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RE: What a great day!!!!

Well, I sit here crying in my coffee cup.... Both teams lost, pitching let me down in baseball and the basketball team was still tired from the hard fought game on Thursday against Gonzaga. I will be alright, basketball team went farther than most of the others, and baseball is just kicking off conference play. Look out Omaha, here we come...again!!!
Redcatcher70 03/27/22 06:59am Around the Campfire
What a great day!!!!

The Fourth ranked Arkansas Razorback Baseball team plays Missouri today at 2:00 PM on the SEC channel then the fourteenth ranked Basketball team plays around 7:20 PM on the TBS channel against Duke. Again, no one gives them a dog's chance to beat Duke, just like no respect against Gonzaga.....
Redcatcher70 03/26/22 11:56am Around the Campfire
RE: Today in History

My father was U.S. Army from 1941-1945, spent his entire enlistment at Dutch Harbor, AK. I was U.S. Army 1969-1970, Vietnam. Most of my tour was with 199th Inf. Bde. and 1st Aviation Bde. during 1970.
Redcatcher70 02/23/22 04:40pm Around the Campfire
Today in History

Learned today that on this date in History that the U.S. Flag was raised in the battle of Iwo Jima, February 23. The battle raged on for many more weeks before the island was secured. The greatest generation....
Redcatcher70 02/23/22 10:36am Around the Campfire
Handy kitchen tip #93

Instead of using those cheap plastic or flimsy metal chip bag clips, we use the binder clips found in the office supply aisle at Walmart. We buy the medium size, but once in a while a large one. They last forever and don't break or fall apart. Just an idea....
Redcatcher70 02/07/22 04:52am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Igooannas

Speaking of "igooannas", in my trips to Belize, I visited a small village on the banks of the Belize River called Flowers Bank. I talked to many of the teenagers there and conversation always led to what they did to pass time, no TVs or video games for them. They liked to go to the river, find a tree with a branch that hung out over the river. They would climb out on the branch and wait for iguanas to swim by, jump down on it, and wrestle to the bank, cut its throat and take home for supper. One of the older teens had the record for the longest, about 4 and a half feet from snout to end of the tail. I never saw it, but with all the bragging going on, I guess it may have been about 3 feet, I did see a couple that were about that long. All of them seemed to like iguana meat, they said it tasted like chicken....
Redcatcher70 02/01/22 09:16am Around the Campfire
RE: pocket knife

Carried one as long as I can remember. I am 72 (almost), and still do. I currently carry my Father's old small two blade folding knife, not sure what brand it is. It has to be 40 years old. I usually use it everyday for something. My favorite was/is a single blade small Gerber Baby Lock, about 4" long unfolded. Side note, the old Army pocketknife was made by Camillus (sp.), had one also and gave it to my grandson last year. I don't remember a number designation for it, also have a couple of P-38s, NOT designed to carry in pants pockets.....
Redcatcher70 01/22/22 11:33am Around the Campfire
RE: College Football Is Just Around The Corner, Can't Wait!

Horsedoc, I have to agree, Georgia at this time is the better team. The SEC right now is in turmoil, Fla., LSU, and maybe others looking at coaching changes and a lot of schools with first year Head Coaches, it may take 2 or more years to get going again.... All I know is my Razorbacks are on a roll, right now. First time in history that they brought home THREE rivalry trophies in one year. The BOOT from LSU, the SEC Classic from Texas A&M, and the Battleline from Missouri. They are bowl bound and the scuttlebutt is a major Florida Bowl on New Years day. We will see how it shakes out after the games today. By the way, I am pulling for Georgia to win all this year.... P.S. Prayers for bagman and his family......
Redcatcher70 12/04/21 07:40am Around the Campfire
RE: COLA

Sorry, its already being eaten up by inflation and increase in Medicare premiums.....????
Redcatcher70 10/27/21 10:16am Around the Campfire
RE: College Football Is Just Around The Corner, Can't Wait!

