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Fire_n_Ice

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Message Posted: May 7, 2007 10:31:02 AM

Stop in and meet ohyeah, a funny lady from Raleigh, who really needs her own home here. After the miles she's accumulated zooming thru GB on a daily basis, she really needs a place to put her feet up and relax. Welcome to your new home, ohyeah!
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dickc49
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Message Posted: Sep 14, 2014 2:13:22 PM

Good afternoon Ohyeah :: HUGS :: Its Sunday! Are you watching the Steelers?
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Message Posted: Sep 14, 2014 9:39:40 AM

Top O the Mornin' OY!
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Message Posted: Sep 14, 2014 7:25:22 AM



On this date, in 1901, President McKinley died of gunshot wounds inflicted by an assassin. Vice President Theodore Roosevelt succeeded him.

Welcome to Sunday, Sunshine!
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MidnightSun
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Message Posted: Sep 14, 2014 1:57:49 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Finished the incredible "12 Years a Slave," a true story of one man's fight for survival and freedom. In the pre-Civil War United States, Solomon Northup (Chiwetel Ejiofor), a free black man from upstate New York, is abducted via a ruse that he has a violin gig in NY, drugged, and sold into slavery.

Facing cruelty (personified by a malevolent slave owner, portrayed by Michael Fassbender), as well as unexpected kindnesses, Solomon struggles not only to stay alive, but to retain his dignity.

In the twelfth year of his unforgettable odyssey, Solomon's chance meeting with a Canadian abolitionist (Brad Pitt) will forever alter his life. If one has no idea of what a slave went thru before the Civil War, this story must be seen. A movie everyone should see, experience, and learn. 5 of 5 stars.

"12 Years a Slave" is free at this site. A clean site w/o malware, phishing, or fraud. Some AV's give false positives. Have been using this site for 6 months.

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One raw, damp to the bone day yesterday w/the temp at 41° (5°C) at 9 AM. Changed into jeans and a thick winter long sleeve shirt before heading out at 9:30 AM. Visited the Recycling Center to dispose of my items to avoid them collecting

Drove to Whitefield, to visit my pal the meat mgr, bought nothing, stopped at that town's library to order ‘The Terrorist’s Son: A Story of Choice,’ from the NH State Library.

The high temp was 52° with a nice steady light rain arriving in the afternoon. Saw lots of hues of autumn color on the trees during my drives. Temps will see the low 40's and mid 30's (11° to 3°C) for a week. That'll boost the leaf intensity up a notch, as will the rain.

Civil twilight is 5:54 AM EDT. Night is 7:28 PM.

Sunrise: 6:24 AM. Set: 6:56 PM.

Length of day: 12h 34m. Length of visible light: 13h 33m. Tomorrow will be 3m 3s shorter.

The temp is 47° (8°C), the high is to be 56° (13°C), with partly sunny skies in the forecast.

Have a splendid day!

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TCOROLLA
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Message Posted: Sep 13, 2014 12:02:01 PM

Greetings ohyeah537.
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MidnightSun
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Message Posted: Sep 13, 2014 1:57:17 AM

Good morning!

Right after my posts yesterday morning a 2 hour nap was taken. Was seeing dbl during my rounds early in the morning and images were a bit blurry. Felt refreshed and much better after my rest.

Began to see the end of the movie that was watched 2 days ago. Then got a phone call from my bank in Boston that said my credit/debit card from them was most likely compromised as it was used recently at Home Depot.

Apparently the hack into the Home Depot stores nationwide could be the largest such theft in history. That was 9 days ago. My bank is playing catch up to 1,000's of customers. Will have a new cc # and it is being processed and sent.

Decided to go on a drive to Whitefield. Went to the store my pal is the meat mgr. He was not at work on this day noticed the meat prices are still increasing slightly. At least red grapes were on sale for $1.79. Nice and large, firm, and juicy ones.

Returned to town to get my mail, then shopped at Shaw's. Bought some bone-In country style pork spareribs for $1.98 a lb. Returned home to Separate split chicken breast from the bone and then fry some breaded chicken breast cutlets in evoo.

Had a fabulous lunch along w/a salad of leaf lettuce, baby spinach, homegrown tomatoes w/lots of veggies.

The forecast called for clear skies and 62 (17C). There was no sun and the high was 52 (11C). Almost chilly for shorts and a t-shirt. Saw fishermen on the CT River and peeps at the store in fall jackets.

Lows will be in the 60's (17C)for the next week. In between possible rain storms today and Tuesday.

Civil twilight is 5:53 AM EDT. Night is 7:29 PM.

Sunrise: 6:22 AM. Set: 7:00 PM.

Length of day: 12h 37m. Length of visible light: 13h 36m. Tomorrow will be 3m 2s shorter.

The temp is 38° (3°C), the high is to be 58° (14°C), with a 40% chance of rain.

Have a tremendous day!

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Message Posted: Sep 12, 2014 3:16:10 AM

Good morning ohyeah!!

Better get your thinking cap on for the Pgh GB Snow Contest. Yeah, yeah I know it's really early, but don't want you to be too late.

Have a great day!! :)

[Edited by: rivers at 9/12/2014 3:16:22 AM EST]
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MidnightSun
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Message Posted: Sep 12, 2014 2:54:35 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Left early to take the pleasing drive on the CT River hwy (Rt 135) that was resurfaced, then the lines painted. The river and the flat valley looked so peaceful.

Could see hues of color beginning on many trees. Night temps will drop into the 40's and high 30's (3-8°C) for the next week. That and lots of rain will allow the leaves to become brilliant in the next 2-3 weeks. Looking forward to the autumn splendor.

Bought at Big Papa's Mkt were softball size oranges 67¢ ea, largest cantaloupes ever seen $1.75, baseball size lemons 2 for $1, limes 5/$1 and baby bella 10 oz for $2.25.

Also baskets of #2 (slightly bruised) orange bell peppers 75¢ a lb, 1 lb bag of baby spinach $3, a 12 oz (2 pints) pkg of raspberries a foot long $2.50, blackberries 6 oz (1 pint) $1.67, and the largest avocados ever seen for 78¢ ea.

Visited my pal at Rite Aid and spoke about baseball. Bought lots of items at WM. Even bought coat hangers. My ongoing collection of ball game t-shirts ran out of hangers.

Saw light, steady rain, the kind that is so gentle and needed to raise the water table for the coming winter. The temp was a cool 65° (18°C). Did wash the car and allow the rain to rinse it.

Civil twilight is 5:52 AM EDT. Night is 7:31 PM.

Sunrise: 6:21 AM. Set: 7:02 PM.

Length of day: 12h 40m. Length of visible light: 13h 39m. Tomorrow will be 3m 2s shorter.

The temp is 54° (14°C), the high is to be 64° (21°C), with partly sunny skies in the forecast.

Have a delightful day!

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MidnightSun
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Message Posted: Sep 11, 2014 2:54:46 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Today is the 13th anniversary of the Sept 11, 2001 attacks on the Pentagon in Washington DC and in New York City. Thank God a group lead by Todd Beammer, crashed their passenger jet (killing all 44 people aboard including the four hijackers) in Shanksville PA. A total of 2,996 perished (2,977 victims, 19 hijackers.)

Only 14 people escaped from the impact zone of the South Tower (floors 77 to 85) after it was hit and only four people from the floors above it. Individuals escaped from as high up on the South Tower as the 84th floor after initial impact. They escaped via stairwell A. At the Pentagon, all 58 passengers, four flight attendants, and both pilots on board, as well as 125 occupants died.

Hikers in NH will fly flags on 48 4,000 foot (1,219 metres) summits on Saturday, noon to 2PM as an annual memorial. A thousand spectators will attend. A peace and reflection gathering afterwards is held. Went to the summit of Mt Liberty (4,459'/1,359m) 3 days after the attacks and raised the first flag.

Saw a fantastic movie that the review will eventually be typed. Then got into seeing Laila Ali, daughter of Muhammad, fight 5 bouts. She is 24 wins, 0 loses, w/21 knockouts. No draws or no contests when she retired in 2007. Laila is now a fashion model at age 36.

Also saw her pull thru for the win in the Ali vs Jacqui Frazier-Lyde fight in 2001. This was the First Pay Per View boxing card ever to be headlined by women.

In 2008, Jacqui Frazier-Lyde, an attorney practicing law, was elected in Philadelphia as a Municipal Court Judge. Laila Ali is the eighth of her father's nine children and his youngest daughter. Laila Ali is now a fashion model at age 36.

