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Woolburr
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 22:26
He's got the 'sporting' lab look, with the blocky head and shorter legs. We don't see labs like him very often in this area.

He is an outstanding looking boy....very much the hunter line. I bet he has a champion or two in his bloodline.

Belmondo
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 22:28
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Leyla suggested I post this.
We are off to do winter wonderland stuff.



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Just not sure.:-|

poppie guy
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 22:28
Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!!!!!!

G'MAE all! I have been snowed in today but had FUN! My kids are at their dad's so I went down to a neighbors house. (if you don't remember I live currently in the house I grew up in). My long time neighbors daughter (my age) drove up from Raliegh to be here for the snow. I walked down to her folks house and we 'played' today. LOL It was so nice, we talked for hours, all of us put together a puzzle, had dinner, it was a really nice way to spend a snowy day!

Any left over tequila?

cfpackerfan
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 22:29
LONNIE on your video, Bax perked his ears and did that side to side thing with his head.

CAT Bax did the same thing when he heard Kerby's squeaky toy:lol: No kidding about the chemistry between Luna and M, the allergy thing is such a shame. Why is it Luna isn't getting adopted? She seems like a sweet girl. Because she's waiting for the perfect one. ;)

http://lcimages.zenfolio.com/img/v1/p328896403.gifLOVE this one!


sure blame poor Luna - when there are how many other animals there?Oh, it's Luna. :lol:

monkeygirl
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 22:32
Ok - so I was trying to help Luna out. She just needs the perfect family. You went through it with Mikey, so I know that you can do it with Luna.

mtnphtgrphr
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 22:33
Any left over tequila?
LOL We didn't even drink ANY!!!!! Bwahahahahahahahhahaha Nor did we drink any of the case of beer that was chilling in the icy snow on the back deck! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Becky N
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 22:38
G'Night all, can't keep my eyes open any longer.

poppie guy
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 22:41
g'night sarge.

monkeygirl
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 22:44
Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!!!!!!

G'MAE all! I have been snowed in today but had FUN! My kids are at their dad's so I went down to a neighbors house. (if you don't remember I live currently in the house I grew up in). My long time neighbors daughter (my age) drove up from Raliegh to be here for the snow. I walked down to her folks house and we 'played' today. LOL It was so nice, we talked for hours, all of us put together a puzzle, had dinner, it was a really nice way to spend a snowy day!

Jenn, Glad you had a wonderful day with an old friend

monkeygirl
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 22:45
Nght Becky. Hope you had a good shoot today.

cfpackerfan
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 22:45
Ok - so I was trying to help Luna out. She just needs the perfect family. You went through it with Mikey, so I know that you can do it with Luna.Yep! We've found homes for some hard cases. Luna should be an easy one by comparison!

Do you remember the story of us going to to that FULL shelter because they were putting dogs down, but they would only let us 'choose' from 5 dogs? And we ended up taking that senior border collie, who was mostly deaf? Who had been beaten?

SHE got adopted. By a most wonderful amazing loving family. Total tears when that one happened.

If Sasha can find a home... anyone can.

G'Night all, can't keep my eyes open any longer.Night Becks!

misspix
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 22:47
I seem to be nodding off, lol. G'night!

monkeygirl
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 22:48
Exactly Cat - It just needs to be the right time and the right family - just takes time

Woolburr
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 22:49
411313221

Just not sure.:-|

4-3-2-1 Boom! :lol:

cfpackerfan
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 22:49
Night Dragon!!!

monkeygirl
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 22:50
Night Terri. Hope you have sweet dreams

cfpackerfan
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 22:50
(I still don't get the number pyramid. Zane, tell Leyla thanks for the headache)

Skrim17
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 23:01
My brothers pup, she passed at 12 about 3 years ago

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y116/skrim/image001edit.jpg

Her name was Cashes, we called her Hoopie.

Skrim17
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 23:01
The photo is 9 years old.

cfpackerfan
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 23:02
AWww, that's a sweet memory photo, Crissa.

Tell me how you got her nickname?

Skrim17
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 23:06
My brother started calling her that, the Cashes name was something with her pedigree and where my brother fished. She lived her first 6 years with him on his boat most of the year, at their house over the winter.

Our childhood dog, Tammy, we called...are you ready?? Tammy Whammy Sticky Poopy Doopy Whoopy Good Girl on a regular basis, so Hoopie came from the poopy doopy whoopy family.

cfpackerfan
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 23:08
LOL!

monkeygirl
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 23:08
cute Pup Crissa

short5
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 23:12
31131211131221 I think....Yup

Look how great Star looks!She does

And the Kirb-meisterAwwww

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31131211131221Yup

hey, that's what I gotHe looked over your shoulder

3 dogs adopted today:

All in all, a great day. :)Fantastic, Kit.

Hey. Queen of the first official MMQ. I know you care ;) I do believe we are to the point in our friendship that it goes without saying :)

.....:confused: Which in no way implies that I take you for granted. *quickly gathers bouquet of friend gifts including, but not limited to, one slightly used shoulder, one clean sleeve for snot wiping, a bar of spicy dark and a bottle of good red* Awwww, nice :D

He's got the 'sporting' lab look, with the blocky head and shorter legs. We don't see labs like him very often in this area.I thought Sporting, American, or Field labs were long and lean like Bax, Maggie, or Harley. English, Show, or "Bench" labs tend to be heavy and blocky.

