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Morning Peeps!

Crap! We had a power surge last night and now I have to go back and reset every clock in the house.

Thank God I have a cell phone to tell me EXACTLY what time it is!

The animals know what time it is!

I would like to take this time to remember our Service Members.

Thank you, ALL, past and present for your dedication.

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And just how does a pedi improve the situation?
Playing catch up here, from last night.

The ladies can back me up on this.

GO GET A PEDI!

It feels soo good and they massage your legs, which feels soo good!

One feels rejuvenated when they leave!

Right, Girls?
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Sound interesting...young woman to rejuvenate me and leave , I am in!
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Family-Bear BBQ tonight...
- basement reno work (insulate & hang drywall, tomorrow) @ sonny place
- Dad will have a great weekend


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Beau modeling shoes, his favorite ones...makes Papa look, all dressed up.
- compared against, my clogs
- and showing off, his sexy ankles...

And my "vintage shoe horn", I've had it over 50 years.
- handle folds flat, so easy to keep in my pant pocket / for my slip on Timberland's

Can't find exact link...but similar to these.
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Good morning all -- Alan j. - you better forget them young chicks - remember your Heart condition ! May be a over load

Was following Lady Di's lead this morning - landscape work - Anyway - I heard a plane coming from the West - I said Ken that sounds like a Mustang !!! Oh yes - I was right - he was ?? best guess 2,500 to 3,000 feet - with a tail wind and that bird was moving ! My favorite airplane ! The sound of the V-12 Merlin is music to my ears - nothing can compare . btw - It was painted in invasion colors !

Burgers going on the grill !

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Evidently only SpocksDad and AJ know (and acknowledge the difference between a foot fetishand a shoe fetish. Bottom line is that if you're showing pictures of feet covered with shoes (closed toe) that's an example of a shoe fetish. Picture of bare feet, feet in sandals with toes showing and attractive dog feet with neatly trimmed nails are examples of foot fetishes.

Geeze, Midwest weather conditions and resulting disaster areas from tornados and floods are heart breaking.

Was watching the early morning news to see what was going on nationally--not much good. I'll settle for the not very attractive stuff Portland is getting--60ish yesterday with misty rain off and on and doing pretty much the same today--cloudy--no rain until after noon --which means I better go and quickly mow both the front and back yards--they are both out of control. But tomorrow and continueing temperatures go up into the upper 70's with sun most of the day--fine with me.

We've been doing Holters in preparations for the summer cardio clinic Mt Hood DPCA puts on. Toad's result are back and all things considered (age and related conditions) it looks pretty good--less than 50 PVC's and only one was a doublet.

Burma is done just needs to be sent in to Alba to be read--and Willow will have to wait a bit since she just was spayed because of pyometra. If anyone wants to know leaving bitches intact isn't such a great idea--the advantage decrease with time and older intact bitches become more and more likely to develop pyo--which often means an emergency spay and if owners aren't pretty wise to symptoms can mean death for the bitch if the probem is a closed pyo. UGH--dealing with prostate issues with older intact males is bad enough but at least the symptoms tend to be obvious and identifiable before they become life threatening.

Yikes--that was a pretty ugly bit if unasked for information...I'll go away now---it's late enough to go mow a lawn...

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MEL - Beau the weed genius is back @ Ya.
- but my advise, wouldn't be as detailed as from Purdue University educated Doc

Now that we are in the dandelion season, look what my "design of experiment" discovered.
- pulled one out of my driveway, yesterday
- them dam roots, are over 2 feet deep // hard to get weed killer, to the root tip
- easier to live with them, that try and kill'em
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I mow the dandelion flowers down and I've also seen deer stroll through my yard selectively sucking up the flowers. But I still have dandelions. Especially this time of year--the plant is flatter, the flower stems not as long, and nothing else in the yard is worth bothering to mow yet. I read somewhere that pulling them doesn't do a whole lot of good because the root breaks off below the surface of the ground and more plants can re-grow from the root.

They're the real life version of the mythical Hydra**

If they weren't so common though, I think people would love dandelions. Pretty yellow flowers...just dead-head them before they set seeds and you could have a garden that blooms all summer. They'll take harsh conditions, and there's no need to re-plant the following year.

Dandelion research--Dandelion roots can be as long as 15 feet in ideal conditions. When you cut any of the root off, fragments as small as 1-inch long left in the ground easily grow into a new dandelion plant. You may remove the plant temporarily, but it returns quickly within a few days or weeks, depending on environmental conditions.


