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  • Those are so cute what’s the story ???

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      Searching the fields of Northwest Indiana and Southwestern Michigan

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      • Kentucky point
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        Ha ha! Amen!

      • Hoss
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        I wish we had a laugh out loud button on here. That one made me crack up.

      • Josie
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        Lol. And this is why I don't send my husband to the store!

    • Blackfoot Indian "Mountain Chief " making a recording for the smitsonian .
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      I wonder where the recording is now?
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      • Lemee show ya shumethin.This is the worst of the burns I sustained. Tops of my hands are blistered and my left forearm got it too. No need for flame tattoos here. I feel like fire Marshall Bill.
        Stagger Lee/ SE Missouri

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        • JoshinMO
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          That is terrible Man! Take It easy for awhile, wow.

        • Josie
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          Will keep you on my prayer list!

        • redrocks
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          Ohh man go easy

      • These are the sweetest fruit of the summer. Says so right there on the package. Part plum, part apricott . I agree very sweet tasty treats. I have heard them called many things but never Green Plumcot . I used to buy them as Pluots from Sams club. I used to get them free from a friends trees and he did not even knw what to call them. Other names are apriums, apriplums. But that package says Green! The ones I used to get from my friend where green. But delicious. Anyway here is some truth in advertising for ya'll. These aint green at all. Click image for larger version

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        • Broken Arrow
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          They are very tasty! I wonder what color the ones labeled as purple would be?..

      • Tonights dinner and tomorrows lunch and then some! LOL Italian Sausage and peppers. MmmmMmmmMmmmmmmm there just aint enough M's in the world for this stuff. Click image for larger version  Name:	sausage and peppers.jpg Views:	1 Size:	140.2 KB ID:	316948
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        • Broken Arrow
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          Man, that looks delicious! I know what I'm cooking for dinner tomorrow.

        • redrocks
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          Nice.. Matt..both my ex wives were Italian and they woulda put tomatoes sauce in there too man

        • Hoss
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          I will sometimes throw in a can of Tuttarosa peeled plum tomatoes. This time I just used some olive oil half a stick of butter and white wine couple of garlic cloves onine peppers and sausage. I learned a long timne ago I can go without a lot but I never cheat my belly.

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        Tonights dinner and tomorrows lunch and then some! LOL Italian Sausage and peppers. MmmmMmmmMmmmmmmm there just aint enough M's in the world for this stuff. Click image for larger version Name:	sausage and peppers.jpg Views:	1 Size:	140.2 KB ID:	316948
        the MmmmMmmmmmmMMmmmmmm sounded just like Andy Griffith describing Ant Bea's Fried chicken to Barney in my head!
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        • Kentucky point
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          Food! There"s food on the table!

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        Can’t find em sitting on the couch; unless it’s in a field

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      • When We moved here year's ago there was a Cat that would come around and a Neighbor told Me that It belonged to a lady past Him. Sometimes The Cat would charge Our barking Dog's frm The other side of Fence or sometimes It would like to be petted. She is declawed but know's how to use Her Mouth. This Cat has killed Rat's! Anyway here are a couple Pic's I took of Clio The other Day. First one She is about 1 second away from going at Grey Cat.
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        • Kentucky point
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          We used to have a cat cleverly named Cat, who would attack anything that moved. I think I was taken back a bit when he killed a squirrel, and ate it whole. Bones and all. We were like, "Don't we ever feed you!?"

        • Broken Arrow
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          I Love cats, actually I love all animals. You need another? We have a cat population problem, whole bunch of outside cats around my house. Good thing we kinda live in the country.

        • JoshinMO
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          I'm going to pass Andrew.

      • This the face I make when I go out hunting and find nothing.
        Look to the ground for it holds the past!

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        "The education of a man is never completed until he dies." Robert E. Lee

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        • One of my favorite sights at one of my favorite sites. This is just behind my house. All it needs now is a good turn and a little rain, the artifacts should pop right out after that. I got so excited when I saw Click image for larger version

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          Stagger Lee/ SE Missouri

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          "The education of a man is never completed until he dies." Robert E. Lee

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          • One of my roommates from grad school days, which is a lot of years ago, spends his Winters in Newport, and when warm weather returns, he sails north to Maine, spending the Summer and early Fall living on his sailboat and plying the Gulf of Maine, island and harbor hopping. Tough life, lol. This past June was the first time I had seen him in nearly 10 years, and we went for a sail in our local waters.

            Here's the marina, where he picked me up:

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            In Greenwich Bay, looking back toward the marina:

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            Rhode Island

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            • Heading for the mouth of Greenwich Bay, and the entrance to Narragansett Bay:

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              A so-called sparkplug light, at the entrance to Mt. Hope Bay. Aquidneck Island, the largest island in Narragansett Bay, in the background:

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              The Mt. Hope Bridge, connecting Aquidneck Island with the Rhode Island mainland. Beyond the bridge, one enters the Mass. section of Mt. Hope Bay, and the mouth of the Taunton River:


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              Rhode Island

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              • Kentucky point
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                It looks beautiful! I have heard of these places, but I just can't place where I heard them...

              • CMD
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                Newport is at the southern end of Aquidneck Island, also called Rhode Island. Hence my state's name, the longest in the nation: the state of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. Newport, not seen in these photos obviously, is called "the sailing capital of the world", with some justification. One of the best preserved colonial cities in the country. Tiny as we are, if you stretch out all our coves and bays, we have 450+ miles of coastline. Nickname is "the ocean state" and I can't swim, lolololol....

              • Kentucky point
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                I can swim...BUT WE HAVE NO WATER! (lol)
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