ZANE cute Dots-in-Snow.

Long day, came home to the bathroom waste basket spewed all over, a chewed up furniture mover glide thingy. and small remains of one maybe two stalks of my bay plant.:rolleyes:Thanks and uh oh,lol.

Ok, you don't have to watch the whole thing (it's not that exciting, lol), but at about 0:43, M came to visit, and this was Luna's reaction to seeing her again.Awww, sniff.

411313221

Yeah no

Yep! We've found homes for some hard cases. Luna should be an easy one by comparison!

Do you remember the story of us going to to that FULL shelter because they were putting dogs down, but they would only let us 'choose' from 5 dogs? And we ended up taking that senior border collie, who was mostly deaf? Who had been beaten?

SHE got adopted. By a most wonderful amazing loving family. Total tears when that one happened.

If Sasha can find a home... anyone can.

Great!

(I still don't get the number pyramid. Zane, tell Leyla thanks for the headache)Lol, I did.



My brothers pup, she passed at 12 about 3 years ago

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y116/skrim/image001edit.jpg

Her name was Cashes, we called her Hoopie.

ima_putz
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 23:12
My auntie had an Irish Setter named Lauren Beauregard of Bloody Gulch.

short5
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 23:15
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You follow the line above like this: The second line indicates there are Two 1s in the first line. The Third line indicates there is One 2 and One 1 in the second line....and so on

cfpackerfan
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 23:18
I thought Sporting, American, or Field labs were long and lean like Bax, Maggie, or Harley. English, Show, or "Bench" labs tend to be heavy and blocky. You're most likely right, and I am most likely wrong. :lol:
The point being that we dont' have labs like him around here. LOL


My auntie had an Irish Setter named Lauren Beauregard of Bloody Gulch.LOL! Hi putz.

You follow the line above like this: The second line indicates there are Two 1s in the first line. The Third line indicates there is One 2 and One 1 in the second line....and so on
Ow.

Skrim17
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 23:24
I'm finding old pics, lol!! This was easter of 2004 I think

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y116/skrim/three12.jpg

cfpackerfan
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 23:25
HAHAHAAA! Is that Eli??!?!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAA!!!!!!!!! OMG!

Skrim17
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 23:26
nice wrapped up tree coming out of his head...

short5
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 23:27
I'm finding old pics, lol!! This was easter of 2004 I think

:lol::lol::lol:Great expression:lol:

Skrim17
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 23:27
calendar boys...

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y116/skrim/calendarboys1.jpg

Skrim17
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 23:28
old pool pics

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y116/skrim/cuties1.jpg

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y116/skrim/jumpe.jpg

Skrim17
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 23:29
kissing cousins

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y116/skrim/smooch1.jpg

Skrim17
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 23:30
these are all taken with the G3 when it was the best thing going!

poppie guy
30th of January 2010 (Sat), 23:35
Nice G3 memories Crissa.

Listening to 'Mothership' on my new Bose headphones.

poppie guy
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:12
A couple of potn hawties.. in just a sec... okay, here they are.


http://mchurliman.zenfolio.com/img/v1/p804471280-5.jpg

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:19
*fans self franticly, opens window* Hi Terri, hi Kit ;)

cfpackerfan
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:21
LOL! That's Lisa. ;)

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:23
I just realized that but you posted first *continues fanning* You have the freaky red hiker thingies, she has those freaky red sandal things, see the confusion?

cfpackerfan
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:24
I just realized that but you posted first *continues fanning* You have the freaky red hiker thingies, she has those freaky red sandal things, see the confusion?:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

poppie guy
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:27
Wow, I'm surprised you two got figured it out so fast.:lol::lol:

poppie guy
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:30
Now listening to Supertramp.

cfpackerfan
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:40
Supertramp, huh?

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:41
Now listening to Supertramp.Hmmm, how about that.

Supertramp, huh?Apparently

I am onion warm :)

cfpackerfan
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:44
<---- listening to Phantom of the Opera.

cfpackerfan
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:45
A good drink in my hand.
Good friends to visit with.
Trail mix with ample cashews and M&Ms.
A dog (or 4) on my feet.
Excellent music.
A good scrabble game.


Doesn't get any better than that. *sigh*

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:49
LOL!!

Cat, I don't remember your freaky red hiker things. :lol:


Terri's "walk like an Egyptian"-ing

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:50
Hey...where's the Beef tonight? I don't think I've seen him around all day.

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:52
<----------looking forward to summer when can wear the freaky red sandal thingies (how odd..."thingies" is an actual word....makes note for scrabble)

cfpackerfan
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:52
LOL!!

Cat, I don't remember your freaky red hiker things. :lol:


Terri's "walk like an Egyptian"-ing

Mine looked like Tennies, but they were mesh and red/orange.

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:53
Mine looked like Tennies, but they were mesh and red/orange.


were? Is that an operative word here?

are they no more?

did we mourn?

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:54
A good drink in my hand.
Good friends to visit with.
Trail mix with ample cashews and M&Ms.
A dog (or 4) on my feet.
Excellent music.
A good scrabble game.