** "The Hydra had poisonous breath and blood so virulent that even its scent was deadly. It possessed many heads, the exact number of which varies according to the source. Later versions of the Hydra story add a regeneration feature to the monster: for every head chopped off, the Hydra would regrow two heads." Wikipedia



Hauled branches off to the local rock/tree and yard slash dump this morning (I think they make mulch out of the plant matter and sell it) On Saturdays, they do a care and share thing. Bring a few cans of food and you can dump your yard stuff free. (They don't take garbage, painted wood, etc.)

Anyway, since this weekend is the first after our branch-breaking heavy snow, I figured there'd be a line, and timed it so I would get there a touch before they opened at eight. But there was already a line of at least twenty pickups with trailers and full beds in both directions from the street entrance in front of me, lots more cars actually inside the yard waiting in line and unloading, and more stretching way out into the distance behind me. There were also some poor ordinary cars who were just out for a drive and didn't know the two-lane road (with no-passing stripes) would be backed up. I saw them U-turning behind me. At least the place was set up and staffed for quick turnarounds...but I still had to wait about 45 minutes to get in and unload.
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I slipped on the stairs and banged my wounded knuckles nicely. The skin didn't open up, but I think maybe under it did...so I have a nice swelling/bruise. Nothing like Stiff Upper Lip John (SULBJ)'s stair fall, but I'm still applying ice. Gives me an excuse not to do any grunt work today, but it does reduce me to one-finger typing.
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Stuff like this is where saying come from - The one that it makes me think of is -- Here - Hold my beer and watch this - lmao

I'm thinking that somebody use to watch WAY to much TV - this is just to funny

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Playing catch up here, from last night.

The ladies can back me up on this.

GO GET A PEDI!

It feels soo good and they massage your legs, which feels soo good!

One feels rejuvenated when they leave!

Right, Girls
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YEP - this Lady, obviously need a PEDI & some Nail Polish (won't Hurt)...


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The Girls Outside!

Desperately trying to catch up with the goings on....and failing lol!

It’s been super busy/slightly traumatic over here in A&L land....

My new job is mental busy, busy I am enjoying it so much....just being away from my old boss is like heaven haha!
I am also trying to get my diploma assignment done (digital marketing) which I have left until the very last minute and I now need to submit the draft on Tuesday eeekkkk!

Axel is a strong willed little devil at times but is learning quickly so we just need to keep up the training.

A has been through the mill a bit in the last 24 hours. Yesterday at lunchtime he was driving through Lincolnshire and the car in front of him veered into oncoming traffic and hit a lorry coming the other way at 60mph...
He ran to the aide of the elderly couple in the car to find them completely unresponsive, the man with head injuries and the lady with a completely severed arm. He felt completely helpless.

Today whilst fishing he had a call from the police to say he had witnessed two fatalities and the elderly couple had both died instantly in the collision. He will be required to give evidence at an inquest.

It is thought the man driving had fallen asleep at the wheel after a long journey. Aaron said their suitcases were on the back seats.....they had been on holiday.

So sad. So so sad. For both the families of the elderly couple and the lorry driver who will live with that forever.

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Sad, scary and possibly even PTSD inducing...healing thoughts for Aaron as well as the people, relatives and friends of those involved in the actual crash.

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That is a very sad story L - One thing for sure young lady - You are bringing me up to speed with your English - lol

Lorry driver ?? Goggled it = Truck driver - lol

BTW L--- I vote for you for New Prime Minster ! You would lots better
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[QUOTE=Louise&Aaron;4072809]Desperately trying to catch up with the goings on....and failing lol!





There is no catching up, here.

Just jump in and state your case!

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A&L- Sorry to hear about the accident that A was involved in.

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SP-Needs to leverage the zTrak keys & Chicks pass from the Mister
LD- Needs to sleep later & come clean with a legit footsie pic
AJ- Needs a Pedi with a "leg massage" as promoted by SP
MB- Needs the Piano Tuner to leave so Her Knuckles can Mend
Doc- Needs to cook his potatoes and eggs while awaiting the rains to stop
B67- Needs a weed expert and a bottomless stomach to handle his diet
DB- Needs a lawn guy to help out at her place
4x4 - Might need one of those Stair Lift thingees?
TN- Needs cooler weather for his long hikes w/Mocha
Radar- Needs to check in more often
SD- Needs to rest after just completing his mega landscape project


Ten Doberman Rules
Poke Everything.
It's New? Bark At It.
Moves? Chase It.
Doesn't Move? Smell It.
Liquid? Spill and Dribble It.
Treat or Food? Wolf It Down.
Not Food? Chew It Slowly, Be Quiet & Hide From Human.
A Toy? Shred & Destroy It.
Stuffed? De-Stuff It.
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A&L- Sorry to hear about the accident that A was involved in.




