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    A tune for the crew.


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    A Neighbor just brought over dinner for tonight And she makes it GREAT ! https://www.louisianaseafood.com/recipe/seafood-ceviche

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    RTR thats my kind of recipe, 9 pounds of the other white meat, to start. You can probly could find a neighbor to cook 5 nites a week with that car, not that your gold stash will run them off either but heck, Im new, and a slow learner, what do I know....
    Last edited by Fat; Jan 14, 2021 at 11:33 AM. Reason: 9# will make leftovers for the weekend

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    Roger,

    Ceviche is one of my favourites more of a summer item around my parts though.
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    Some Queen for the crew.

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    Here's one of our go to soups in the winter. We skip the celery and usually add some ham pieces we have leftover from the freezer.

    https://getpocket.com/explore/item/r...=pocket-newtab
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    Yeah I keep telling her she aught a sell this,awesome stuff Click image for larger version. 

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    Got all my stuff packed(84 pounds worth) into buckets for the mile walk to the stream,Click image for larger version. 

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    Good luck RTR! I'm about to head out to a homesite that is built atop an Indian village... I've found Adena artifacts in the area before so there could really be anything from Woodland Cultures to pioneer days at this site.
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    "God does not give us everything we want, but he does fulfill his promises,
    leading us along the best and straightest paths to himself" -Dietrich Bonhoeffer

    2021 Goals:
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    Coppers (5/15)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noah_D View Post
    Good luck RTR! I'm about to head out to a homesite that is built atop an Indian village... I've found Adena artifacts in the area before so there could really be anything from Woodland Cultures to pioneer days at this site.
    Thanks man .....Think I found something to help carry the load better>> https://www.sstack.com/dura-tech-fol...arrow/p/06741/
    Walking to the creek is no problem,its all downhill.....Coming back will be...And coming back we'll also have (2) 5gal buckets of black sand to add to the 80+ pounds of gear

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    ...That was 5 neighbors once a week, hotcar gumbo on weekends...
    Have you looked into two wheel game carriers? Or a drone to carry the wheelbarrow. That thing looks small and weak in all the wrong places.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RTR View Post
    Thanks man .....Think I found something to help carry the load better>> https://www.sstack.com/dura-tech-fol...arrow/p/06741/
    Walking to the creek is no problem,its all downhill.....Coming back will be...And coming back we'll also have (2) 5gal buckets of black sand to add to the 80+ pounds of gear
    2 trips?
    For me I think it would be many a trip.
    Beat of luck on the trip and the rock moving adventure. Hope the recovery of the black sand is beyond your expectations.

    Still remember being really young and we went on a detecting/relic/bottle digging adventure to this tributary of the Columbia River called the Gold Stream.
    Now the Whites GoldMaster was no master on the black sand.
    Plan B, go looking for relics and bottles around the old trappers cabin.
    "If it was easy-It would have already been done-Life 101."
    I treat the outside world as one raw very warm wet chicken that has sitting out too long. wash and sterilize everything me touches. pepperj

 

 

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