Mixed Martial Art (MMA) Cat Zingano (Cathilee Deborah Zingano, {née Albert}, born July 1, 1982) was seen in several MMA bouts on youtube. Cat is an American mixed martial artist who competes in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. On April 13, 2013, she became the first woman to win a UFC fight by technical knockout.

By 11 AM the temp just touched 60° (15°C) and it was time to go outdoors. Tackled the strawberry plants. Have new flowers, no further fruit in the everbearers. Picked enough blueberries for my next cereal ,watered the plants, then mowed 25% more of the lawn.

Enjoyed a healthy salad w/two homegrown tomatoes, lots of leaf lettuce and plenty of fresh veggies. It was topped with evoo and then cottage cheese. Sat in the sun enjoying the cloudless perfect summer day that reached a pleasing 72° (22°C).

Civil twilight is 5:51 AM EDT. Night is 7:33 PM.

Sunrise: 6:20 AM. Set: 7:04 PM.

Length of day: 12h 43m. Length of visible light: 13h 42m. Tomorrow will be 3m 2s shorter.

The temp is 58° (14°C), the high is to be 69° (21°C), with a 90% chance for rain. Off to the market and other stores for some light shopping.

Have a fantastic day!

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MidnightSun
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Message Posted: Sep 10, 2014 2:00:53 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Had a smashing time early in the morning playing as the Terran forces defeating the Zerg and the Protoss during a war in space. Lots of joy and fantastic entertainment in the real time strategy game Starcraft. (2:07 min)

Watched a Law and Order: SVU epi, then "Criminal Minds." Rec'd a phone call from the Oral Surgeon's Office. They acknowledged my Ins Co will pay the cost of surgery.

Still unhappy, as that office could have settled the matter early last week or even the week before and last Thursday's oral surgery appointment kept. They are the only game in the area that is less than a one hour drive. Monday, Sept 29th is the makeup surgery.

Did my laundry, then made pork chops for lunch. Enjoyed walking thru the gardens performing maintenance and dreaming of expansion next year. See that much of the daylilies, ferns, and brackens are yellow and some are brown.

The fall vivid colors will peak in the northern NH mtns in just a week or two weeks. Lots of rain and cold weather increases the intensity of the reds, oranges, and yellows. Here is the foliage tracker for each NH region.

Voted at the Town Hall yesterday. It was the NH Primary.

Civil twilight is 5:49 AM EDT. Night is 7:35 PM.

Sunrise: 6:19 AM. Set: 7:06 PM.

Length of day: 12h 46m. Length of visible light: 13h 45m. Tomorrow will be 3m 1s shorter.

The temp is 41° (5°C), the high is to be 73° (23°C), in bright sunny skies.

Have a fabulous day!

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dickc49
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Message Posted: Sep 9, 2014 11:06:20 AM

Good morning Ohyeah :: HUGS :: Well, back to the neurologist as my back is not getting better. Looks like the next step is a cortisone shot. Will find out for sure at the 1:30 appointment. Hope I can get some relief from this damned thing. Its getting to the point I cannot walk a 1/10th of a mile without significant pain. UGH.

Hope you are doing well and still enjoying the smell of new leather! Get thy self to the beach one more time. Its September, and beach days will start to go away!
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Message Posted: Sep 9, 2014 1:44:44 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Am enjoying "Law & Order: Special Victims' Unit" on Netflix. It will end its streaming availability on Oct 1. It is the last call of the month for any of the L & O Series. New shows & movies will be available.

Played a 90 minute war w/the 3 races in StarCraft. A pleasing way to spend the early morning until the 46° (8°C) temp began to rise for the day. A most pleasant 75° (24°C)in full sun with clear skies.

Rec'd a phone call from Montreal Quebec. It was Iristel Inc. They are a Canadian provider of Voice over Internet Protocol services, and is designated as a competitive local exchange carrier.

The Co was founded in 1999, and is headquartered in Markham, Ontario, Canada. Allowed the digital answering machine to answer. No message was left.

Sliced a half of chicken cutlet cut two strips of turkey bacon and built a heaping plate of veggies to make a salad. Added 3 scoops of cottage cheese on top and add evoo.

Went out and sat in the sun and luxuriate in my mostly veggie feast. Two of the smaller homegrown tomatoes were used in the salad. They taste better than any tomato ever purchased. Sweet, firm and juicy.

Read for an hour, then mowed the lawn closest to the road. Trimmed down the three gardens of various colored daylilies, watered all the plants, then did further garden maintenance.

Cut much of the 4' tall crocosmia 'Lucifer' that has gone by bnear to the ground. This will direct sunlight on the slow growing and newly planted, still low to the ground Echinacea Purpurea Magnus and the new growth of Shasta 'Alaska" daisies.

The wildflowers see 3 types of blooms on the annuals. Some of the perennials are 10" tall. All the plants are overcrowded as the seed was hand broadcast too thick, as though it was grass seed.

Civil twilight is 5:48 AM EDT. Night is 7:37 PM.

Sunrise: 6:18 AM. Set: 7:08 PM.

Length of day: 12h 49m. Length of visible light: 13h 48m. Tomorrow will be 3m 2s shorter.

The temp is 48° (9°C), the high is to be 77° (25°C), in bright sunny skies.

Walked around my property at 12:30 AM by the light of the full Super Moon. Four constellations were seen. The Moon cast long shadows of the trees. Happy harvest Moon.

Have a wonderful day!

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Message Posted: Sep 8, 2014 9:03:57 AM

Hi ohyeah!
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Message Posted: Sep 8, 2014 6:16:59 AM



On this date, in 1935, Louisiana Senator Huey P. Long, "The Kingfish," was shot and mortally wounded by Dr. Carl Austin Weiss, Jr.

Welcome to this day, Sunshine!
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MidnightSun
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Message Posted: Sep 8, 2014 3:28:27 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Enjoyed some early morning PBS shows while having a 2 berry combo w/bran flakes in 1% milk. Wasn't entirely full so two silver dollar blueberry pancakes were prepared w/real Grade A maple syrup. Delish!

Played some StarCraft: Broad War (2:08m) and thoroughly enjoyed using my "Dark Archon" from the Protoss race to permanently mind control a Terran into building an entire army and air force to be my ally and fight the Zerg. It was such a delight.

Watched some Criminal Minds epi's, then took a 2 hour nap. Have been using 1 tbsp baking soda into 8 oz of warm water after soaking my hair first, rinse it out, and use a 1 tbsp apple cider vinegar in 8 oz (dbl each mixture for long hair) for the conditioner, then rinse it out. My third week.

The hair is super clean w/o the chemical coating shampoo leaves that requires daily use. Your hair doesn't smell like vinegar. It just smells like nice, neutral, clean hair, that is soft and fluffy.

One can go several days w/o needing the baking soda shampoo, just a water rinse will clean it thoroughly. (Not w/hard water). Had my doubts until it was tried. After the 2nd use, the shampoo chemicals were washed away. My hair is silky soft and more shiny than ever.

Baking soda and vinegar. The above formula is the only correct one. Have poo pooed the naysayers. It works fabulous. My third week. Have even added a tbsp of epsom salts to the baking soda. It cleans the oil out of the pores well.

Drove to Shaw's to buy the w/e Wicked Awesome sale of asparagus, on sale for 1.88 a lb. Passed on $1,49 a lb for split chicken breasts, and the 1.999 boneless, skinless chicken breasts.

Did buy a Culinary Circle Supreme Pizza 33 oz for $3.34. What a good deal. Returned home to cook that. Then added spinach, broccoli, capicola and shredded cheese on top. Needed a break from chicken.

Went outdoors to perform garden maintenance and water the tomatoes. Picked 7 today. Had to store the min the fridge, Can not eat them fast enough. Also picked a half cup of the blueberries that ripened late on one plant. Still have at least two brekkie w/bb's remaining to be harvested on that highbush.

Listened to the football game alternating w/the baseball game. The high of the day was 72° under clear skies. Love that temp w/o the heat, high dew point, humidity, and no bugs.

Civil twilight is 5:47 AM EDT. Night is 7:39 PM.

Sunrise: 6:17 AM. Set: 7:10 PM.

Length of day: 12h 52m. Length of visible light: 13h 52m. Tomorrow will be 3m 1s shorter.

The temp is 44° (7°C), the high is to be 76° (24°C),

Have a pleasant day!

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TCOROLLA
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Message Posted: Sep 7, 2014 5:49:05 PM

Good afternoon ohyeah537.
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Message Posted: Sep 7, 2014 7:27:28 AM



On this date, in 1901, the Boxer Rebellion in China officially ended with the signing of the Peking Protocol (Peace of Beijing).

