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    Sleep over Thursday #596!

    I am setting up the area for a sleep out/sleep over.

    I have the ORC clearing out the fire ring, setting up a tent and a tarp! The weather has been exceptionately cool and
    a sleep out sounded good.

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    We can do brats or wienies on the fire - with all the fixin's - some smore's and more ice cream!!!!!

    Don't forget the bring a ghost story, a sleeping bag and pillow!!

    DONE!
    The secret of life is nothing at all
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    Sounds great! I love sleeping under the stars!

    Brats for me - and if there's any lemonade or iced tea, one large please!

    I did bring some whole-wheat rolls for the brats and wieners, and condiments too (safe eating! lol)
    "I like physics, but I love cartoons." -- Stephen Hawking

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    The only way this tuckus is sleeping under the stars is in a hammock.
    The one eyed man in the kingdom of the blind wasn't king, he was stoned for seeing light.

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    Can I bring the camper?
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    LET'S GO O' S!!

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    A camper? Absolutely!

    Just keep Orc out of it, he might try to make it open air. Can I bring the marshmallow launcher?
    The one eyed man in the kingdom of the blind wasn't king, he was stoned for seeing light.

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    It'll have to be a "sleep-under" for me, because I get welts from insect bites. I have graham crackers ready to go with those toasted marshmallows
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    Pouring here right now - the kind of rain where under the tent get really humid, but if you touch it on the way out ya get drenched!
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    Just made some cookies that turned out to be more experimental than I intended (read the handle of the measuring cup BEFORE use, silly) - they are sweet shortbread with dates, cinnamon and nutmeg. Crispy and sweet - anyone want some? I'll bring the rest to church tomorrow ...
    I've Been Frosted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karen View Post
    Just made some cookies that turned out to be more experimental than I intended (read the handle of the measuring cup BEFORE use, silly) - they are sweet shortbread with dates, cinnamon and nutmeg. Crispy and sweet - anyone want some? I'll bring the rest to church tomorrow ...
    Well, I had one after church, and the next thing I knew was being handed back my cleaned out dish! The dates ended up crunchy within the cookie, which I did not expect! Definitely a keeper of a recipe, will have to write that down somewhere!
    I've Been Frosted

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    I have to make a disclaimer here.

    It never rains, we have no bugs, allergies or sunburns here at Thursday's.


    We do have an unlimited supply of hypoallergenic fun, and an ORC to boot!!

    Refills and fun for everyone.

    I am going to fix the pig to begin roasting.

    DONE!
    The secret of life is nothing at all
    -faith hill

    Football is on and world series in tourney has started!! Dang Oakland Raiders..

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    Back from a two day sleepover at my mom's. Being a non-smoker it was torturous as she's a heavy smoker. So I'm going to sit over here away from the fire. I've got a pitcher of pink lemonade if anyone needs a cool refresher.
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    I'll make a mess of beans to go with the pig for our vegetarian friends. Maybe vegetarian chili?
    I've been finally defrosted by cassiesmom!
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    Ratatouille, anyone? Eggplant and squash fresh out of the garden
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    Yes, Lemonade!!!

    I know the feeling, Doris has been using an e-cig, and making good progress, but she slips and i am reminded how bad a ciggie smells in the a.m.

    STE,

    I have a very 'incorrect' joke about beans and Mexicans....I love this joke because it's sooooo stereotypical ....

    Why don't Mexicans have BBQs?

    The beans fall thru the grill!

    My dad would stand by the BBQ grilling and take a few tortillas and warm them up. The next move was to cut the end pieces from the meat then roll them up into a little taquito.....his reward for his work!! He did draw the line at 'BBQed Beans'!!

    LH,
    Time to grab up some foil, garlic, olive oil and go to town. I'll get the ORC to chop and put some veggies on a grill?

    DONE!

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    Sounds like a plan.

    In a couple of days we'll have some refrigerator dills on the bar, they're curing at the moment.
    The one eyed man in the kingdom of the blind wasn't king, he was stoned for seeing light.

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