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By: Ylee , 10:16 PM GMT on September 21, 2012

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Since the early 16th century, man has looked for a way to cross the Isthmus of Panama in an efficient manner, in order to shave thousands of miles off the trip between Eastern Asia and the western U.S. coast on one side, and Europe and the eastern U.S. coast on the other. To travel by boat, one had to go around South America, past Cape Horn.

A railway across the isthmus in 1855 helped a little, but a canal was deemed the best way across. Starting in 1881, the French undertook the task of digging a sea level canal. But after losing 22,000 men to disease and accidents, and running out of money due to constantly redigging the canal when heavy rains caused landslides from the mountainous terrain to fill the channel back up, the French abandoned work in 1893.

In 1903, the U.S. decided to give it a go. After failing to obtain a treaty with the Colombians(who owned the land at the time), U.S. warships blocked Colombian troop movements being dispatched to quell the Panamanian rebels who were trying to gain indepndence. Panama declared independece on November 3, 1903, and within three days, the U.S. had its' treaty!

In 1904, U.S. work began. Instead of cutting a sea level canal, a dam was built to create a large passable lake, and a series of locks were used to raise and lower the boats as needed along the passage.



The work was completed in 1914, at a cost of $375 million(in 1914 dollars). Through inproved sanitation and mosquito reduction practices, U.S. deaths occuring the project were only 5,600. 200 miilion cubic yards of earth were moved during the project. Due to the orientation of the isthmus and the direction the canal, the Atlantic side is actually west of the Pacific side.


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166. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
7:15 AM GMT on October 06, 2012
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165. RenoSoHill
4:13 AM GMT on October 06, 2012
No recipe for cooking - my mother always did a great job on it, but I have to relate this story....
When I was going to the Univ of Wyoming back in the dark ages... had a friend that lived in Laramie and had a cabin in the mountains west of there. He always shot more deer in his back yard than he could use. He asked me if I liked venison - told yes and he said he bring me a box. He did- about 100 pounds worth. Since I had a little refrig that might hold 4 ice cube trays I took it to my folks that lived 65 miles away. My mother was extremely happy to get venison since my dad could no longer hunt.
Cut to the chase...... I asked my mom a few months later how they like the meat. She said they loved it but is was all Sirloin and some of it was pretty tough. When I mention this to Tom, he said " Oh, I'm not a butcher- it just all looks like sirloin meat to me!"

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164. Ylee
1:57 AM GMT on October 06, 2012
Hi, Tony, janet, GG, Briar, Alley, and Trauma, I'll be back in a little while with the new blog! Stay tuned!
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163. traumaboyy
10:16 PM GMT on October 05, 2012
Evening Ylee!! Only 13 hours and 40 minutes to go!!
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162. Alleyoops
9:04 PM GMT on October 05, 2012
Ylee...you may want to check out this site for more cams to post...looks like it has a lot of International ports etc....worth the look.Link
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161. BriarCraft
8:03 PM GMT on October 05, 2012
OY! This has turned into the venison blog! :)

ditto

I have eaten delicious chef-prepared, farm-raised venison a few times and did enjoy it.

Now, if I could just entice some hunter to sit on my deck at 3am and take care of Jane Doe for me, I'd be a happy gardener. I know, I know. It's not legal to hunt in the middle of the night, but I won't tell and neither will my neighbors. (I have heard an occasional rifle shot at odd hours.) Lately, she's been munching raspberry and blackberry leaves. It sure would be nice not to have to contend with her and her babies marauding next year's garden.

I wonder what Ylee's got up his sleeve for his next batch of cams-around-the-world. I can hardly wait....
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160. GardenGrrl
6:36 PM GMT on October 05, 2012
Hi, now it's time to catch up on a weeks worth of blogs. Oy vey. Seems since getting home I've hit the ground running. Our new dishwasher showed up at 7am.
They called at 6:30am to say they were coming. Had to dress, make coffee and take out the old dishwasher in 30 minutes.
Took longer to install the new one. But it works and is really quiet.
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159. janetlee
1:37 PM GMT on October 05, 2012
all seems to be looking good this morning. What looks to be a big refrig going through the ditch


Max has been fixing one of the shoes on our horse. He has had a slow leak for the past few months. Wonder why it is when you buy new tires one seems to alwys find that stray nail on the road!