Welcome to Sunday, Sunshine!
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MidnightSun
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Message Posted: Sep 7, 2014 2:19:18 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Temps were low at 74°F (23°C) yesterday afternoon, yet the humidity was 85%, while the dew point reached the not so comfortable 70° (21°C). Could see on the radar map our 90% chance of rain and a t-storm was in mid VT on the way.

NOAA warned our area thunderstorms may produce gusty winds and heavy rainfall. Also the temps at night would drop into the 40's (8°C) with the highs all week to be near 70° (21°C).

Drove during yesterday's sticky morning to my pals meat mkt in Whitefield, NH (Lots of photos from 1999, including gas prices.) Population was 2,306 at the 2010 census. It is an area of 34.70 sq miles (89.87 km²).

Situated on the northern edge of the White Mountains, Whitefield is home to the Mount Washington Regional Airport, the White Mountains Regional High School, The Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa, the Spaulding Inn, and Kimball Hill Inn. Things to do.

Explained to my pal the hassle rec'd on Thursday at the dental office. He too had shaking head syndrome. Cooked honey wings and drumettes were on sale for $2.29 a lb. Great finger food and a snack for the way home.

Also bought assorted pork chops for a nice price of $1.29 on sale. Returned home to put the food away. Emptied the balance of the crock pot, cleaned it, and placed the contents in a 2 qt Pyrex bowl, covered and refrigerated it.

A little evoo was added in the crock pot with hand trimmed spareribs, along with carrots, green beans and red potatoes. 2 hours 30 minutes later a sliced onion and broccoli florets were added.

30 more minutes and the crock pot was turned off. Then it was placed in the fridge to cool down and refrigerate. Had a delish slice of blueberry pie for a snack.

T-storm arrivied later than expected, so all the plants were watered earlier. Rain was just .37 inches and a 1.61 inch total for Sept.

Civil twilight is 5:46 AM EDT. Night is 7:41 PM.

Sunrise: 6:15 AM. Set: 7:11 PM.

Length of day: 12h 55m. Length of visible light: 13h 55m. Tomorrow will be 3m 1s shorter.

The temp is 54° (12°C), the high is to be 70° (21°C),

Have a splendid day!

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MidnightSun
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Message Posted: Sep 6, 2014 1:45:15 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Left early to go to Big Papa's Market in Littleton. Lots of end of the summer deals.

Bought were cukes 3/$1, red grapes $2.38 a lb, Mineola oranges 3/$1, green beans $1.38 a lb, avocados 98¢ ea, gigantic green leaf lettuce heads $1.28, a 2 oz bottle of basil for $1, and baby bella mushrooms 10 oz for $2.25.

Went to WM for some bread crumbs, stuffing, lots of spices, graded parmesan cheese and all white no cholesterol egg mix.

Also went to Shaw's and bought three 14 oz frozen large uncooked shrimp pkgs on sale for $5.98, $6.99 tarragon and thyme spices at 33% off, broccoli crowns for $1.49 and split chicken breasts for $1.49. Did not have to buy 3 lbs or more.

Returned home to put the shopping items away and cook a nice piece of haddock bought the day before for $2.99 a lb. Prepared the kitchen and the ingredients to make panko bread crumb chicken cutlets. Made four, ate the smallest, and added three to the fridge.

Also made a small garden salad w/evoo, went outdoors and ate my feast in the sun. Temp was a pleasant 85° (29°C) in a moderate humidity and tolerable dew point.

The solar radiation was very strong. It felt like there was a magnifying glass on my skin. Did some deadheading, watering, and garden maintenance. Picked 6 tomatoes. Will be giving many away soon.

Civil twilight is 5:44 AM EDT. Night is 7:43 PM.

Sunrise: 6:14 AM. Set: 7:13 PM.

Length of day: 12h 59m. Length of visible light: 13h 58m. Tomorrow will be 3m 01s shorter.

The temp is 70° (21°C), the high is to be 76° (24°C), There is a 90% chance of t-storms this afternoon w/rain.

Have a delightful day!

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Message Posted: Sep 5, 2014 11:28:24 AM

Good morning Ohyeah :: HUGS :: Had to return to the eye doc as I found I could not see for crap out of the left eye with the new glasses. Turns out the left eye was given the wrong prescription. Am having a new lens made. Both the re-exam and lens are being done at no cost to me. Just as it should be! Found that the astigmatism correction in the left eye had to be made 50% stronger. Pain in the butt!
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Message Posted: Sep 5, 2014 1:25:32 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Did a great job of going to bed much later at 8:30 PM on Wednesday evening, and waking up much later, which was at 2:30 AM. Spend an hour cooking several versions of my chicken cutlets.

Nuked the cheese on top to melt it. It also cooks the center, just in case it is a bit raw. Had 1.5 5" cutlets along with red and yellow bell peppers, carrots, broccoli, and green beans.

Was stuffed like a T-Day turkey. Finished my rounds, then watched some of the original Star Trek Season I epi's and a couple of Criminal Minds episodes.

Wrote out checks for four bills and made a telephone payment. At 8 AM, two hours before surgery, was the last of any water that was allowed to drink.

Decided on a run to the P.O. to mail the bills and pick up my mail. Took a dif route home and ran into the State of NHDOT replacing culverts on the hwy. Was a 20 wait to be able to pass.

Returned home to discover that the dental surgery office phoned. Called them back 20 minutes before my neighbor was to pick me up. The office said my insurance company refuses to accept and pay the bill. The surgery cost $3,100 for the hour. Will you be paying w/a check, cash or credit card? Huh?

Phoned one lady at my Ins Co and got the run around. Walked outdoors and got a case of head shaking. Returned inside and phoned again. Spoke to another lady at my Ins Co who said what was thought. Full dental coverage.

Spoke to the Dental Surgery office and got the same mumbo jumbo as rec'd the first time. Took the Ins book of paid benefits and visited the dental office. Showed her in black and white full dental coverage.

It was after 11:30 by now. She photocopied 'my plan.' Reminded her months ago my Ins accepted the full bill. Told her that her inability to get the facts straight weeks ago just cost me a wasted day.

Choice words entered my mind. My tongue did not repeat them. Was burning angry. This is the second time at this place that oral surgery was cancelled. The first was back in July.

Receptionist said she would call me when an appointment was re-scheduled. Told her NO — will not be coming back. Even got my first headache in many years thinking of the incident.

There was a very good ending to my travels and day of senseless folly. Visited my pal the meat mgr and related my story. He too, shook his head over the two previous cancellations.

He said he had some haddock that was to expire tin a day and would sell me those 4 fish for $2.99 a lb. Thank you my friend. So now sadly, it is back to day 1, another surgeon, deep breaths, and a long wait

Yesterday was a perfect summer day with low humidity, a low dew point and 81°. Will travel to the mkt today looking for some deals.

Civil twilight is 5:43 AM EDT. Night is 8:45 PM.

Sunrise: 6:13 AM. Set: 7:15 PM.

Length of day: 13h 01m. Length of visible light: 14h 01m. Tomorrow will be 2m 59s shorter.

The temp is 62° (17°C), the high is to be 84° (29°C), in clear muggy day.

Have a delightful day!

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Message Posted: Sep 4, 2014 4:23:36 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Completely enjoyed seeing two episodes of season of "Criminal Minds" on Netflix. New subscribers get their first month for free. If the like the streaming on demand w/unlimited access, they are charged $8.99 a month.

Offered are tens of thousands of movies from the 1930'sto the present. They are not a site for the very latest movies, yet many are released in 2014. They also have sitcom's, dramas, and action TV series from the 1950's to some of this year's seasons.

Left for an 104 mile round trip to the WalMart Super Store in Woodsville. Needed to stock up on items. Stopped at the Bath, NH wooden covered bridge that was being refurbished for more than 1 year.

The bridge is 374'6" long and is made up of spans of 117'6", 66'6", 62'6", and 80'0". It has an overall width of 24'6", a roadway width of 20'6", and has a maximum vertical clearance of 11'9".

It also features an enclosed sidewalk. The bridge is posted as a one lane bridge for six tons, passenger cars only. The original Bath covered bridge was built in 1794 but was destroyed by a flood. The bridge was rebuilt and destroyed 2 more times, also by floods.

The 4th time the bridge was rebuilt, it was destroyed by fire. The current bridge that stands at the site now was built in 1832 and is open to passenger cars only.

The Bath covered bridge is completed and open to cross. This bridge now has fire and smoke detectors.

Spoke to the alarm Co tech that was programing the large control panel.Lots of LED lights, switches, and wires. Took many photos that will be shared in a special album.

