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Andrew was in a video integrating local college and industry with course content for new student employment opportunities.
He sure looks pretty dab’ber if I must say so myself!
SP - going back now, did someone mention BabyBear "eye-candy"......Mew.
- Beau beginning to sound like the 2 FM cuz's ...baiting someone to read backwards
- or hunt for some more pics.

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Mila is like clockwork - 4am and she is ready to get up and go out....do her business. But of course she is now in her bed sleeping!


But I had to get the pizza dough started. Since we were out a bit later than normal to eat dinner and I was lazyish when we got home....didn't start it last night.

Will have a Cheeseburger Pizza today.

Weather will be high of 77 today. But when I took Mila out at 4 it felt warm still was at 72....I was hoping for a nice chill....Weather.com says it will drop in temp to 68 by 8 then warm back up....
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And Good morning to all!

Here is a photo of a pizza I made - it is a few years ago so early on in my pizza making..... Made it this shape then....but I have gotten better at shaping them in the traditional rounds as well. I can toss it a bit - Not throwing way up in the air though I also typically make them a bit thinner crust as well.



And a bread I made as well - same bread different angles.

I cut the top of the round on purpose so it would open up as it did - Also notice the "ear"....when making baguettes when making the slices on top they talk about the ear.

You guys that live out Northwest may recognize this guy - Ken Forkish

Here are links that show how he makes bread - it is fro his book FWSY - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0ow...AZl6z69kpmUzBI

He also has a Pizza book - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ni2VK7g1Ss

I have both plus 20 more or so



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Dang that looks good ! Both of them
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here's one for SP - with the 4960

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Good morning all......
Yep Hoss attempted to get us up at 4am..........he sticks to his weekly schedule.........Scott kept telling Hoss to go to bed...hoss would listen and then return about 10 minutes later.........so we are up at 5am......thats sleeping late is Hoss’s world.

My vote is for chili because I think thats what Cuz really wants to make so good idea for everyone to just play along.

Yeah Cuz.....will have to figure out what I am doing wrong regarding texting .......glad you are OK.........yes lots of good pics and video’s this past week......will put something together later today.

Hey noticing any change in the leaf colors yet ?
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here's one for SP - with the 4960

That was dusty!

Heck I would be weaving back and forth a bit Have to keep fairly straight and good speed control and coordination between both drivers so not to spill the beans on the ground!

How long does it take to do a field like that?
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Yep Hoss attempted to get us up at 4am..........he sticks to his weekly schedule.........Scott kept telling Hoss to go to bed...hoss would listen and then return about 10 minutes later.........so we are up at 5am......thats sleeping late is Hoss’s world.

My vote is for chili because I think thats what Cuz really wants to make so good idea for everyone to just play along.

Yeah Cuz.....will have to figure out what I am doing wrong regarding texting .......glad you are OK.........yes lots of good pics and video’s this past week......will put something together later today.

Hey noticing any change in the leaf colors yet ?
Exactly - Mila does that too - pokes you ….tell her go back to bed 10 minutes later she is back - no real sleep for either of us
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That is real interesting watching Doc do his thing........that equipment is powerful. Would not want to fall forward that for sure........
Looks pretty comfortable ..until something goes wrong..........so doc......what could go wrong.........something that gets stuck in the spinner, flat tire , what ?
Doc are you even up yet ?
You should be .......come on .....we have questions!

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Exactly - Mila does that too - pokes you ….tell her go back to bed 10 minutes later she is back - no real sleep for either of us
Same here .......we know Hoss will be back........so we just give in because he eventually will come to the bedside and squeak a toy over and over again ....if that does not work then he will stare and woof.
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So lets see what am I going to do today .........hmmmmmm
Well I do not have to edge ........the grass is still 3 inches away from the side walk (in most places) ............plus the grass growth is really slowing down....the plants always know when winter is approaching....
So back to Saturday activities....
Pick up piles of leaves from last weeks job
Take a break
Get luggage out and start packing for vacation
Take a break
Put something into the luggage
Take a break
Trim some leafs off my elephant leaf plants
Take a break
Clean refrigerator before Scott gets home from grocery shopping
Take a break
Get ready to go to pub for lunch
Go to pub
Come home and make a IMovie for the coop
Color my hair and complete mani/pedi
Take a break
Entertain Scott
Take a real long break
There thats sounds like a good plan.........
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Looks like its just me and you Modem...........what the hell is 6:30..........watched a movie last night ..”Shaft”.......it was pretty good.....actually funny is some parts of the movie.

Oh...as far as the sinus issues...I work for Ear, Nose, and throat surgeons...so we deal with sinuses all the time. The best thing you can use to keep yourself comfortable is sinus saline spray. That spray keeps the sinus tissues from becoming inflamed...thus less stuffiness....thus keeps one more comfortable. This also works for the common cold....does not cure the cold but allows you to breath a little better ....makes things more bearable during times of illness.
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Looks like its just me and you Modem...........what the hell is 6:30..........watched a movie last night ..”Shaft”.......it was pretty good.....actually funny is some parts of the movie.

Oh...as far as the sinus issues...I work for Ear, Nose, and throat surgeons...so we deal with sinuses all the time. The best thing you can use to keep yourself comfortable is sinus saline spray. That spray keeps the sinus tissues from becoming inflamed...thus less stuffiness....thus keeps one more comfortable. This also works for the common cold....does not cure the cold but allows you to breath a little better ....makes things more bearable during times of illness.

