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Old 02-13-2018, 10:43 PM   #751
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Re: My Facetruck thread.

The gal I'm working for now has laying hens and gives me eggs. They are various colors and sizes. Do they make cartons with various sizes?

So other Larry cut the cheeze, ay?
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Old 02-13-2018, 10:45 PM   #752
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good job dustmaker! keep up the good work!

I also work swings.. dieting is tough for me.. thankfully I'm only about 25lbs over and took about 10 years to get here LoL..

Mrs. Bee is a lean mean fightin' machine 10 years my younger.. gonna have to do something to reverse my trend but haven't decided what I could do without..
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Old 02-13-2018, 11:01 PM   #753
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^ LoL, I remember moms rule for the regular egg buyers, bring a carton.. we had stacks of various sorts of paper, foam, etc. long time ago but do remember mom had her favorite types of cartons.. seems our eggs were fairly consistent but they did vary some.. must have been mostly extra large cartons and smaller ones fit as well? over 30 years ago when I was a young teen.. I do remember our hens could lay some whoppers though!

cool you have fresh eggs regularly, I really miss that rich flavor.. our hens ate very well and made fantastic eggs..

funny thing I didn't mention.. most of the hens layed in the tin hutches in the coop.. but in the long summer days when they spent more time outside, some would lay wherever they happened to be.. planters, bushes, tractors seats, patio chairs, lol.. and gathering eggs in the hutches was always exciting, some wanted only empty bins, others would sit on 3 eggs and lay theirs.. and some didn't mind a gentle reach under to grab eggs, others all hell break loose! they're fun critters to raise.. chickens are legal in my city, thinking about building a small coop for a few laying hens for my kids to experience.. and full well plan to raise some hens when I retire back on the family farm..
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Old 02-13-2018, 11:21 PM   #754
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Hmmmm.......no cheese.....no gravy..... two of my favorite treats!!!!
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Old 02-13-2018, 11:34 PM   #755
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About the years or pounds?
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Old 02-13-2018, 11:37 PM   #756
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Looks like a good time! I ran conduit for 16 hours on Saturday and pulled wire for 16 hours on Sunday! Good thing they were my days off... And I still am not done!
Working toward retirement, eh?
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Old 02-13-2018, 11:40 PM   #757
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Hmmmm.......no cheese.....no gravy..... two of my favorite treats!!!!

I went by Hardees (Carl's Jr.) this morning and had a biscuit and gravy. I first cut back to once a week, now once a month.
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My kids have a chicken coop and have fresh eggs.

They raise their own beef, and eat wild pork, venison and turkey.
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Working toward retirement, eh?
Only way to get a head now a days... Work, work, work....my girlfriends youngest(12) tells me all of the time "payoff is at the end". I just keep wondering when the end will be here?
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Old 02-14-2018, 04:59 AM   #760
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Only way to get a head now a days... Work, work, work....my girlfriends youngest(12) tells me all of the time "payoff is at the end". I just keep wondering when the end will be here?
The end will be when you die of course...
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Old 02-14-2018, 05:07 AM   #761
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Larry about Hardees.
They have the best biscuits around here. I love em. They come with a side benefit too. Any time I have breakfast from there I can depend on having to make a sudden trip to the toilet within 15 to 20 minutes after having ate there. Not a good thing for traveling though. It must be the oil they use or something. It's been doing me that way for years so I don't eat there often. Need a quick cleanout? Try Hardees.
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Old 02-14-2018, 09:22 AM   #762
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Cut back on that delicious stuff now so you can keep enjoying it later. I hope I am never told to stop eating any of the food I love.
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Old 02-15-2018, 12:35 AM   #763
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Our hobby has been traveling looking for trucks and parts for the last couple of years. But part of the trips was eating ice cream at every ma and pa place we could find! I think that had a little to do with my issues. But the info you can get at an ice cream parlor is almost worth it! We found out about more trucks talking to older folks than driving around looking
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Old 02-15-2018, 08:36 AM   #764
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Ice cream and trucks just go together. I don't have to go far for that

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...xZvjHXM7xv4b_O

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...AfZIRPfRljPI7V

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...ZSVBpt2w0j15em

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https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...iQhN6UBqTrBlC1

https://www.google.com/maps/uv?hl=en...AlEQoioIjAEwCg

https://www.google.com/maps/uv?hl=en...DbkQpx8ImgEwCg
Or so I'm told. That last frozen custard place is in Carlisle, PA. I try to stop by on my way out of town. Can't get my buddies to want to go. They say beer and ice cream don't mix? Some folks just weren't raised right
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We have Uncle Bobs. Man he makes some really cool flavores. Our favorite is Salted Caramel Rumchata. I almost think I can drunk on it!
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Old 02-15-2018, 09:40 AM   #766
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Mmmm... Warm and fuzzy ice cream
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Re: My Facetruck thread.

Killer Bee,

where do you get the Tillamoo Cheese?

Tillamook Cheese is what it should be! That's where my wife grew up, and they have the famous Tillamook Cheese factory there!


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delis in Italy serve quattro formaggio sandwiches, delizioso!

I couldn't live without cheese, eat at least two kinds every day..

good for you to have self control to eat healthier, I keep these in my fridge at work for my addiction..

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This is a cool place in a quaint little town to visit.
http://koffeekupfamilyrestaurant.com/
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Old 02-15-2018, 11:33 AM   #769
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He probably buys his cheese
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where do you get the Tillamoo Cheese?

Tillamook Cheese is what it should be! That's where my wife grew up, and they have the famous Tillamook Cheese factory there!
it's Tillamook, just a play on the name for the little 3/4oz bites.. they come 52 in a bag at Costco..

google search wants to add the k, click on 'search instead for tillamoo'

https://www.costcobusinessdelivery.c....11229983.html



other flavors and package sizes available too

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I stand corrected

That sub IS very clean!
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it's all good!
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I was wondering about that cheese, too. Never seen it before. Clever name.
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Killer Bee,

where do you get the Tillamoo Cheese?

Tillamook Cheese is what it should be! That's where my wife grew up, and they have the famous Tillamook Cheese factory there!
I have visited theTillamonk Cheese factory a few times through the years..A guy who works there or did work there for 35 years gave me 4-5 different cheeses they make there while I attended a family reunion that he was related to ..that was in a small town on the Columbia River in a town called Clastskanie .

The guy told me that there is not enough milk from the cows to supply the needs for the cheeses any more and they have to import milk form other places in the state to keep up with demands to sell their products..

In Tillamonk or near it is a big big wheel borrow a guy made that had two wrecked cars in the tub of it for all to see when driving by,, it had what looked like light poles for handel bars and the wheel for it was around 10 feet tall..

Also a large Blimp garage is there in Tillamonk that housed Blimps in world war 2 and then later a whole sawmill was running inside the building ,,it is still there I believe ..
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I lived across the highway from the blimp hangers, You could see when the big door opened but far enough away not to see inside. That was in 4th grade. Now 50.
I like Tillamook PepperJack Cheese. Had some yesterday.
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