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Old 02-03-2013, 12:35 PM   #21
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Darn it! Must have missed this post, I'm on my way! Just have to check my kayak for leaks
I'll leave the light on and have the spare bedroom ready. Tip: rig a sail, or better yet, get a wing from a broken airplane. The you won't have to paddle as much. And you may wish to put a sidle float on that kayak. I've seen ocean waves before, when I lived on an aircraft carrier. They never got big enough to tip over our great big, airplane toting, grey canoe, but I'm pretty sure they could swamp a kayak in short order. Maybe you should come the long way, by helium balloon.

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I'll leave the light on and have the spare bedroom ready. Tip: rig a sail, or better yet, get a wing from a broken airplane. The you won't have to paddle as much. And you may wish to put a sidle float on that kayak. I've seen ocean waves before, when I lived on an aircraft carrier. They never got big enough to tip over our great big, airplane toting, grey canoe, but I'm pretty sure they could swamp a kayak in short order. Maybe you should come the long way, by helium balloon.

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Maybe I should just shoot myself out of a cannon? Don't forget that light, I'm scared of the dark!
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Vetkoek (SA fatcakes) alla Snip My fatcake recipe as requested by Z :smile: 6 and a half cups of all purpose flour 2 tsps of salt 2 tbsps of sugar 1 pkt of instant dry yeast Lukewarm water to mix Vegetable oil for frying Mix sugar and yeast with some lukewarm water and leave to foam. Sift flour and salt. Pour yeast water into flour mix and knead while adding more water till you have a bread dough consistency. Knead till the dough is smooth. Cover mixing bowl with a damp cloth and allow dough to rise for 60 mins in a warm place. Devide dough into tennis ball size pieces. Flatten each piece slightly in the palm of your hand. Deep fry in 375 F oil till golden on both sides. Drain on kitchen paper. Serve fatcakes filled with curried ground beef or jam and cheese etc. Regular bread dough from the supermarket can be used too if you don't like making your own. Enjoy! Here's a pic of the net, sorry don't have my own pic but they look like this... [URL="http://www.google.com/url?sa=i&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&docid=3YICVkFmwmtd2M&tbnid=Y6dfCRkbvg2auM:&ved=0CAgQjRwwAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.grouprecipes.com%2F28490%2Fvetkoek.html&ei=pdsLUdjbHJGFhQfI34CIDQ&psig=AFQjCNEcjEkEqZ9owZibezf0DPR4jaS8vA&ust=1359818021509233"][IMG]http://s2.grouprecipes.com/images/recipes/steps/200/90817783959.jpg[/IMG][/URL] 3 stars 1 reviews
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