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#476 2014-09-28 14:51:30

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^ I'm going to raid your freezer some night.  big_smile

I like that berry picker ... never seen one before.

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#477 2014-09-28 17:43:18

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Take all you can eat, but no more.  wink Using a picker reduces time spent in the woods by 70 % and increases time used for cleaning the haul by 30 %.  More time, more booty.

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#478 2014-09-28 18:18:45

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A true gentleman ... I shall bring my own fresh cream ... and clean up after.  If there's any cream left over I shall leave it in the fridge. big_smile

I remember picking wild blueberries and man I tell you those suckers had more thorns than a rose bush. That picker would have saved a pint of blood some hurting!  yikes  OK I exaggerated a bit on the blood loss but you get the picture.  Nothing better than fresh berries - however in winter, fresh frozen are a must!


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#479 2014-09-29 13:24:42

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^Thorns on a blueberry bush?!  yikes Sure you weren't picking raspberries or blackberries?  devil


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#480 2014-09-29 13:36:47

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Geezer wrote:

^Thorns on a blueberry bush?!  yikes Sure you weren't picking raspberries or blackberries?  devil

Oh hell, I don't know,  ops What ever they were, they were wild and there were a LOT of bushes.

It was a hundred years ago in another country and ... but they were berries, not raspberries, those I know, they are my favourite of all berries!  wink


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#481 2014-09-30 00:05:37

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The native berry season is over here. cry

If you didn't freeze them, you can still buy imported ones, but it ain't the same.  hmm


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#482 2014-10-05 17:21:17

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W00T!!  big_smile

I had my 67 birthday last week (09/26)


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#483 2014-10-05 17:28:39

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@vrkalak -- Happy Birthday!
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#484 2014-10-05 17:50:12

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vrkalak wrote:

W00T!!  big_smile

I had my 67 birthday last week (09/26)

AWESOME! happy birthday.  You counting by decades yet?  6.7 just sounds better. lol lol

Now, can you wait for me, I'll be there in a couple of years.   devil


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#485 2014-10-05 19:58:31

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@vrkalak: Happy (belated) 67th Birthday! I celebrated my 67th a few days earlier than you.  lol

Where did the time go?  yikes


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#486 2014-10-05 20:11:03

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#487 2014-10-06 04:08:16

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Congratulations, vrkalak.
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Edit: Oh dear, I jumped over Geezer's post. Help yourself, too, Geezer.  smile

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#488 2014-10-06 04:18:00

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Happy (belated) Birthday vrkalak and Geezer!


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#489 2014-10-08 19:40:08

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Hmmmm...as some of us slowly creep up to the big 7-0, or 7.0 decades, how many ...ah..."seniors" are beginning look favorably on large-print books? My wife and I have similar tastes in light reading and borrow most of our books from the local library. My wife figured out that it's often easier to find a current or recent bestseller in the large-print edition instead of the regular editions. The large-print editions usually are in 18-point type. The first time I read one, I exclaimed to my wife, "Hey, I can read this without my bi-focals!"  lol  lol  lol


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#490 2014-10-08 20:50:43

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nore wrote:

Congratulations, vrkalak.
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Edit: Oh dear, I jumped over Geezer's post. Help yourself, too, Geezer.  smile

OH MY!  ... swiped a piece.

I did tell everyone that sweet tooth doesn't apply to me ... sweet teeth baby sweet teeth!  lol

Candycanes on a cake!  I like it!


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#491 2014-10-08 20:52:34

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Geezer wrote:

The large-print editions usually are in 18-point type. The first time I read one, I exclaimed to my wife, "Hey, I can read this without my bi-focals!"  lol  lol  lol

I recently got 'computer|reading glasses' so no need.  big_smile

But I hear where you're coming from.


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#492 2014-10-09 03:32:51

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Geezer wrote:

how many ...ah..."seniors" are beginning look favorably on large-print books?

I've gradually softened my attitude against e-book readres and tablets, just to be able to adjust font size.  Or perhaps I should  make a book rack and purchase a magnifying desk lamp?

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#493 2014-10-09 04:00:11

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I really haven't hit that stage yet, But I see it coming, I have a few paperbacks that have 'smallish' print compared to other paperbacks.  I can read them, but I get tired very fast.

Doctor told my MIL that she didn't need new glasses but to read with more light.  She put a lamp with a low energy "while|cold light" (not the yellow tinge) lamp in it - no shade - and can read just fine.


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#494 2014-10-11 00:17:45

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Sector11 wrote:

I did tell everyone that sweet tooth doesn't apply to me ... sweet teeth baby sweet teeth!  lol

Candycanes on a cake!  I like it!

I still have a sweet tooth ... (but, my case it is my denture-cup)   big_smile


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#495 2014-10-11 13:21:02

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^ the two 'store-boughts' I have don't come out at night - if fact not during the day either.  lol

So if someone asks you if Sector11 has his head screwed in place just ell them, "No but a couple of molars are!"

I think I'm going to need a couple more in the near future as well.  sad


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