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Brings back memories of our Maine visits years ago. :)
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Wow! That does look like nice weather. The water looks clear also. ...you guys get to have allllll the good times as it's miserable here...been in the low nineties for several weeks and tomorrow looks like it's going to be near 100.

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Coast to coast North America sure has some beautiful country, nice to see you guys enjoying it..... :D

Weather here has cooled down to the 70s not much rain everywhere is still bone dry.
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Well gk, highest lake you can drive to in Calif and highest golf course, Lake George 9,000 ft and Snow Creek 8,000 ft.
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I often try to imagine what it would have been like to be one of the Lewis and Clark expedition, seeing it all for the first time....
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Thanks guys. It's crazy dry here. We had a thunder shower night before last and a big downpour, but it's not enough.
We have been in a warm stretch too. Wasn't bad yesterday, but I think there is more coming. I hate it.
The first half of the summer was pretty cool, but it's making up for it.
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Normal high 90s, low 100s here and dry. It was 20 degrees cooler up in the Sierras.
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That's a Great picture of your Wife & Mom and Dad Oldwin. A happy time. :D .
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That's a Great picture of your Wife & Mom and Dad Oldwin. A happy time. :D .
Thank you 45. We had a great day.
My folks just live out back, so we see them daily. They do very well and are healthy, but at that age it can turn any time. We try and do as much as we can with them. It's good cause we are close and can be there to help in seconds. Want to keep them in their house and not in some facility.
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What a blessing Oldwin , this is almost unheard of in this day . God Bless You All.
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Thank you sir.
Family matters more than anything. I can never repay what they have done for me. I will do all I can, because I want to. They are the best.
Just want to someday have my son and his family in Alaska back close.

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My family (what's left of them) are spread out all-over, my son and his wife are going to NZ to live, so me being the oldest I don't look forward to getting infirm and unable to cope. Pity really as I was counting on being a burden to them all... :lol:
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Son in Tennessee, brother in NJ, coast to coast, that’s about as far as it goes. Now NZ, that is a ways.
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That's tough.
I know how lucky we are. Especially in this day and age.
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There's a lot to be said about families that stick together similar to the TV show The Walton's..... :) Not saying you bear any resemblance Jay Bob....... :wink:
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There's a lot to be said about families that stick together similar to the TV show The Walton's..... :) Not saying you bear any resemblance Jay Bob....... :wink:
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Yeah.......not so much.
But......there was one that had a Harley for a while.
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Hahaha Hahaha Hahaha Hahaha.
I'm sure she is happy. Doesn't have to hear the national anthem.
Besides, since their political views are so similar, she will start to like her new home in a few days.
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Maybe they will trot her 6’9” out for their national anthem.
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Welllll it won't be long before the BLM people will protest because she is in an ALL WHITE CELL. Yikes!......
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Hey Jay...imagine that! All of her kneeling and talking bad about the country.....NOW, she wants help from the country she despises so much.....Trump is sitting back in Mar-a-Lago, with a tall drink in his hand, with his like thinking buddies around him.....and doing everything they can to keep her where she is.

Since when is she any different from the many people who sneak small amounts of drugs into Mexico, Thailand, China, etc. and get 10 year sentences? If she had any other attributes such as spying, international diplomacy, or even good looks...maybe...but spinning a 9 and 1/2" ball around?

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Yup. Agree 100%.

That idiot wants to thank her lucky stars she ain't depending on me to get her out.
Good riddance. And I can think of a few more we can stuff an 8 ball up their butt and send over.
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I feel sorry for whoever has to share a cell with it...... :lol:

Another heatwave for Britain on the way, temps up to 97f, got to make sure there's beer in the refrigerator... :wink:
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100-104° here for the next two weeks.
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100 to 104f..... I'd be heading for the Sierras :D
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Hey GK old buddy. I'm confused.......
What does weather have to do with having beer in the fridge? :D
When is it OK to NOT have beer in the fridge?
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Good point OW but beer being essential all year round is different to emergency rehydration fluid that is required when you feel a little bit warm, it has then become become medicinal... :o

I am critically low at the moment as Shipyard IPA in cans brewed here is undrinkable I have to find a decent replacement and that takes a lot of time and samples from different brewery's....... hiccup!!!
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Hahaha my man! You always have a good answer!

Man that sucks. I'd send you some but it's probably illegal. Or at the very least, cost prohibitive. Have to get a conex container, get it filled down to Portland, then find a carrier......

My boys like Allagash White. That is brewed in Portland too. Pretty good.
Can you get any other of the Shipyard varieties there? Shipyard Export is pretty good.
There is my favorite (that I can't get here), Moosehead Pale Ale. Wonderful beer, but I have to cross the border to get it.
How about the Alaskan varieties? I can't get them here, either, but they are outstanding! They have a good IPA. My favorite is Alaskan Amber. Fantastic!
We have 2 good locals too, but I doubt they have made it across the pond.

I haven't had any of you guy's brews. Unless you count Guinness, which I really like.
We have some local Irishmen over in Bangor with a brewery called Geagans. They make some great beers also.

Sadly, most times I just swill Miller Lite. I'd get too fat if I drank the beers I really like. :D

Oh! I just remembered.....
Sam Adam's out of Boston has really grown, and is probably available over there. I have toured their brewery and sampled many of their varieties. Very good beer.
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Surely there are acceptable alternatives in Jolly Olde ;-)

I would have to go with OW on Sam Adams Boston Lager.
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Plenty of variety over here and if you know where to look Moosehead can be found, I have tried it and yes its bloody good.. :D

One of my favorite beers (from Wolverhampton in the Midlands) is Banks Amber Ale, only availability down south in certain supermarkets.