Went shopping for soft foods that will be easy to chew. Have major oral surgery at 10 AM. Stopped at my neighbors to remind him about the ride we discussed a month ago. He is all set. Now need to not eat or drink anything after 4 AM, a full six hours before surgery.

Since meds will be given, there is a strong chance that no afternoon post will be completed. Perhaps just a quick update. Not even sure at this point on my rounds for Friday morning. We shall see.

The temp was 72° (22°C) , w/a low dew point of 58° (14°C) and the humidity 63%. A fabulous summer day.

Civil twilight is 5:42 AM EDT. Night is 8:47 PM.

Sunrise: 6:12 AM. Set: 7:17 PM.

Length of day: 13h 04m. Length of visible light: 14h 04m. Tomorrow will be 3m 00s shorter.

The temp is 54° (12°C), the high is to be 80° (27°C).

Have a fantastic day!

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Message Posted: Sep 3, 2014 10:49:05 AM

Good morning Ohyeah :: HUGS :: We've had some summer type weather here. Its a bit cooler today with less humidity. It will cool a lot over the weekend they say. That time of year to have the cooler stuff come in. Hope you get a beach day or two in before it gets too cold!
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Message Posted: Sep 3, 2014 1:48:24 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Enjoyed sending the multi chicken recipe to over a dozen that requested it. The 3 separate variations plus the flavor give this a near 5 star rating. Wish it could be served to all to taste and rate.

After seeing an episode of the original Star Trek (1966-1969) and one from a fabulous Criminal Minds, it was time to head outdoors. Lots of trimming flowerless leaves and dead heading to keep those in bloom.

Watered the flowers and tomatoes. Getting 4 and 5 nicely plump and well ripened tomatoes daily Have about 60 left. The tops have been cut of and all suckeres are removed.

Finished the last section of the lawn. It looks well manicured. The wildflowers have 5 different blooming flowers. Those are annuals like Johnny Jump ups, cosmos, sweet alyssum, crimson clover, and an unknown variety. Many others are still growing. The perennials should bloom next summer.

Took a ride early afternoon to cruise down US Rt 3. Wanted to see how the area trees were doing colorwise. All have a tinge on the higher elevations. None down low.

Got to take some pix of the mtns and some further calender pix of the town. It felt like the hottest day of the year.

The temp was 82° (28°C) , the dew point 70° (21°C) and the humidity 70%. Lots of t-storms were 60-80 (96 to 128 km) miles south of my area.

Civil twilight is 5:40 AM EDT. Night is 8:50 PM.

Sunrise: 6:10 AM. Set: 7:20 PM.

Length of day: 13h 07m. Length of visible light: 14h 07m. Tomorrow will be 2m 59s shorter.

The temp is 63° (17°C), the high is to be 77° (28°C). Had a good rainfall 1.69" and t-storms overnight.

Have a fabulous day!

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Message Posted: Sep 2, 2014 2:06:07 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Went to Littleton to get away from the 144th Lancaster State Fair traffic. It is the largest event in the North Country Labor Day w/e. The largest event of the year are the fireworks July 4th at the Mt Washington Grand Hotel.

Stopped in Rite as soon as they opened. My pal the mgr said after Aug 31 summer items would be 75% off list price.

Had my eye on a double awning canopy. Each side can be raised another 3' 6" to give the covered canopy 15' 4" long. On sale for a nice price of $32.50. List was $129.99 all season.

Went to WM for some fat free sliced cheese. Was disappointed it has been discontinued. Brought two 1 lb tubs of cottage cheese. $2.02 ea.

Went to Shaw's and stocked upon condensed cream of mushroom & chicken soup. 12 oz cans are on sale for 75¢ ea. Bought 10 of each to add to the 8 there are in stock.

Bought a 6 piece pkg of boneless, skinless chicken breasts for $1.99 a lb. Have been playing w/a recipe for two weeks to make the finest chicken parmesan, sauceless cutlets, or w/a creamy sauce.

Write to me and I'll send you the complete recipe for all three. Prep 25 mins. Cook 20 mins. Ready in 1 hr or less. Recipe makes 4 servings. Very easy to make. Worthy of the Bon Appétit restaurants.

Had A fantastic Labor Day of cooking, w/plenty of R&R, a temp of 81° (27°C), 70° dew point and a humidity of 71%.

Civil twilight is 5:40 AM EDT. Night is 8:50 PM.

Sunrise: 6:10 AM. Set: 7:20 PM.

Length of day: 13h 10m. Length of visible light: 14h 10m. Tomorrow will be 2m 58s shorter.

The temp is 63° (17°C), the high is to be 82° (28°C) w/a 60% chance of rain and t-storms.

Have a wonderful day!

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Message Posted: Sep 1, 2014 1:57:23 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Enjoyed a most restful Sunday. Passed on mowing the lawn for some catch up w/inside cleaning. Caught upon paperwork, relaxed and watched some TV series on Netflix. Also saw on PBS "Ask This Old House"

Then it was time to water the fruit and flowers. We had a trace of rain overnight. The walkway had the color moist with dampness and the cars had droplets on them. It rained lightly for some hours later at 2 PM.

Walked to the foot of the drive, looked and listened. Nothing but the forest tree up and down the mtn. Only the occasional rustle of leaves were heard in the 2.5 mph (4 kph) gust of wind.

Did notice the ferns and brackens of the forest on my 15 acres are getting yellow and brown. Lots of leaf tips also are turning color. Autumn arrives here in three short weeks.

This is the big w/e of the 144th Annual Lancaster State Fair. Tens of thousands each day will go to this agricultural fair to take in the harvest exhibits, tractor pulls, monster trucks, the games of the Midway, rides, and the grandstand shows.

New this year is wrestling; pro men's bouts, including women matches, and tag teams. Video clip is at the bottom of the above link. Staying home to avoid the traffic crowds, R&R, and chase rabbits out of the property.

Listened to the afternoon baseball game on the internet. Picked two red tomatoes. Then washed the cars in the 3 hours of light rain.

Civil twilight is 5:38 AM EDT. Night is 8:52 PM.

Sunrise: 6:08 AM. Set: 7:22 PM.

Length of day: 13h 13m. Length of visible light: 14h 13m. Tomorrow will be 2m 59s shorter.

The temp is 65° (18°C), the high is to be 81 (27°C) in clear skies.

Have a pleasant day!

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Message Posted: Aug 31, 2014 10:04:33 AM

Good morning Ohyeah :: HUGS :: Well, was going to be in Maine this weekend, but..... Oldest son who is the handicapped one, ended up in the hospital Friday. He developed a case of cellulitis in his right leg. He saw on of his docs who sent him to Mass General Hospital. They kept him over night to give him IV antibiotics. Could not go north with him needing stuff for the night and a ride home Saturday. Will get up another weekend. Am finding things to do at home instead.
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Message Posted: Aug 31, 2014 1:48:57 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Enjoyed another episode of "Criminal Minds." Have become a big fan quickly. Watch this show first over my other faves such as "Lost Girl," "Everyone Loves Raymond" "CSI," "Law and Order," etc. It has the impact that is enjoyed in a police themed series..

Laid down to take a nap. Don't think sleep was actually achieved. Did rest my mind and body for nearly 90 minutes. That counts for at least relaxation.

Played some hours of StarCraft: Brood War. Humanity soon becomes caught in a war between the Protoss and the Zerg, which culminates with the death of the Zerg leader, the Overmind, on the Protoss homeworld of Aiur.

StarCraft: Brood War is a real time strategy game still praised even today as one of the best games in history. L=http://us.blizzard.com/en-us/games/sc/]The original site.[/L]

Loaded up the Dart w/recyclables. Could have delayed the ride, wanted to rid the accumulating glass, tin cans, and paper products. Did not notice what the featured free item(s) were. It was at 10 AM.

Took the ride to Whitefield. Wanted to see my pal the meat mgr. He took the long w/e off. No deals again this w/e. Can see all that stores prices are inching up.

The Corp Office which is an oil Company in VT has sent all 14 stores a memo that profits are down and to raise prices. This is according to the deli mgr. Can see all the retail prices increasing. 93% lean hamburger is now $4.99 a lb.

Returned home to sit in the sun and enjoy the serenity of this area. The temp climbed to 77, a 56% humidity and a wonderful 49° (9.4°C) dew point.

Also enjoyed watching the flowers, butterflies, hummers, and the yellow jackets landing and taking off from the last cairn in my property. They remind me of the jets on a carrier going and returning from patrol.

Civil twilight is 5:37 AM EDT. Night is 8:54 PM.

