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Guess Who Has A 5-Day Weekend?

Me, that's who! Tomorrow is my Friday off, Monday is a holiday and I said what the heck, may as well take Thursday off to make it a 5-day Mocha and I were out of the house by 7:30 to head for the park and it was already 76 degrees and HUMID. Blah, October can't come soon enough for this kid. The foliage in the park is really thick now, to the point you almost need a flash to take pics once you're in the woods, especially early in the morning before the sun has completely come over the hills.
The were a surprising number of folks there this morning, people walking, jogging, walking their dogs but Mocha did fine, maybe the best ever...I'm thinking she was just happy to be out there with me, doing what we love.
Only took a couple of pics today...

Come on dad, let's get in the woods already!


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Jealous of your long weekend!

But it looks like Mocha had loads of fun!

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Lucky folks to have all that time off.......certainly there must be a honey do list around somewhere......LOL
Nice PIC's ........thanks for sharing your joy of being off work.
Do not worry about me......I work for surgeons......so we are here just here at work today .......SAVING LIVES ........you just go out and have fun .......
Seriously ...enjoy!!!

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Great pictures! 76 deg. sounds nice. That temp would not be that warm here. That is the difference humidity makes.

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Yeah that 76 didn't feel too bad when we started but by the time we were done, I was a sweaty mess, glad I brought a small towel along! I get such a kick out of how happy Mocha is when we go hiking.

Haha today was hilarious....we were walking along, and we passed through a section where the sun was shining through the trees, which cast our shadows and I started singing "Me and my shadow, strolling down the avenue, me and my shadow, not a soul to tell our troubles to" and then to my chagrin, there was an elderly couple who were behind us, walking quietly and catching up to us...as they passed us, she lady said "You don't have to stop singing, and you and your dog are just so adorable, all this time we thought you were with a friend or your wife the way you've been talking and then we saw you were walking your dog"

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Good for you Mocha and what's his name - lol

Great Picture As always !

73 here and VERY muggy TN - feels more like 83 !

Have a great 5 days off ole buddy !

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Cloudy here, 41 degrees, high of 44 predicted, possibility of rain.

At least they've taken snow out of the forecast.

Anyway, rain or shine, i still have to walk the dog. But no singing today.

Frank Sinatra was one of my mom's favorite heartthrobs when she was a teen.


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Mel, you are having the same kind of weather as us. It was like 45 high here yesterday. We are heading to Laramie tomorrow to a show and I understand it was high of 32 yesterday and just a bit
warmer today. Thankfully shows will be indoor. Gotta pull out those down coats.

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Thank goodness it's going to be too hot for my wife to have me out in the yard working! Or so I hope

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Good for you Mocha and what's his name - lol

Great Picture As always !

73 here and VERY muggy TN - feels more like 83 !

Have a great 5 days off ole buddy !

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We're up to 86 and it's supposed to be in the low 90s for the next 5 days. Ugh. Our daughter is heading up to Ohio with her boyfriend so it'll just be my wife and I and the dogs for the weekend....tomorrow I get to BBQ some beef short ribs, chicken, and a few country style ribs and I'll make my world-famous potato salad again, and that'll be our dinner for a few days I swear I could eat BBQ every day and never get tired of it. Never!

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Cloudy here, 41 degrees, high of 44 predicted, possibility of rain.

At least they've taken snow out of the forecast.

Anyway, rain or shine, i still have to walk the dog. But no singing today.

Frank Sinatra was one of my mom's favorite heartthrobs when she was a teen.

Wow, that is chilly but I don't mind chilly, it's better than burning your bare feet when you step out on the deck
I honestly thought we had that part of the park all to ourselves and I was singing like I was home in the shower...busted! Now the stories will circulate about the crazy old man who talks and sings to his dog in the park LOL
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Ok, TN, the challenge is on. I thought it was I that made 'The Worlds Famous Potato Salad'.
However, it is my Grandma's recipe and she was born and raised in Tennessee, so who knows, we may have the same recipe.

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Ok, TN, the challenge is on. I thought it was I that made 'The Worlds Famous Potato Salad'.
However, it is my Grandma's recipe and she was born and raised in Tennessee, so who knows, we may have the same recipe.
Nope, it's most definitely me LOL. It's actually a very basic recipe but, everyone who's tasted it over the years has loved it and told me it's the best they've had. Of course they could all have been lying to my face (while stuffing theirs with my potato salad ) but it sure made me feel all warm and fuzzy
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Yep, people tell me the same thing. Must be the same recipe.
Tell me your recipe and I may be able to help you out a bit.
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Just kidding, TN. Mine is very simple, too. Have to use the russet potatoes, eggs, sweet relish and recently improved because someone else had added black olives to hers and wow, that made it even better.
Dressing I think is the secret and mine is simple - mayo (not salad dressing) mustard, cream to thin, and a bit of tobasco.

