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Old 07-11-2013, 03:17 PM   #11
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You mean that there is ever a time when you're not hungry for pork!

I'll eat pork at any time, day or night. Why, I'd eat pork in the middle of a Yooper blizzard, in a bathing suit, if that was the only way I could get it.

Well, maybe not. But then again, I am known for doing really crazy things sometimes. I've gone snowmobiling in blue jeans and a tea-shirt before. So, maybe.

And paymaaster, your cooking could really tempt me. So I'm asking, begging, please, don't go cooking up any of your fantastic fatties, or Q, in the middle of a Yooper Blizzard. And if you do, make sure that I get to be the first in line. At my age, I'm slightly less bullet proof than I once was.

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Ok, most of the time...you are right! I have a pork shoulder in the crock pot today for pulled pork tonight. It smells Wonderful!
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Old 07-11-2013, 10:53 PM   #12
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You mean that there is ever a time when you're not hungry for pork!

I'll eat pork at any time, day or night. Why, I'd eat pork in the middle of a Yooper blizzard, in a bathing suit, if that was the only way I could get it.

Well, maybe not. But then again, I am known for doing really crazy things sometimes. I've gone snowmobiling in blue jeans and a tea-shirt before. So, maybe.

And paymaaster, your cooking could really tempt me. So I'm asking, begging, please, don't go cooking up any of your fantastic fatties, or Q, in the middle of a Yooper Blizzard. And if you do, make sure that I get to be the first in line. At my age, I'm slightly less bullet proof than I once was.

Seeeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North
Lol I have somehow become addicted to the art of the Q now that I've figured how to control my smoker. Alas we live in Ohio (but vacation near the UP in Michigan ;-)) and my husband has informed me that he doesn't care if we have a garage I will not be freezing myself in the cold to make BBQ. Ah well I ca
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Old 07-11-2013, 10:54 PM   #13
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Can enjoy smoking Spring, Summer, and Fall.
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Old 07-12-2013, 02:04 AM   #14
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Lol I have somehow become addicted to the art of the Q now that I've figured how to control my smoker. Alas we live in Ohio (but vacation near the UP in Michigan ;-)) and my husband has informed me that he doesn't care if we have a garage I will not be freezing myself in the cold to make BBQ. Ah well I ca
Tell you husband that I (Chief Longwind) dig a hole in the snow, about 8 foot in diameter, all the way to the ground, and a pathway out to it, through 3 to 4 foot of snow, and bank the snow into a 6 foot high windbreak on the west side. I'm attaching a couple of pictures, from early in the snow season. Believe me, it gets deeper, enough to make you . I've been known to smoke a turkey, or grill steaks during very cold snowstorms.

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Old 07-12-2013, 02:16 AM   #15
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Tell you husband that I (Chief Longwind) dig a hole in the snow, about 8 foot in diameter, all the way to the ground, and a pathway out to it, through 3 to 4 foot of snow, and bank the snow into a 6 foot high windbreak on the west side. I'm attaching a couple of pictures, from early in the snow season. Believe me, it gets deeper, enough to make you . I've been known to smoke a turkey, or grill steaks during very cold snowstorms.

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Ahhh, Chief Longwind, how I admire you!
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Old 07-12-2013, 03:03 AM   #16
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Chief, that last photo looks like it could be Mrs. Longwind doing the "crazy" thing with her finger. Probably not, since she loves ya! To me you aren't crazy, you're my hero!
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Paymaster, the fatties not only tasted scrumptious (I bet) but that bacon basketweave is a work of art. Well done, sir!
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Paymaster, the fatties not only tasted scrumptious (I bet) but that bacon basketweave is a work of art. Well done, sir!
Thanks you!
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Tell you husband that I (Chief Longwind) dig a hole in the snow, about 8 foot in diameter, all the way to the ground, and a pathway out to it, through 3 to 4 foot of snow, and bank the snow into a 6 foot high windbreak on the west side. I'm attaching a couple of pictures, from early in the snow season. Believe me, it gets deeper, enough to make you . I've been known to smoke a turkey, or grill steaks during very cold snowstorms.

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Wow, that is a lot of snow...it looks quite piled up out front of your house
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Old 07-24-2013, 08:00 AM   #20
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Wow, that is a lot of snow...it looks quite piled up out front of your house
That ain't nothin'. The county saw fit to push back the snow banks on either side of my driveway, with a front-end loader, and dump a 10 foot high mountain of snow on my blueberry plants. I feared the worst. Fortunately, blueberry is tough. I had only a few branches break. As the song says, "Sad but true". The plants bounced back with a vengeance this summer, and have more than doubled the branches it had last year, with the older branches producing more blue berries than ever.

And yeh, it was a very snowy year.

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