Thanks For vist George regards Ian
For my readers who read my last post I referred to a southern expression that I used quite a lot until recently that is until I found out that the expression I was so fond of using was a southern replacement for an expression that the rest of the nation uses that is in fact, a curse expression. This is an expression that I have not now nor ever have used when speaking Yankee. This new found knowledge forces me to never use the southern expression…………….sigh. Just because I won’t use this expression doesn’t mean that there aren’t plenty folks here who do. That being said there are some expressions and are some actions that are taboo and MUST NEVER BE SAID OR DONE in my world.
Just in case any of my readers ever have their cars break down or become lost on their way to Florida and they find…
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Brilliant recipe l love Autumn and the smell of pine it invokes calm and makes sense to why in your recipe we make a great team – thoughts and feelings make a great recipe 💕
Nice post Kev Ian 👍
Originally posted November 29, 2014:
It was quite a site at the coal-fired Power Plant in North Central Oklahoma to see a 400 pound man climbing up the ladder to the 250 foot level (halfway) of the smokestack only to climb halfway down again on the track the elevator used to go up and down the smokestack. I was on labor crew then and I remember thinking, I’m sure glad that’s not me.
A small tour of people from Oklahoma City had come to the plant and one of the engineers was showing them around. I think Allen Gould may remember who it was. I’m not saying it was Allen, I’m just thinking that he was around at that time.
I think that day the wind was blowing rather hard and when the elevator was descending (going down) the stack, the power cable somehow blew…
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Nice post getting like that here ready for Chritmas snow – what’s weather like your end ? Ian X