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post #21 of 39

Darn Bear all looks great! I wondering If I can make one of those traps big enough for pigeons "Flying Rats" ? icon_idea.gif

post #22 of 39

Looks Good Bear but AL & I Really Need a LOT CLOSER LOOK,(While Holding a Knife & Fork)...biggrin.gif

post #23 of 39
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Originally Posted by michael ark View Post

Good looking grub. I am a meat and potato's guy too.Carpenter bees are eating my deck.Just one picture of in side trap please or a thread. Is it like a wasp trap ?

Thanks Michael !

Sorry I missed your post yesterday. I put a link to more about the Traps under the last picture above.

 

Bear
 

 



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Originally Posted by lookwow View Post

Id be interested in a thread on the bee trap. Steaks looks awesome.


Thanks!

See above.

 

Bear

 

post #24 of 39
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Originally Posted by Chef Willie View Post

Nice looking everything there Bear....house , flowers, steaks etc....perfect color on that meat and shrooms on top...yum. Looked a little overdone for Al though....I didn't see a blood puddle where you cut it.

Thanks a lot Willie!

That's about as rare as I go---The blood is puddled under the steak pretty good---zoom in that opened cut.

 

It dripped on my leg, and Mrs Bear thought I cut myself again.

 

Bear
 

 



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Originally Posted by miamirick View Post

great looking place bear,   i'll take one of those steaks anyday     i'm confused though   please tell me  were you not snowed in about two weeks ago?  if so   the yard sure did make a quick recovery


Thank You Rick!!!

 

Our snows were a little longer than two weeks ago, but it did recover real well. It must be because I never bag my grass, never fertilize or lime, and we got quite a bit of rain the last 3 weeks.

My yard might be healthy mainly because it's about 90% weeds---As long as I cut it every 5 to 8 days, it stays nice and green.

 

Bear

 

post #25 of 39

Taters! Beautiful steaks Bear, I enjoy smothering mine in mushrooms as well!

post #26 of 39

Oh Bear. You cooked my very favorite meal of all time. Looks fantastic. All of it exactly how I like it. I must of missed the invitation. I can't imagine someone cooking my favorite things and not inviting me. icon_lol.gif

post #27 of 39

As usual a great thead Bear.  I do not recognize your place without all the white stuff. Did you redecorate? It cant be warm there yet LOL

post #28 of 39
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Darn Bear all looks great! I wondering If I can make one of those traps big enough for pigeons "Flying Rats" ? icon_idea.gif


LOL---Bottle would have to be a lot bigger!

 

Thanks Meat,

Bear

 



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Originally Posted by Beer-B-Q View Post

Looks Good Bear but AL & I Really Need a LOT CLOSER LOOK,(While Holding a Knife & Fork)...biggrin.gif

LOL---Thanks Paul!

 

Bear
 

 

post #29 of 39
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Oh Bear. You cooked my very favorite meal of all time. Looks fantastic. All of it exactly how I like it. I must of missed the invitation. I can't imagine someone cooking my favorite things and not inviting me. icon_lol.gif


Thanks Scott----Even Mrs Bear likes everything in this meal !!

Sorry---I had to invite her, and that grill is only built for two (like the bicycle).

 

 

Bear

 



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Originally Posted by smokinstevo27 View Post

Taters! Beautiful steaks Bear, I enjoy smothering mine in mushrooms as well!

Thank You much, Steve!!

 

Bear
 

 

post #30 of 39

Great post Bear,The steaks look great (from start to finish!) Congrats on doing a fine job raising a good son.That's not an easy thing to do  Bottom.gif!!!

Hope your maters do well,Mine are about 4' tall and some are turning red  yahoo.gif      That's one benefit from living in Florida .

Now if i just learn how to make bacon, I can have a "real" BLT!

 

Thanks Bear,

Very interesting post

post #31 of 39
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As usual a great thead Bear.  I do not recognize your place without all the white stuff. Did you redecorate? It cant be warm there yet LOL


Thanks Scar,

Yup we're up to 40s in the morning & high 60s in afternoon.

It took a lot of cans of spray paint (green) before I took those pictures.

 

Bear

 

post #32 of 39

 

 

Bear,

 

As you know Gary and I did an exchange, we also exchange information as to which threads I can open and look at without having a seizure or causing my 'puter to freeze up from seeing that white stuff!  Now that your pics are back to normal I can start responding to your threads again. LOL

 

Great looking meal, I confess I would love some taters like that, but mine always fall apart when I try to take them out of the pan, ...sigh.