Doesn't get any better than that. *sigh*:) Nice

<----has never played scrabble with Kit *hurumphs audibly*



Cat, I don't remember your freaky red hiker things. :lol:


They are not really freaky, nor are your cool red off road sandals, it was fun to say though :lol:

http://shortwave5.smugmug.com/Friends/POTN-in-Oregon/POTN-Ranch-498/575771011_vH49u-XL.jpg

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:55
wow :| It appears that I missed all the g'nights tonight.

*waves adieu to Sarge, the Drachster & Heather...* I hope I didn't miss anyone.

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:55
Hey...where's the Beef tonight? I don't think I've seen him around all day.Really? Want to talk politics and stuff?

were? Is that an operative word here?

are they no more?

did we mourn?I bet a dog ate them.

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:55
*wonders who Cat is playing scrabble with...cuz it an't me either*

poppie guy
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:55
Haven't heard from the beef either, was think about asking you...

cfpackerfan
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:56
were? Is that an operative word here?

are they no more?

did we mourn?:lol: They still are. No mourning. :lol:

:) Nice

<----has never played scrabble with Kit *hurumphs audibly*

They are not really freaky, nor are your cool red off road sandals, it was fun to say though :lol:

http://shortwave5.smugmug.com/Friends/POTN-in-Oregon/POTN-Ranch-498/575771011_vH49u-XL.jpg

Scrabble me!

And who's the fat chick?

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:56
Really? Want to talk politics and stuff?

I bet a dog ate them.

LOL!! *starts sweeping the naughty step in preparation*


and oh yeah...I bet that's what happened.

poppie guy
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:56
Really? Want to talk politics and stuff?



Depends on the topic.... whatcha got in mind?:lol:

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:57
WAIT!! I WANNNA SCRABBBLE TOO!!!



Haven't heard from the beef either, was think about asking you...

and here I was about to PM you. :lol:

cfpackerfan
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:58
I bet a dog ate them.:lol: They have, amazingly, survived the dogs. :lol:

*wonders who Cat is playing scrabble with...cuz it an't me either*One of my old friends that I went to Puerto Rico with invited me into a game. I cleared my tiles TWICE! I've never done that before. :lol:

poppie guy
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:58
Hi Cat, what's in your hand?

thomascanty
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:58
You need a magnetic window cleaner Lonnie.

Never heard of such an animal...

A quick snap out the door. ZoŽ is moving warp speed out there, too fast to capture lol.

Awwww.... Looks like the little Lablette is having fun in the snow.

Plecostomus do a good job keeping aquarium glass clean. Maybe you could genetically alter a few to live on the outside of your windows.

Hmmm... There's an idea!

Next Tuesday (the 2nd) would not be a good one for me. I have to take the Colonel to a Dr's appointment...

Well, I do have to go there without you sometimes, y'know. We can't have you watching me take all of the game pics. I gotta get some for you to actually guess at once in a while...

And the Kirb-meister

Awww, poor beat up doggie.

cfpackerfan
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:59
LOL!! *starts sweeping the naughty step in preparation*
:lol: :lol: :lol:

WAIT!! I WANNNA SCRABBBLE TOO!!!
Scrabble me!

Hi Cat, what's in your hand? AAGOPTW

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:59
Hi Cat, what's in your hand?

she was beating Zane with a stick

cfpackerfan
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 00:59
<----- switched to Les Miserables

cfpackerfan
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:00
AAGOPTW

she was beating Zane with a stick

Oh!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAA!!!!!!! *snort* I thought he was talking scrabble! LOL!!!!!

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:01
Oh!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAA!!!!!!! *snort* I thought he was talking scrabble! LOL!!!!!

lol you certainly are single minded!

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:03
:lol: :lol: :lol:



AAGOPTW

watap
toga
goat
gawp

monkeygirl
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:04
wow :| It appears that I missed all the g'nights tonight.

*waves adieu to Sarge, the Drachster & Heather...* I hope I didn't miss anyone.

Lisa - thanks for sending me to bed - now I don't have to say that I am out for the night (which I am doing right now)

Have a great night everyone - see you tomorrow.

poppie guy
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:06
watap
toga
goat
gawp

gap
atop
tapa

poppie guy
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:07
she was beating Zane with a stick

Were those his feathers falling from the stick?

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:07
Lisa - thanks for sending me to bed - now I don't have to say that I am out for the night (which I am doing right now)

Have a great night everyone - see you tomorrow.

oh lol! I thought you said it earlier. Wonder who I missed?

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:08
Were those his feathers falling from the stick?

ashes

poppie guy
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:08
Cat, if a person had photoshop, how difficult would it be to clone out the comb?

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:08
And who's the fat chick?Honestly, one of the more beautiful persons I have ever met.

LOL!! *starts sweeping the naughty step in preparation*


:lol:

Depends on the topic.... whatcha got in mind?:lol::lol:*Pats step* Have a seat Mike. I dunno, want to do something with race, religion, bad language, and republican verse democrat while insulting the green party?http://i76.photobucket.com/albums/j23/shortwave5/popcorn.gif

poppie guy
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:09
ashes

Cool. Looking at the amount of ashes I'm surprised he survived.

