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Old 07-26-2012, 01:57 AM   #31
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I did the teppan thing again and my two friends loved it. My wife was already in bed. I kept it simple.....sliced flank steak, chopped onions, and some asparagus. Beer and wine of course.
Then I talked them into looking at the Moon and Saturn.....They thought I was a total geek...
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Old 07-26-2012, 02:08 AM   #32
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Much awesomeness as always, Harry! Looks wonderful!

DH gets his choice of leftover tuna casserole or leftover broccoli beer cheese soup.
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Wow, that is one beautiful looking meal .. Enjoy!
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Looks incredible as usual. Big thumbs up!

Tonight we are having Sloppy Joes, with sweet potato fries and spinach.
thanks all!! everyone's din dins sound deeelish too.need to get myself an american food term dictionary,then i'll know what you guy's are eating sometimes.....sloppy joes etc etc.
anyway,as i said to tom i'm off to visit bolas/madge for a few days,do some gardening & enjoy the sunny weather....while it lasts!!....catch up next week chaps.
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Old 07-26-2012, 02:12 AM   #33
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hey, wait just a minute there, harry,. can't you and msr. bolas rig up some chain home low system and report in now and again?

and btw, tell tom bolas sawyer that gardening isn't fun. it's frustrating, tiring, annoying, and occasionally fulfilling.

let the old boy pick his own weeds.
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Old 07-26-2012, 02:32 AM   #34
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I did the teppan thing again and my two friends loved it. My wife was already in bed. I kept it simple.....sliced flank steak, chopped onions, and some asparagus. Beer and wine of course.
Then I talked them into looking at the Moon and Saturn.....They thought I was a total geek...
sounds deelish roadie.geek? never!!where i grew up in north wales it was/still is very rural.clear skies/no street lighting.back in the 60's/70's i had a beautiful broadhurst & clarkson(they were taken over by fullerscopes early 70's) 4 inch refractor on a manual equatorial mount...couldn't afford motorised!.there is nothing more beautiful on a clear night than saturn with his rings on tilt & his moons filling your field of view....my son & i still make trips(not been for a while...hmmm!) to jodrell bank which is only 30 mins drive away.man,when they move that 200' dish...........
don't have the 'scope anymore,sold it to help pay for my first motorbike but i'm going over to visit bolas/madge this evening & it's very rural where they are.can still see the milky way,orions nebula & all seven sisters with the naked eye!!
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hey, wait just a minute there, harry,. can't you and msr. bolas rig up some chain home low system and report in now and again?

and btw, tell tom bolas sawyer that gardening isn't fun. it's frustrating, tiring, annoying, and occasionally fulfilling.

let the old boy pick his own weeds.
sound like anyone we know tom!!
see what i can do tom,maybe a couple of coffee can's with string stretched between 'em at a push!
madge does the weeding/planting etc,bolas does the rotavating etc & i do the lawns,planting the veg & diggin' spuds when i'm there.we chain sawed some of the old apple trees in the orchard last year so i'll probably be doing a bit of log splitting ready for winter too......love it
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Old 07-26-2012, 04:25 AM   #36
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Buon Giorno.

Since the Vet had just arrived back in Madrid after an extensive 3 week business medical trip to Uruguay, Brazil and Argentina, and he is arriving tomorrow early 8am here in Italia, I had gone out yesterday with an Italian lady friend who drove me to the farmerīs markets ... Also have new bathrm reforms and being put in ... So we have to use the small bathrm ... So, we had dined out ... Some fresh squid and a salad ... a Prosecco ... we eat very light at night, as we eat our main meal at 14.30 hrs.

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