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RE: Funny new trend at the office:::::

Years ago I worked with a clown who thought it was funny to play tricks with other peoples lunch --- until me and my buddy put a very angry blacksnake in his lunchbox. I had no idea he could dance like that!
Fish 'n ' Grits 03/29/14 10:33am Around the Campfire
RE: Fried Eggs in Bread

My father called them "gashouse eggs" I have no idea where that name came from, and I've never heard it anywhere else. Doesn't matter what they're called, they're good!
Fish 'n ' Grits 03/17/14 07:23am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Edisto Island

If you don't already know, Let me advise you to take some drinking water with you. The water in the park is pretty bad. There is a place down by town hall where you can fill jugs with good water, or you can buy it at the BiLo store on the beach. Have fun!
Fish 'n ' Grits 03/08/14 04:40am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: What was your childhood nickname?

For a long time I thought my name was "dammit"! "Dammit, boy, where is my hammer?" "Dammit, I told you to cut the grass"! Took a while to realize my name was just "Billy" without "dammit" on the end.
Fish 'n ' Grits 03/01/14 07:56am Around the Campfire
RE: I think this exceeds DOT specs on his truck

Doesn't seem to be tied down, maybe he's just hauling it home for someone. Whoever said a picture is worth a thousand words must have been thinking about this forum!
Fish 'n ' Grits 02/25/14 05:16am Truck Campers
RE: Oh No! Friend making big RV mistake...again.

A salesman told my brother the Diesel pusher he wanted would get 13-15 MPG. I told him 6-8 would be more realistic. He didn't believe me, bought the DP and can't afford to go anywhere. So far I've resisted the urge to say "I TOLD YOU SO!"
Fish 'n ' Grits 02/21/14 09:17am General RVing Issues
RE: Hunkered down in the Florida Panhandle

My mother-in-law near Black Mountain has 3 inches on the ground and it's snowing hard now. You're better off right where you are! Hope Butch's back is better.
Fish 'n ' Grits 02/12/14 01:16pm General RVing Issues
RE: How to test converter?

If you can actually see the converter, check to see if the cooling fan is running when there is a load on the converter. If the fan is not working, the converter won't put out full power under load, and should go off completely from thermal overload.
Fish 'n ' Grits 02/11/14 10:14am Tech Issues
RE: hruumph

One of the most idiotic was the moron who burned herself with coffee (it's HOT!--DUH) and received the huge amount from McDonalds. In today's world it pays (BIG) to be stupid!
Fish 'n ' Grits 02/04/14 06:23am Around the Campfire
RE: Snow in Hueytown

I wish we had snow! Ours is ice, and the tree limbs and powerlines are getting bigger and bigger. So far we've only lost power for a short time. I hope this ends soon!
Fish 'n ' Grits 01/29/14 04:48am Around the Campfire
RE: Battery cut off switch

I use a marine type (Perko) switch that allows me to use an extra battery. With it, I can use each battery separately, both, or shut off both. I carry my second battery in a boat type battery box strapped down in the truck bed. If you ever plan on having an extra battery, I'd install that type of switch now. Or, I'd tell me to mind my own business and use whatever I wanted to!
Fish 'n ' Grits 01/26/14 05:11am General RVing Issues
RE: GENERIC RV

Lizzie -- You could have a kayak painted on the side and call it "Paddler".
Fish 'n ' Grits 01/25/14 06:48am General RVing Issues
RE: Tomato Crab and Jalapeno Soup Bistro 217

This might taste great, but I don't see how it could taste like CRAB. I grew up on the South Carolina coast. The seafood we had could not have been fresher. I like the taste of oysters, shrimp, crabs, and fish. Some of the recipes today could be made using buffalo chips and you wouldn't know the difference. I guess the chefs have to use whatever imported seafood they can get and make it as tasty as possible. I like to catch (or buy) local and cook it myself.
Fish 'n ' Grits 01/22/14 06:32pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Case Knives- a knife narrative (kinda long)

I have a small (2 3/4 in.) Case pocketknife if my pants are on. I have a semi-retired Case Sodbuster in a belt sheath om my dresser. I have a Case Sharktooth in the ammo drawer of my gun cabinet.I have a Case skinning knife that's 45 or so years old. In the kitchen, I have Case fillet and boning knives. Guess you could say Case and I have a long-standing relationship. My first knife in the early 50's was a Boker. Anybody remember them?
Fish 'n ' Grits 01/09/14 10:56am Around the Campfire
RE: Clemson BEATS 0SU in Orange Bowl!

Armchair quarterbackin'?
Fish 'n ' Grits 01/05/14 12:28pm Around the Campfire
RE: Going down to 4 above on Monday

We just came back from ten days at Ocholockonee State Park in Florida (where we met delightful Miss Lizzie). We intended to stop one night at Laura Walker SP on our way home, but were worried about the predicted low temps at home. We needn't have worried, however, it didn't even freeze. Sometimes I think some of these weather forecasts are as much guesswork as they are science. Still you have to prepare, they might be right!
Fish 'n ' Grits 01/05/14 07:53am Truck Campers
RE: "Catch of the Day"

A friend of mine dug unto what must have been an early 1800's trash pile and found a lot of bottles. He was selling them at a flea market, making surprisingly good money.
Fish 'n ' Grits 01/04/14 12:07pm Around the Campfire
RE: STANDBY GENERATORS

My 10kw is gasoline, but if it was available, I'd use natural gas. You have to use non-ethanol gasoline, unless you want to buy carburetor kits by the dozen. Non-ethanol is expensive, too! And you have to consider how to safely store enough to get you through a long outage.
Fish 'n ' Grits 01/04/14 11:53am General RVing Issues
RE: Quail cooking suggestions?

Feral housecats and subdivisions have taken care of most of our quail, but when we have farmed quail, we like them wrapped in bacon and grilled.
Fish 'n ' Grits 01/04/14 11:39am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Hubby-a died-in-the-wool New Englander

No problem keeping the beer cold!
Fish 'n ' Grits 01/02/14 06:27pm Around the Campfire
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