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:10
Cool. Looking at the amount of ashes I'm surprised he survived.Barely

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:10
Z...it's your turn in 2 games of scrabble! :shock:

poppie guy
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:13
Honestly, one of the more beautiful persons I have ever met.

:lol:

:lol:*Pats step* Have a seat Mike. I dunno, want to do something with race, religion, bad language, and republican verse democrat while insulting the green party?http://i76.photobucket.com/albums/j23/shortwave5/popcorn.gif

Why not. We could do it like one of those early morning talk shows on the radio, maybe Mark and Brian. We can be shorty and the fish. I'll be the straight guy.

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:15
Why not. We could do it like one of those early morning talk shows on the radio, maybe Mark and Brian. We can be shorty and the fish. I'll be the straight guy.


hahahahaha omgosh I totally laughed so hard at that!!

I wanna be a conservative guest upstart.

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:16
I am trying to get in, scrabble is hinky.

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:17
Why not. We could do it like one of those early morning talk shows on the radio, maybe Mark and Brian. We can be shorty and the fish. I'll be the straight guy.:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:Dood:-|:lol:

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:18
hahahahaha omgosh I totally laughed so hard at that!!

I wanna be a conservative guest upstart.


Personally, I think you guys should start with a UFO show. I'm conservatively against crop circles. And I think that those "light" sightings are the results of wanton drunken reckless encounters. Probably hipped up on something...

poppie guy
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:22
Personally, I think you guys should start with a UFO show. I'm conservatively against crop circles. And I think that those "light" sightings are the results of wanton drunken reckless encounters. Probably hipped up on something...

Have the Cat, Mouse, and Dragon been partay-ing down in English pastures?

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:25
Have the Cat, Mouse, and Dragon been partay-ing down in English pastures?

how did you hear about tha.....I mean...why no. Of course not. *tidies designer suit and wonders when the blackmail demand is going to come in*

poppie guy
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:28
how did you hear about tha.....I mean...why no. Of course not. *tidies designer suit and wonders when the blackmail demand is going to come in*

hmmm, blackmail.... I'd settle for you letting me win a game of scrabble!:lol::lol:

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:28
Against crop circles?? WTH? Your opinion is wrong:roll:

:lol::lol:

CrazieCricket
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:29
<----has never played scrabble with Kit *hurumphs audibly*



Don't do it, Cat!!!!!! He is a meany head!:p:lol:

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:29
Oh and it's not my turn anymore.

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:32
Against crop circles?? WTH? Your opinion is wrong:roll:

:lol::lol:

nice repartee there lighter head...wrong? no. Just look at the way they muss up those fields. It's ever so untidy. *stand firmly in non-cropped field*

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:34
Don't do it, Cat!!!!!! He is a meany head!:p:lol:

he is? is this confirmed? details! *pours tea*

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:36
where'd the cat go?? Tis her turn! CAAAAAAAT!!!

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:38
Personally, I think you guys should start with a UFO show. I'm conservatively against crop circles. And I think that those "light" sightings are the results of wanton drunken reckless encounters. Probably hipped up on something...It's "hopped" You are cute when hip:lol:
nice repartee there lighter head...wrong? no. Just look at the way they muss up those fields. It's ever so untidy. *stand firmly in non-cropped field*A minor muss here and there but think of the economic gain to the community through news media, investigators, and looky loos drawn the area. The crops grow back you hipped up crop lover. Anyhoo they are kind of symmetrical and neat, not at all untidy.

cfpackerfan
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:38
Cat, if a person had photoshop, how difficult would it be to clone out the comb?Not too hard. ;)

Honestly, one of the more beautiful persons I have ever met.
:oops: :cry: :mrgreen:

Why not. We could do it like one of those early morning talk shows on the radio, maybe Mark and Brian. We can be shorty and the fish. I'll be the straight guy.:lol: :lol:

how did you hear about tha.....I mean...why no. Of course not. *tidies designer suit and wonders when the blackmail demand is going to come in*:lol:!

where'd the cat go?? Tis her turn! CAAAAAAAT!!!I'm here! I got sidetracked!

Woolburr
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:38
Did the kitty do a faceplant?

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:40
Hi Wool. How much snow did you get? We have maybe 5 inches.

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:42
It's "hopped" You are cute when hip:lol:
A minor muss here and there but think of the economic gain to the community through news media, investigators, and looky loos drawn the area. The crops grow back you hipped up crop lover. Anyhoo they are kind of symmetrical and neat, not at all untidy.

I said that...someone read back the transcript. I'm being misquoted. I know it. :lol:


hahahahahahaha
(it's not fair to make your opponent laugh...IRL I'd be so bad at debate...I'd start laughing and then I couldn't breathe...then there'd be paramedics and perhaps death...it's probably better that I resign from politics...)


*changes into redneck clothes, gets a board & some line and heads off to make crop circles*

cfpackerfan
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:45
*changes into redneck clothes, gets a board & some line and heads off to make crop circles*HAHAHAAA!!!!!! :lol: !

cfpackerfan
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:51
Agh!
I've got to go to bed. It's been a long day, and tomorrow will be even longer.