Looking forward to the new cams, it looks as if the puppy has shut down for the season.

..theres one on each side now...(ships in the ditch, that is)
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158. plapman
11:52 AM GMT on October 05, 2012
good morning YLee.
The weatherman was right. It snowed last night but should go away today.
Palm if all the fat is trimed from the venison before cooking I think it would be low in clorestrol. I guess because hunting season is in the fall the deer have fattened up to survive the hard food forage they have here in the winter.
The Queen used to buy farm raised bison and it was really lean. There used to be elk ranches here in Manitoba and they also produced a lean meat. I the gov allowed deer ranching they too could produce a lean product.
Ylee enjoy your shift.
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157. Ylee
11:40 AM GMT on October 05, 2012
Hi, everybody! Finally have my cams picked out, but I ran out of time before I could construct the blog! I'll get them together when I return tonight!

Everybody have a good day!
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156. sandiquiz
6:42 AM GMT on October 05, 2012
All quiet out in the blogs.... And it is a beautiful morning in peaceful Milos :-)

Hope all goes well at work today and the idiots are less in evidence!
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155. Alleyoops
5:03 AM GMT on October 05, 2012
ROFLBMO....Ylee, you never know what you will find on here. I have cooked alot of game and if done right, it won't have a gamey taste to it. With deer season shortly upon us, I thought it wise to post the proper way of preparing it so there would be no surprises when it came to serving it. This same method is appropriate for elk as well as moose so enjoy...I prefer using wine and/or beer in my marinades as not only does it help to tenderize but sure makes it taste good...

Anyway, have a great night. I am off to bed now. Catch you tomorrow.
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154. ycd0108
3:02 AM GMT on October 05, 2012
Evening Ylee:
I built a big house up coast for a guy who came up here so he would not shoot some government functionary who might quibble with his development plans south of 49.
The deal was he would feed the crew I brought. He had tried shooting the bears that tore up the fruit trees he had planted so every now and then supper was "Corned Bear". He gave up shooting the bears and on the orchard.
A good sized bear is a week's work and then some if you wish to "corn" it.
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153. Ylee
1:51 AM GMT on October 05, 2012
OY! This has turned into the venison blog! :) Tony, bug, ycd, and Alley, thanks for stopping by! I won't say never, but I'm pretty sure I'll never eat bear!

I'll do a quick flyby on the blogs, then work on the new one; I have three more cams to find before I call it done!
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152. Alleyoops
8:49 PM GMT on October 04, 2012
Cooking Venison

Venison can be a tricky meat to cook if you've never cooked it before. You cannot cook venison like you would cook beef, because venison is a leaner meat.

Venison will cook in half the time of beef and this is where some people get meat that comes out over cooked, tough, and/or chewy.

Venison has a great flavor, however it can be a bit game-y to some people. Many people will mask the game-y flavor by marinating the meat over night in one of their favorite sauces or marinades.

The main reason most people do not like venison is because they either don't know how to cook it properly, or they had it from someone who didn't know how to cook it properly. When made the right way, venison is a great meat with delicious flavor. Whether making hamburgers, tacos, stews, or roasts venison is a great lean meat that makes any meal.

Link
Broken Arrow Ranch recipes for cooking game.

Venison is naturally lean. It's low in calories, fat and cholesterol....
A 3 oz. serving of venison loin has only about 139 calories, 62 grams of cholesterol and 5 grams of fat. A comparable cut of beef has 223 calories, 77 grams of cholesterol and 13 grams of fat.

Venison Cooking Tips
When preparing venison for cooking, trim off as much fat as possible. Any visible fat should be removed since it adversely affects the flavor of the meat.
A good venison recipe should include another form of fat such as butter, cooking oil, bacon, or even beef fat to enhance the flavor.
Never salt venison before cooking. Salt inhibits browning and removes juices.
Don't over cook venison. Over cooking any lean meat leads to dryness.
Choose a method of cooking that adds moisture to the meat. Slow simmering in a sauce, frequent basting, or cooking in a crockpot will prevent venison from drying out and becoming tough or chewy.
Use moist-heat cooking such as braising, even for steaks.
When roasting, pan frying or grilling, cover the meat with foil for 5 to 10 minutes.
before serving to give the juices time to distribute evenly.

