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  • I said I wanted chile weather, not CHILLY weather!
    PapaBill
    PapaBill
    Actually, the one I make the most often has black beans and sweet corn in it... but yea, I haven't made one in a while... and now you got me thinking about it... lol
    Wicked Mike
    Wicked Mike
    See, now that sounds good, Bill. Please tell me there's pork involved.
    PapaBill
    PapaBill
    couple pounds of ground pork usually... although, since I've started smoking again, I think some smoked and pulled would be interesting... will have to play around with that in a couple weeks when the in-laws are here... gonna be a long 6 weeks, so that will give me an excuse to sit outside in the cold and monitor the smoker... even though it's an electric and I have remote therms... LOL
    Spent 46 years in FL and heading to IN now... I must be flippin nuts....
    THE BIZ
    THE BIZ
    Whur you at in In. Papabill
    PapaBill
    PapaBill
    Between Fishers and Pendleton off I69... Decent little area... dirt looks very rich compared to what I was used to... just hoping for an early spring so I can see how well the plants do here :)
    THE BIZ
    THE BIZ
    Im up in fort wayne and probably coulda planted early to mid may
    Here comes the sun.... may be just a temporary reprieve, but I'll take it!
    sicman
    sicman
    same here,im just happy i mowed a few acres of wet ground,and picked up a cuple hundred plants that are destroyed. hopefully no more rain.
    PapaBill
    PapaBill
    That sux man... glad you're seeing some dry skies though... think we still have a few more days of off and on rain before it totally clears out... stay safe and dry!
    sicman
    sicman
    will do. i posted a couple pics of my back yard under te photo thread its in the lounge.
    Radar shows most of the rain has passed - at least for a while...
    jsschrstrcks
    jsschrstrcks
    Not as worried about the rain as I am the winds, its positioned so that the winds push the water right up into my canal system. They can handle an unlimited amount of rain (just flushes out to see) but if the winds bottle them up, its bad news.
    KevinH
    KevinH
    Good to hear bro. Now is some of the water can drain to sea, it would really help.
    jsschrstrcks
    jsschrstrcks
    I'll tell ya, scores upon scores of thousands of gallons have already drained. This morning the road I live on had just enough water to make my brakes steam when they got wet...

    about 3 hours later, I checked again (just a few minutes ago) and there was no standing water (outside of a few potholes) in the road... So its definitely draining. I just hope the winds don't stop up the bathtub again.
    THey're saying we've gotten 10+ inches of rain so far today... had a couple yesterday and about an inch on Friday... hopefully it will stop raining and start drying soon...
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