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AIC... One of my favorite bands ever!

RIP Layne. All the fabulous singers from the Seattle area that died too early. LS. Chris Cornell. Andrew Wood. Ok... Curt also.

Rough times, the grunge era in the Pacific NW.

STJ!

Edit to say: Not to forget Scott Weiland. Not from Seattle, but definitely part of the grunge scene
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I keep telling you grunge isn't the only music scene in Seattle that lost some very talented people. Long before grunge, Seattle was the very well concealed last stop for a lot of singers, musicians and groups--some emerged, some didn't. But it was the home of the after hour music clubs--lots of jazz before gunge even had a name. I didn't much get into that scene at all--for one thing I was heavily into showing dogs first and then out of Seattle for 30+ years and being as I've been a 'lark" awake at dawn and turning green and wanting to sleep by 9:00 pm (and the after hours places were all opening at 2:00am) it was only occasionally that my music loving friends succeeded in dragging me out.

I was more into the music scene by the time I ended up in (near really)Los Angeles. My ex was a night owl and made me take naps in the early evening and dragged me around to a bunch of places in the late night.

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My first (and hopefully not my last lol) attempt at grilling a cowboy (tomahawk) steak. I rubbed it with olive oil, spread some rub on it, then threw it on a hot grill to sear both sides for 5 minutes each, then I put it on indirect heat to get the internal temp up to around 150 which they claim is medium. We shall see in a few minutes. If I screw it up, Mocha will be the happiest Doberman east of the Mississippi
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No kidding...no trash service. WOW......first person I have ever known with no trash service.
Recycle or burn .............I am just amazed at the things you can do Cuz.
Ah you city (or \biggish town) folk. I spent summers in a very small (2,500 people) town in South Dakota--no trash pick up there either. Burn barrel out in back for anything that would burn and a pile of drying vegetation, leaves and miscellaneous wood--burned that when dry too. And (drum roll please) a metal garbage can that contained all metal (cans flattened) and about twice a year my aunt would cart it off to the town dump (there was a section where you dropped metal stuff off and about 4 times a year a guy who bought metal would come around and weigh it and take it away and the funds would go into the town coffers for stuff like summer programs for kids.

And when I spent the winter in Plymouth Vermont--we rented a house on an ex Dairy Farm that used to belong to one of the Presidents family (can't remember who now--I've been sitting on my sciatic nerve too long and it's killing me. Recycling (anything plastic, metal or glass) went in plastic bags in the big main barn until we had a full load of them-then we took them to a recycling place in Woodstock (the closest town of any size). Garbage went up the back hill (anything that could be turned into mulch) and anything paper was burned in the wood stove in the living room. No trash...

Now that I think of it when I was a kid that was what we had to do--burn the trash, break up any big pieces of wood to burn and flatten all the cans.

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Trying to determine if the weed is poisionous.....for some reason recently Hoss is obsessed with them.....try’s to eat them like a dog would eat grass...........he always goes for the exact same weed.......just started since Scott took holiday from weed whacking.........hmmm.........
Anyway.....I looked on the internet with no match......
Please help identify if you have the time.......
Well, I looked LadyDi and doesn't look like anything I've ever seen--maybe some sort of a Florida native. I'll look the next time I'm at the library and sometimes their picture is so much better I actually recognize stuff.

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My first (and hopefully not my last lol) attempt at grilling a cowboy (tomahawk) steak. I rubbed it with olive oil, spread some rub on it, then threw it on a hot grill to sear both sides for 5 minutes each, then I put it on indirect heat to get the internal temp up to around 150 which they claim is medium. We shall see in a few minutes. If I screw it up, Mocha will be the happiest Doberman east of the Mississippi
wonder if MC is OK ? TN posted up pictures of food and she has not replied !
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wonder if MC is OK ? TN posted up pictures of food and she has not replied !
That is worrisome, indeed. Hope she's ok
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Tomahawk steak?? Where on the cow does that some from?? Is that a bone-in rib-eye??

I just thought of another CT topic that should have been put on the list:

"Creative Spelling 101--How many ways can you spell the same word?"

Don't know how we forgot that one.


OH...and the burning of trash thing. My grandfather retired into an area that didn't have garbage service, so he made use of the barrel burn method, separating cans, etc. One of my earliest memories when I visited, as a kid who grew up strictly in the suburbs--walking around his wooded acreage picking up sticks to use as kindling. A different kind of chore, and a favorite activity for me.
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Here’s some pic’s of my weeds and some roots...........
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Oh better yet !