Venison Remedies
If your venison has a strong and unpleasant taste....
Soak the meat in salt, vinegar and water for several hours to help remove the gamey taste.
Use long, slow cooking methods and cook in sauces, gravies, etc.
Use seasonings, marinades and sauces.
Try combinations of thyme, parsley, garlic, onions, soup mixes, etc.
Marinades tenderize the meat and disguise the gamey flavor.

A favorite marinade I use....

1 c. beef broth (can be subsituted with a can of beer)
1 tbsp. pickling spice
1/2 tsp. celery seeds
1/2 tsp. basil
1/2 tsp. marjoram
1/2 tsp. thyme
1/2 tsp. sage
1 bay leaf
3 crushed peppercorns
3 crushed allspice
2 tbsp. lemon juice
1/4 c. vinegar

Combine ingredients. Cover meat and marinate in refrigerator for 10 to 12 hours.



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151. ycd0108
5:57 PM GMT on October 04, 2012
Seems to me I have had decent venison and moose but when the girls were young we were invited to a friend's for "Barron of Bear". The kids (and I) were a bit tentative at first but it turned out well:
My oldest, maybe 8 years at the time said:
"Daddy, why don't you shoot a bear?"
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150. palmettobug53
4:27 PM GMT on October 04, 2012
Hi, plapman.

I thought venison was supposed to be low cholesterol. Same as bison.
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149. palmettobug53
4:25 PM GMT on October 04, 2012
Hi, Ylee.

All the cams are quiet at the moment.

Alley's right; it's all in how you prepare it. I remember Dad bringing home a roast someone gave him. Mama didn't know anything about venison and thought she could just throw in in the oven like a beef roast.
It was awful!


I'm sure Dad knew and he should have told her. Maybe he did but she didn't understand or something. He's the one that taught Mama to cook in the first place. He told me after she passed that when they married, she could barely boil water. What Gramma did raising her up, I don't know. Gramma wasn't a fancy cook but she cooked. She made good biscuits.

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148. plapman
11:57 AM GMT on October 04, 2012
good morning YLee.
The Queen can roast venison and the gamy taste is almost gone. The only thing I don't like about it is how the fat adheres to my plastic teeth. it must be really loaded with cholesterol.
Have a good night.
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147. Ylee
11:36 PM GMT on October 03, 2012
Lord protect me from idiots.....

I'm out. I'll be back tomorrow night!
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146. Ylee
6:50 PM GMT on October 03, 2012
In case you're just getting used to the concept of fall, here's a little winter, courtesy of Glacier National Park!

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145. Ylee
6:49 PM GMT on October 03, 2012
Alley, I'll bet you'll have the kitties attention when you cook that fish! :)
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144. Alleyoops
6:03 PM GMT on October 03, 2012
Ylee, it's all in how you prepare venison that can get rid of the gamey taste that you most often find in it. I am sure Bug knows all the secrets to making it taste wonderful...

I had the same problem with a friend who refused to eat rabbit until she had some at my place. We never told her until a week later what we had served and let me tell you, she had second helpings she thought it was so good.

Anyway dear, glad to hear that work is not as taxing this afternoon. Gonna be cooking fish for dinner for a change as I am doing roast leg of lamb for the wknd.

Have a great afternoon.
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143. Ylee
5:30 PM GMT on October 03, 2012
Bug, if you can doctor venison to taste like beef, you're a pretty good cook! :) I don't care for deer meat in any form!

Janet, I reckon that roof belongs to a home in a subdivision in Castleton, Utah. Those things are popping up everywhere! :(

Sorry to see you lost your sun!
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142. janetlee
5:04 PM GMT on October 03, 2012
everything is looking good today,or maybe I should say the ones that we can still see. I wonder whose rooftop we see in canyon country. we are back to gray here. Max got a little bit of mowing done before the raindrops stopped him. At least some of the really high grass is done. Whats in the outback will probably have to wait til next spring it is just way too wet back there :/
catch you again later~~
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141. palmettobug53
4:46 PM GMT on October 03, 2012
Hi, ho.

Ship leaving the lock. Glad to see the Canal cam back up.

