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axhandle May 24th, 2012 11:07 AM

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"The Morning" ---This A.M. 010 hrs.

Squash and New Potatoes--:

Potatoes will be 'Put to good Use--Iron Skillit, /bacon grease, some salt.---never Overcook--Throw in some Walking Onions, (sliced), just at the right moment.

I boil some, and make a base for Pigachi.---some cheese.

Squash---Heck, I eat it for breakfast---Raw or otherwise!

Too bad, 'Damaters are not here yet--

axhandle May 24th, 2012 11:51 AM

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A Tribute:

James Gavin, (505, 82nd.) Youngest General to wit, age ,--35. "He Always Jumped , First!"

Fractured discs , para -drop, Normandy, refused Medical Treatment.

Market Garden--Dropped into Nijemagen, headquarters,----.

He was my Commencemt Speaker--on Graduation--'67--I sat at the aisle, He had Steely Blue Eyes, well fit--and knew what he spoke about--

axhandle May 24th, 2012 11:57 AM

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Originally Posted by axhandle (Post 929308)
A Tribute:

James Gavin, (505, 82nd.) Youngest General to wit, age ,--35. "He Always Jumped , First!"

Fractured discs , para -drop, Normandy, refused Medical Treatment.

Market Garden--Dropped into Nijemagen, headquarters,----.

He was my Commencemt Speaker--on Graduation--'67--I sat at the aisle, He had Steely Blue Eyes, well fit--and knew what he spoke about--

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springfever May 24th, 2012 09:46 PM

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I will have this picture in mind tomorrow, Ax. I'll be placing flags on the graves of the young men and women that we have lost. It is a small country cemetary , but too many didn't make it home.

Ajla May 25th, 2012 09:28 AM

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Everything is planted and doing well, so I unhitched the masarati from the lamppost and went for a nice long ride!

axhandle May 27th, 2012 06:50 PM

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I will have this picture in mind tomorrow, Ax. I'll be placing flags on the graves of the young men and women that we have lost. It is a small country cemetary , but too many didn't make it home.

True, so true---and an example of remembering--and tribute.

axhandle May 27th, 2012 06:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Ajla (Post 929525)
Everything is planted and doing well, so I unhitched the masarati from the lamppost and went for a nice long ride!

Yes, it is that time again, getting mine out next week--:)

redneckplanter May 28th, 2012 12:05 PM

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have a good holiday my friends.
and many thanks to all of you patriots who answered the call.

Garlicluvr May 29th, 2012 08:21 AM

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Ax: Got the Groves Spitfire and shot some arrows through her shoots accurate but I think the string it came with is a bit long or stretch as the brace height isnt correct. I should get the new string I ordered for it today or tomorrow, then I will start set-up and tuning.

Went to Wife's Nieces wedding in Milwaukee over the weekend, went well but put me a bit behind on things.


Hope all is well in Bama.


Jeff:)

w8in4dave May 29th, 2012 08:38 AM

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Mornin Ax :) Off today to go help cut trees down, Hope your weekend was wonderful! See ya soon :)
Wendy AKA Dave LOL


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