Sunrise: 6:07 AM. Set: 7:24 PM.

Length of day: 13h 16m. Length of visible light: 14h 16m. Tomorrow will be 2m 56s shorter.

The temp is 62° (16°C), the high is to be 76 (24°C). Chance of T-storms, 50% chance of rain.

Have a splendid day!

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Message Posted: Aug 30, 2014 1:27:30 AM

Good morning Ohyeah!

Finished my morning rounds yesterday nice and early. That gave me the time to research more info on a new project that is being done. When the time comes to announce the results, my readers will be the first to know.

Got to nap for 90 minutes. It felt Great. Keep getting phone calls from Worldcom Multimedia. It is a 703 area code, created in 1947 in north eastern Virginia just outside of D.C. A quick check discovered the Co registered on 14-03-1995 in India.

The New Delhi based company's Corporate Identification Number (CIN) is U74899DL1995PLC066369. The registration number is 066369. The company's official address is A 42/F DDA FLATS MUNIRKA New Delhi, India 110067. It is Not opportunity calling.

In a dozen calls this summer, my answering machine never had a message from them. No need for me to ever answer my phone. Keep my phone always the ringer switched off. Do keep a police whistle at the phone to give them an earful, when in the mood.

Drove to town to get some boneless, skinless chicken breast on sale for $1.99 a lb. Also had a weeks worth of mail in my PO box. Returned home to sunny medium blue skies w/a dewpoint of 54° (12°C) and a temp of 70° (21°C). Very pleasing weather.

Wanted to make a cooked stock of a new recipe that is fun and delicious. Have made them on four occasions. Will share the recipe on Tuesday.

After lunch a chair was sat in to create some Vitamin D via the sun. It felt so pleasant with a 2.5 mph (4 kph) breeze. Took a good long look at the unfinished section of the lawn. Then turned the page of my magazine.

Civil twilight is 5:36 AM EDT. Night is 8:56 PM.

Sunrise: 6:06 AM. Set: 7:26 PM.

Length of day: 13h 19m. Length of visible light: 14h 20m. Tomorrow will be 2m 57s shorter.

The temp is 54° (12°C), the high is to be 77 (25°C) in clear skies.

Have a tremendous day!

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Message Posted: Aug 29, 2014 2:33:36 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Finished my rounds early yesterday morn. More gymnastics of Gabby Douglas was watched via youtube. Am awestruck at her exceptional ability. Then took a 90 minute nap to get some needed extra sleep.

Woke up at 5 AM after my nap so that'll tell you when it was nighty night. Watched my first "Leverage," Season 1 Episode 1. The series of 5 years 2008-2012 has the theme of a gang of grifters, hackers and thieves out to settle scores against the rich and powerful. Absolutely the first episode sparked an interest.

Left early for Littleton. So early a side trip on the Fire Road was taken. Had my camera handy and ready to shoot. Hoped to see some wildlife on miles of the remote gravel road.

Bought at the market were 3½ to 4" tomatoes 88¢ a lb, Driscoll's black & raspberries 6 oz for $1.67, Mineola oranges 3/$1, avocados 88¢ ea, giant heads of green leaf lettuce $1.18 ea, cukes 40¢ ea, large eggs $1.98, lemons up to 75¢, limes 5/$1 and 10 oz pkg of baby bella mushrooms are $2.25 ea.

Visited WM for more fat free cottage cheese 1 lb is $2.02. Stocked upon Essential condensed cream of chicken/mushroom 4/$3. Will return to Shaws to get their Wicked Awesome specials this w/e.

Have a new recipe for crispy boneless skinless chicken breasts w/panko bread crumbs cooked in evoo. Garlic added of course. Can be dry or w/added marsala or parmigiano style.

Perfecting the recipe, then will share it. Really liking the way they turn out. The juices are locked in. Wish a 100 of them could be made and shared with everyone in a giant GB bash.

Made an excellent salad w/spinach, tomatoes, yellow and red peppers, mushroom, onions, broccoli, green leaf lettuce with shaved carrots, evoo and cottage cheese on top. Nothing beats a homemade salad.

The temp saw a high of 67° (°C) in mostly blue skies w/a breeze. Went outdoors after dinner in just boots and shorts. Left the few blueberries on the last highbush. Mowed nearly ¼ more of the lawn. My hip was acting up so mowing was stopped.

Civil twilight is 5:35 AM EDT. Night is 8:58 PM.

Sunrise: 6:05 AM. Set: 7:28 PM.

Length of day: 14h 22m. Length of visible light: 15h 23m. Tomorrow will be 2m 57s shorter.

The temp is 54° (12°C), the high is to be 73 (23°C) in clear skies.

Have a delightful day!

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Message Posted: Aug 28, 2014 10:50:56 AM

Good morning Ohyeah ::HUGS:: Well, its Labor Day weekend! Where does summer go? Will be in Maine for two days with a son here to mind the house and feed the cats. Will come home on Sunday so as to miss most of the traffic. You going to get to the beach another time? Know you love it.
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Message Posted: Aug 28, 2014 12:48:33 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Watched an episode of Season I of "Criminal Minds." Really like the show and have become big fan. Read that CBS renewed the series for a tenth season which is set to premiere on October 1, 2014. Am all for another season.

Played StarCraft: Brood War and battled the Terrans,Zerg, and Protoss on land in the mtns, and in the air. Have been playing this award winning games since its release in 1998. If not played for two weeks, it is felt something special is being missed.

The StarCraft universe is set around the early 26th century. Terran exiles from Earth have colonized a distant area of the Milky Way galaxy. They agree on the United Earth Directorate (UED) — an international body governing Earth

Went outdoors to perform some garden maintenance and harvest some of the last highbush of blueberries that ripened very late. There is about 1 cup of berries remaining that needs to still ripen.

Also harvest 3 2" strawberries and saw two tomatoes turning a healthy orange. Made certain to spray four pieces of wood w/deer and rabbit repellent and added another container of scent under each plant. Too late in the season to afford to lose a harvest.

Held my head up high and began the tedious task of mowing the lawn. Began at the foot of the driveway and worked my way to the perennial gardens. Managed to finish half of the lawn until my hip cried "uncle".

Enjoyed basking in the sun studying grandmaster chess games from a mag. Like the my hip does no hurt while seated. In a week next Thursday, my oral surgery will be completed.

Will then call the orthopedic surgeon's office and get an appointment for the hip replacement. Am hoping it will be in October to get this hurtle out of the way and return to my normal life.

Civil twilight is 5:33 AM EDT. Night is 8:00PM.

Sunrise: 6:04 AM. Set: 7:29 PM.

Length of day: 14h 25m. Length of visible light: 15h 26m. Tomorrow will be 2m 55s shorter.

The temp is 64° (18°C), the high is to be 86° (30°C) in clear skies.

Off to get some deals at BiG Papa's Mkt this morning.

Have a fantastic day!

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Message Posted: Aug 27, 2014 6:07:32 PM



On this date, in 1883, a massive volcanic eruption on the island of Krakatoa blew up most of the island and resulted in tsunamis that killed over 36,000 people.

Happy Hard Drive, Sunshine!
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Message Posted: Aug 27, 2014 2:15:53 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Crock pot cooked pork sirloin cutlets and green beans for 2.5 hours. Added sliced onions, yellow peppers, and broccoli to cook al dente for the final 30-40 minutes. All came out perfect.

Really liking the first season of "Criminal Minds". Many shows were missed in this intense story of FBI profilers. The scripts are right up my alley. A suspect is found which turns out to be someone else.

Took a pleasing cruise to Littleton early this morning. Wanted to speak to the female mgr of the local convenience store w/gas pumps. She does not work mornings. Wanted to ask her lots of Q's.

Stopped in WM for a few items and get some fat free cottage cheese. Stocking the shelves was a friend know for 20 years. He is past retirement age, yet will not.

Like so many others, he feels very uncomfortable about not working and remaining home. We swapped stories for nearly 30 minutes. He is the best stocker WM has. Not a chance it will be mentioned or he will even get a warning.

Met a fellow doing 35-40 mph in the 50 mph speed zone on the CT River Hwy. He continued to step on the brake. Sure is annoying. Downshifted into 3rd and hit the pedal to the metal.

The turbo kicked in instantly. What a sound of engine and exhaust acceleration and a rush of power. In 3 seconds the car was at 85 mph. Wild, raw excitement! Hand shifted into 6th, then reset the cruise control to 55.

Returned home to make some homemade pork fried rice with lots of veggies w/evoo and thick cooked sliced mushrooms. Had some of the midnight black grapes that were on sale.

