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Today 04:56 PM
tedlovesjeeps71 ^^[emoji1786][emoji1786][emoji1786][emoji1786]drool[emoji1786][emoji1786][emoji1786][emoji1786]
Today 04:52 PM
bunkerbuster Made a couple gallons of fairly expensive BBQ sauce.

Fairly expensive because it contains a lot of molasses & honey. Also includes fermented mushroom soy sauce, whiskey, liquid smoke & sweet chili sauce. Flavor is the BEST I have ever made (for my tastes). Sticky & thick, so it applies & caramelizes near perfectly.

Today 12:02 PM
9mmMike Putting new tires on the Ram TRX4....going to run about $1400 for a few pounds of rubber and steel....
Today 11:31 AM
Hilltopper Well having just had pneumonia, I am resting , keeping regular sleep hours, eating super healthy , made a 6 am trip to doctors the day our driveway snow melted enough to get up and down so I was not hiking uphill in sub zero in snow ,which is part of how it established not taking better care of myself and avoiding exposure to sick people in town which I did stocking up before our snow load hit . Today I will find a container of hand sanitizer and put it in my vehicle . Today is the first day I do not have hired help with the farm chores since I called for help from neighbours who's work was shut down due to the snow luckily enough for me . I plan to do the minimum and continue resting . All my lab work came back normal and recovered without antibiotics or medical intervention since I was snowed in but my hired help made me tea and soup ! The only thing I could really do better is to push myself to wear gloves or a face mask shopping as I am convinced that exposure was able to establish the pneumonia with the other circumstances of not taking well enough care , I have had a highly functioning immune system till I lapsed in taking adequate care with my sleep /eating and getting too wet and cold outside. I feel like I won the lotto
Today 09:52 AM
eyepal I've been prepping all month this year (2020). No specific reason why, just checking on what I DON'T have and need to buy, i.e., canned ground beef, dehydrated soup veggies, 2 lanterns, 3-1 gallon zip lock bags, survival seeds, and more. In the past 6 months I've ordered about 100 items from Amazon (in bulk), not counting extra canned goods .
Today 08:22 AM
Originally Posted by tedlovesjeeps71 View Post
Asian virus concern??^
A bit.

I don't normally "scenario" prep due to the unending amount of possibilities out there. But, since this thing started I figured I should at least check out my gear and update it with some new stuff.

Also, we've been needing practical masks to wear for things like soap-making and cleaning out the chicken coop. It's gotta be better than just wearing a bandanna.
Today 08:04 AM
tedlovesjeeps71 Asian virus concern??^
Today 07:57 AM
Cornly2 Today I'm gonna go into my storage and try and find my pro mask (M40) and a cheap Israeli gas mask that I bought years ago. Hopefully the rubber on them is still OK and not rotted. If all is well I'll clean them up and keep them handy for a bit.

I also purchased some 3M respirators with filters yesterday and they should be arriving this afternoon.
Today 01:38 AM
Originally Posted by bunkerbuster View Post
I think you hit a BULLS EYE......

Going to give that a try
Good catch for you, I just saw an Italian one on Amazon for $130! I have a couple of regular stoneware ones and they sure make a nice crusty loaf.
Today 01:10 AM
Originally Posted by electrdave View Post
It might be a bread cloche.
I think you hit a BULLS EYE......

Going to give that a try
Today 01:02 AM
Originally Posted by bunkerbuster View Post
Vintage made in England heavy cast iron
(not sure what to call it, as I have never seen one like this before)

It might be a bread cloche.
Yesterday 11:54 PM
ActionJackson 50lbs of Grass Fed & Grass Finished hamburger. Just barely fit in my freezer. Got it for $175.00 which comes to $3.50 per pound.
Yesterday 11:10 PM
EventHorizon The wife and I have two fur babies. The female grey tiger was a Petsmart planned adopted cat. She was so skittish and still is to a lesser degree we named her Shadow. She is not a lap kitty or to be picked up unless you want to be clawed. Likes attention on her terms.

And then one day I went out for a smoke and a very young solid black siamese mix began doing a figure eight between my legs while crying. He liked being held (at first) Upon introduction things were not smooth and to this day there are occasional spats.

He's been fixed & declawed but still has an attitude, loves to sprint and kick off the walls. Thinks a pair of warm balled socks are to be treated as wild prey...thats my cat we named Spook.
Yesterday 10:57 PM
omegaman13 Safeway had BOGO deals on big bottles of peroxide and alcohol. Bought a few. Not a bad prep for less than 10 dollars.
Yesterday 10:07 PM
IceFire Well, we apparently have a new cat. Little guy showed up yesterday morning - about 7-8 months old, by my estimate, brown tabby. VERY sweet and loving. He was still here this morning, so I put out some food and water (after daughter's stupid dog chased him. He was taking refuge under my "she shed") This evening, when I got home, husband was outside, and the cat was with him. We brought him in, and he went to the kitty box and took care of his "business", so he's VERY familiar with being inside. Pretty much confirms my suspicion that he was "dumped" nearby. Will start looking for "lost cat" posters, but if he's still here after a month, he's going to the vet for shots and neutering. Our other cat is NOT happy, and has been voicing her displeasure. She'll have to get over it.
Yesterday 10:05 PM
Originally Posted by tedlovesjeeps71 View Post
Turkey roaster?
Its not that big. It would hold a 7 or 8 LB whole chicken or pot roast.

If it would hold a big turkey, it would probably weigh 40 or 50 lbs.

Its sort of like a real heavy cast iron porcelain lined crock pot.
Yesterday 09:50 PM
tedlovesjeeps71 Turkey roaster?
Yesterday 09:43 PM
bunkerbuster Vintage made in England heavy cast iron
(not sure what to call it, as I have never seen one like this before)

Yesterday 06:52 PM
goat daddy On eviction. the judge can only verify that due process was issued. dog, kids, age are not an issue. If you have a judge that is not following the law, contact you state bar and you state legislators. there are a lot of myths out there and a lot of misconceptions. Get a good attorney and do it correctly. the cost of the lawyer will be recovered by the rapid evection.
Yesterday 03:08 PM
Originally Posted by woowoo2 View Post
A separate thread, with specs, would be interesting.
Don't know much about these new type of panels. All I know is 310W per panel and 11 panels, so 3420W total. Each panel has its own inverter and it feeds 220VAC to the panel.

ETA, up and running! Cloudy day and the meter is bouncing into the negative!
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