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There, that feels good.
09/Apr/11 8:16 AM
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Jack, just click your heels three times and say "There's no place like home!" Oh, wait, I think that only worked for Dorothy. Kansas is right smack dab in the middle of the continental United States. Just what would I need to rehabilitate? More...
09/Apr/11 8:44 AM
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Yes Jack and middle of the midwest of the USA and more corn than I have ever seen and WIND. When we drove across Kansas the wind eventually blew us up to Nebraska (and more corn).
Loved it though and lots of photo's on my page.
09/Apr/11 9:09 AM
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I am home.
Off to bed.
More tomorrow.


09/Apr/11 9:29 AM
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Well, at least we know the Cap'n survived.
PSST, Heidi. I'll give you the answer to number 2 if you'll give me the answer to number 8.
09/Apr/11 9:33 AM
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Way to go Cap. Get well soon.
09/Apr/11 9:43 AM
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G-H, farmers are growing more corn, but Kansas is known as the wheat state. If you were here after June, you missed it.
09/Apr/11 9:47 AM
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Checking my Rand-McNally I see that I may have clipped NW Kansas flying Minneapolis-Denver way back when.
09/Apr/11 9:47 AM
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Yes we were Sarah Beth. We were there in August/September. I was wondering where the wheat was? What do you do with that much corn?
09/Apr/11 9:52 AM
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http://www.kswheat.com/videogallery.php?id=25
Here are some pictures from the 2009 State Fair. Do not be alarmed by the fire. Farmers burn their stubble once the wheat is harvested to help with weed control (controversial practice). My asthma doesn't like the burning so much.
09/Apr/11 9:58 AM
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Corn oil, human consumption, fuel (ethanol) livestock consumption.
09/Apr/11 10:00 AM
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My answer to where Kansas is: It's over the rainbow from Oz.
09/Apr/11 10:04 AM
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I need to go out and help TM with a clutch or something. I accidentally let mam out of her pen when feeding. She headed right to the soybean field with little junior tagging right along. Maybe she'll come back for the other one and we can shut her in again. We want to make sure she has extra food.
09/Apr/11 10:06 AM
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Jack, that could have definitely been in your flight path.
09/Apr/11 10:07 AM
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I've been to Kansas too, but in late March. I was on a Cattle Tour. We visited Excel (huge processing plant on the edge of Dodge, a couple of feedlots and several big ranches around the state. I had the best steak I've ever had.... certified Hereford.... at a ranch in the middle of the state. I also had a massive 2" thick steak in Russell, KS. that was superb.
09/Apr/11 10:13 AM
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Nice link Sarah Beth, I grew up in Northern Sydney where bush fires/wild fires are horrendous. Hubby was from a rural NSW sheep farm where they ride on horses or drive along flicking matches burning off the dead grass and at first I totally flipped out about it. Now we live near a lot of sugar cane farms and they burn off big time as well so sort of used to it now.
09/Apr/11 10:15 AM
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Sorry. Missed a ")" after the name "Dodge".
09/Apr/11 10:15 AM
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At the end of WWII, the US was trying to help Germany recover. They were asked what they needed the most. The Germans replied that they needed 'korn.' So the US sent corn, lots and lots of corn. It was learned later that what the Germans were asking for was all kinds of grain seed.
09/Apr/11 10:15 AM
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You got no 8 yet HaLt?
09/Apr/11 10:19 AM
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100
09/Apr/11 10:19 AM
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Been awhile since I got that one.
09/Apr/11 10:20 AM
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Back from dinner. Yum! Jaime and I shared the grilled salmon on a bed of artichoke hearts, white beans and arugula with a lemon vinaigrette. And then we shared a tiramisu. I hope I've built up enough strength now to run that yard sale tomorrow.
09/Apr/11 10:21 AM
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Yes G-h, I finally got it. Just sent it in. Hope Kathy will accept such a late answer.

Sorry Heidi... I got it on my own.

