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You really have developed a superb and unique career sub-genre for yourself!

This is really a dream livelihood !

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As long as a guy has to work it is really nice you can at least use your TC!!!! [emoticon]

What do you cook your eggs in? I've been looking for something like that. Thanks....DJ


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~DJ~ wrote:

As long as a guy has to work it is really nice you can at least use your TC!!!! [emoticon]

What do you cook your eggs in? I've been looking for something like that. Thanks....DJ


DJ I use a 2 cup pyrex dish, scramble the egss up, spray the dish with pam, pour in the eggs and toss it in the microwave for 2 minutes...way too simple.


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Its great when everything comes together. Thanks for sharing.

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man I am not looking forward to going into the brick and motar office today. I know I have at least 3 hours of paperwork to get through. Hopefully I will get out into the field this afternoon. Funny thing, I slept better in the TC than I did at home last night.

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this is Louis, he is owned by my friend Kate


That sure looks like a Morgan horse!

We're going to be at the UVM Morgan Horse Farm in Weybridge, Vermont in a couple of days.

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That looks like so much fun!!! And WOW, there is some good lookin' horse flesh there!!!

Thanks for the egg cooker idea!!! [emoticon]

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well I only had to deal with 2 injuries in 3 days. Kind of a fun weekend with friends.

hanging out
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Costume time
Cruella de Ville
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Phantom of the Opera
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Pirates of the Carribean
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the Follies
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The Rastafarian
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packed up and on the last leg home
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all in all a good trip and I made a good amout of cash doing it.

one of the best things I have found to make my travels easier is this website that I access from my smart phote that gives me the location of dumpstations nation wide. I located one that was on my way home that just involved driving 100' down a freeway off ramp http://www.rvdumps.com

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this is Louis, he is owned by my friend Kate

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behind the TC
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mmmn blackberries
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random shots

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yeah I am enjoying myself. I am having a nice cup of coffee while looking at the birds flying around in the apple and eucalyptus trees behind the TC. There are some horses with turnout sheets on munching on their morning hay off to the side in the light drizzle from the morning fog. It is very relaxing.

This afternoon things go from serious competition to the irreverant with the fun and zaney costume freestyles. I will post some photos of that, it's a real hoot.

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