We are going to Vegas tomorrow to the 'Funny Bones' fundraiser. It's a comedy show benefiting Animal Rescue. I'm really looking forward to it!
Going to be kind of a 'girls night out' with 5 of us from HART. Show and dinner.
And I'm sure lots of laughing! the break will be so nice. :)

poppie guy
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:51
Foghat, take it easy.

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:51
now it's time for a "how to" show on crop circles:

Thing's you'll need:

A light plank (4-6 feet in length) with a rope (10-12 feet) knotted through holes in each end. Alternatively, you may prefer to buy a light garden roller from a garden centre. (I'm too cheap to buy a roller...a board will do)
A surveryors reel measuring tape as it doesnt stretch. Rope or nylon can be used but may stretch and make wobbly edges to circles. (My circle edges will probably be wobbly anyway, since the balance board made note of my falling down a lot :rolleyes:)
Marking poles - paint tips white to aid visibility at night (wonders if flame boy will volunteer for this job instead)
Protractor for measuring angles (it's just way wrong to say "bring a protractor" I mean come on...are we alien nerds or what??? EYEBALL it for heaven's sake...)
Measuring tape (100 ft) (This of course means just that...measuring tape...scotch tape, painters tape...and for all you handymen out there...duck tape...WILL NOT DO)
Night-vision goggles (optional) - your eyes adjust to complete dark in 20 minutes. (Oh sure...everyone has a pair of these in a drawer somewhere...comes in handy for those late night trips to the fridge when you & your partner are dieting and you don't want them to know you are sneaking...)
Laser-pointer to assist placing markers (optional) (This is optional? EVERYONE wants to play with lasers...but nooooooo the archaic instructions make protractors a necessity and lasers an option? yeah...beam me up Scotty...)
A really good imagination! (rdn) (Dan...you're needed on wheat field 3...)

poppie guy
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:52
Agh!
I've got to go to bed. It's been a long day, and tomorrow will be even longer.

We are going to Vegas tomorrow to the 'Funny Bones' fundraiser. It's a comedy show benefiting Animal Rescue. I'm really looking forward to it!
Going to be kind of a 'girls night out' with 5 of us from HART. Show and dinner.
And I'm sure lots of laughing! the break will be so nice. :)

Have fun, I'd like to visit Vegas again someday.

poppie guy
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:54
now it's time for a "how to" show on crop circles:

Thing's you'll need:

A light plank (4-6 feet in length) with a rope (10-12 feet) knotted through holes in each end. Alternatively, you may prefer to buy a light garden roller from a garden centre. (I'm too cheap to buy a roller...a board will do)
A surveryors reel measuring tape as it doesnt stretch. Rope or nylon can be used but may stretch and make wobbly edges to circles. (My circle edges will probably be wobbly anyway, since the balance board made note of my falling down a lot :rolleyes:)
Marking poles - paint tips white to aid visibility at night (wonders if flame boy will volunteer for this job instead)
Protractor for measuring angles (it's just way wrong to say "bring a protractor" I mean come on...are we alien nerds or what??? EYEBALL it for heaven's sake...)
Measuring tape (100 ft) (This of course means just that...measuring tape...scotch tape, painters tape...and for all you handymen out there...duck tape...WILL NOT DO)
Night-vision goggles (optional) - your eyes adjust to complete dark in 20 minutes. (Oh sure...everyone has a pair of these in a drawer somewhere...comes in handy for those late night trips to the fridge when you & your partner is dieting and you don't want them to know you are sneaking...)
Laser-pointer to assist placing markers (optional) (This is optional? EVERYONE wants to play with lasers...but nooooooo the archaic instructions make protractors a necessity and lasers an option? yeah...beam me up Scotty...)
A really good imagination! (rdn) (Dan...you're needed on wheat field 3...)

Wait a minute, I thought the 3 of you just broke out the tequila, partied all night, and when you left there were circles?

FocalPrincess
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:54
Just caught up after getting some work done...you guys are CRACKING me up!

Woolburr
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:54
Hi Wool. How much snow did you get? We have maybe 5 inches.

Between 4 and 5.....just south of here....15"....

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:55
Wait a minute, I thought the 3 of you just broke out the tequila, partied all night, and when you left there were circles?

dude...we leave NO evidence...:cool:

FocalPrincess
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:56
Not to interupt the shenanigans, but has anyone seen Fafa?

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:57
Not to interupt the shenanigans, but has anyone seen Fafa?

not once in my whole life..

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:58
*changes into redneck clothes, gets a board & some line and heads off to make crop circles*I KNEW you were in on it!

Agh!
I've got to go to bed. It's been a long day, and tomorrow will be even longer.