Enjoying browsing in the gardens looking at the flowers and delight in the two new wildflower section of the seen 1" wide annuals that have blossomed. Think the seed was spread way to thick, like grass seed, not flowers ever ½ inch.

Watered to fruits and flowers. Pruned the tomatoes to speed up their ripening and remove the few remain suckers. Many are now seeing orange colors and should to turn red very soon.

Harvested a cup of blueberries. That is enough for a breaky w/cereal for up to 5 meals adding other berries. Temp reached a pleasant 83° (28°C) in clear skies w/low humidity and a dew point. Spent an hour relaxing in the sun reading.

Civil twilight is 5:32 AM EDT. Night is 8:01 PM.

Sunrise: 6:03 AM. Set: 7:31 PM.

Length of day: 14h 28m. Length of visible light: 15h 29m. Tomorrow will be 2m 56s shorter.

The temp is 64° (18°C), the high is to be 80° (27°C) in clear skies.

Have a fabulous day!

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Message Posted: Aug 26, 2014 10:59:37 PM

Good evening ohyeah537.
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Message Posted: Aug 26, 2014 1:03:12 PM

Good Morning, Ohyeah! ♪ I hope all continues to go well for you, your work, and your two Daughters. Have a terrific Tuesday! {{{{Hugs}}}}

I thank God for yesterday's big news and life milestone of landing the new career as Assistant Operations Manager of Keyboard Concepts! I look forward to starting this new chapter of my life and career on Thursday, August 28, 2014! I posted a picture of me in front of my new company and the big announcement yesterday, on FB.

That means that thankfully, I will have today and tomorrow free to do tasks and errands as needed before I take on the full-time responsibilities of my brand new career. Among my plans for today include shopping for new flat dress shoes and some clothes as needed for my new career, and doing other errands and tasks as needed. Tonight I have my one and only Violin Student to teach.

Have a Wonderful Tuesday!
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Message Posted: Aug 26, 2014 12:45:11 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

The Free Gabby Douglas Story is here. On updated FF browsers a pop up window w/an ad will appear, plus a Playboy.tv ad. Using Chrome w/AdBlock plus deletes the ads. Movie is also on streaming Netflix. Or Free on putlocker.is using Chrome.

Enjoyed seeing a half dozen of the Gabby Douglas routines in the pre-Olympic's and her awesome gold medal performances in 2012 and earlier. No TV signals in the mtns will always mean a catching up with the times for me.

Then watch a nearly 20 y/a super middleweight boxing match between Roberto Duran and Vinny Pazienza I & II. Then watched Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Márquez I. Their first was a draw. There are three more matches to see on another occasion.

The low was 48° in the wee hours. It was nearly 55° when it was time to go outdoors. Wore just shorts and sneakers. Did two hours of garden maintenance.

Lots of dead flowers to trim off and leaves. Now that the sun is much lower above the treeline, want to give the newly planted perennials all the sun they can get to grow deep roots before the winter arrives.

Can see maple trees showing a hint of color. Other trees such as white and yellow birch are now showing leaves w/o chlorophyll. It the season for the change in autumn.

Vacuumed the Neon and the Dart. Used a portion of a can of foamy cleaner on the Dart's back seat. Cardboard box dust from going to the Transfer station built up on cloth.

For $4,000 more, black or white leather upholstery could have been selected. Was not at all worth the money to me. Used a light scrub brush to work the dust out of the pores and a towel to wipe up the foam. This worked well.

Watched three hummers in battle. One would fly into and bump another. Then the third would steal some nectar from the crocosmia. The winner of the first clash would attack the third. On and on the fray continued until they flew off into the forest.

Civil twilight is 5:31 AM EDT. Night is 8:08 PM.

Sunrise: 6:01 AM. Set: 7:33 PM.

Length of day: 14h 31m. Length of visible light: 15h 32m. Tomorrow will be 2m 54s shorter.

The temp is 59° (15°C), the high is to be 86° (30°C) in clear skies.

Have a wonderful day!

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Message Posted: Aug 25, 2014 2:51:09 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Had a pleasing combo of 3 fresh berries w/1% milk and wheat bran flakes for breaky at 3 AM. After my rounds had some fabulous laughs watching "Everybody Loves Raymond". Then settled down to watch "The Gabby Douglas Story" (2014) 1hr 26m PG-13.

This powerful inspirational story is the life of an 8 y/o girl that fell in love with gymnastics. A dream that got stronger with age. She saw a Chinese coach on TV, "The Coach of the Year" and wished to train in his gym 1,000 miles away, in Iowa.

Her mom got injured and could not pay the bills. Poor is only when one runs out of hope. Gabby was rich w/talent, had the desire to learn, lots of muscle strength, and gifted.

A host family from Iowa decides to take Gabby in for 2 years so she can train w/her beloved coach and his wife at their gym. The coach rebuilt her, trained her to do the impossible, so grace can join in on her skills, then propelled her to the Hall of Fame.

Along the way Gabby had several falls and lows. Sometimes the only way to get stronger is to get knocked down. Gabrielle even felt like quitting. Her mother visited her in Iowa and reminded her of the sacrifices made so she could pursue her dream.

The only thing worse than failing is quitting. She returned to the gym w/renewed determination. Her coach told her, "A champion is not made of muscle. It is made of heart."

Gabby Douglas performed w/the U.S. Women's Gymnastics team at the 2012 Summer Olympics. She won gold medals in both the individual, all-around, and team competitions in each of the four gymnast events.

Gabrielle Douglas is the first African-American gymnast in Olympic history to become the individual all-around champion, the first American gymnast to win gold in both the individual, all-around, and team competitions at the same Olympics as well as being the only American all-around champion to win multiple gold medals.

She was also a member of the gold-winning U.S. team at the 2011 World Championships. Gabby reaches for the stars. A heartwarming film for the entire family that shows adversity may be conquered. My rating is a 6 on a scale of 5.

Top 10 best of the FREE movie sites. Two are Smartphone friendly. Six are in HD.

Did return to that Shaw's store to check the cod price. It is now $5.99 a lb for this week. ; )

Civil twilight is 5:30 AM EDT. Night is 8:05 PM.

Sunrise: 6:00 AM. Set: 7:35 PM.

Length of day: 14h 34m. Length of visible light: 15h 335m. Tomorrow will be 2m 54s shorter.

The temp is 59° (15°C), the high is to be 83° (28°C) in clear skies.

Have a pleasant day!

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Message Posted: Aug 24, 2014 1:24:48 PM

Good afternoon Ohyeah ::HUGS:: Well, Thursday, my older daughter had a civil ceremony to marry her long time boyfriend. They want a big wedding still so next year we will have that with a celebration of the wedding on its first anniversary. The driver of this was the fact that he ages off his mothers very good health care and would start to pay $550.00 per month for not so good health care. My daughter has a very good policy through her work, but they have to be married for him to be on it. So, a quick civil wedding. At least I got to give away the bride! I have some pictures up on my profile page. You need to be a buddy to see them so you should be OK.

Hope you are enjoying that new car smell still! My truck still smells wonderful.
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Message Posted: Aug 24, 2014 3:17:24 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Woke up well before 1 AM yesterday and began my rounds. Sometime around 4 AM returned to sleep for 90 minutes. Felt so much better after the extra sleep.

My neighbor up the mtn has a son who visited me early in the morning. The cause being my outside hand pump failed. He turned the leather suction flap over and the Harvard pitcher pump was as good as new.

Asked him to take a look at my Neon. Connected the removed battery cable and he could not get it to turn over. Said he will ask some pro mechanics what it could be and return in a few weeks.

Drove the Dart to the Recycling Center before the glass, tin, and paper could collect in a giant pile in the house. Spoke to a few of the town residents. Featured item of the week was a brand new stainless steel saucepan.

Drove to Whitefield and was surprised to see traffic. The cause of this was a 300 person bicycle race from Twin Mtn to Littleton. Police were in Whitefield and in Littleton directing traffic. Also to prevent cyclists from being hit as they took two rights across oncoming traffic in their 20 something mile (32-48 km)race.

Visited a lady friend who has a barn sale loaded with items. Bought 2 pairs of new nylon stocking that look like they are left over from the 1950's They probably are. Two pairs for 25¢.

Plan to go to the barber shop and get a bag of hair to place in the legs and tie a knot. Nylon stocking w/a bar of soap inside is ideal for washing ones' hands that have pitch pine. The mesh really scrubs deeply.

No deals at my pal the meat mgr's supermarket today. Headed to Littleton and decided to stop at the Gold House for their major size steak bomb for $8.06 inc tax. The 12" size did not disappoint.

