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    #4201 42 days ago

    Now that I know they aren’t shy I’m bringing snacks next time.

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    #4202 42 days ago

    Pidgeons were what the Gammo i bought was for. We moved into a depot once that had a mad population of the fuckers shitting everywhere. I've filled skip bins up with them.

    Pidgeon snacks.

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    I love absolutely living in a warehouse, don't get me wrong. But the one thing i miss about having a yard is my gardens. The simple beauty of walking the garden to decide which way to go with the meal you are picking for.
    The pleasure in giving neighbors and friends boxes of fruit and veg everytime the drop in to visit to take home with them.

    The taste of things like carrots and potatoes than have no flavour from the supermarket. I'd rather plant than mow anytime.

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    #4203 42 days ago

    Yellow peony starting to bloom. Smells awesome 20220629_181617.jpg20220629_181723.jpg20220629_181716.jpg

    #4204 41 days ago

    The guy I traded some tools a few weeks ago for a little slot machine stopped by again today. He brought me this little guy for $10 in trade.

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    #4205 41 days ago

    3 costers that were the world's tallest when built...

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    #4206 40 days ago

    Went to see a cover band called Britt Floyd last night. The music, light show, and theatre was just amazing

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    #4207 40 days ago

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    Too good for words.

    #4208 39 days ago

    West Coast Lemonade

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    #4209 39 days ago
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    #4210 39 days ago

    From a different East Coast:

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    #4211 39 days ago
    Quoted from pinwiztom:

    West Coast Lemonade
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    Got that sorted too, baked Cherry Ripe Brownies with green butter yesti.

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    #4212 39 days ago

    It's raining outside and wife is watching a movie. Time for some afternoon pinball

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    #4213 39 days ago

    Nice winter morning here. Surfers, sailboats and snapper.

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    #4214 38 days ago

    I'd love some BBQ red snapper.

    #4215 38 days ago
    Quoted from punkin:

    Nice winter morning here. Surfers, sailboats and snapper.
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    We got some nice beaches here, but it's flat as fu"k, and hot. That's just beautiful...

    #4216 38 days ago
    Quoted from jaytrem:

    3 costers that were the world's tallest when built...
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    Road trip to CP?

    I use to go on roller coaster vacations w/the kids. We'd go for almost 2 weeks straight - nothing but amusement parks. I use to buy the season pass to Six Flags then we could visit any Six Flags park for free.

    #4217 38 days ago
    Quoted from mbwalker:

    Road trip to CP?
    I use to go on roller coaster vacations w/the kids. We'd go for almost 2 weeks straight - nothing but amusement parks. I use to buy the season pass to Six Flags then we could visit any Six Flags park for free.

    Cool, can no doubt hit a lot of parks in 2 weeks.

    Yup CP, we went out there for Coaster Con. Exhausting, but a great time! They opened some coasters 2 hours early and closed them 2 hours late. Doesn't allow for enough sleep in between.

    #4218 38 days ago
    Quoted from jaytrem:

    Cool, can no doubt hit a lot of parks in 2 weeks.
    Yup CP, we went out there for Coaster Con. Exhausting, but a great time! They opened some coasters 2 hours early and closed them 2 hours late. Doesn't allow for enough sleep in between.

    So what other parks did you hit? Or is it just one park?

    I would get a Six Flags Louisville season pass since was only about $40 as opposed to ~$60-80 at a bigger park, Then hit up Kings Island, CP, Geauga Lake (turned into a Six Flags), then head over towards the east coast and down south (focusing on the Six Flags parks because of the season pass). Covered most of the parks east of Indiana, some to the west. Been to Magic Mountain in CA, and some parks in TX. Never made it to Dollywood for some reason. We'd get there early and pretty much were the last ones out the gate at night.

    Despite being a coaster fan, Universal/IOA Orlando is still my favorite. Good to see them expanding again.

    #4219 38 days ago
    Quoted from pinwiztom:

    See post#3732 for photo to compare their growth.

