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For me, carrots with lots of parsley, and a piece of fried salmon.
Yesterday only bread and cheese, because I was to tired to cook.
Thanks for the video and your starter recipe.
Memories, again, with Athabaskan women and homesteading women around Kenai Soldatna, and Homer, Alaska, and our sourdough bread sessions. Very nice memories.
Chatolet Lake has the St. Joe River running through it.
When the Post Falls dam was constructed on the Spokane River it was believed that the trees and grass along the St Joe river bank on the west end of the river would be covered by the water and disappear. "But after all these years they are still there, creating one of the most unique river-lake environments in the world. The river runs through the lakes instead of just emptying into a lake. The St. Joe River is the highest elevation navigate-able river in the world (120 miles long with Grade 2 & 3 rapids). the 100 foot ferries from the Coeur d'Alene Resort can travel up river to St. Maries."
Carl, the car and the woman's clothes remind me of my mother and our car when I was a little tiny girl. Oh! What a time that was! We went to Lake Chatcolet, and Grandma Whitehead had a big roaster of fried chicken, potato salad, and we made ice cream by cranking a wooden ice cream maker. We kids took turns cranking, starting with the youngest and ending with Dad and my uncle. The ice cream maker looked a little like this stock photo.
Spud, I use the same idea as you with a piece of smith material wrapped around a tree to keep squirrels away.
Randy, one of my favorite dinners is breakfast food.
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