No, I didn't see the buck. There were four does that day.

I'm in the mood for a nice venison steak. I'll have to start pleading with my hunting friends again.....

Thing is, I can't tell Hubby it's venison. He says he doesn't like the taste. If I can sneak it into the house and into the oven, without him finding out what I'm doing, he thinks it's beef. If he knows it's venison, he won't eat it.

He's my guy and I love him but sometimes I wonder about the man! LOL
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140. Ylee
3:20 PM GMT on October 03, 2012
Hi, Alley! Things are passing for whatever constitutes as normal around here, lol!

Thanks for the the holiday info; a three day weekend is still good, I reckon!

Mornin', Todd!
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139. Alleyoops
3:03 PM GMT on October 03, 2012
Just read my blog and you were asking if we celebrate Columbus Day....no dear, we don't up here in Canada. We already know the Vikings were first to come to Canada after our Native Peoples then whoever managed to wander this far north. But this wknd we do celebrate our Canadian THANKSGIVING and have Monday off as well.
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138. toddluck
3:01 PM GMT on October 03, 2012
morning sir
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137. Alleyoops
2:52 PM GMT on October 03, 2012
Good morning Ylee, was here before you got to work this morning so I decided to forgo a note at that time and wait and see how the weather is turning out. Well its cloudy here again but reasonably warm with temps in the 60s. Tomorrow suppose to go up to 75F, then Friday it drops like a rock. Looks like we will be in for a chilly long wknd with temps in the 40s for nightime temps and highs in the mid to high 50s. Oh well....

Hope you have a great day and that whatever trouble you had at the beginning is now passed and the rest of the shift runs smoothly.
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136. Ylee
2:26 PM GMT on October 03, 2012
Reno, I've seen quite a few spectacular sunrises there(and sunsets, too!)! As calpoppy likes to say, it gives me "itchy feet"! :)
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135. RenoSoHill
2:10 PM GMT on October 03, 2012
Ylee, Hope you are catching the sunrise at Castleton!
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134. Ylee
1:32 PM GMT on October 03, 2012
Good morning! Is it time to go home yet? :) It's been a day already, but I'll spare you the details! Nice and sunny, though! Should make it to the 70s!

I'll do a quick catch-up on the blogs, then start scouting for the few cams I need for the next blog! I've already picked out six, so hopefully the remaining four won't be too hard to find!

Tony, you fit in just fine here; most of us are a bit off, lol!
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133. plapman
12:03 PM GMT on October 03, 2012
Good morning YLee.
Yup I guess I've always had streak of mischief in me. :) At times the Queen thinks my sense of humor is a bit off.:)
Have a good night at work.
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132. Ylee
11:53 PM GMT on October 02, 2012
Hi, Briar! Speaking of busy, I have to busy myself right out of here! Be back tomorrow! :)
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131. BriarCraft
11:21 PM GMT on October 02, 2012
The Canal cam is still doing good. At 6:00pm local time, lights are on ship and shore adding a golden glow to the overcast dusk. A container ship in the lock and another waiting in line. Busy, busy.
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130. Ylee
10:44 PM GMT on October 02, 2012
Deer have returned to the feeder cam; TroyLeslie must have that property posted "No Hunting"!

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129. Ylee
6:51 PM GMT on October 02, 2012
Alley, we're still stuck with clouds and 60F., and I doubt that it'll get any warmer!

It's supposed to be back in the 30s by this weekend!
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128. Alleyoops
6:15 PM GMT on October 02, 2012
Ylee, the canal cam is now up and running again. Nice to see the locks and the ships passing through. The pups' cam still is stuck on Sept 30th. NZ cam is showing some wet weather so I doubt there will be any fishermen out today.

Sun has finally come out and its drying nicely out. We did not seem to get much rain but it will help. Temps have reached 70F and Thurs looks to be the warmest day this week with temps reaching the low 70s, then yes, the cooling trend will hit us again. Still don't see any frost yet so I hope it holds off a bit longer. I will probably store my lawn furniture this week and finalize the preps for cold weather.

Hope ya have a great afternoon dear one.
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127. Ylee
3:45 PM GMT on October 02, 2012
Good morning! A dreary and cool start ro the day, and I have a feeling it'll stay that way for the rest of the day! Beats 100, though!