    Here is a shot of my backyard raised bed garden.
    Plants are about a month behind the plants on the deck.
    Tomatoes, pumpkins, zucchini, and cucumbers and some volunteer tomatillos.

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    Please ignore the abundant weeds in the lawn.

    #4220 38 days ago
    Quoted from mbwalker:

    So what other parks did you hit? Or is it just one park?
    I would get a Six Flags Louisville season pass since was only about $40 as opposed to ~$60-80 at a bigger park, Then hit up Kings Island, CP, Geauga Lake (turned into a Six Flags), then head over towards the east coast and down south (focusing on the Six Flags parks because of the season pass). Covered most of the parks east of Indiana, some to the west. Been to Magic Mountain in CA, and some parks in TX. Never made it to Dollywood for some reason. We'd get there early and pretty much were the last ones out the gate at night.
    Despite being a coaster fan, Universal/IOA Orlando is still my favorite. Good to see them expanding again.

    The primary event as at Cedar Point and Kennywood. There were some "add-on" days before and after. So we hit Waldameer on the way out and Idlewild, DelGrasso's and Lakemont on the way back. Also, a few real small places were giving us free rides on their kiddie coasters, so we stopped by a couple of those and played some mini golf, rode go-carts and whatnot.

    Next year Coaster Con is Dollywood and Carowinds. Looks like Dollywood is building another new coaster. They've been expanding non-stop for ages now. Should definitely check it out if you get the chance, great atmoshhere too.

    Just got back to Universal for the first time in about 20 years. Yeah, that place is awesome!

    #4221 38 days ago

    Here's a Kennywood shot. Kinda cool, they let us walk around in the dark ride and shoot stuff. So you could really see all the details and how stuff work. Thought this pic was a bit funny since most people look like zombies.

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    #4222 38 days ago

    I know my hands were smaller when i was six, but give it a rest Wagon Wheels....

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    #4223 38 days ago

    Grilled Atlantic yellowfin with pineapple spears, and add a crisp German pilsner for the cook.

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    #4224 37 days ago

    Sunday night drunk pinball is the same as Saturday afternoon pinball, just less glow

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    #4225 37 days ago

    Firework show at Cedar Lake down the street .Priceless atmosphere

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    #4226 36 days ago

    Bags on the water, then out on the boat for fireworks

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    #4227 36 days ago
    Quoted from punkin:

    Got that sorted too, baked Cherry Ripe Brownies with green butter yesti.
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    I am unable to see the special herbs in that one mate ?
    That green butter is so fine, amazing
    Looks very tasty !

    Can you figure out a way to butter up those wagon wheels

    #4228 36 days ago

    A recent visit to Grafton NSW Australia.

    I am upset that the trip was so brief to visit sister and I had no chance to catch up with the wild man of Whoopi punkin.

    Hopefully next time.

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    #4229 36 days ago
    Quoted from RA77:

    I am unable to see the special herbs in that one mate ?
    That green butter is so fine, amazing
    Looks very tasty !
    Can you figure out a way to butter up those wagon wheels

    Shared brownies on Sunday. Got a report back that the power of speech was removed from one contestant for over an hour after they left....

    Tiz a shame you couldn't catch up. Only 1/2hr from Grafton to mine.

    #4230 36 days ago

    Had a few leftover stones so I dug this plot out this morning. Put a couple different weigela shrubs in and a goldflame honeysuckle vine. The bees love weiglas and hummingbirds love honeysuckles.

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    #4231 36 days ago

    Potting soil is always fresh when it comes from the freezer section

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    #4232 36 days ago

    For my hard work the wife made magic brownies! She cut them a little small. I'll try three

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    #4233 36 days ago

    If they use 140-150gms (6oz) of bud butter i'd be very fucking careful with that idea.

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    This is the recipe i use, they are fantastic, gooey cherry, chocolate and coconut.