Well, it sounds like college football is getting all shook up in the near future!!! Texas and Oklahoma want to join the big boys of the SEC. I foresee a lot of changes in most of the conferences if all survive the shakeup. Is your school or conference talking changes?
Redcatcher70 07/25/21 11:40am Around the Campfire
RE: College Football Is Just Around The Corner, Can't Wait!

Steveh27, sounds like a good reason to stay home and watch Tv... I am 71, bad knees, had quad bypass several years ago, arthritic joint plus my tired bony butt does not like sitting in those hard seats in stadiums. Used to love going to all types of sporting events, but finally gave it up. Give me a big screen TV, big plate of hot wings and Diet Coke and I am satisfied. Its he!! getting old.....
Redcatcher70 07/13/21 06:40am Around the Campfire
RE: College Football Is Just Around The Corner, Can't Wait!

Talking about College football, I am not sure I like all of this "transfer portal" stuff going on in college sports. Players really don't have to make a commitment to a school anymore. Don't like your playing time, pick up and go somewhere else. I have to check the roster once a month just to try to keep up with changes on a team....
Redcatcher70 07/12/21 06:36am Around the Campfire
RE: College Football Is Just Around The Corner, Can't Wait!

Yes bagman, you have been missed lately! I thought you would have been giving us at least weekly thought during the CWS. Looks like the SEC continues to romp over the rest of the free world in dominating College sports... Your thoughts are graciously welcomed.....
Redcatcher70 07/11/21 03:12pm Around the Campfire
College World Series

Not one peep from anyone about the CWS..... I thought for sure there would be some conversation about it. With the wide range of teams from different areas areas and conferences nobody was cheering on their team. It was a good series and it shows once again that the SEC dominates....
Redcatcher70 07/01/21 12:24pm Around the Campfire
RE: New F-150 Electric P/U

Well, I didn't fill in all the info. We don't own any type of unit currently, maybe in the future. My daily driver is a F250 Super Duty, CC, V-10, 2WD. I am planning on downsizing in the near future. DW daily is a Buick Encore. We like to make trips in the truck, car is a little small. We make the Texas trip every two or three months, to see the grands. First question, when are all these charging stations going to be installed, who is paying for the stations, how much will a charge cost. We all know the power grids in Texas are about maxed out, how much is a home charger installed cost? I don't see a electric truck in my future.... Son does not have a charger at his home either, you think he might install one for me.
Redcatcher70 06/29/21 04:53pm Tow Vehicles
New F-150 Electric P/U

OK, saw the ad on television for the Electric F-150, not really impressed. 300 mile average distance traveled on a charge, then charge overnight and ready for another 300 miles. I live in Central Arkansas, my son lives in Rockwall, Texas, I calculated my mileage and come up with total distance of 327 miles. Not counting off and ons for potty breaks and he lives a few miles off I-30, I rounded it up to 350 miles. Now if I drove the elec. truck, I would have to find a place between Greenville and Rowlett to charge and spend the night. Why would I want one of these trucks?
Redcatcher70 06/29/21 11:39am Tow Vehicles
RE: SPAM-alama-dingdong

I love when this subject pops up! ??. I sing the praises of SPAM all the time. I am 71, in fair health, no cholesterol problems or high blood pressure. I have eaten SPAM as far back as I can remember. It has seen me through some lean times and the good times. I have carried it with me in the single serve foil packs on over 15 mission trips to Central America. I can truly say it has kept me from going hungry a few times. I DO NOT eat rice or beans fixed any way you fix them. I make a meal of SPAM and crackers if that is all I can get. The only SPAM I don't care for is the barbecue flavored. I used to love to take a can of SPAM to the deer stand for lunch. Open it up, take out the hunting knife, cut it up in the can and have a meal.... The good old days. ?
Redcatcher70 06/29/21 09:43am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
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