Jane, you didn't happen to eat at Barbara Jean's did you? Is Barbara Jean still in business? We ate there a couple of times about 8-10 years ago. Great crab cakes!!!
09/Apr/11 10:33 AM
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Good luck - Kathy for the tennis match
- Sarah Beth for the job interview
- Karen for having to cope with a sick male!

Great to hear from you Cap'n.
09/Apr/11 10:48 AM
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No, Hal. We ate at Tramici, a great little Italian restaurant on St. Simons. I posted the menu earlier tonight. In case you missed it, here it is again: http://www.tramicirestaurant.com/spring11.pdf

Barbara Jean's is very good (and they are still very much in business), but we've More...
09/Apr/11 10:53 AM
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This is the first time in a long time that we had a complete dinner at Tramici. We go there a lot when we're going to the movies. Tramici has a fantastic movie deal: a slice of their yummy pizza, a glass of house wine (or draft beer, including Peroni, one of Jaime's favorites), a movie ticket and More...
09/Apr/11 10:57 AM
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Well, not "great" movie, but a really entertaining one. The latest "great" movie we've seen was "The King's Speech".
09/Apr/11 10:59 AM
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Wow, the last movie I watched at the theatre was Inspector Gadget. My nephew was 5-ish at the time, he is now 14. MIL was taking Thing I to the movies, until Thing II showed up and I don't think she would last a whole movie sitting down. As much as I would like to take my girls to the movies, I More...
09/Apr/11 11:44 AM
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Funny, how when I asked Man, to take care of the girls this evening, I was informed that he needed to go to bed early, because he has to work on Saturday. How come I did not know this earlier? Heidi, you may need to make room for two bodies.
09/Apr/11 11:46 AM
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Oh Jane you are so spoilt. Here that would cost over $25 per person.
09/Apr/11 12:43 PM
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Karen, the only problem with your solution for the Man, would be that he would never be there to take care of the girls. Come to think of it you would still get to keep the M-I-L, and that could be a good or bad thing. Man, I am sure does come in handy sometimes. Mine is doing the washing up, and he does it well as he has lots of practice. He is also the vacuumer as I have a dust mite allergy.
09/Apr/11 12:58 PM
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You are right Tricia, he does come in handy at times. Why are there so many pros and cons?

Man made a huge mistake our third Christmas together. He purchased me a vacuum cleaner for Christmas. There is a slight possibility that I may have traumatized him for the next 19 years. I have never More...
09/Apr/11 1:19 PM
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My orders were to wake Man at 10, because he did not want to wake up to an alarm. I don't blame him, alarms are so rude. Guess, I now have to act like the snooze button. He has been known to reset his clock after the snoozes run out, then start the process all over again.
09/Apr/11 1:23 PM
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Good night people of the world.
09/Apr/11 2:00 PM
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Speaking of what to do with a body, I read this as "someone killed in a field" the first twelve times I looked at it:

Playing card; someone skilled in a field
09/Apr/11 2:12 PM
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I'm experiencing a vague uneasiness about male bashing. It is hard to tell which of it is meant in fun and which isn't. To clarify, I'm not targeting the most recent posts. I'm deliberately not being specific. Maybe it's because of my perspective, but I don't remember female bashing.
09/Apr/11 2:12 PM
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I think I may develop a dust mite allergy, could come in handy!
09/Apr/11 2:38 PM
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Ah, Keith, i think your safe. I believe this is reaction to specific males for specific events. I just came in from chasing cows around, trying to reunite mama and both twins. TM wished me luck and went to bed. I also found a cow grazing in the hemlock beyond the "hot" fence. I don't care. I'm going to bed, and hugging MY side. He can deal with it in the morning.
09/Apr/11 2:42 PM
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Gail enjoy tomorrow and have a wonderful time. No 1 son is in Melbourne for the weekend and enjoying himself. He likes it down there.
09/Apr/11 2:47 PM
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And one more?
09/Apr/11 2:48 PM
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