Too Soon!!

Discussion in 'What's left to Talk About?' started by tvvoodoo, Sep 12, 2018.

  1. tvvoodoo

    tvvoodoo Well-Known Member AGF Registered Dealer

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    Was just frying up a tater and corned beef/veggie scramble for supper ---figured I show you a pic of the deck off my kitchen.

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    Snow in the forecast tonight. Milk what you can out of summer boys, it's heading your way.

    And the scrambler, I'll be putting on the toast and adding in four or five eggs to go on top (over easy) as soon as the wife gets home.

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    Breakfast for supper... we do it a few times a month.
     
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  2. uwmcscott

    uwmcscott AGF Survivor Champ

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    Leaves are falling/changing color here already too. Fall is my favorite time of the year though so I’m looking forward to it.
     
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    tvvoodoo Well-Known Member AGF Registered Dealer

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    Heard a flock of Canadas settin' off this morning, while I was walking the dog... headed your way
     
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    kungphugrip Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    looks heavenly to me!
    this summer kicked my ass, good riddance.
     
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    Fall is severely delayed in northeast Pezzylvania.
    I'm hoping to get on the lake for a couple more weeks.
    Water temp has been holding steady at 74~73 degrees.
     
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    Mickey Gandalf the Intonationer

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    Please explain, what is this "winter" of which you speak? :)
     
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    uwmcscott AGF Survivor Champ

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    At least it only comes in one category and does not require evacuations.
     
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    tvvoodoo Well-Known Member AGF Registered Dealer

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    It's what cleans all the panhandlers/druggies/senior citizens out for half a year so we can enjoy improved quality of life for awhile
     
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    Powertrip240 Well-Known Member

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    I always wondered if you guys called them Canada Geese, or just Geese. Kinda like Canadian bacon, or just bacon. Another mystery solved.
     
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    stevebway Metaphysician & Ham

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    Loved the pics.Never lived in an area of natural beauty.Where I am now is oddly nice because I'm right on the edge of a park and the biggest green area for miles.Looking west all I can see are soccer fields and trees. I make believe it's like that all the way to California.
     
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    Are you kidding? Still hits above 90F every day here and we haven't seen below 70F at night for months. And that's fine for me. If I never see snow again, I won't cry.
     
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    tvvoodoo Well-Known Member AGF Registered Dealer

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    Sometimes a lot of us up here muse about more temperate climate conditions ... but we rarely worry about heatwaves, tornadoes or hurricanes and the like.

    Always pluses and minuses.
     
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    I'm hoping we get some decent snow on the mountains here, last winter was a bust.
     
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    I'm looking forward to swapping my generator for a snow-blower....
     
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    Mine too; pure football weather. Just make sure you guys pound BYU into oblivion this weekend!
     
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    Love having breakfast for dinner!

    There's just something comforting about it.
     
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    Fall is more enjoyable when Aaron slings a 17-point come-from-behind masterpiece.

    I turned the game off (and gave up on the season) when he was carted off to the training room. The next morning at work I was like "...what was that you just said? "
     
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    I can't eat breakfast food after 9:00. There's just something wrong about it.

    I'm weird, though.
     
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    Wow, I'd never eat an egg or bacon if that was the case with me. My normal day starts about 11 am and I often don't eat my first meal until 1 or 2 pm. Of course, I guess that my 1 am meal could be considered breakfast. :)
     
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    Breakfast:
    Its whats fer Dinner!

    Looks great!
    Swap that corned beef for pastrami and I'm in.
    I can eat just about anything at any time.
    I am probably more adverse to beef stew in the morning than an omlette in the evening.
    Or maybe not.

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