Then stopped at Big Papa's Marketto look for 1 PM deals before the 2 PM auction of all produce begins. He had sweet yellow bell peppers 5/$2.

Saw that Shaw's had a sale on 3 liters (101 oz's)od Bertolo's Evoo for a mere $16.99. Jumped on that and left the store to avoid temptation to buy more items on sale.

Went to Home Depot and bought 3 new ¼"wide lag bolts 1¼" long to have nice new shiny bolts to attach the pump to the top of my well.

Could use a catch container and a run off pvc pipe to send the run off water from the pump down the gentile slope off into the forest. Have a small and far too shallow dry well filled w/pea stone.

Civil twilight is 5:28 AM EDT. Night is 8:07 PM.

Sunrise: 5:59 AM. Set: 7:36 PM.

Length of day: 14h 37m. Length of visible light: 15h 38m. Tomorrow will be 2m 53s shorter.

The temp is 51° (10.5°C), the high is to be 79° (26°C), in partly cloudy skies now.

Have a splendid day!

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Message Posted: Aug 23, 2014 12:58:19 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Enjoyed a thrilling TV crime drama early in the morning yesterday. A college campus is terrorized by a serial arsonist. The profile team attempts to find the wear abouts of the next fire and who the arsonist is in the TV series "Criminal Minds."

The series follows a team of profilers from the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit. The show differs from many procedural dramas by focusing on profiling the criminal, called the unsub or "unknown subject", rather than the crime itself.

Went to bed after 8 PM the night before. Had hoped to sleep until 4 or 5 AM. Sleep until 2 AM. The cause being at 8 AM an abdominal ultrasound was to be done at the hospital.

Did not eat from 1PM the afternoon before until 9 AM. When the test was completed, hightailed it to Subway for a white egg, bacon, provolone, with all the veggies on a 6"flatbread. No jalapeno peppers or hot sauce. A coffee (or soda) included w/tax for $3.27.

Had my shopping list for Shaw 3 day w/e and new weekly sale. Purchased bone in sirloin pork chops for a great price of $1.69, midnight black grapes are $1.67, (bought red the day before for $1.50 a lb) and red peppers field grown are $1.99 a lb. High for this time of the year.

My list was written down that cod was $5.99 a lb. The seafood mgr said it was $6.99 this week. Went to the the front where the fliers are and yes, it read $5.99 a pound.

Returned to the seafood dept and asked for 9 pieces of cod w/big fat loins. When they were all wrapped after weighing (almost 8 lbs), the current flier was given to the seafood mgr.

She said we never sell it at that price. Told her unless they are purchased at $5.99 a lb she would be placed under citizen's arrest by me for theft by deception and bait and switch.

That opened her eyes, especially when she was told by me to call the police. Told her make up her mind, right here, right now. Could hear a giant sigh from her, as she changed the price of the cod sticker for $5.99 a lb totaling $46, instead of the $8.99 (or her $6.99 sale price) list price of $69.

Told her to have a nice day. Then went to the C.S. desk, asked for the store mgr, explained the sales ad reads $5.99 and the seafood sign reads $6.99. Told him that a return visit later will be done to check on the cod price. Mean it.

Went to Sullivan's greenhouse to ask about growing a herb garden. Was told that parsley, cilantro, basil, and oregano do not grow back each spring up in Zone 3. Will consider my new annual 2' x 4' section for a herb garden next spring. A six pack of each this year cost $2.

Bought two more 4" containers of echinacea for $1.25 ea. Returned home to put the food away and cooked some delicious cod. Planted the two new perennials, then relished lots of leisure in the gardens.

Civil twilight is 5:27 AM EDT. Night is 8:09 PM.

Sunrise: 5:58 AM. Set: 7:38 PM.

Length of day: 14h 40m. Length of visible light: 15h 41m. Tomorrow will be 2m 52s shorter.

The temp is 61° (16°C), the high is to be 75° (24°C), in sunny skies now.

Have a tremendous day!

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Message Posted: Aug 22, 2014 3:22:02 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Left a bit early for the market. It was a very pleasant drive on the CT River Hwy. Everything was so calm and peaceful. A light fog flowed over the river, 3 to 4' above.

With much of that road repaved it felt like cruising down the blvd. A gaggle of 2 dozen geese were laying down resting and grazing in a newly mowed hayfield. The leaders were looking around and most vigilant.

Was the first to arrive at the market. The only cars in the end of the lot were the help. The young hubby, his wife, and his dad were stocking the tables rapidly.

The 6 helpers were unloading the store's own 53' tractor trailer. This is taken to the Boston Produce Center the evening before. is open 8-8 PM Thurs thru Friday. At 2 PM on Saturday. All produce is sold in a fast paced auction.

Bought a few items including 5 bulbs of garlic for $1, navel oranges 3/$1, Driscoll's raspberries 6 oz $1.67 ea, red grapes $1.50 a lb, 2 lbs of onions, $1.38, baby bella $2.25, wax beans $1.18 a lb, Butternut (also acorn) squash 44¢ a lb and cukes up to 50¢ ea.

Went to Shaw's and bought imitation crab in over 2 lbs pkgs for $1.99 alb, Boneless ,skinless chicken breasts on sale for $1.69 a lb (not a typo). broccoli crowns, for $1.49, and cans of Essential condensed cream of soups for $75¢. Bought 10 of each kind.

Headed to Rite Aid and chatted to my pal the store mgr., swapping stories and laughs. Took NH Rt 116 that parallels the Ammonoosuc River It is a wild brook trout tributary of the CT River to Whitefield.

Bought some store made pepper and garlic sausage to freeze. Mostly for my homemade chili. A fine price of $2.99 a lb. Also bought a block of cheddar cheese, 2 lbs, for $9 on sale in the deli.

Got to take some photos for the town calendar during the triangular drive thru 4 towns. Was happy to get the herd of cows that was evasive all summer.

Saw a new sign that point down a trail that goes to a pond that intrigues me to visit real soon. Have an 8 AM appointment at Weeks Memorial Hospital in radiology for an ultrasound in my abdomen.

Civil twilight is 5:26 AM EDT. Night is 8:11 PM.

Sunrise: 5:57 AM. Set: 7:40 PM.

Length of day: 14h 43m. Length of visible light: 15h 44m. Tomorrow will be 2m 51s shorter.

The temp is 58° (14°C), the high is to be 73° (23°C) in partly cloudy skies now.

Have a delightful day!

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Message Posted: Aug 21, 2014 1:43:11 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

The ISS orbits by early tonight and tomorrow evening. 8:21 on the East Coast. Minutes later in the Midwest. See the times for all satellite orbits over North America.

Enjoyed finishing my rounds earlier than usual. Watched the new to Netflix, "Criminal Minds." Enjoyed seeing this show when it came out, until the digital signal had less wattage and could not reach the mtns.

Began watching "Patton" (171 min) w/the Great George C. Scott, also Karl Malden co-stars. Saw it many y/a, want to see this epic film again. Patton puts his foot down and expects all to act like a soldier in WWII. Including the wounded.

Went out when the sun rose above the trees. Used the scissors to trim we down all perennial leaves that are blocking the 6 new perennials. Saw the echinacea,only 4-5 inches tall, was being shaded.

Needed to cut out a direct sun to allow its roots to travel as far as possible by first frost. Have room for 2 more in a different spot. The butterflies enjoy the flowers for nectar immensely.

Have a highbush blueberry stil w/green berries. Should get another pint or more in a few weeks. Strawberries are producing more fruit, now the the canopy of grapevines have been cut and removed.

Wildflower are doing great. Tossed some rugged twisted branches from the collection gathered from the storm some days ago on top of the all the wild flowers. Do not want an animal using the soft tilled soil as comfortable bedding.

Felt ambitious and re-mowed the back of the house done a few days ago. Now all the lawn is cut to the same length. Nice to do most of this in the shade. Like the cooler temps and no rain are slowing it growth.

Poured on deep tanning oil, sat in the sun,and enjoyed the read and breeze. Nice strong uv rays. Temp reached a pleasing 77° (25°C). It is the highest temp in the past 30 days.

Civil twilight is 5:25 AM EDT. Night is 8:12 PM.

Sunrise: 5:56 AM. Set: 7:41 PM.

Length of day: 14h 45m. Length of visible light: 15h 47m. Tomorrow will be 2m 50s shorter.

The temp is 58° (14°C), the high is to be 79° (26°C) in clear skies.

Have a fantastic day!

