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FotonDrv

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  1. I can see the price of the Cold Smoker in the web site but the Shipping Calculator does not seem to work. So, has anyone about 1K miles from Carson Ca. purchased one and could tell me the shipping costs? I am in the Seattle area and to my home from Carson it is 1170 miles.
  2. GolfPro2301, did you rename your KK? I would lean heavily toward Lazarus
  3. Coffee Char is good on Fowl, actually pretty good for many things.
  4. Thanks, that is a very neat, precise cut of that paper!! Had me fooled
  5. I am ready to go to bed and am suddenly hungry! That is a good idea. Is the "Platter" they are sitting on a big tortilla?
  6. Nice job on that bracket Dennis!! Simple and effective.
  7. The move must have been easy.
  8. Not as bad ss mam ruoc! A place you DON NOT WANT TO BE is the sauces isle in an asian supermarket during an earthquake. The potential for big stink is everywhere and every dog and cat in the neighborhood would be following you.
  9. Ridgeback is a pretty singular hunting dog, are you going after bear or hogs?? The Anantolian shepherd is something of which I know nothing but judging by where they are from and what they were bred to do I suspect they are much more like the GSD.
  10. Cha gio (no accent marks assigned) is the "spring roll" without rice paper wrapping. It uses the potsticker style wraps that are grainy. Generally they have the contents ground up before wrapping and sealing in their cocoon for frying. Goi cuon (no accents since this machine won't do it) is the "Spring roll" that is NOT fried and always wrapped in thin rice paper wraps. The contents have thin rice noodles as a base for the contents along with a vegetable thinly sliced, like cucumbers and carrots, and a little meat like shrimp or pork w/fat. The Hoisin sauce based dipping sauce is one way to go and the fish sauce based dipping sauce is another. I horrified my wife when I requested mam ruoc (again no accents!) as a base sauce. A lot more flavor although pretty stinky
  11. Good doggy! Congratulations Rumor!! They are such loyal companions, and super smart. Their nose and ears are such an asset to the military and law enforcement it should be no surprise to anyone who has owned one that they excell at all sorts of things. Ours will get the newspaper for us and take it into our home, packages from FedEx,UPS and take it home and entire repertoire of commands and actions in 2 languages as well as hand signals and whistles. This one knows colors; red, blue, yellow, green, white and black, so when she has a ball I can designate what color of ball to go get and she will do it!! Same with Frisbees, and yes, they are color blind but they sure as heck know different shade of whatever color they do see. I am working with my 6th one in 40 years but my first indoor GSD. Alarm system?? Ha!! She triggers before the alarm does Can you make it to the gate before she gets there?
  12. First cook on the 42??
  13. Well, the BKK32 arrived today so now the unpacking has begun. Wow, it was an engineering feat to get all that stuff inside the big shell, Kudos to Dennis and his team! 2 pallets arrived and I moved the big one and the delivery driver took the little one (240LB of goods) down my driveway. I am super happy the way it went, nothing like heavy equipment to do the job Now I need to move the gutted shell down a flight of stairs. The next series of photos will have the process of going down the stairs. Note the big fuzzy puppy supervising the forklift. She is pretty good for a 17month old and didn't yap to much.
  14. Getting it down the stairway was more difficult because of the limited space to maneuver.
  15. This is the latest brand she uses, but I know has used others.
  16. I do believe I heard a cringe when you Posted this! I get some very good Vietnamese food and dearly love these with hoisin and peanuts and vinegar/or lime and sriracha sauce all mixed.
  17. The dog did love it and as long as the ground was frozen it was OK with me, but then it got warm and the white turned to grey.
  18. I have tried 2 different regulators now and both did not work correctly. A "High Pressure" one rated for BBQ's that was a 15psi model, a today the "Adjustable High Pressure 0-40psi" regulator. Neither of them produced a clean blue flame. And yes, I did try adjusting the air mix on the burner and nothing got be a blue flame. So could you all that have gas burners show me your regulators and tell me what model/type they are and where you got them. I will have quite the stash of used once regulators at this point and it is not a tax deduction
  19. Charles, it is pretty weird and could well have been something with my internet provider, the local cable people because they were have issues reported the next day.
  20. We got some snow in the last series of storms a week ago. Now we are back to normal.
  21. Dennis, 911, 911!! Whats up with the multiple Postings?
  22. I have tried benadryl and that doesn't even slow her down. If I use anti-anxiety pills they need to be a large dose, like 200mg, to slow her down and that is not nice to the dog. I think the allergy doc is trying to fund a new wing on his clinic and the dog is just high strung and bored. If we leave her she start scratching herself and we come home to clouds of fur everywhere, its amazing. 19 mo old next week and I am hoping for change in another 6 months, eith with age or shots, preferably age. The burner issue will be resolved before that!
  23. I have tried benadryl and that doesn't even slow her down. If I use anti-anxiety pills they need to be a large dose, like 200mg, to slow her down and that is not nice to the dog. I think the allergy doc is trying to fund a new wing on his clinic and the dog is just high strung and bored. If we leave her she start scratching herself and we come home to clouds of fur everywhere, its amazing. 19 mo old next week and I am hoping for change in another 6 months, eith with age or shots, preferably age.
  24. Sort of routine, nail clip and allergy check. The poor girl seems to have allergies and has been given injections for month (weekly) and yet it is not proving to help. I will give it 1 yr and call it quits because it is not fun for her or me. This photo is of her at 72 pounds, now she is 85. Meanwhile the burner saga will continue.
  25. I think it is just me not getting the best regulator for the job. I can get a real roaring blue flame easily with the burner top off as witnessed in my video showing the same so somewhere there has to be a happy medium that the burner will work with. I am suspecting a 0-30 psi regulator might work, but at this point it is speculation; taking my dog to the vet took president over buying another regulator.