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Happy WoosDay All You Sunshine Biscuits!

WooDoggiesWooDoggies Posts: 2,390
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<p />A few from this week's garden where we're finally getting a little rain this morning..... Here's to everyone having an Eggcellent Day![p]john[p]Sept102007058.jpg[p]



  • WooDoggies,
    Nice... Started my day off really good.[p]Wonder why my bushes and bugs don't look as good as yours??? Oh yea, something about feed'n and water'n them.[p]Thanks...[p]Spring "Pretty Flowers Makes Your Eyes Smile" Chicken
    Spring Texas USA

  • BordelloBordello Posts: 5,926
    Great shots as always.
    Guess I should have ran for my camera and got a shot of Mr. Scorpion that was in the shower with me. LOL[p]Hope all is well,

  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 22,890
    <p />WooDoggies,
    strange week of picture taking here, made some great ribs and some pastrami and ruebens over the weekend and only took pictures of an oven cooked bulkie roll pizza and this picture of my fish finder showing a school of a million baby smelt. the rainy weekend ive been praying for most of the summer finally came and it pulled the smelt out of 200 foot depths into shallow water. might not be as pretty as the flowers to most, but mesmerizing for a landlock salmon fisherman

  • RRPRRP Posts: 21,930
    what brand and do you like it?

    L, M, S, &  Mini
    And oh yes...also a 17" BlackStone gas fired griddle! 
    Dunlap, IL
    Re- gasketing AMERICA one yard at a time!
  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 22,890
    this is an old hummingbird, not the greatest for what im doing with it, our lakes are too deep and it doesnt differentiate bottom hugging fish down a hundred or more feet. not a good choice for salt water or clear deep water. shines at shallow to maybe 60 foot depths. its on the list for a winter upgrade this winter to a lowrence color with lake charting capabillities, i really need a unit that shows lake bottom depths charted out with a map and gps with depth contours. this one will be used on the bass boat were it works great for finding shallower structure and large and smallmouth bass. you need to match the unit with the intended use, this a great small pond or shallow lake unit and will do everthing the more picey units do in those circumstances, works great for bass, perch, and most trout fishing.

  • Bordello,
    We've had scorpions this past week too. Where are you?[p]Kim

  • WooDoggies,[p]Had a nice meal on Saturday....thought I would share![p]Cheers[p]


  • Well friends... here's the tomatoes that I slow cooked/smoked... 250 for 4 hours... Romas cut crosswise (~3/4 inch thick)... seasoned with fresh ground salt & pepper, fresh thyme and basil, a pinch of powdered sugar (since I didn't have any granulated)... drizzled with lemon infused olive oil! VERY TASTY! So far, I've added to pasta, green beens and zucchini![p]tomato010.jpg[p]tomato017.jpg[p]tomato020.jpg[p]Here's the pic from my Native Indian Proverb post yesterday
    tomato005.jpg I said, those early Native Americans obviously were not cooking on a Big Green Egg!

  • Pace Yourself,
    That all looks wonderful! What's the dessert? I see blackberries... are those apple or pear slices? YUM!

  • QBabeQBabe Posts: 2,275

  • WooDoggies,
    WEll since I have been slacking on posting lately here are a few from home and work.
    Sausage Burgers
    A nice steak
    and in keeping with the theme! Hoss

  • thirdeyethirdeye Posts: 7,428
    <p />WooDoggies,[p]Whoa, nice photographs as always. woohoo.gif[p]Here's a couple of shots of my little buddy taken from my desk this morning. I used the special window screen filter for a special effect.[p]DSC03643a.jpg[p]And speaking of garden pictures here is a series called "Raiding Tom's Garden"[p]DSC03605.jpg[p]dsc03599L.jpg[p]DSC03616.jpg[p]DSC03620.jpg[p]DSC03621.jpg[p]Happy Woosday

    Happy Trails

    Barbecue is not rocket surgery
  • Thanks GirlyEgg,[p]That was black berries and pears with a gooy cinnimon dough.... it was good.
  • Pace Yourself,
    Recipe? ;-)

  • WooDoggies,
    and folks ask why we named this day after you!!?!?! . . .great shots as usual... .[p]so in keeping with the theme. .. [p]this little guy lives in a hole next to my house. ..
    august07pics014.jpg[p]more little friends
    IMG_0943.jpg[p]ain't nature grand!!!!!

  • WooDoggies, Peach tarts with a crumble crust

  • AZRPAZRP Posts: 10,116
    As usual, great shots John! -RP

  • RoudyRoudy Posts: 431
    WooDoggies,[p]I didn't do any exciting cooks over the past week. I did however do some tasty chicken legs last night. My usual is to marinate in EVOO and Dales low sodium followed by a heavy dose of DP Shakin' the Tree. Cooked direct at 300 for 90 minutes, the final 10 minutes at 400 to crisp the skin a little. This time I did half of them with Tsunami Spin - outstanding![p]BGE039.jpg

  • sthelens-046.jpg
    <p />WooDoggies,
    good morning from the pacific northwest! i'm sitting on the porch of an officer's house at fort worden state park, washington. here's a few things we had the other night in vancouver and mt st helens...[p]elksalmoncrab-033.jpg[p]elksalmoncrab-028.jpg[p]elksalmoncrab-025.jpg[p]elksalmoncrab-020.jpg[p]elksalmoncrab-003.jpg[p]elksalmoncrab-030.jpg[p]elksalmoncrab-034.jpg[p]treesgolf-128.jpg[p]treesgolf-073.jpg[p]<img src=>;

  • mad max beyond eggdome,
    One day in your yard, and Daisy Mae will make sure that bunny (and all wildlife is gone!)[p]Between Rocky (my weimaraner), Daisy Mae (my bluetick) and Emma (my Vizsla foster dog)... ain't not wildlife happenin' in my yard, except in the tree tops![p]25388052.House_0009.jpg[p]65858406.ONmn9fAN-1.jpg[p]84228649.frICJA2N.jpg[p]

  • BordelloBordello Posts: 5,926
    Pace Yourself,
    Great picture, great looking food and I love you table and chairs.[p]Regards,

  • GirlyEgg,
    trust me, that rabbit lives OUTSIDE the fenceline. .. [p]duffy (115 pounds of lab/mastiff) would think its just another chew toy for her. ..we don't have many critters in the back yard, only the front. .. [p]IMG_0014.jpg

  • duckeggduckegg Posts: 267
    Rick's Tropical Delight,
    All that food, particularly the Oysters, looked killer.[p]When did you take that picture of Mt. St. Helens? I have a lot of old film pictures from probably 5 years ago and it looks about the same. I should scan them.

  • duckeggduckegg Posts: 267
    <p />WooDoggies,
    And now for the minor leagues. I thought this thing was a Humming bird at first, it is apparently an insect. It was too fast to get a good pic with my whimpy camera.

  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 22,890
    do a search for hummingbird moth. thats what it is

  • duckegg,
    It is a hummingbird moth. We got photos of one in our yard a couple weeks ago while we were trying to catch the hummingbirds. These are rare but a lot easier to get to stay long enough to photo.

  • duckegg,
    that was two days ago.

  • duckeggduckegg Posts: 267
    Rick's Tropical Delight,
    It hasn't changed much. We were there when they had recently opend up the road and were amazed at how fast things were starting to grow on the way up. I guess not up top though. I will look up some of my old pics.

  • drbbqdrbbq Posts: 1,152
    <p />WooDoggies,[p]Last nights dinner.

    Ray Lampe Dr. BBQ
  • Looks GREAT Ray!
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