Yeah - Doc looked like he was on - but maybe had to go do some farming on a Saturday!

I have not seen Shaft so went and watched the trailer - looked funny.
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Yeah.....Shaft .....serious in some parts ......but funny is others.........for once a movie that I did not fall asleep before the end!!!
Oh...doc was on already...did not notice that.......good ....he needs to learn how to work hard...its good for him!
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so doc......what could go wrong

Di --- You name it - lol it can happen , the worse is a bearing going out when cutting the beans - we use a leaf blower to -- blow off the dust the best we can , but it still finds a place to hide and will fall down the back of your shirt - in your eyes - lol I wear contacts - so it is hard on them

Mod - dumping on the go in beans is the hardest - they is really no rows for the cart driver to follow - corn is pretty easy - because of the rows - cutting in the night adds to the excitement !

Ran out of beans ready to cut about 4 pm yesterday Will have to shut down till the others are ready , everybody around here in the same boat - its because of the heavy springs rains delayed planting so late , corn is not close to shell yet .

Oh yeah - will be working to day - have lots of service work to do , have to fill up the combine with fuel as one thing -- btw it holds 250 gallon - that will run me a day and a half to 2 days . Was going to work all day at the farm - but since we can't run - will come back here and mow the dog lot and stuff that needs to be done here this afternoon

Everybody have a good day

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I'd love to see pictures. That's Hairy Dog's general mix of breeds, though with Cattle Dog as the primary part rather than GSD, I imagine he looks different.

See post # 20289
So I splurged and did Embark Genetic testing for Ori AKA Harold DogDog AKA Hairy Dog AKA HDD.



THE GREAT REVEAL

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They show pure Cattle Dog on one side, and German Shepherd, a little Cattle dog and Mixed Breed on the other.




He's 70 pounds, about 24" at the shoulder, hairy (coarse and wiry), and sheds a LOT, mostly guard hairs, not so much undercoat (he actually doesn't have much undercoat) for some reason.

He's a pretty decent dog, quite good actually, though not dobe-like...whoever had him first did a good job of squelching the "how to be obnoxious in the house" instinct.

Except for the mouthing, which is a BIG TIME problem. He crunches down, hard...and I have delicate skin (almost on a bleeding disorder level). We were told that the reason he was turned into the shelter was that he fought with their other dog. He did have tooth punctures on his back and neck, so it looks like they really did have a problem keeping their dogs civil with each other--but I've seen NO dog aggression from him since then. I'm thinking his mouth was a big part of why he was surrendered. Not a beginner's dog at all, solely for that reason.

So if you see any sign of that, help them figure out how to deal with that early (immediately). Once they get past puppyhood, my experience is that it's really a tough behavior to extinguish. Right now, it has settled down to just an over-excitement thing, but how do you keep a dog doing agility from getting excited??
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I was wondering if you wore a dust mask...but it looks like your cabin is enclosed and air-conditioned. No pictures of your harvester's chair...is it a leather upholstered lazy boy style recliner??
How's the noise...do you need ear plugs, or do you just crank up the muzak?
Noise is not to bad - most times I have the radio turned down so I hear the machine - amazing what you can hear going on the machine - I do crank it up some - for Di and SP to enjoy the music . Dust is not bad in the cab , pretty air tight , Seat is like a air ride seat - you just float sitting in it + lumbar adjustment - go threw lots of Windex and paper towels keeping windows clean
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Weather will be high of 77 today. But when I took Mila out at 4 it felt warm still was at 72....I was hoping for a nice chill....Weather.com says it will drop in temp to 68 by 8 then warm back up.

47 here this morning - a little nipply out
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Here is a photo of a pizza I made - it is a few years ago so early on in my pizza making..... Made it this shape then....but I have gotten better at shaping them in the traditional rounds as well. I can toss it a bit - Not throwing way up in the air though I also typically make them a bit thinner crust as well.

Ah a fellow pizza maker Here's one of our creations...and once we found home-made pizza, we've never ordered out again
Pre cheese - chicken, mushrooms, jalapenos,pineapple and tomatoes.

The finished hunk of pure deliciousness
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Ah a fellow pizza maker Here's one of our creations...and once we found home-made pizza, we've never ordered out again
Pre cheese - chicken, mushrooms, jalapenos,pineapple and tomatoes.

The finished hunk of pure deliciousness
Those look great - the before and after. The rim very nice! My wife would like the toppings!!!

Of course I have to have the dough recipe!

Did you make your own sauce?

And agree - home-made pizza is best !
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I don't have time to chat this morning, but at least had a chance to breeze through the latest posts. My one comment for now is, from a fellow pizza maker, NICE JOB on the pizzas!
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Those look great - the before and after. The rim very nice! My wife would like the toppings!!!

Of course I have to have the dough recipe!

Did you make your own sauce?

And agree - home-made pizza is best !
We tried both ways; making our own dough and buying pre-made dough from Publix and the hands-down consensus was, it was way easier and a LOT less messy to buy pre-made . When we made our own, we ended up with some really odd shaped pizzas LOL, not that shape matters but man, it's an art to get the dough to a nice circle and when a man wants to eat, ain't nobody got time for that



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