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Message Posted: Aug 20, 2014 11:50:28 AM

Good morning Ohyeah ::HUGS:: Went to Plymouth, Ma yesterday. My back did pretty well as I had hoped. My sister and I visited with her friend who does research work on Mayflower ancestors. We looked at four lines of descendancy I was interested in. We found two did not pan out, but found two others that seem quite sound. I will apply this weekend or there abouts for formal acceptance to the society with the line that looks to be the easiest to prove. The line with my wife involved did not pan out. It appears that one of the men involved had two wives. The first born son was from the first wife, not the Mayflower wife. Right guy, wrong woman. I did have a very good time looking around the library and do wish I lived closer as it has a really great supply of books to research things in.

Got home to find my new monitor for my new PC had finally arrived. I hooked it up and could not get it to work right. Plugged it onto my old PC to test it, and it works quite fine. Looked a bit father on my new PC to discover that the video card is pegged as "having a problem" bu windows, so its driver is disabled. It WAS working just a week ago. Looking at Turtles notes and links, I suspect that the Microsoft updates may be at the root of my issue. Thanks to Turtles sharp eyes I might be able to fix it without calling people. I do remember a "double boot" the other day. Windows has a default behavior of rebooting on errors. I usually change this so that it just stops and displays the error. I have not done that with this PC yet. I am guessing the driver clashed with the update, and got disabled. Without the driver, the new monitor cannot communicate properly with the video card and negotiate the right display settings. ARRRRGGGGHHH! Something else I need to do that I should not need to do! This week is becoming a PITA!
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Message Posted: Aug 20, 2014 2:01:21 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Saw an episode of "Orange is the New Black" yesterday morning. A privileged NY'er is sent to a women's prison for a crime committed in her past. In the Emmy Award winning comedy/drama series.

Two seasons of this show are on Netflix, the producer of the series, and a 3rd season is being filmed for release next July.

Went outdoors early. Ripped or dug crab grass that was beginning to grow in my gardens. Also pulled the jewel weed that grows so rapidly.

Also cut down many sword like 2" leaves and stalks of crocosmia lucifer that the rain laid flat a few days ago. It was smuffing out the sunlight of neighboring perennials and would have killed the lawn.

Found room that was 2' x 1' for a dozen flowers. Hightailed it to Sullivan Greenhouses where two 6 pack mixed marigold were on sale at half price. Two for $2.50.

Returned home to see how root bound the marigolds were. Used the blunt blade of a scissors to twist out the tangled roots. This method worked nicely and quickly.

Have the assorted colors of the dozen in the ground. Sprayed two small blocks of wood w/deer and rabbit repellent and added two scent containers on either ends.

Moved the front half of the lawn. The amount of twigs and leaves amazed me from the rain storm a few days ago. The mower did get only half of them. Will have to pick the twigs by hand. 100's of them.

Sat in the sun, added lots of deep tanning lotion, and read a book. Could hear something in the distance thrashing around in the forest. In fact looked up several times. It was a racoon, which was promptly chased away.

Civil twilight is 5:23 AM EDT. Night is 8:14 PM.

Sunrise: 5:54 AM. Set: 7:43 PM.

Length of day: 14h 48m. Length of visible light: 15h 50m. Tomorrow will be 2m 50s shorter.

The temp is 52° (11°C), the high is to be 79° (26°C) in clear skies.

Have a fabulous day!

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Message Posted: Aug 19, 2014 4:26:49 PM

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Message Posted: Aug 19, 2014 2:51:36 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Got lots of laughs watching 2 episodes of "Everybody Loves Raymond." Need an early morning laughter to cleanse the soul and face the pleasing day of sun.

No time to even think of a nap. Had an 8:15 appointment with the Littleton Hospital Ophthalmologist. Here is a man that does it all w/one's eyes,including laser surgery. Truly my first appointment in 40 years.

Asked for rec'd a photocopy of my last visit that documents ocular migraine and copies of all the other tests performed. Have a clean bill of eye health.

Got my eyes measured and checked for roundness and depth. Sphere is equal, cylindrical is a close .25 difference and the axis is .005 dif. Have 20/40 vision and my first eye glass prescription since 1974.

Own three sets of eye glasses. Two are clear plastic, one of them is a transition lens in the sunlight. One is permanently a prescription sunglass w/UV protection. Ideal for the snow covered mtns.

Bought four cans of condensed cream of mushroom soup at WM. Their Great value brand was $1.25 ea. Passed on the 2 lb bay shrimp and the 41-50 large shrimp. Did buy another 8 lb bag of epsom salts for $5.43.

Ent next door to Shaw's and saw their Essential brand of condensed cream of mushroom soup was on sale for 75¢ a can. Bought 8 cans and two cream of chicken.

Also bought a 2 lb frozen pkg of imitation crab for $1/99 a lb. An elderly lady spoke to me on the cost of meat, poultry and seafood that has increased tremendously.

Listened to her and them told her the only way to save is stock up and freeze the on sale items. She agreed w/me completely. Returned to WM and got my money back for the cans of condensed soup. Shaw's was 40% less.

Returned home to place the items away then went outdoors. Did lots of garden maintenance in the sun. Decided all 6 of the perennials bout and transplanted were not in the direct sun they needed.

Made a paper plan to move them later in the morning. Considered mowing the lawn. My hip hurt way too much from use in the hospitals and in the stores to mow. Will mow later on.

Civil twilight is 5:22 AM EDT. Night is 8:16 PM.

Sunrise: 5:53 AM. Set: 7:45 PM.

Length of day: 14h 51m. Length of visible light: 15h 53m. Tomorrow will be 2m 49s shorter.

The temp is 48° (9°C), the high is to be 73° (23°C), w/sunny skies later.

Have a wonderful day!

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Message Posted: Aug 18, 2014 3:29:36 PM

Hi ohyeah!
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Message Posted: Aug 18, 2014 11:55:11 AM

Good morning Ohyeah ::HUGS:: Today I need to head out and pick a PT place. I also need to stop at the Credit Union and make a deposit. Tomorrow my sister and I are heading down to Plymouth to visit her friend at the Mayflower society library. We will be looking at the proofs I am bringing and seeing what/if anything else is needed as proof. I want to actually get my grandchildren enrolled as lifetime members of the society. Feel it will do them good to be part of it during their lives. Should be a VERY interesting trip! Hope to find some good tips for researching ancestors while at it too.
Looks like our weather is going to be pretty good for the trip. Temps in the mid to upper 70's and dew points behaving themselves and staying in the 50's. We have been having a cooler than normal August which does not bother me!
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Message Posted: Aug 18, 2014 2:24:27 AM

Good morning ohyeah!

Went out just before first light yesterday during the rain to cover the deer and rabbit repellent containers. Used a bullet flashlight w/9 LED's to brighten the way. These small fist size lights are as powerful as my $60 headlamp. Think mine were $4 each.

It was misting nicely.The cars were beaded with water droplets. Had a Hunts tomato paste can that was filled with 1½ inches of rain water placed on the driveway the day before.

All the plants and flowers are doing well. Picked some blue and some strawberries before any critters got 'em. The wildflowers are growing slow but sure.

Have a 30' row of various daylilies. The red and yellow ones are blooming. The orange ones have gone by for the season. Plan to add 4 more of the red variety in the spring. Also will add more low growing perennials come May.

Watched "This Old House"on PBS and then a 60 min show on Elvis when he was a boy singing Gospel Songs in in Tupelo, Mississippi. Then his family moved to Memphis.

Fascinating breakthrough from an average singer as a 10 y/o to a top teen rockabilly singer in a band during his late high school days. The rest is history.

Had a field day enjoying some war game action playing StarCraft: Brood War for a few hours. The on and off rain lasted until 1 PM. Wanted to mow the other section of the lawn. It was soaking wet.

Have a eye doc appointment first thing at 8:15. May as well have a record of a current eyeglass prescription. Mine is on file at my favorite optician in Boston. A call orders new glasses mailed within days. Want to price shop locally.

Will listen to the home team as they play Houston in Fenway Park. The afternoon became overcast. A fine day for some R & R and baseball.

munchkins_mom, If The Cape was like the past two days in the mtns, you did right waiting for the boat trip to Maine. Gosh,the rest of the week looks like a beauty.

Civil twilight is 5:21 AM EDT. Night is 8:18 PM.

Sunrise: 5:52 AM. Set: 7:46 PM.

Length of day: 14h 54m. Length of visible light: 15h 56m. Tomorrow will be 2m 47s shorter.

The temp is 57° (12°C), the high is to be 66° (19°C), w/a 50% chance of rain now w/sunny skies later.

Have an early morning eye doc appointment in Littleton.

Have a pleasant day!

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