William Brand

Tsunami Kate

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Oh my!

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Yes, it was a long night.

Even so, coffee and bacon is ready this morning.

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Everyone should have a breakfast from Jerusalem at least once. Lot's of fresh vegetables, fruit and cheeses.

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And if you can get it fresh during the growing season there...

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Morning all.

Breakfast is available outdoors this morning.

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Mmmmm ...so nice sans the humidity here. Melting in NJ. ;)

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Well it's been awful quiet around here without you all here. Could practically hear the bottles in the cellar fermenting.

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The place has ebb and flow. I might have called her 'Tsunami Tide', but Kate suits her better.

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A departure from the usual morning biscuit.

Fontina stuffed bacon wrapped dates,

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paired with a cup of the blue mountains.

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If that Kate weren't virtual, I'd be dead. I'd eat there always and I'd die. Plain and simple. That said...

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Supper anyone?

The place seems a bit empty, mayhaps the smells will tempt others . . .

Beef Ribs with an Espresso/Chile Rub

Fire Roasted Potatoes & Chilies

Rotisserie Grilled Onions

Brazilian Cheese Bread

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Had surgery following a botched root canal. Even as the drill was digging into my jaw I thought, "At least this isn't the 18th century." In celebration of a horrible day under the knife, I'll take a heaping order of the special.

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Aye, and a curly straw to boot.

New Orleans Planter's Punch, served.

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Do either of you fine "gentlemen" know of a beverage that can clear a man's sinuses, without the risk of setting his head on fire? This bedamned infection has me cowering below decks once again... I'd be much obliged...

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First, I recommend that you keep your voice down for fear that any surgeon should hear you and...prescribe. How they love to prescribe. Second, a good hammock in the almond grove with a drink, well aged should put you better, if not right.

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Goode CaptainB, I suggest a saltwater and a neti pot. Not to drink! Nasal irrigation helped clear up my sinus infection several months back.

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And bed rest with a view...

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A hammock and drinks it is... And keep that ol' saw bones away from me!

Silkie, it be impossible fer me ta use the Neti Pot. Everytime I used one in the past, I felt like I was drownin'.

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Sirs hammock is ready.

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Much Obliged!

This oughta make any ills slip away post haste.

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I grab the first drink and jump in the 2nd hammock. Thanks Pew! :lol:

Silkie, it be impossible fer me ta use the Neti Pot. Everytime I used one in the past, I felt like I was drownin'.

Sorry to hear that. It has been a boon to me. There is a trick to it but well worth mastering. I find that in addition to the contortion of laying my head almost perpendicular to its natural position I also have to concentrate on breathing through my mouth before I even start to pour. :blink:

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Glad to be of service. Mister Lasseter's, by the way, is looking a bit ragged as of late.

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The chandelry should set it to rights. Any word from the Lucy's Captain lately?

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I grab the first drink and jump in the 2nd hammock. Thanks Pew! :lol:

Silkie, it be impossible fer me ta use the Neti Pot. Everytime I used one in the past, I felt like I was drownin'.

Sorry to hear that. It has been a boon to me. There is a trick to it but well worth mastering. I find that in addition to the contortion of laying my head almost perpendicular to its natural position I also have to concentrate on breathing through my mouth before I even start to pour. :blink:

Ditto! It's kind of like learning to breath in a scuba mask, with your head at an odd angle. But worth mastering if you have frequent sinus infections. biggrin.gif

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Glad to be of service. Mister Lasseter's, by the way, is looking a bit ragged as of late.

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The chandelry should set it to rights. Any word from the Lucy's Captain lately?

Aye Sah!

I owe you much thanks Master Pew... A new hammock would be grand...

I have been about in fits and starts these past months, have had much ado keeping me busier than I'd like...

I shall do my utmost to make rounds in the near future...

Slainte!

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