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Garden stuff and making stuff. Maybe start some kind of stretching routine, I desperately need to do it, but I don't   :huh: 

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Just now, Further said:

Maybe start some kind of stretching routine, I desperately need to do it, but I don't   :huh: 

Me too..I should but..I tend to let "I'm tired" or "I don't  have the energy" take over..and if they aren't  enough..out comes ""Why do I bother"

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The same as any other Covid weekend.  Eat, sleep and take walks.

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Haircut after work in Ohio :cheerleader: SE mitten will be less humid this weekend so I'll be biking more :) Helping a friend tomorrow on some things at his house he sold, for inspection stuff & such.

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Hiking in the mountains tomorrow. Garden stuff Sunday.

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No time for rioting and looting for me. I’ll be busy finishing up my vacation and driving back home. 

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15 minutes ago, BuffJim said:

No time for rioting and looting for me. I’ll be busy finishing up my vacation and driving back home. 

Did you get Andy’s ok to return to NY?

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Doing some cleanup work and some yard work. A ride or 2 and some Miata therapy!

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1 hour ago, Zackny said:

Did you get Andy’s ok to return to NY?

Delaware has a 2 week quarantine still for visitors. So if I get caught in that while I’m just passing through, I won’t make it home for a while. 

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Not sure.  Need to finish building raccoon fences around my strawberries and figs, and if does not rain get a nice ride in.

Plan on making pizzas on the new barbeque this weekend

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The usual, family dinner in, although restaurants are opening for dine in here, ride, walk, maybe do some fishing.  Nice that chores are no longer on the weekend schedule as my wife is doing the laundry & grocery shopping mid week now.

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2 hours ago, Zephyr said:

the new barbeque

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Ah, Sunday I'll be going back to the project after dropping off the package in T-town.

Tomorrow? Prolly not much, I'll have to check PF to see how early they open & maybe I can catch a workout before Lil Miss Sunshine rises. Maybe spread some sand on the patio joints.

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I need to drive 13 miles .

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I hope to skip yard and garden work t get back to taking things off the GTI.  Or maybe putting new things on.  Boating one of the days,  Maybe a bike ride.  And of course, virtual Church on Sunday.

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35 minutes ago, Zephyr said:

My first natural gas barbeque.  I know..., it is not a fancy smoker, but I needed/wanted something a little less time consuming.

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I have the 3 burner Weber with the side burner. I think mine was the last year before they moved the controls to the front, mine take up almost all of the right side table.

I got a couple of these v-bottomed chip boxes to add smokey goodness:

Charcoal Companion Stainless Steel Gas Grill V-Smoker Box (Long ...

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32 minutes ago, 2Far said:

I have the 3 burner Weber with the side burner. I think mine was the last year before they moved the controls to the front, mine take up almost all of the right side table.

I got a couple of these v-bottomed chip boxes to add smokey goodness:

Charcoal Companion Stainless Steel Gas Grill V-Smoker Box (Long ...

Do those boxes work?  I was wondering about them but didnt know if they were a gimmick or  not.  I went without the side burner because my last bbq had one and I never used it

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The boxes work, but it's not even close to what you get with a true smoker. I use the side burner intermittently. I use the rotisserie more frequently than the side burner.

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4 minutes ago, 2Far said:

The boxes work, but it's not even close to what you get with a true smoker. I use the side burner intermittently. I use the rotisserie more frequently than the side burner.

My BiL gave us his used smoker because he bought a fancier one. We don’t know how to use it, though. What do you recommend for a trial smoke? Something easy and idiot proof? 

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17 minutes ago, roadsue said:

My BiL gave us his used smoker because he bought a fancier one. We don’t know how to use it, though. What do you recommend for a trial smoke? Something easy and idiot proof? 

Pork butt. Even if it isn't smokey enough it's still good eating.

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Move rocks, rearrange dirt, and work on the school budget. Living the life, eh?

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3 hours ago, Airehead said:

Move rocks, rearrange dirt, and work on the school budget. Living the life, eh?

Careful!  This is a mad dog and Englishman day!  The patio is getting hot!

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My ceiling repair..the painting part is gonna happen on Wednesday..I need to take stuff off the area above my kitchen cabinets and above my hutch...this will be kitchen..where I had the water damage..hallway which is L shaped my bathroom..which is tiny and had a little damage fro. A previous leak..and the livingroom and dining room..because they flow into the kitchen...hopefully Once I get more of my den organized...I will have him back to do my bedroom and den ceilings.

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Officially starting the house painting project.  Scrape and sand the front of the garage.  Time out this evening for a grandkid birthday party.

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