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post #21 of 30

Bears smoker always looks like new, you can tell he takes pride in his smokes, smoker and his property. I'm all fired up now I need to repaint my smoker, starting in a little while. bunch of prep work to start.

 

Gary S

post #22 of 30
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I would happily swap balcony bird visitors. biggrin.gif

 

I like the Dog!!!

 

What are those??----Cockatiels??

 

Bear

 

 

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Great looking meal Bear! Yards looking good too!

 

Thank You Case!!

 

Bear

post #23 of 30
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Hello Bear.  Another fine how to.  I do love beef ribs, prefer them to pork ribs.  My pork steaks never make it outside.  They get floured and fried.  Love chicken fried pork steaks/chops, and of course chicken fried steak.  Something wonderful happens to the fat on a pork chop when it's fried.  :biggrin:  OK so it's bad for me but still working on my first heart attack.  Folks this side of the pond give me funny looks when I mention "chicken fried".  Fine job on the meal and a great looking place you have there.  Keep Smokin!

Danny

 

Thank You Danny!!

I'm also kinda partial to when Mrs Bear pounds the Pork Steaks thin, and breads & free them!!

 

Bear

 

 

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Yesser Bear, great looking food, as usual, and more nice views of the Homestead, Thanks for sharing!

 

Thank You Santa!!

 

I Appreciate the Compliments!!!

 

 

Bear

post #24 of 30

Australia's luckiest rescue dog:biggrin:. Fairly old when I got her off death row via a rescue service.Bird scaring came second to nap time:biggrin:

White cockatoos.Noisey& destructive when they feel like it.Sharpen those big beaks by chewing up cedar & pine ,solar hot water bladders etc..They chewed right through the table umbrella's pole like a beaver!They are fairly smart & fearless. Other members of the cockatoo family much better mannered.

About 50 to a 100 in that part of town. I try to feed the king parrots like the guy in my avatar but once these guys turn up well there goes the neighbourhood. I love hummingbirds my late mother (Canadian) used to talk about them.AppleMark

These guys much better mannered ,will almost eat out of my hand.

post #25 of 30

AppleMark

Sorry I meant these guys, crimson rosellas closest,king parrot furthest. They turn up when I whistle then eat as fast as they can before the cockatoos turn up.

post #26 of 30
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Beautiful real estate, Beautiful Smoke. icon14.gif

 

Thank You Very Much!!

 

Bear

 

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Bears smoker always looks like new, you can tell he takes pride in his smokes, smoker and his property. I'm all fired up now I need to repaint my smoker, starting in a little while. bunch of prep work to start.

 

Gary S

 

Thank You Gary!!

 

Gotta mow again today---That'll be #20 for the season. Getting Old!

 

Bear

post #27 of 30

Cloudy and windy here, need to finish up smoker, probably mow tomorrow, not sure how many times, with the heat and lack of rain grass has really slowed down, I was mowing every 4 - 5 days. Got to mow my neighbors while they are gone to California to see their new grand baby.

 

Gary S

post #28 of 30

They still eatting your tables?

post #29 of 30
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Cloudy and windy here, need to finish up smoker, probably mow tomorrow, not sure how many times, with the heat and lack of rain grass has really slowed down, I was mowing every 4 - 5 days. Got to mow my neighbors while they are gone to California to see their new grand baby.

 

Gary S

 

Just got done mowing. I wasn't going to, because the grass was still wet, but I looked at the Weather predictions, and they said Thunder Storms & Showers for Friday & Saturday, and Sunday morning, and we have a big Double Family picnic at my Son's on Sunday. If I would wait until Monday, I'd have to Bale it !!!

 

 

Bear

post #30 of 30
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They still eatting your tables?

They wont chew things with oil based stain or paint but...

That was the umbrella pole about 1& 1/2 inch diameter. 

I am a bird lover always have been.We have some wonderful birds here particularly all the parrot types but white cockatoos are a bit harder to love.

They were popular back in the day as pets.They can be trained to talk,live forever like 50 years,but could be ornery & jealous . Rest of the cockatoo family much easier to live with. 

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