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Old 04-03-2020   #21
 
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Always, I heading out know to say hi and pick up some meds for her. Glad to hear everything is going well.

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Old 04-16-2020   #22
 
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go to the store or get out covering?

I'm going to order a few get out of the house face covering's for, grocery stores, pharmacies, etc(when restrictions let up), camping, fly fishing....
Boat equipment companies could make up their own for river tripping. Changing times!
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Spam Teriyaki Sushi.

My daughter's came over today and prepared Spam Teriyaki Sushi. They sliced the Spam and pan fried it with teriyaki sauce, than placed Saran Wrap in the empty Spam can and than placed about 3/4 inch of rice in the bottom with the fried teriyaki slice on top of the rice, pull rice and Spam out with the Saran Wrap, than wrap with sea weed Nori around it, than wrap it up in the Saran Wrap to seal Nori onto rice and Spam. They also made sliced teriyaki prime rib and teriyaki chicken with a few California sushi row's. The Kimchi and Wasabi was spicy hot as hell. It was a great dinner. I need a fork, these sticks drive me nuts.
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Mother's Day 2020.

It's tough having a Mother's Day, when you have three ex-wives at the dinner table at the same time, you can't get a word in edge wise. Talk about a mutating virus pandemic! The kids didn't even want to show up for this one.
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Ya know, you kind of remind of Seldom Seen Smith, raymo!
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All the ramen noodle dishes look way in the hell better than what I used to do with them.
Mix with peanut butter, raw, and just eat that for dinner, when I was a second year guide, and had spent my last dollar at the bar.
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Dinner's in Craig Co.

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All the ramen noodle dishes look way in the hell better than what I used to do with them.
Mix with peanut butter, raw, and just eat that for dinner, when I was a second year guide, and had spent my last dollar at the bar.
Hay matt man, ya we didn't have one day trips with AB, they were 4,5 and 7 day trips with no days off in between trips to speak of, we would pull off of a trip, than drive to the the next trip and they would have our food packed and ready to go for the next trip, waiting for us. After a couple back to back trips, we would go back to Craig for a day or two for day's off to do laundry and for grub we would head over to a dinner, for a couple bucks we could get a cheeseburger, fries and a malt. We would catch a movie at the theater for like 50 cents. Our warehouse always had cases of beer and wine
stacked to the ceiling. We had people that packed our food and kits for us. With RMRE we had warehouses in Commerce City, Dove Creek, Glenwood Springs and Kremmling. We did all the boat repairs and up keep on the equipment, motors, oars, frames and repair kits thought. I know you and I would not trade those days for anything in the world, great days.
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Thanks Raymo for the ramen inspiration.


I thought I took a couple pics, but couldn't find them. Made one with steak slices, sprouts, squash, and a runny egg. Another dish with chicken, diced cabbage, carrots and an egg. Yum!
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It's tough having a Mother's Day, when you have three ex-wives at the dinner table at the same time, you can't get a word in edge wise. Talk about a mutating virus pandemic! The kids didn't even want to show up for this one.

Three ex-wives? same table? Respect... I can barely handle one, but for spam I would still show up. I have a weakness for weird pork products.



This is a great video from the 60s, and yep, I still love the pork products.



https://youtu.be/jw24Q1k5R5g


1964 Hormel factory tour...
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Made fish tacos.

And then made ramen with the leftover fish. It was pretty good!

My daughter tried to convince me it's unhealthy. I told her it has vegetables in it so it must be healthy.
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