off someone else....I guess it doesn't hurt to ask. He can just say No!

Roaddy, all that company sounds crazy, but a bit fun! I love when people come to visit the horses. Although, it does drive me a bit crazy when they don't know the basics. btw the perversion / distillery joke cracked me up?

Quiet weekend here. DH went to camp with FIL, still there. Yesterday was cool and cloudy, so didn't do much.

This morning was beautiful and we had a great two hour ride! I only had to give Jay one big, quick spin to make him stand. We are back to making progress.. He is very smart and tries, as you all know.

It was so beautiful, and no one was at my moms, so I just sat out in the pasture with my two and the dog. I had a magazine, but just truly enjoyed sitting there quietly in the sun watching them munch. . That is when I am in pure heaven..

Tomorrow, I think I will take a lunch out, as it is the only reason I left...I was starving! Haha. Although, moms DH will be there, and feels compelled to come out and break my solitude. he seems to feel he needs to give me a play by play of the weather (go figure) and whatever it is he is doing....like I care.. Lol. I guess he thinks I'll go report to my mother when she returns from her trip. NOT!

NVR, nice conchos! What is it that makes you prefer your mare?

Alex, what is your take on this new kid. Do you think you want him?? How old?

Here are a few pics from this morning!

Have a great day all!
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