Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by bookerdog, Mar 20, 2008.
Just remember how boring it is next time you EAT. Unless you're Euell Theophilus Gibbons.
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"Back East"... is Spokane...
"Near the Midwest"... is around Pendleton
Obviously you ain't seen the cattle, wheat and grains, not to mention hops (for beer), that come out of Eastern WA and OR...
now that's food right there
Wow, I never knew that KY and TN were such dope growing havens. Learn something here every day.
Dope (and dopes) are Ky's #1 cash (and welfare) crops.
I was going to use, Mid East but was ascared to do so. That's really what it is...Except Kentucky is getting way east. Way way. Then there's "over there somewhere."
There's a sunrise to see this morning. It has been a while! :greenchainsaw:
Mt. Adams is as far east as I can see from around here. On a clear day, like the last three have been, I can see Hood, Helens, Adams and the tip of Jefferson from the highway out to my other brother's place. Mt Hood is as far east as I have been in years. Helens seems to be rebuilding her dome.
Hey, I just thought of something. Adams and the others are all stratovolcanos. Do the new Stihl saw engines use volcanic power? I can see an informercial in the making:
Hi, Billy Mays here for Stihl. Use the power of the mighty Cascades to run your chainsaws!
That "over there somewhere" would be Maine.
What date is this set for again? I'm too farkin' lazy to go back through the thread and look.
I am prolly not gonna be able to attend again this year if it is in May or June...
May 16th and 17th
Apparently we can add things to the site calender, I added the PNW gtg May 16-17.
No bake - twice baked potatos
I'll be there in spirit. I've angered the employment Gods and won't be able to attend.
2 quarts of boiled Russet potatoes.
1 tsp salt
½ tsp black pepper
1 stick of butter
1 pound of sour cream
1.6 oz dried chives
3 oz bacon bits
Mash the potatoes mix in the the butter, sour cream, chives, salt and pepper. If needed thin with a little
Put a some aside for any that can't eat pork.
Mix in the bacon bits.
These potatoes like Thanksgiving and Christmas meals contain zero calories and no cholesterol.
The ingredients are correct for 4 large baked Russets too. Clean out the baked potatoes with a melon baller. Treat the removed potato like the 2 quarts of boiled potatoes above, refill the hollowed shells with the mixture and broil until browned. TASTY!!!
Is that the place where you have to surrender your terminal r's at the border?
Good lobsta, though. Finest kind.
Replace the r with a h. Mainah, Guvanah's, Giffahd's and so on.
You're right. L-O-B-S-T-A-H....be patient, I'll get it.
If ya can't screw hah in Brewah, cross the bridge to Bangah!
Separate names with a comma.