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About Jack12477

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  1. Yes, Lou does like to lay in his hammock with his munchies. Must have spilled a few kernals. πŸ˜€
  2. Finished planking the one side and started planking the other side now. Looks like someone has been making late night raids on Mark's Popcorn Machine ! Lou, are you raiding the popcorn stash again ?
  3. Happy Thanksgiving ! And as my Admiral always says "get stuffed" πŸ˜‰
  4. No! That comes at the end and is followed by "Sherlock" ! 😁😁😁😁
  5. Hmm! I see by the duty roster that Lou has KP duty now. Oh Lou ! How about rustling up some grub for this crew. Maybe some of those Dungeness Crabs you guys are so famous for. I hear they are better tasting than Maryland Blue Crabs, which I get every time I visit my daughter in Maryland.
  6. No, antelope is very sweet tasting. I have had venison but did not care for it much. My sister in Colorado used to make Bison burgers, one of her boys had a severe food allergy and could only eat game meat. Which she was able to get with a special permit through the Fish and Game dept for cost of packaging. This was some 40 years ago, so my memory is a tad vague.
  7. I've had Bison, Elk and Antelope but never any wild birds. Antelope grilled is super tasty.
  8. The mute swan (Cygnus olor) is a species of swan and a member of the waterfowl family Anatidae. It is native to much of Eurosiberia, and (as a rare winter visitor) the far north of Africa. It is an introduced species in North America – home to the largest populations outside of its native range – with additional smaller introductions in Australasia and southern Africa. The name 'mute' derives from it being less vocal than other swan species.[2][3][4] Measuring 125 to 170 cm (49 to 67 in) in length, this large swan is wholly white in plumage with an orange beak bordered with black. It is recogn
  9. If you can call Duck and/or Goose dinner 😝 Chicken and Turkey okay but not together. Don't know about Pheasent. Are English and American breeds the same? Like the mute swans that the "landed gentree" imported from England and Europe to grace the ponds of their estates, and which drove the American swans out, at least in Hudson Valley anyway. A few years back I counted 75 of those swans wintering in the cove by our lighthouse.
  10. From Wiki Turducken is a dish consisting of a deboned chicken stuffed into a deboned duck, further stuffed into a deboned turkey. Outside of the United States and Canada, it is known as a three bird roast.[citation needed] Gooducken is a traditional English variant,[1] replacing turkey with goose. 30 lb. roasted turducken Sausage-stuffed turducken cut into quarters to show the internal layers The word turducken is a portmanteau of turkey, duck, and chicken. The dish is a form of engastration, which is a recipe method in which one animal
  11. No, more like they wanted y'all "stone cold sober" and not hung over around all that heavy artillary you were packing! πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ
  12. Me too, Roger. Still have in the original red metal box. Pretty beat up but still there
  13. I took down my layout when my youngest child, son, needed the space to setup his US 1Trucking (brand name) slot car/truck layout, HO scale as I recall. My layout was only partly started then, 3rd attempt. I repurposed hiss table for my shipyard workbench. I used the old L-girder construction which is easily modifiable. It is incredibly strong. I inherited Dad's more classic/collectible engines and passenger cars, few freight and a monstrously heavy wrecker crane all cast metal, plus some odd pieces of track. The Rapido track and switches were unigue in design, still have them.
  14. My Dad and I used cardboard strips stapled together to form a matrix then newspaper strips dipped in very watery plaster mix. Toe max hills it was also wadded up newspaper with the plaster strips over it.
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