    Do you guys have Cherry Ripe?

    https://createbakemake.com/cherry-ripe-brownies/

    #4234 36 days ago
    Quoted from punkin:

    If they use 140-150gms (6oz) of bud butter i'd be very fucking careful with that idea.
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    Just 1 oz of kief in this batch.

    #4235 36 days ago

    Never heard of it. Apparently Amazon sells it. $16 for 216g bag imported from Australia.

    Sounds tasty. Cherry, coconut and dark chocolate. Mmmn

    #4236 36 days ago

    Let me know how you get on.

    I use 1oz of bud to 1kg butter (4 sticks). It makes enough for 4 batches and one the size of the big ones there will sit you fair on your arse.

    Went down to the RSL yesterday for a beer with mates after 1.5 brownies. They sussed me at the bar and i got smiles and 'enjoying your day?' questions.

    #4237 36 days ago
    Quoted from dirkdiggler:

    Never heard of it. Apparently Amazon sells it. $16 for 216g bag imported from Australia.
    Sounds tasty. Cherry, coconut and dark chocolate. Mmmn

    Just use your favourite chocoalte bar chopped up.

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    #4238 36 days ago
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    #4239 36 days ago
    Quoted from aFineMoose:

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    "Oh no! Toto We are Not in Kansas (New West.) Anymore"

    #4240 36 days ago
    Quoted from Darcy:

    "Oh no! Toto We are Not in Kansas (New West.) Anymore"

    These photos are from just north of Sioux Lookout in NW Ontario. I’ll head back to New West when the water freezes. As much as I’d love to experience a real Canadian winter, I’d rather deal with the rain.

    #4241 36 days ago
    Quoted from dirkdiggler:

    Just 1 oz of kief in this batch.

    Butter day now you reminded me. 2 oz bud, carbolizing, 8 sticks (2kg) of butter warming up to the idea.

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    #4242 36 days ago
    Quoted from aFineMoose:

    These photos are from just north of Sioux Lookout in NW Ontario. I’ll head back to New West when the water freezes. As much as I’d love to experience a real Canadian winter, I’d rather deal with the rain.

    The wife and I looked at buying some land on northern Vancouver Island and your pic reminds me of the pics the realtor sent

    #4243 35 days ago

    Painted daisies

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    #4244 35 days ago

    Couple cool cars at a auction I'm attending this weekend. First in person auction since covid

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    #4245 35 days ago
    Quoted from dirkdiggler:

    Painted daisies
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    Good job whoever painted them.. they look real!

    (Tell Rosie she's an artist!)

    #4246 35 days ago
    Quoted from Dee-Bow:

    Good job whoever painted them.. they look real!
    (Tell Rosie she's an artist!)

    Reminds me of this old classic...

    #4247 35 days ago

    Results in Dirk.
    2 oz bud made 1250gms of butter.

    150gm's butter for 30 large serves in the recipe above = 8 plus batches = 240 serves or 8 months of being ripped every day.
    .23gm's a day for a can't talk high.

    None of my mates who smoke every day can make an oz last 4 months, i tell ya.

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    #4248 35 days ago

    Walking past the garage last week, I heard an unusual sound. Found this hummingbird all pissed off at the fluorescent fixture for some reason. I watched for a minute while it chirped and pecked at it before flying off.

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    #4249 34 days ago

    We’ve had high water, and as it drops rocks appear. I did a rock check in the air, but you can’t see everything. Unfortunately I scraped one pretty good as I was leaving the shoreline, so maintenance has to fix my mistake. Lots of our docks were wrecked by ice in the winter, so we had to beach a lot, which was a ticking time bomb.

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    #4250 33 days ago

    Taking Charlie out for his last walk of the night last night, didn't have the flash light on, something darted away from our path.
    All I saw was something long, figured it was a snake.
    Charlie cued me in to this amphib hiding between bike tires. Poor thing, we've not had rain in weeks, hope it finds some water.

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