We are going to Vegas tomorrow to the 'Funny Bones' fundraiser. It's a comedy show benefiting Animal Rescue. I'm really looking forward to it!
Going to be kind of a 'girls night out' with 5 of us from HART. Show and dinner.
And I'm sure lots of laughing! the break will be so nice. :)Have fun:)

Foghat, take it easy.Nice!

now it's time for a "how to" show on crop circles:

Thing's you'll need:

A light plank (4-6 feet in length) with a rope (10-12 feet) knotted through holes in each end. Alternatively, you may prefer to buy a light garden roller from a garden centre. (I'm too cheap to buy a roller...a board will do)
A surveryors reel measuring tape as it doesnt stretch. Rope or nylon can be used but may stretch and make wobbly edges to circles. (My circle edges will probably be wobbly anyway, since the balance board made note of my falling down a lot :rolleyes:)
Marking poles - paint tips white to aid visibility at night (wonders if flame boy will volunteer for this job instead)
Protractor for measuring angles (it's just way wrong to say "bring a protractor" I mean come on...are we alien nerds or what??? EYEBALL it for heaven's sake...)
Measuring tape (100 ft) (This of course means just that...measuring tape...scotch tape, painters tape...and for all you handymen out there...duck tape...WILL NOT DO)
Night-vision goggles (optional) - your eyes adjust to complete dark in 20 minutes. (Oh sure...everyone has a pair of these in a drawer somewhere...comes in handy for those late night trips to the fridge when you & your partner are dieting and you don't want them to know you are sneaking...)
Laser-pointer to assist placing markers (optional) (This is optional? EVERYONE wants to play with lasers...but nooooooo the archaic instructions make protractors a necessity and lasers an option? yeah...beam me up Scotty...)
A really good imagination! (rdn) (Dan...you're needed on wheat field 3...):lol::lol:

Between 4 and 5.....just south of here....15"....Wow!

Woolburr
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 01:59
Not to interupt the shenanigans, but has anyone seen Fafa?

Last I saw of her....she was in a cloud of sanding dust, varnish and children's toys.

Woolburr
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:00
The airport got almost a foot. Just southwest of there is where they got the 15...

Permagrin
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:01
I just tried to play "gunbogl" at scrabble. It wouldn't let me. I think I shall go off and do a protracted (not to be confused with the geek-on protractor) pout. Or maybe I'll just go to sleep too.



G'night Cat.


Z. finish that one scrabble game will ya. I cannot play a U anywhere. :lol:

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:06
Night Mouse. I finished it, fell on my sword.

eddarr
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:07
Evening threadies.

Woolburr
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:10
Howdy Ick....wazzup in the desert tonight?

FocalPrincess
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:11
LOL Permie....whatchu drinkin' Lincoln? (say it out loud, I promise its funnier)

eddarr
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:11
Warmth and sourdough bread. I'm up waiting on this stuff to proof so I can put it in the fridge. You right coasters are getting a bunch of snow and cold.

Woolburr
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:24
Followed I-40 due east....from the NM-TX border....all the way to the Atlantic.

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:34
Hi Ick, Diane.
Yup, snow. I had a subcontractor tell me he was stuck,again:roll:, no way out, I would need to fill his morning slots. I called his bluff and said I would come pull him out, I haven't heard back :lol: I filled his route.

eddarr
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:34
Geographically challenged I am. :lol:

Are the puppies having fun playing in the powder. I say the pictures of Zoe running at full speed.

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:37
Followed I-40 due east....from the NM-TX border....all the way to the Atlantic.Watch much radar too? I love the weather radar channel:lol:
.

FocalPrincess
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:38
Yo Z, sounds like a blast. :rolleyes: Are you still driving the Escape?

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:39
It's a bit chilly for too much romping unless you are Jim but we have had some fun mad dash in snow circle time. It's 18f right now:-|

FocalPrincess
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:39
We've got cooooold but no snow. No nothing on the precip. front and I think I'm not complaining, lol! Having trouble keeping the house warm though. :-S Its THAT cold and just windy enough.

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:40
Yo Z, sounds like a blast. :rolleyes: Are you still driving the Escape?Leyla's Jeep Grand Cherokee.

FocalPrincess
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:41
Oh and my kids are sick. Again. :( Nothing major, but causing them both to not sleep well. I love winter, i love winter, i love winter, i love winter. Ok yeah, no, I just don't.

eddarr
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:42
Sounds rough. It was mid 60's today and most of my trees are blooming and the spring bulbs are bulbing.

FocalPrincess
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:44
Gotcha Z. Which ya like better? I dig my escape...we were just discussing replacing it in a few years w/another one. Except I might want automatic this time. IDK.

Ick...I don't like you anymore. I love spring.

eddarr
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:46
Don't get to jealous. We usually skip spring and go straight to nuclear.

FocalPrincess
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:53
Nuclear w/o humidity though, right? Compared to 15 (had to look it up) and raw and humid, that doesn't sound too bad. :lol:

FocalPrincess
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:57
G'nite my vampirish friends...I shall now attempt that trick that mortals refer to as "sleep." (yep, getting goofier than normal, time to go!!)

eddarr
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:58
The no humidity is a really big deal during most of the summer. But those 2 to 3 weeks that we hit 118f or so suck dry or wet. Plus the afternoon thunderstorms start coming in and the humidity jumps way up.



Rescued pet photo thread. (http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=818071)

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 02:59
Gotcha Z. Which ya like better? I dig my escape...we were just discussing replacing it in a few years w/another one. Except I might want automatic this time. IDK.

Heated leather seats, high output v-8, full time all wheel drive...., or cwappy rental car. The Jeep is pretty sweet.

