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Rich Hall and American Indians

Discussion in 'Other Chatter' started by rik_uk3, Feb 7, 2017.

  1. boatman

    boatman Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    I know its the Devonians, to save posts.
     
  2. santaman2000

    santaman2000 M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    I think I still have a Texas passport somewhere.
     
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    Boatman, its Jam first.

    Tengu (From wiltshur...Not Cornish, but has Cornish name...)
     
  4. Toddy

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    It's butter first, then jam, then cream….then a thinly sliced fresh strawberry :D and a wee mint leaf :D

    I know, by that stage it's pudding not Afternoon Tea :D
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    What? No batter and a plunge into deep, boiling fat?
     
  6. boatman

    boatman Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    Yes Dear, absolutely
     
  7. Toddy

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    Oh no :yuck: I don't do the deep fried sweet stuff at all.

    Scones though; I think they're best with just a wee scrape of jam and a slice of good cheddar :D

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    Cheddar is ok, but of late I've become a huge fan of double gloucester.
     
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    Easters coming soon... A couple of nicely spiced toasted & buttered hot cross buns with a couple of slices of strong cheddar :p.... now were talking. ;)
     
  10. boatman

    boatman Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    Cheese, Wensleydale, with fruit cake. Introduced to this by the Good Lady Wife at a little tea shop near Aysgarth Falls, large portions. With tea, could almost have become a Yorkshireman!
     
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    We have some it similar but only at xmas... Wensleydale & cranberry cheese with home made xmas cake :p

    But it's a recipe for piling the pounds on... :eek:
     
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    It wrecks my blood glucose but the best sweet treat is hot biscuits (American Southern cathead biscuits) dripping with butter and preserved figs.
     
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    Hahahah , thread well and truly derailed 😁

    I'm going to go all Canadian on this (despite my Wiltshur status ) and admit that I'm a sucker for pancakes with maple syrup .
    I'll just about do anything for a plate of those in the morning....😁
     
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    Come on over. I'll dope those pancakes with maybe 20% buckwheat flour. Scratch flap jacks, not box mix.
    Then, I'll give you 4 choices: 100% pure Canada #1 Fancy Maple syrup, local Birch syrup, my grape syrup, wild Fireweed syrup.

    I have had the priviledge to have had Wensleydale with fruit cake. Extraordinary treat.
     
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    Hahahah, well Sir. If I could, I definitely would ... The flapjacks , the 100% pure Canadian , the lot actually... I would try it all !

    ....And then gladly do a free days work for you! ... and at the end I would mend all them gates you said you didn't want to fix anyways just to try one of those stews you mentioned a while back👍😉
    💪😁
     
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    Indeed Sir...
    😂


    🙋🙌✋
     
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    Back on topic then...

    Here's one of my favourite quotes , by one of my favourite Great Chiefs .


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    Wise words from an Indomitable spirit.
     
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    santaman2000 M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    I always liked this one: "It is better to have less thunder in the mouth and more lightning in the hand."
     
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    I always liked this one "better to leave a thread on track than let cojones take charge" enjoy the pancakes.
     

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