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Old 05-28-2012, 05:08 PM   #41
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Heh. If the neighbors were surprised by Rocky at 5:30 a.m. I would bet they'd be thrilled with Mr. Remington at 11 p.m.!
I was thinking more likely midnight or 1:00 a.m. That's when my dad goes coon hunting and darn near gives me a heart attack because he tends to shoot from right beside the window of the room in which I sleep when I'm there.
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Old 05-28-2012, 05:52 PM   #42
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How fortuitous, I just came across my Roadkill Ideas Cooking List. Raccoon and Garlic Stew, or Raccoon with Tomato and Radiatorre Pasta.
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Old 05-31-2012, 06:12 PM   #43
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"Unless it is like riding a bike (come to think of it, that's another thing I haven't done in a long time...). "

You and me both. I think I'd fall off as soon as I'd try to move forward.


"I would bet they'd be thrilled with Mr. Remington at 11 p.m.! "

Hey, Mr. Remmington can be a suprise at any time of day. I'm lucky that my neighbors are well versed in his sound and don't mind at all whatever the time of day or night.

"he tends to shoot from right beside the window of the room in which I sleep when I'm there."

I can't think of a better wake up call.

Princess, You need to be careful of that roadkill. The last roadkill I had was a rabbit but I ran it over myself on my motercycle so I know it met the Health standards our wonderful government sets to keep us all safe. It wasn't over 4 hours between 40 degrees and 160 degrees.
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"Unless it is like riding a bike (come to think of it, that's another thing I haven't done in a long time...). "

You and me both. I think I'd fall off as soon as I'd try to move forward.


"I would bet they'd be thrilled with Mr. Remington at 11 p.m.! "

Hey, Mr. Remmington can be a suprise at any time of day. I'm lucky that my neighbors are well versed in his sound and don't mind at all whatever the time of day or night.

"he tends to shoot from right beside the window of the room in which I sleep when I'm there."

I can't think of a better wake up call.

Princess, You need to be careful of that roadkill. The last roadkill I had was a rabbit but I ran it over myself on my motercycle so I know it met the Health standards our wonderful government sets to keep us all safe. It wasn't over 4 hours between 40 degrees and 160 degrees.
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Old 05-31-2012, 11:44 PM   #45
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The only nice thing about digging up all this old weird threads is that you see old names of peoples gone by.
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Old 06-01-2012, 08:36 AM   #46
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I cannot imagine eating those pesky critters. They hide out at the dumpster at work as we are close to the river, it's quite a suprise at 5 am when I occasionaly have to go in for early morning baking. There has been some talk around about eating horse, has anyone ever heard of that?
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I cannot imagine eating those pesky critters. They hide out at the dumpster at work as we are close to the river, it's quite a suprise at 5 am when I occasionaly have to go in for early morning baking. There has been some talk around about eating horse, has anyone ever heard of that?
Horse is delicious. I only had it once, in Denmark.
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Old 06-01-2012, 12:17 PM   #48
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the best salami are made out of horse meat.
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I couldn't resist posting this YouTube link. You've probably already seen it.
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Old 06-01-2012, 05:03 PM   #50
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the best salami are made out of horse meat.
You can buy horse meat sausages in Quebec. I went to a BBQ at a friend's in Montreal a few years ago where they were on the menu. I was repulsed. There as some things I would not consider eating--horse is one of them, cat or dog are also on that list. Unless I were on the brink of starvation, I would not consider eating these faithful friends. If I'm not careful, chicken might end up on that list too!
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