So what is with this weed that makes Hoss want to constantly eat it and then throw it up..........??
Meanwhile Hoss is closely watched....or on a lead .....

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Tomahawk steak?? Where on the cow does that some from?? Is that a bone-in rib-eye??
Yes I think it's the same cut of meat but with more of the rib bone left on.
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So what is with this weed that makes Hoss want to constantly eat it and then throw it up..........??
Meanwhile Hoss is closely watched....or on a lead .....
Mocha is a selective grazer too, I have to watch her like a hawk and never leave her out back unsupervised. And that's also the reason we put up a fence at the edge of our backyard where we planted hostas, hydrangeas, and some other plants - to keep her away from the plants.
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beats me Di , Alan will figure it out Its not good if Hoss throws it up ! I think I read to mix up vinegar water and dawn dish wash soap , it pretty sure they use the dawn as a sticker .

I read that Mel knows her weed , all I can say is , I bet she does , lol

Aunt B . yeah them buildings are big ( where they make equipment , Had a chance to go to the CaseIH build's there combines , my dad went on the trip , he said it was amazing to watch them being built .

TN ,The steak looked great ! how was it ? Mel your right . its a ribeye and they leave around 5 inches of the rib bone on it = how they came up with tomahawk , may have been made by the French ?

Mocha . she is so good looking ! pictures are great TN , been busy here and did no post on the butterfly question , black and white or color ? I say color , to me , you just can not get the true meaning of the beauty in black and white

Mel , another topic we forgot to tell Lannie about ! The adventures of Aunt B ! her travels living across America + one of her favorite story's was about Ray ! lmao !!
then there is Toad ! What a Doberman ! and Clark , her exploits of her si-cod-ick nerve ( its all in her head ) just kidding AB Lannie , Aunt B is a true book of knowledge ! and we all love her on here !
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Cowboy steak, caveman style LOL



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If that don't get Meadowcat to reply , then we had better check on her !
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It looks to be a variety of Shrimp plant , Not a dangerous plant. Keep it trimmed!
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killed off the emerging marijuana industry.
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Burn barrel out in back for anything that would burn and a pile of drying vegetation, leaves and miscellaneous wood--burned that when dry too. And (drum roll please) a metal garbage can that contained all metal (cans flattened) and about twice a year my aunt would cart it off to the town dump
Shoot, I did that wrong... well, anyway, this is exactly what we do, but there's no dump, either, LOL! Rich (my hubby) takes all the flattened cans to a recycle place about once a year when we have a big box full, and gets a few bucks for them.

I'm really sorry I missed out on this thread earlier. There were quite a few topics listed I would have enjoyed participating in! Well, I'll try to pay attention better now.

Ken, I'm outta time again this morning (gotta get ready to go milk and do chores), but I'll just copy and paste that chicken and calf story here later, K?

I'm going to have to go start bringing in tomatoes and get the canner fired up as well - it's 45 degrees right now. Won't be long before the tomato plants go bye-bye. I hate fall, because it means winter is coming, and winter here is brutal. The older I get, the colder the winters are. Go figure.
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Meanwhile, we're going to have July in October
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Boy . Mel is really sleeping in today
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Meanwhile, we're going to have July in October
That is what we will look like as well - but we drop to low 90's high 80's first of Oct. Also we start warmer earlier in the week....guess that is why we drop in temp quicker? But who knows - by this time next week it may be a bit different weather
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Yes I think it's the same cut of meat but with more of the rib bone left on.
Ahhh...adds gnawability; no fork or knife needed. Of course.
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Finished up washing my wife's Odyssey this morning....ugh love bugs are not very loving when it comes to getting them off the front bumper, hood and mirrors!

2 - 3 sprays of bug and tar removal, washed, scrubbed a few times....and still missed some
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And ECIN....I was up all night. Mostly. I took DogDog over to the agility gym to practice at about 10:30 last night, and that set back my sleep schedule.

So I took some extra beauty rest--though not much beauty here; I need that much just to get back to not giving people one of those can't unsee moments.

Temps here? We've managed to get into at least September range

Today 73/46.
Monday 79/50
Tuesday 81/51
Wednesday 76/47
Thursday 79/50
Friday 76/48
Saturday 77

September is typically the beginning of the drop--mid October the average lows drop into the low 30's and don't get back above freezing until the end of April. A long winter and a short growing season.

Jan 43/18
Feb 45/20
Mar 52/26
Apr 60/33
May 69/43
Jun 79/51
Jul 85/57
Aug 82/56
Sep 74/47
Oct 63/36
Nov 51/25
Dec 42/17

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I saw it was snowing in Big Sky Montana last night
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