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Thread: ::Leader Board:: Ahnko Honu Takes The Lead Chapter 23!

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    Well, now that I'm caught up, what's happening here? FIL is buzzing around on the lawnmower somewhere. I believe I hear a chainsaw. Spouse is STILL working on the blind as far as I know. We have quite some acreage here and so sometimes I can hear what they're doing, sometimes not. The menfolk are often gone for hours on end. Lord knows what they are up to.

    I'm planted in a bright blue reclining lawn chair, and Hugo is laying in the grass next to me, gazing attentively towards the pond. I just heard a *crack* of wood, not sure if it was from the chainsaw activity, the beaver, or that huge woodpecker.

    The sun is getting low behind this scraggly pine, highlighting the yellowing bits of surrounding shrubbery that indicate the demise of summer.

    Alas, green peppers need to be chopped and dishes washed (by hand) before dinner.

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    Finally sent my tax docs off to the accountant. That's a load off (if only for a week until the bad news hits). Ignorance is bliss.
    Why me?
    "Some people see the hand of God in their lives, some only the finger."
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    This reads like a novel. Kind of like a story I guess.

    . . . and welcome back. You were missed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gyosh View Post
    Yay!

    Now don't stay away so long!
    This is so true


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    Quote Originally Posted by stillfreeda View Post
    The good news is that as long as it stays out of your digestive tract, (ie doesn't get in your mouth) you're fine. Touching it doesn't do anything. I might look at getting a Cambridge mask or Vog mask, though.
    Not sure where they got positive I know a bunch of places were biopsied, is that even a word?


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    Quote Originally Posted by glass View Post
    Not sure where they got positive I know a bunch of places were biopsied, is that even a word?
    I do have a respiratory mask for grinding and haven't been really mashing in which is another time dust blows up. So I got that at least


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    Quote Originally Posted by PereBourik View Post
    That's. Not. Fair.
    Yea tell me about it....


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    Quote Originally Posted by bbycrts View Post
    A friend of mine is a serious home brewer - he was diagnosed celiac about 3 years ago. After a brief mourning period he dove into experimenting with gluten free brewing. He's won a couple of awards now and has had a local gluten free brewery take on one of his recipes and produce it for sale in their pub and in cans to go. Check into it!

    http://www.zerotolerancebrewing.com/ (my friend is one of the founders of this group - Joe Morris)
    I bookmarked that and will be looking more into it. I found its tougher and more expensive to find malted gluten free grain


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    Quote Originally Posted by gyosh View Post
    sorry dude

    that sucks!
    Tell me. I do enjoy ciders so I might start experimenting with ciders dry hopped and also gonna try out meads of different strength s


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    Quote Originally Posted by glass View Post
    I bookmarked that and will be looking more into it. I found its tougher and more expensive to find malted gluten free grain
    Yep - Joe mentions the expense several times in his posts. That said, I think they may even experiment with malting their own alternate grains.
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