As I said before if a imported beer becomes popular they start brewing it over here and it never tastes the same.... :(

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It’s the water they say. One issue with populations moving is whether individuals get along health wise with the change of mineralization of the water. Which by the way is a good case for drinking beer from where your ancestors were from.

So I have to cover the UK. Scandinavia, Germany, Austria, Denmark.
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That is actually a good point OS. One I hadn't given a lot of thought to, but obviously valid.
If one is used to a certain type of water, they will recognize it in their beer, even if they don't realize it. There is no doubt it is a big factor.
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Well when I had a tour around the Coors brewery (now demolished) they said the local water has to have all it's minerals taken out and replaced with the minerals of the home brewery, that's how they keep a consistent taste of the brand no matter where it's brewed.... something must have gone drastically wrong where they are brewing counterfeit Shipyard IPA :shock:
But you are correct that in the old days beer brewed in one part of town tasted different from that which was brewed from another water source and don't forget beer was first brewed because the water was not safe to drink without the brewing process.
However it is an excellent suggestion that we drink beer from where our ancestors came from and also places our ancestors had never heard of... :lol:
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Haha well buddy. Probably Maine water is tough to reproduce.

Not sure if that's good or bad........ :shock:
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Very rocky territory.
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I picked a bottle of this up to try, it was in the supermarket this morning, haven't tasted it yet. At least it doesn't pretend to be genuine American.
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Lousy label almost put me off buying it.
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Haha yeah. The label looks like you need a man bun to drink it. :D
Good luck in your search buddy.

Trust me, I fully understand how important, and stressful, the search for a new beer can be. God speed my friend. :D
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I don't mind, always been able to cope with stress...... I know it's a tough job ahead but I can always spit out the ones that are too rank..... :lol:
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One beer GK?....May the Good Lord bless you.....in my drinking days and upon walking in the door after work, I would walk straight to the fridge and grab 2-4 16oz. PBR's.

Too hot to do anything so I'm just laughing and f.arting reading the news on my I pad.......that queer in L.A. who crashed her car in a house which erupted into a fireball? Alec Baldwin sends his well wishes to her but nothing on the house that burnt down or the possibility of the many people being hurt......

So.....while sitting here in our "happy room", mom's phone starts buzzing....Amber alert.....check out this description of Matt Gaetz's version of a thumb.----00

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Well gk, yesterday uncharacteristicly played 8 holes on only Gatorade. Wasn’t working out then a friend rolls up, former Marine who looks like a bigger version of Mike Tyson and says I got an extra Modelo, you want it. Hallelujah out of the blue. That helped things immediately. Had to wash that down with a Bud
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I am quite partial to Mexican larger, I will have to look out for that one, I know it's available over here..... 8)
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Dos Eqius is better in my view but it is actually German beer brewed in Mexico.
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I've never tried Modelo or Tecate. I don't care for Corona. And I can't stand Dos Eqius.

I do like most Canadian lagers. Probably the water thing.
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Well I just tried the American "STYLE" IPA can't say I like much, genuine Shipyard brewed in Portland is much better, I think I'm going off IPA altogether, I think I'll go back to British Bitter and also hunt down some Canadian and Mexican largers. I like trying different brews but I do like having a favorite and consistent tasting beer. I was the same with cigarettes and pipe tobacco, always trying different brands :roll:
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Wow, that's warm buddy. Last weekend was the end of our bad heat. It crashed Monday. We had a 30 degree swing in temperature. It's 63 here now.

I never smoked, but I used to chew long ago. Still kinda miss it come fall or when I'm in the woods.

I don't mind an IPA, but don't drink them but rarely. Usually one is plenty.
Maybe I should switch to them. :roll:

Normally, I like lagers. I like Canadian lagers really well too. I don't drink them all the time, especially in the summer. I would weigh 300 pounds. If I sit and watch TV for a few hours in the evening, I will drink 2 or 3. That rules out the heavier beers for me in the summer. I usually drink Miller Lite.
In the winter I drink less beer, so I can fall back to favorites. Moosehead, Sam Adams Octoberfest, Sam Adams Winter Lager, Oak Pond "Dooryard", and an occasional Guinness.
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Big weekend we had...Young Neighbors next door had a Big Birthday party around 75 people just having fun, was about 90* and rained in the late afternoon. Momma and I came home around 6 to get in the air conditioning . around 7:30 pm I open the front door to see how the party is doing and the single ex-Marine on the other side of My house is screaming at his Friend. The guy has an older Jeep Cherokee and says I'm leaving I've had it. You can go says the Marine but the car stays here. The guy gets in the car, the Marine grabs his chainsaw sitting there and flattens the rear tires on the Jeep. meanwhile the people at the party are watching this unfold.
I'm on My porch watching . the argument goes out to the street and the Marine try's to throw the other guy in front of a passing car. several people at the party call 911 and three police cars show up but they took a while. the owner of the Jeep got a ride to the emergency room and the Marine was arrested for felonious assault. and is in jail. I've known the Marine since He was a baby and We wish to God the courts could get him some help but He doesn't want it...... another day in the neighborhood. :( .
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Holy smokes!

Around here that's called........Wednesday.
No, not really. Too bad about the Marine. Many times that doesn't end well.


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Oldwin , Here's the plan.....when the Governor of Texas starts shipping the illegals to Maine you could house about 15 at a time in your new camper. good old slo joe will reimburse You about 10k a month for housing them and You can retire early..... :shock: . :D .
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Oldwin , Here's the plan.....when the Governor of Texas starts shipping the illegals to Maine you could house about 15 at a time in your new camper. good old slo joe will reimburse You about 10k a month for housing them and You can retire early..... :shock: . :D .
Ahhhh.....No.
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