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  • Re: Kitchen supply street in Tokyo

    I brought back numerous things for the kitchen when I was spending time over in Japan.  The quality of the items were extremely high and wish I  was headed back to bring another stash.  That looks to be a very nice BBQ setup  you sent back.  Enjoy with your favorite sake or sochu when you fire it up....Me I'm a Asahi fan!!
  • Re: Mule Train. (Pic heavy)

    I had watched a series on TV many years ago concerning mules pulling and the likes....That stuff is big time in certain parts Tenn / Ohio etc.  Good mule pulling team cost you as much as a used car and twice as dangerous.  When those reins go slack on that mules back it ain't nothing but a$$holes and elbows out of them pulling sleds of blocks....Hook man can loose a hand or finger easy and they ain't no stop once they dig in and grab and growl...Ain't no car salesman close to being as bad as a mule trader about squabbling over price....I love it

  • Re: Mule Train. (Pic heavy)

    rather be with them than any other place you can name...all I can say is "we get there when we get there and gonna enjoy every damn minute of getting there...."  plow on boy's!!!!

  • Re: Lexington BBQ

    agree with Matt...go to Lexington BBQ restaurant and get a coarse chopped plate with a tea.  No lipstick on the pig and enjoy the taste of wood fired BBQ...especially if you are from out of town....Many good BBQ places in the town of Lexington.  If you have time, check out Lanier's Hardware in town.  Got one of everything and some stuff you blow the dust off cause you been looking to buy one for years but could not find one!!

  • Re: knife suggestions

    I'm a shun man...

    speechless.....maybe you were a surgeon at one time in your life....
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