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Just kidding, TN. Mine is very simple, too. Have to use the russet potatoes, eggs, sweet relish and recently improved because someone else had added black olives to hers and wow, that made it even better.
Dressing I think is the secret and mine is simple - mayo (not salad dressing) mustard, cream to thin, and a bit of tobasco.
Mine is even simpler.
Peel, cut and boil the potatoes, while they're still hot put some salt and pepper on them, put in fridge to cool.
Hard boil a mess of eggs. Most are for the salad, the rest go on top.
Once the potatoes are cool, they get cut down further, then throw in some chopped onion, chopped eggs, sweet relish, a dab of yellow mustard, and Miracle Whip. Keep adding mayo, relish, salt & pepper till it tastes just right.
Then put sliced hard boiled eggs on top, and sprinkle paprika across the top.
It's best a day later once everything has soaked into the taters.
Hmmm black olives...I may have to try it
Edited to add: Ha, my wife will only buy russet potatoes as well.



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You know that sounds really good. May have to try it. I tried some fancy dijon mustard and it just didn't do it. Had to go back to plan French's mustard.
Oh yeah, I forgot I do use the paprika on top.
Miracle Whip has to be a southern thing. Took me 20 yrs to change my husband liking for it!

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Ever try Dukes Mayo?


Duke's Mayonnaise
Duke's Mayonnaise is a condiment created by Eugenia Duke[1] in Greenville, South Carolina, in 1917.[2][3] While it is the third-largest mayonnaise brand in the United States (behind Hellmann's and Kraft), its popularity was at first largely limited to the South.[4] It is used in regional favorites such as tomato sandwiches, cole slaw, deviled eggs, pimento cheese, and potato salad.[5][6] Duke's Mayonnaise contains more egg yolks than other mayonnaise products and no added sugar, giving it a tangy flavor.

By 2017, in the centennial year of its original recipe, Duke's mayonnaise became available throughout the United States and also in New Zealand, Australia and the Middle East. In 2017 Sauer announced that it was also starting sales to Latin America.[7]

C.F. Sauer Company in Richmond, Virginia purchased the Duke's products in 1929, and Duke's mayonnaise became the company's flagship product.[8]

In 2017, the South Carolina legislature recognized the centennial of Duke's.[9]

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Soybean oil, eggs, water, distilled and cider vinegar, salt, oleoresin paprika, natural flavors, calcium disodium EDTA added to protect flavor.[10]

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I've never heard of it. Going to keep my eyes open for it.

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Same here, I'll see if they carry it here locally. I am partial to Miracle Whip, but am willing to give something else a try. And who doesn't like tomato sammiches? White bread, a thick slice of beefsteak tomato and mayo on both sides with salt and pepper. Yum! And if you add bacon and lettuce, it gets even better
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Has to be homegrown tomatoes, right? My little plants are valiantly hanging on in spite of the cold.

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For the first time ! I will revile my world class - Voted on by the general populace - Potato Salad

1. I use about a 6 pounds of baby potatoes - washed - then dump them in a large roasting pan

2. 1 dozen eggs - broken and poured over the baby potatoes

3. 2 jars of whole pickles - add to the over ingredients of the pan

4 A large jar of Cussing Ken's mustard - also pour over the other stuff

5. A pound to a pound and a half of baby tomatoes -

6. 1 jar of Mayo

7 1 jar of Miracle Whip

8. 10 ozs of Cussing Ken's pepper with a kick

9. 1 block of cheese - Gov Cheese if you can still find any = it is well aged !

10 mix it all up and frigerated till very cool

11 - It will be the hit of the party

There you go - How simple is that ! + tasty !
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Looks fabulous! So do you have your own label for mustard and pepper?

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Matter of fact I do Bonnie -- Its called Uncle Cussie -
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Really TN and Bonnie - A BIG thanks to you both ! I was telling the Mrs. about both of your recipes - they both are real close to ours - Next thing I knew - Mrs was fixing eggs and putting in the Russets in the over .

Can't wait !

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