Coffee anyone ?

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I know where them feet have been too and it took me awhile to get over it. After I scrub them, scald them, peel them, boil them for hours, strain the broth, jar it up and pressure can it, by golly the finished product is CLEAN.
Yeah. I think once you peel one... and see that all of the nasty is peeled off...

Then you realize it is good stuff.
 

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:hu We were camping as young as two weeks. Aaaaaaaaall seven children 0-10. In a tent.
I'm approaching my 60's. When we took our kiddos, I was young as well. My son and daughter were babies at time. I'm too old to babysit in the woods now. Once the grand kids get some miles on them and become more self sustainable, then I can enjoy the rustic retreat lifestyle again. Dragging a 4 y/o autistic child out to the woods is not a mini vacation by any means.
Whether they like it or not! ;)
My kids were born before beepers/pagers/cell phones. They lived to be outdoors. They loved camping. Especially the camping & fishing times. Both were in Scouting. Both troops were heavy Camping Troops..
Nothing like fishing for catfish with the kids and 3 hours later cooking them with the kids in a cast iron skillet on a camp fire.
I have tons of fond memories on 110 film, if anyone really remembers what that was..lol
The good ole days were good. Yes indeed.
 

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This FFFR (fried feet fetish relief ) is available from any of the street vendors in the Philippines and in some eateries as a appetizer, traditionally served before the main dish of balult. Just ask for panlasang pinoy, Paa nang Manok (Chicken Feet Adobo), or the easily prononounced version...Adidas.
Um, no thanks.
 

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I have tons of fond memories on 110 film, if anyone really remembers what that was..lol
The good ole days were good. Yes indeed.
110? You young whippersnappers were in high cotton.
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Most of my early pictures, we took with a Brownie Hawkeye using 620 film.
The camera came with one roll of film and cost new, about $8. Add a couple of bucks and you got a flash. Flash bulbs were like gold around my house tho. DO NOT try to catch the bulbs when ya pop it out...they are hot!!
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110? You young whippersnappers were in high cotton.
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Most of my early pictures, we took with a Brownie Hawkeye using 620 film.
The camera came with one roll of film and cost new, about $8. Add a couple of bucks and you got a flash. Flash bulbs were like gold around my house tho. DO NOT try to catch the bulbs when ya pop it out...they are hot!!
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We still have our Brownie 8mm camera. NO BATTERIES NEEDED. It has a butterfly fold out crank. Still have our projector, reels and even a slide machine.
Hubby was really into 35MM chrome slide pix back in the day. It was fun going camping in non primitive camps with the Scouts and doing slide shows of previous years of packs/dens projected on a sheet in the woods while toasting marsh mellows with friends and family.

We had a betacam back then too. Betamax player as well. All that stuff was transferred to digital to preserve the memories. Old technology didn't have a very long shelf life back then.
I love memory lane! My happy days..
 

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More mini pies are now done. Coffee pot is set, and Baymule has me tired from crying. :tongue
Goodnight, to all! I hope everyone sleeps well... unless you’re working. That might get you fired. Or driving! Don’t do that. :hide
Crying?

Thanks! I need coffee! Pouring rain and had to take the puppy out twice to potty. Just had to wait for a break in the rain. Grand kids spent the night, Disney channel is on.
 
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