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 03:00
Night fp

Rescued pet photo thread. (http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=818071)Cool, thanks.

eddarr
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 03:05
How about a few pics of the dogs with the crazy looks they can get while playing.

This pit was fun. Cisco loves chasing/herding anything that will run away from him.
http://ericdarr.smugmug.com/Family/Pets/MG9913/732457204_p5Thq-L.jpg

And if they won't run away he gives them the evil eye.
http://ericdarr.smugmug.com/Family/Pets/MG9846/732456789_ZYBnW-L.jpg

short5
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 03:23
Lol Eric, look at that mouth!

neil_r
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 06:59
CAT

Get over and flood THIS (http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=818071) thread :-)

Belmondo
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 09:30
Canadians seem to have their own way of doing things.

This (http://www.wimp.com/canadiansmilk/) actually is a pretty good idea.

mtnphtgrphr
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 11:01
Jenn, Glad you had a wonderful day with an old friend
I'm glad I did too! I didn't expect to have quite so much fun!
I'm finding old pics, lol!! This was easter of 2004 I think

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y116/skrim/three12.jpg
Awwww!!!! Look how little!
now it's time for a "how to" show on crop circles:

Thing's you'll need:
A light plank (4-6 feet in length) with a rope (10-12 feet) knotted through holes in each end. Alternatively, you may prefer to buy a light garden roller from a garden centre. (I'm too cheap to buy a roller...a board will do)
A surveryors reel measuring tape as it doesnt stretch. Rope or nylon can be used but may stretch and make wobbly edges to circles. (My circle edges will probably be wobbly anyway, since the balance board made note of my falling down a lot :rolleyes:)
Marking poles - paint tips white to aid visibility at night (wonders if flame boy will volunteer for this job instead)
Protractor for measuring angles (it's just way wrong to say "bring a protractor" I mean come on...are we alien nerds or what??? EYEBALL it for heaven's sake...)
Measuring tape (100 ft) (This of course means just that...measuring tape...scotch tape, painters tape...and for all you handymen out there...duck tape...WILL NOT DO)
Night-vision goggles (optional) - your eyes adjust to complete dark in 20 minutes. (Oh sure...everyone has a pair of these in a drawer somewhere...comes in handy for those late night trips to the fridge when you & your partner are dieting and you don't want them to know you are sneaking...)
Laser-pointer to assist placing markers (optional) (This is optional? EVERYONE wants to play with lasers...but nooooooo the archaic instructions make protractors a necessity and lasers an option? yeah...beam me up Scotty...)
A really good imagination! (rdn) (Dan...you're needed on wheat field 3...)
*giggle*
Hi Ick, Diane.
Yup, snow. I had a subcontractor tell me he was stuck,again:roll:, no way out, I would need to fill his morning slots. I called his bluff and said I would come pull him out, I haven't heard back :lol: I filled his route.
LOL You get 'em Z!!!!

Geographically challenged I am. :lol:

Are the puppies having fun playing in the powder. I say the pictures of Zoe running at full speed.
The powder here is under the frozen icy crust of the top 1/2 inch of snow! Cooper is just light enough to 'hover' on that crust for just a few second before it cracks under his weight and he goes deeper down into the snow. It makes me laugh!

Jon
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 11:19
CAT

Get over and flood THIS (http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=818071) thread :-)She and I would face the same problem - that pesky 8 picture limit . . .

Canadians seem to have their own way of doing things.

This (http://www.wimp.com/canadiansmilk/) actually is a pretty good idea.They've been doing that since at least the '70s.

Belmondo
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 11:32
They've been doing that since at least the '70s.

Which should give you some indication how long it's been since I was there (except for one forgettable weekend in Victoria, B.C.).

Belmondo
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 11:38
You don't have to leave the country to see something different. When I was a kid (pre-civil war era), we would visit my aunt & uncle in Wisconsin. Apparently there was a law against making margarine that looked like butter. It wasn't actually yellow, and in its natural state, looked more like lard. It was sold in a plastic bag with a little blob of food coloring. The idea was to knead the bag of margarine to mix in the dye. Then, it looked like butter.

BearLeeAlive
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 12:04
JimBear....the "chick" in that wig...oh so wrong. Don't bring that for your session, ok? I have a feeling Jenn would feel the same. ;)
Okie dokie :lol:
So then the prop list is just aprons and boots then? ;) :p
A couple of potn hawties.. in just a sec... okay, here they are.

What were you doing on the ground anyway?
<----has never played scrabble with Kit *hurumphs audibly*

Me either. :(
Oh and it's not my turn anymore.
Yes it is, it has been for the last 2 days now. ;)
Agh!
I've got to go to bed. It's been a long day, and tomorrow will be even longer.

We are going to Vegas tomorrow to the 'Funny Bones' fundraiser. It's a comedy show benefiting Animal Rescue. I'm really looking forward to it!
Going to be kind of a 'girls night out' with 5 of us from HART. Show and dinner.
And I'm sure lots of laughing! the break will be so nice. :)
Have some great fun. :D
Canadians seem to have their own way of doing things.

This (http://www.wimp.com/canadiansmilk/) actually is a pretty good idea.
My mom used to save the bags to freeze things in. We quit using the bags ages ago, just too much mess. 4 liter jugs is what Lisa always buys now.

