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Originally Posted by Bearcarver View Post

Thanks Mike & John!

 

This was the longest (66 hours) we have been without electric here, but we lose electric for up to 12 hours pretty often.

The lines here are old, and we're pretty much out in the sticks. 

My closest neighbor South, on my side of the road is about a half mile, and I can't see another house during the Summer, and can only see one house, other than my Son's house, during the Winter. 

If a deer walks by our house & sneezes, we lose electric, and we are some of the last ones to get it restored, when a lot of people lose electric, because they do the more populated areas first. I can understand that.

 

 

My son has freezers in his pole barn shop, and a big combination at his house.

I have two combinations & a freezer at my house.

We moved everything from the shop to our houses, and powered the ones with the food in only.

Now we just cleaned the others out, plugged them back in, and put all the good stuff back where it was.

We also got rid of some old Tuna, Swordfish, and Mahi Mahi---and one very large old Salmon!!!!

 

We're in good shape now.

 

Bear

How did you get rid of all that fish? icon_question.gif

 

 

post #42 of 47
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How did you get rid of all that fish? icon_question.gif

 


Sad story:

 

My son brought a whole mess of Salmon fillets home from his NY Salmon trip, 23 months ago.

He told me I could smoke all but one of the 19 huge Salmon fillets (he marked the nicest one for himself).

 

He had a couple hundred pounds of Tuna, Swordfish, and Mahi Mahi in there too. He told me which ones he wanted, like the "tuna bellies", etc, etc.

 

So 2 years later (last week), the only ones left were the ones I left there for him!!!

 

Like I said---sad story.

 

 

Bear

 

post #43 of 47
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Originally Posted by michael ark View Post

yahoo.gifGlad to hear your circumstances have improved.



Thanks Michael !!

 

I tried to reply to you last night, but I couldn't get the ads to stop jumping into my reply box!

 

Bear

post #44 of 47

Just wishing well for another brother in smoke 77.gifand a vet to boot.

post #45 of 47

You call that sad, I call that an opportunity to go fishing!

 

Todd

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Originally Posted by TJohnson View Post

You call that sad, I call that an opportunity to go fishing!

 

Todd

LOL---I agree Todd.

I just hate to see good fish end up in the dumpster.

It's the PA Dutch in me!

 

Bear

 

 



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Originally Posted by michael ark View Post

Just wishing well for another brother in smoke 77.gifand a vet to boot.


I Thank You, Michael !

 

Bear

 

post #47 of 47

looks good ..good idea for throw away pan

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