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SP-Needs to leverage the zTrak keys & Chicks pass from the Mister
LD- Needs to sleep later & come clean with a legit footsie pic
AJ- Needs a Pedi with a "leg massage" as promoted by SP
MB- Needs the Piano Tuner to leave so Her Knuckles can Mend
Doc- Needs to cook his potatoes and eggs while awaiting the rains to stop
B67- Needs a weed expert and a bottomless stomach to handle his diet
DB- Needs a lawn guy to help out at her place
4x4 - Might need one of those Stair Lift thingees?
TN- Needs cooler weather for his long hikes w/Mocha
Radar- Needs to check in more often
SD- Needs to rest after just completing his mega landscape project
You got that right, SD, but unfortunately it's not gonna happen till around late September, early October. When weather like this hits, I question why I ever tried to talk my wife into moving to Florida and retiring there. WTH was I thinking? At least here we do get fall, winter, and spring, even though they're getting shorter each year.
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Dad and Mom put on a perfect BBQ tonight, for BabyBear and the 3 dogs.
- weather cleared in time ...was pelting rain, mid-afternoon
- meal was topped off, with Momma home made PeCan pie
- photos later, they just left for home...see them tomorrow, on Reno.

The Toronto Raptors in game6 of NBA semi-finals...home game, on TV now.
- they would make the finals with one more win, since their up 3 games to 2 already
- would be a 1st, for our Canadian basketball team


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I took this pic this morning...I may not have seen eye to eye with our breeder, but I have to give it to her, she bred some stunning dogs. And yeah I know, beauty is in the eye of the beholder and all that but if we still had to pay for film and to get it developed, I'd be broke by now due to the number of pics I've taken of this girl of mine over the last 5 years.
Love my ninny!
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YEP - this Lady, obviously need a PEDI & some Nail Polish (won't Hurt)...

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From TN's 5-Day Vacation Thread- ---Now we know what ^^^^^^ Todd and Son were looking at when this clip was taken....
(For your benefit, I won't post the Toe Fungal Mania Meme again.....Thanks So Much Beau!.)




Ten Doberman Rules
Poke Everything.
It's New? Bark At It.
Moves? Chase It.
Doesn't Move? Smell It.
Liquid? Spill and Dribble It.
Treat or Food? Wolf It Down.
Not Food? Chew It Slowly, Be Quiet & Hide From Human.
A Toy? Shred & Destroy It.
Stuffed? De-Stuff It.
Bites You Back? Wrestle It!

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Substitute Chicken Hawk for FB...then its Appropriate Funny:
- some WoodShed detentions, may be a coming // get out of Jail cards, null-in-void now
- SP has been saving hers, for nothing


upload your picture
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Knowledge is key, to everything in ones Life...a candit Talk, on real Problem Solving.
- Beau really enjoyed this interesting video on career, motivation, building business & fitness, etc.
- just sharing, for our exercise Hawks & self improvement Chickens here

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The Talk Your Grandfather Never Gave You | Jim Flanagan | Full Length HD
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcKf6XTne-4

Jim Flanagan is one of the most knowledgable and effective strength trainers in the world, and served alongside Arthur Jones during the Nautilus and MedX founding era for 36 years. In 2017, Jim Flanagan was inducted into the National Fitness Hall of Fame.

In this podcast episode, Jim Flanagan joins me for a Part 2. This was even better than the first episode and Jim and I cover a lot of interesting topics within high intensity training, body building, and the fitness business..........

https://highintensitybusiness.com/pr...anagan-part-2/
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Nice post Beau........I listened to the first podcast ........I like this....
“Better get a little stronger if you want to stay a little longer”.......so true.....I need to get with it!
I walk a lot...but have been considering going to the gym with Scott to use machines............this was motivating...........interesting hearing him compare the use of machines versus traditional training methods on the high school kids.........might be good for me to do some machines.......
Plan to listen to the next podcast later...good stuff Beau.
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Also worth mentioning....the power of a handshake back then...........miss this in business today.
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