BearLeeAlive
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 12:09
You don't have to leave the country to see something different. When I was a kid (pre-civil war era), we would visit my aunt & uncle in Wisconsin. Apparently there was a law against making margarine that looked like butter. It wasn't actually yellow, and in its natural state, looked more like lard. It was sold in a plastic bag with a little blob of food coloring. The idea was to knead the bag of margarine to mix in the dye. Then, it looked like butter.
I saw that in Ontario when I went to visit Lisa's parents many years ago. It was not a nice sight.

Here is the body of an email someone sent me about margarine and butter. I have no idea how much of this is actually true, I never bothered to check. Regardless, it has a couple interesting points.


Pass The Butter .. Please.
This is interesting. .. .
Margarine was originally manufactured to fatten turkeys. When it killed the turkeys, the people who had put the money into the research wanted a pay-back so they put their heads together to figure out what to do with this product to get their money back.
It was a white substance with no food appeal so they added the yellow colouring and sold it to people to use in place of butter. How do you like it? They have come out with some clever new flavourings..
DO YOU KNOW.. The difference between margarine and butter?
Read on to the end...gets very interesting!
Both have the same amount of calories.
Butter is slightly higher in saturated fats at 8 grams; compared to 5 grams for margarine.
Eating margarinecan increaseheart diseasein women by 53% over eating the same amount of butter, according to a recent Harvard Medical Study.
Eating butter increases the absorption of many other nutrients in other foods.Butter has many nutritional benefits where margarine has a few and only because they are added!
Butter tastes much better than margarine and it can enhance the flavour of other foods.
Butter has been around for centuries where margarine has been around for less than 100 years .
And now, for Margarine..
Very High in Trans fatty acids which are outlawed in some countries.
Triples risk of coronary heart disease .
Increases total cholesteroland LDL(this is the bad cholesterol) and lowers HDL cholesterol, (the good cholesterol)
Increases the risk of cancers up to five times..
Lowers quality of breast milk.
Decreases immune response. Decreases insulin response. And here's the most disturbing fact.... HERE IS THE PART THAT IS VERY INTERESTING!Margarine is but ONE MOLECULE away from being PLASTIC... and shares 27 ingredients with PAINT
These facts alone were enough to have me avoiding margarine for life and anything else that is hydrogenated (this means hydrogen is added, changing the molecular structure of the substance).
You can try this yourself:
Purchase a tub of margarine and leave it open in your garage or shaded area. Within a couple of days you will notice a couple of things:
* no flies, not even those pesky fruit flies will go near it (that should tell you something)
* it does not rot or smell differently because it has no nutritional value ; nothing will grow on it. Even those teeny weeny microorganisms will not a find a home to grow. Why? Because it is nearly plastic. Would you melt your Tupperware and spread that on your toast?
Share This With Your Friends.....(If you want to butter them up')!

Chinese Proverb: When someone shares something of value with you and you benefit from it, you have a moral obligation to share it with others.
Pass the BUTTER PLEASE and remember, butter is a food, margarine is a chemical.

Becky N
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 12:10
Because she's waiting for the perfect one.

OK, thought there were other issues than the poop eating.:rolleyes: Bax went straight for some foreign stuff this morning. He leaves his own alone but anything else is fair game.

SHE got adopted. By a most wonderful amazing loving family. Total tears when that one happened.

Total tears reading about it. That is more than fantastic.

(I still don't get the number pyramid. Zane, tell Leyla thanks for the headache)

You follow the line above like this: The second line indicates there are Two 1s in the first line. The Third line indicates there is One 2 and One 1 in the second line....and so on

Gotcha, sure couldn't figure it out on my own, though.

You're most likely right, and I am most likely wrong.
The point being that we dont' have labs like him around here. LOL

Go to THIS (http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=720426) tread and see the differences in shapes and sizes. The breed really varies a lot.

I'm finding old pics, lol!!

Great looking at the kids, hard to imagine it was such a short time ago. Great expression in this one.

A good drink in my hand.
Good friends to visit with.
Trail mix with ample cashews and M&Ms.
A dog (or 4) on my feet.
Excellent music.
A good scrabble game.


Doesn't get any better than that. *sigh*

*sigh*

And I'm sure lots of laughing! the break will be so nice.

And is well deserved.

Yup, snow. I had a subcontractor tell me he was stuck,again, no way out, I would need to fill his morning slots. I called his bluff and said I would come pull him out, I haven't heard back I filled his route.

:rolleyes:

*sigh* last night's conversation and shenanigans brought back lots of memories. I'm wondering if Dan had a tear of pride when he read Permie's Crop Circle instructions.:lol:

G'MAE all. Late start this morning and about to leave for town again. Beautiful clear day though and 20's, one of those days that reminds you winter will soon be losing its edge.

BearLeeAlive
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 12:15
I see you got the link right with the duplicate post Becky. :p

Skrim17
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 12:27
Sleepover boy is home, none the worse for the wear. Now we'll have to peddle him off on a regular basis!!

cfpackerfan
31st of January 2010 (Sun), 12:35
I see you got the link right with the duplicate post Becky. :p:lol: :lol: