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5 hours ago, slonezp said:

How'd you prepare them?

Pam olive oil spray and baked them at 375 for 25 minutes. My wife prefers them plain so anything on my fillets is added after cooking. 

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Melted butter, a dash of salt and pepper - then broil...that's how all my fish are cooked.

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8 hours ago, MN Fisher said:

Melted butter, a dash of salt and pepper - then broil...that's how all my fish are cooked.

I've been doing mine parmesan encrusted. 1/2 parmesan 1/2 breadcrumb pan fried in butter.

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80lb blue cat caught locally this week.  My luck would be me hooking this thing by myself and being unable to get it in the boat to remove the hook.

 

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Have the big dogs ever attempted to consume the small dog? That has happened at my house a few times, apparently it truly can be a dog eat dog world out there…..

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Lol, thank goodness no. We have two of those tiny things (3-4lbs) and they pretty much run the place. It's pretty funny to see them get mad at the St Bernards and nip at their feet while they just stare back at them with a wth are you doing look on their faces. Gentle giants (well, as long as you're not a chicken 😬😬).

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 They somewhat tolerate each other now , probably because one is old and doesn’t have enough teeth to eat her sister anymore 😂 I caught them laying side by side yesterday 

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On 3/2/2024 at 6:13 PM, NorcalBassin said:

Not sure that couch is ever going to be the same...

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All of them lovely. I love the St. Bernard. What is his/her name?

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16 hours ago, ATA said:

All of them lovely. I love the St. Bernard. What is his/her name?

Yeti. Adopted him and the kids picked that as his new name since he's huge and loves the snow. 😆

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18v 130ipm 92 argon 8 co2 .045 ER70s6 

16ga zinc coated to 14Ga galvanized steel un prepped and 14Ga galvanized to 14Ga galvanized steel.

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Picked up a new toy today. I haven’t been on here a whole bunch lately, been pretty busy getting my ducks in a row for my future career change. My wife and I have both always been huge gardeners, both veggies and flowers. This winter I’ve spent a ton of time researching and acquiring stuff to start a cut flower farm. This’ll be my test year, trying a bunch of different crops to see what grows best in our soil etc., with the plan to get going full bore next spring selling to florists, wholesale buyers in the city, and retail bouquets and bunches to the many high end resorts and restaurants in our area, as well as a subscription bouquet service for the many wealthy cottagers that are here all summer. If things go as planned, I hope to get a big commercial greenhouse next year perhaps, then I can extend the season greatly. Got 660’ of 8’ fencing coming in a week or so to keep the deer out of the profits, and I’ll be tilling up about  1100’ of beds to get rolling as soon as it dries up enough. The boat might collect a bit more dust this season, but that's ok, cause I’ll still be outdoors enjoying nature as much as I can. 

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7 hours ago, TnRiver46 said:

Whoa whoa whoa @Way north bass guy, no more masonry????

Well, there’ll still be plenty of stonework to do for now. I’m already booked up until the fall and need to still have some $ coming in this season. The plan was to ease into the farm side of things, and still do the masonry at the same time, but after talking to several florists and other potential customers, I’m pretty certain I’ll be able to sell as much as I can grow once I’m established. That means my several year plan is looking like it’s gonna change to maybe a 2 year plan. 
I’m still fairly young (44), and in good shape, and can still do the masonry, and it’s provided a great life for me and my family, but I’ve also been doing this full time for over 25 years, and the stones aren’t getting any lighter! I don’t want to be in my 60’s and not be able to walk cause I was too pig headed to slow down with my job, and I love this place we’re living at now, so if I can make a good living at something that won’t completely wreck my body, and still be outside enjoying myself, I’m gonna give it a shot. 

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14 hours ago, Way north bass guy said:

Picked up a new toy today. I haven’t been on here a whole bunch lately, been pretty busy getting my ducks in a row for my future career change. My wife and I have both always been huge gardeners, both veggies and flowers. This winter I’ve spent a ton of time researching and acquiring stuff to start a cut flower farm. This’ll be my test year, trying a bunch of different crops to see what grows best in our soil etc., with the plan to get going full bore next spring selling to florists, wholesale buyers in the city, and retail bouquets and bunches to the many high end resorts and restaurants in our area, as well as a subscription bouquet service for the many wealthy cottagers that are here all summer. If things go as planned, I hope to get a big commercial greenhouse next year perhaps, then I can extend the season greatly. Got 660’ of 8’ fencing coming in a week or so to keep the deer out of the profits, and I’ll be tilling up about  1100’ of beds to get rolling as soon as it dries up enough. The boat might collect a bit more dust this season, but that's ok, cause I’ll still be outdoors enjoying nature as much as I can. 

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Congratulations!  You are living well!

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My wife and myself went on a field trip this morning. 

 

My granddaughter is a hoot!

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When March feels Like May on Lake Menderchuck ~ 

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