The canal cam is still down; I think it's a server issue, as all the cams in their system are also unavailable! Puppy cam is also shut down for the season, but I'll keep Lucky on the doghouse until I get the new blog up later in the week! I've been accumulating several extra cams over the past few weeks, so it should be a fairly easy blog to make this time! :)

Janet, I would have gladly traded your Pride and Prejudice for Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment! Is there anything harder than Russian literature?

Alley, looks like you have similar weather to us! It's supposed to turn cold this weekend, I think!

Hopefully the canal cam will be back soon!

bug, the farmers don't care for the rain at the moment, as it's interfering with the harvest, but a little more for the water table won't hurt!

Did you see the buck? It was there a couple of days ago!

Trauma, I had a feeling that may have been the issue; I'm sure a liner could get pretty costly, especially if you had more than an acre pond!

Enjoy your time off!

BF, I'm sure Trauma wouldn't mind the extra bunnies! At least they are albino, and won't multiply! :)

Sorry, Sandi, I wasn't here last night, I was home asleep! :)

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126. traumaboyy
11:18 AM GMT on October 02, 2012
40 minutes to go....Hope you had a good one....be back around Friday and Saturday night!
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125. Alleyoops
9:11 AM GMT on October 02, 2012
Good morning Ylee and fellow visitors. Looks like a nice start to an otherwise uneventful day. Temps are hovering around 58F and we did have a light shower. Just put food out for the crew so they will be retiring back to the garage with full tummies if it does start to really rain.

Still no canal cam. Have a feeling that they are on repair mode after the storm they had. Something to do with lightening taking them out. May be a few days before they get the grid up again.

Anyway have a great end of shift. I will drop by a bit later.
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124. sandiquiz
8:32 AM GMT on October 02, 2012
Morning!

Hope your are having a good shift!
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123. traumaboyy
3:59 AM GMT on October 02, 2012
We have water all around the property...spings and ponds....problem with digging ponds is we have a bunch of sink holes and finding a place to hold water is difficult. We have looked at putting a liner pond in....but just not worth it.

Thanks Bare but I already got bunnies, chickens, horses, dog, cats, and a miniature potbellied pig that thinks he is a horse....so don't really need any more critters at this time!!
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122. Barefootontherocks
3:14 AM GMT on October 02, 2012
Thanks for the cageful of white rabbits you left in my blog. I'm going to turn them loose so they can join the deer over at traumaboy's place.
;)
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121. palmettobug53
4:48 PM GMT on October 01, 2012
Ew... you're getting rain.
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120. palmettobug53
4:45 PM GMT on October 01, 2012
Well, rats... Where'd my post go?

No Canal cam but there's deer galore at the feeder cam. I see corn....
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119. Alleyoops
2:35 PM GMT on October 01, 2012
Just ran through the webcams and see that a couple of folks are enjoying the water in Milos before bedtime and a lady is walking her dog in the Innsbruck cam. My "canal" cam is not coming up. Been trying to get it to open most of the morning and it still is unhinged....oh well, maybe later it will work ok. Miss seeing my ships go through the locks.

Anyway time to run, hope you have a great Monday dear one.
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118. janetlee
1:07 PM GMT on October 01, 2012
Happy October to you!

you got off easy on the Pride & prejudice, we had to READ it then wirte a full book report!

Looks as if the deer in the western part of the state are taking advantage of the overcast sky and having a late breakfast.

Just a few more and you are heading home..enjoy your showeres, we are getting more also :/
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117. Ylee
11:46 AM GMT on October 01, 2012
Thank you Pros! Every extra rabbit won't hurt, lol!

Trauma, I figured everybody that has land in the Panhandle has a pond or lake or something! Know anybody with a dozer? :)

Almost time for you to go home! Me, I still have four more!

Good deal, Tony! Those medals will look fine when you are done with them!

Got us a small four pointer at the feeder cam!
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116. plapman
11:07 AM GMT on October 01, 2012
Good Evening YLee.
I checked the web and found that Kyrlon manufactuers a non yellowing acylic spray and like you said I found the product at a local hardware store. I'm ready to go.:)
Enjoy your shift.
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