 

Ya did good bro,

 

Gene

 

 

post #33 of 39
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Originally Posted by raptor700 View Post

Great post Bear,The steaks look great (from start to finish!) Congrats on doing a fine job raising a good son.That's not an easy thing to do  Bottom.gif!!!

Hope your maters do well,Mine are about 4' tall and some are turning red  yahoo.gif      That's one benefit from living in Florida .

Now if i just learn how to make bacon, I can have a "real" BLT!

 

Thanks Bear,

Very interesting post

 

Thanks Rap!

You'd love that kid---He's a piece of work!  Must take after his Mom. biggrin.gif

 

Bear
 

 



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Originally Posted by JustPassingThru View Post

 

 

Bear,

 

As you know Gary and I did an exchange, we also exchange information as to which threads I can open and look at without having a seizure or causing my 'puter to freeze up from seeing that white stuff!  Now that your pics are back to normal I can start responding to your threads again. LOL

 

Great looking meal, I confess I would love some taters like that, but mine always fall apart when I try to take them out of the pan, ...sigh.

 

Ya did good bro,

 

Gene


Thanks Gene!

Nope---White stuff all gone!

 

Bear

 

post #34 of 39

Dang it Bear!! How is it that your mid-week meal is better than anything I can throw together on the weekends? And free to boot!!!!   Yeah, a little jealous.

 

Looks great though! 

 

With a little luck, my 2 boys will continue to make me proud too. They are only 2 and 4 though. I got a little time to wait for them to hook me up like that.

 

The place looks great buddy.

post #35 of 39
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Originally Posted by cheezeerider View Post

Dang it Bear!! How is it that your mid-week meal is better than anything I can throw together on the weekends? And free to boot!!!!   Yeah, a little jealous.

 

Looks great though! 

 

With a little luck, my 2 boys will continue to make me proud too. They are only 2 and 4 though. I got a little time to wait for them to hook me up like that.

 

The place looks great buddy.

Thanks Cheesee,


LOL---I was going to make him a Major League pitcher, but that didn't pan out.

When he was a kid, he could pitch with either hand.

He eventually became Right handed like the Old Bear!

Can you imagine that??? A switch-pitcher????

Managers load their  line-ups with right handed batters or left-handed batters, depending on the pitcher.

Righties can usually hit lefty pitchers best, etc.

So they bring in a lefty pinch hitter to bat against a righty pitcher-------pitcher switches to pitching left handed.

 

2 & 4 year olds are a lot of fun, but they aren't much help.

Mine used to get all excited to go out & help Dad shovel snow!

2 shovels later---shovel lays in driveway---kid rolling around in snow!

 

Bear

 

post #36 of 39

LOL, You're right about the no help. My boys will "help" the entire time, but they usually create more work for Dad.

I have the same plans. My 4 year old throws really well with both hands, but better with his left. Really good left handed bat as well.

He can't start T ball till he's 5 "b-day in September) so that's next spring. I think by the time we play ball in the back yard all summer he'll be way beyong the skill set

of t ball.

post #37 of 39
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Originally Posted by cheezeerider View Post

LOL, You're right about the no help. My boys will "help" the entire time, but they usually create more work for Dad.

I have the same plans. My 4 year old throws really well with both hands, but better with his left. Really good left handed bat as well.

He can't start T ball till he's 5 "b-day in September) so that's next spring. I think by the time we play ball in the back yard all summer he'll be way beyong the skill set

of t ball.


Great Baseball area!

Upper Perk, Quakertown, Boyertown, Soudertown, Pottstown, Pennridge.

 

Used to be my stomping grounds---It's your turn now!

 

 

Bear

 

post #38 of 39
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Originally Posted by Bearcarver View Post




Great Baseball area!

Upper Perk, Quakertown, Boyertown, Soudertown, Pottstown, Pennridge.

 

Used to be my stomping grounds---It's your turn now!

 

 

Bear

 



You aren't kidding. I have a 16 year old nephew throwing an 87+ fastball. Pitches for North Penn. Also have a freind with a son pitching for Boyertown.

I can't wait to take my son to some games. He loves watching the Phillies with dad. Takes me back to my childhood....Tear.

Sorry to hijack your thread with baseball talk....

 

 

 

                                                                                  GO  MEAT!!!!!

post #39 of 39

Sounds like a great Dad Bear...Mine did not take me enough..My Dad never owned anything but a cane pole and a Brim hook. I bought him his first casting rod and tackle box full of baits when I was 13yrs old and working making .50 and hour.  I also bought him his first shotgun when I was in the service. He used to borrow one to go hunting...

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