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    Quote Originally Posted by bbycrts View Post
    Okay - THAT made me laugh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbycrts View Post
    Looks like this is our second (third?) winter with no snow. Maybe next year will be a snowmageddon?
    We have had very little. I hope I don't jinx us.
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    Heading out to a Spring Training game; Padres vs. Indians. Meeting a friend from seminary. I haven't seen him in about 40 years.

    Cultural aside:
    In California history the Franciscan colonizers (padres) did grave damage to the Native American population. The Cleveland Indians team name is a racist cultural malappropriation. Proving yet again that baseball really is the All-American game.

    I will be wearing a team cap from the Scottsdale Scorpions. I don't think that will offend too many.
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    Switched to a comfortable Panama.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukulelerob View Post
    We have had very little. I hope I don't jinx us.
    I think we're doing okay with snow in the mountains - it's important that the mountains get snow as that's where a lot of our water comes from every year. We just haven't had it down here in the valley this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbycrts View Post
    I think we're doing okay with snow in the mountains - it's important that the mountains get snow as that's where a lot of our water comes from every year. We just haven't had it down here in the valley this year.
    Well...our area of NW Oregon is currently at 87% of normal. That's not terrible, but I do hope we get some more before the end of the season.
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    I have had a few issues navigating the site on my tablet. Hopefully, I have it figured out now. Thanks to all for the birthday wishes! Am officially part of the Medicare group now. Another goal achieved...Yeah!
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    Japanese Shabu Shabu or Vietnamese Shaking Beef?

    can't decide what to cook for dinner
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    Quote Originally Posted by gyosh View Post
    Japanese Shabu Shabu or Vietnamese Shaking Beef?

    can't decide what to cook for dinner
    I vote for Bo Luc Lac
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pueo View Post
    I vote for Bo Luc Lac
    Went with shabu shabu for tonight, but I have thick cut lemon grass pork chops marinating and tomorrow morning when I get to school I'm going to drop them in a sous vide all day. I'm hoping the vacuum seal will make the marinade penetrate through the thick cut chops.
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