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  • max.patch -

    Replied to the thread What's For Dinner?.

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    i'm in tucson, so...tacos!
  • jimmyjam -

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    Or in other words: party rescuded by rednecks.
  • jimmyjam -

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    Our neighborhood bbq fall party got cancelled because of the flood in nc because the main cook has a vacation home their. So me and my neighbor had it anyway. Let the good times roll!!
  • SandyofPA -

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    I roasted a chunk of pork loin, with baked potatoes, sugar snap peas and broccoli fresh from the garden.
  • LIhikers -

    Liked odd man out’s post in the thread What's For Dinner?.

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    Wow - No one in the Cafe today. Everyone is out hiking on a fine Fall day. We had brunch at our favorite restaurant which sadly is closing next month - not due to lack of business, it's packed every day. But the owner wants do do other things so it is…
  • LIhikers -

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    You made all that great food and you didn't invite us ? :D
  • Astro -

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    Quote from odd man out: “Wow - No one in the Cafe today. Everyone is out hiking on a fine Fall day. We had brunch at our favorite restaurant which sadly is closing next month - not due to lack of business, it's packed every day. But the owner wants do…
  • Astro -

    Liked odd man out’s post in the thread What's For Dinner?.

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    Wow - No one in the Cafe today. Everyone is out hiking on a fine Fall day. We had brunch at our favorite restaurant which sadly is closing next month - not due to lack of business, it's packed every day. But the owner wants do do other things so it is…
  • odd man out -

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    Wow - No one in the Cafe today. Everyone is out hiking on a fine Fall day. We had brunch at our favorite restaurant which sadly is closing next month - not due to lack of business, it's packed every day. But the owner wants do do other things so it is…
  • Traffic Jam -

    Liked rhjanes’s post in the thread What Are You Reading?.

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    Quote from Traffic Jam: “Having bad dreams about zombies...ugh. ” They are showing hype for AMC's "The Walking Dead"....which I watched up until last year. For some reason, I also awoke after dreaming about zombie's walking around the house.....…
  • Traffic Jam -

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    Quote from jimmyjam: “I'm continuing onward with my Western mysteries. I've had to go to the other library in town because I've pretty much exhausted the supply at the first one. Yeah it's a small town and I'm glad it is. ” If they run out too, try…
  • Traffic Jam -

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    I'm continuing onward with my Western mysteries. I've had to go to the other library in town because I've pretty much exhausted the supply at the first one. Yeah it's a small town and I'm glad it is.
  • StalkingTortoise -

    Liked Astro’s post in the thread Astro on the AT 2018.

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    Officially released from Physical Therapy Monday this week, although still doing things daily at home and 3 days a week at the gym. Final check up with surgeon Thursday. Walking more on flat sevices now with goal of hitting the Ozark Highland Trail on…
  • jimmyjam -

    Liked Time Zone’s post in the thread The Cumberland Trail.

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    Another day, another CT segment ... or part of one, anyway. Parking for the partially-completed McGill section (pix above) is just a pull-off on a busy (for a rural area) road. Alternatively, one can park at nearby Graysville Mtn section and walk the 0.2…
  • odd man out -

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    Not exactly sure what a split schedule is, and I didn't even realize teams were not playing balanced schedules. As for the shift, I don't know why hitters don't just heed the advice made famous by Willie Keeler (HOF Class of 1939): “Keep your eye on…
  • Astro -

    Liked Time Zone’s post in the thread The Cumberland Trail.

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    Another day, another CT segment ... or part of one, anyway. Parking for the partially-completed McGill section (pix above) is just a pull-off on a busy (for a rural area) road. Alternatively, one can park at nearby Graysville Mtn section and walk the 0.2…
  • Astro -

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    Quote from max.patch: “how to save baseball before it becomes unwatchable by john smoltz. usatoday.com/story/sports/mlb/…-split-season/1357842002/ <snip> Smoltz wants to eliminate the shift (“I think it’s single-handedly killing the game), curtail…
  • Traffic Jam -

    Liked Time Zone’s post in the thread The Cumberland Trail.

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    Another day, another CT segment ... or part of one, anyway. Parking for the partially-completed McGill section (pix above) is just a pull-off on a busy (for a rural area) road. Alternatively, one can park at nearby Graysville Mtn section and walk the 0.2…
  • Traffic Jam -

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    Nice report! It was a fun day, thanks for hiking with me in this heat. We didn't have the heart to knock down the big spiders and their webs so went cross country to avoid them. Spider lives matter!