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Old 07-18-2013, 06:52 PM   #10981
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I likes me some peaches!!
That reminds me, I think I'll take a ride over to orchard country and look for some fresh ones.
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Old 07-18-2013, 06:54 PM   #10982
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Now I know the problem. Spoiled in Arizona and expected the same thing in NC. Now your pissed.
Not AZ, AR, where we worked out tails off having DIRT brought in, leveled, rolled, seeded and fertilized after the house was razed and rebuilt after a tree cut it in 3 pcs.
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Old 07-18-2013, 06:58 PM   #10983
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Georgia peach?
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Old 07-18-2013, 07:19 PM   #10984
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Not AZ, AR, where we worked out tails off having DIRT brought in, leveled, rolled, seeded and fertilized after the house was razed and rebuilt after a tree cut it in 3 pcs.
Beautiful place Coot. Tell me about that big tree. and all the damage.... WOW !!
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Old 07-18-2013, 07:21 PM   #10985
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Omg they look awsome !
Were havin these in goshen.....
Hmmmm brats n bacon?
I have to make frankie onion bombs as well.
Oh my gosh I forgot about the onion bombs!! I will make those the following weekend at our family float/camping trip!
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Old 07-18-2013, 07:23 PM   #10986
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I'll take the V-ice cream and sliced peaches along with the HOMEMADE peach syrup.
Grayfox oph you were comin to Goshen, I would totally bring you a jar! It is so yummy.......on ice cream, French toast, and if you don't mind lickin your phingers.....hot buttered biscuits!
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Old 07-18-2013, 07:26 PM   #10987
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Not AZ, AR, where we worked out tails off having DIRT brought in, leveled, rolled, seeded and fertilized after the house was razed and rebuilt after a tree cut it in 3 pcs.
I have always dreamt of grass that looks that pretty! Awesome rebuild!!
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Old 07-18-2013, 07:34 PM   #10988
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Beautiful place Coot. Tell me about that big tree. and all the damage.... WOW !!
Coot, the hard work sure paid off for Ya. We had to clear our property here on " The Ridge". We had an early winter snow storm when this house was just a cabin and weekend place. An early winter storm produced 40" of heavy wet snow along with high winds that fattened about 2 acres of pine trees. Looked like a pile of pickup sticks.... what mess... no damage to the cabin. It took alot of hard work to get it cleaned up.

We really have a pretty decent lawn considering living on top of mountain. I wish I could show some pics, but this old computer won't allow me to upload.
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Grayfox oph you were comin to Goshen, I would totally bring you a jar! It is so yummy.......on ice cream, French toast, and if you don't mind lickin your phingers.....hot buttered biscuits!
Now your talkin... finger lickin good !!. You've got my mouth watering now.
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Beautiful place Coot. Tell me about that big tree. and all the damage.... WOW !!
Tree was trimmed about a month earlier and all branches above the house were cut. Tree actually had limbs hanging completely across the street to the north. Tornado didn't actually touch down, but got to about 50 ft of the ground and twisted the tree around and dropped it on the house and our newly constructed 3 car garage on the south 40+ ft from the trunk of the tree. $10,000 damage to the garage. Insurance co. (MFA Shelter) elected to clean the house off at the slab and rebuild. Contractor came up with attaching the 3 car garage to the other garage and created a new room for the hot tub. Insurance was fantastic, covered renting another house until new house was built (5 months), all new furniture, motel until we moved into rental house and meals. Re-painted both vehicles in the 2 car garage. Couldn't ask for a better insurance.
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