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    Married - 35 years and going strong
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  1. Bay Area on Fire

    Don't you dare ...... please stay here and play I'll do the dishes later
  2. Bay Area on Fire

    @cerebral ecstasy While this is true, the question was how it could go past without burning the green - not, could it turn back and get it later
  3. Waycross, Georgia, US Waycross is the county seat of, and only incorporated city in, Ware County. in the U.S. state of Georgia with a population of about 15,000. Waycross includes two historic districts (Downtown Waycross Historic District and Waycross Historic District) and several other properties that are on the National Register of Historic Places, including the U.S. Post Office and Courthouse, Lott Cemetery, the First African Baptist Church and Parsonage, and the Obediah Barber Homestead (which is seven miles south of the city) The area now known as Waycross was first settled circa 1820, locally known as "Old Nine" or "Number Nine" and then Pendleton. It was renamed Tebeauville in 1857, incorporated under that name in 1866, and designated county seat of Ware County in 1873. It was incorporated as "Way Cross" on March 3, 1874. Waycross gets its name from the city’s location at key railroad junctions; lines from six directions meet at the city. Waycross was the site of the 1948 Waycross B-29 crash, which led to the legal case United States v. Reynolds (1953), expanding the government's state secrets privilege. During the 1950s the city had a tourist gimmick: local police would stop motorists with out-of-state license plates and escort them to downtown Waycross. There they would be met by the Welcome World Committee and given overnight lodging, dinner and a trip to the Okefenokee Swamp. The tradition faded away after the interstates opened through Georgia. In the mid-1990s, the Bubba Burger, a frozen hamburger that needed no defrosting, was created in Waycross. This was the creation of Eaves Foods, Inc., a company that later changed to Bubba Foods, LLC. in 2000. Bubba Burgers are now sold nationwide as well as worldwide through the United States Military Commissary system. Pernell Roberts (1928-2010), the actor know for playing Adam Cartwright on the US Western TV series Bonanza and later the US TV Series Trapper John, M.D. (a spin-off series from the show M.A.S.H.) was born in Waycross. There is one KH in Waycross where two English Congregations meet. The Hall is located on a wide, multi-lane road that does not have an entrance to the Hall. The driveway is on a road that it at the "end" of the property with a small, two-laned road behind the Hall. Waycross is usually assigned to the same RC as the one we attend.
  4. Chili Cook-Off!

    Creamy White Chili Ingredients 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 pound skinless, boneless chicken breast halves, cut into 1/2-inch cubes 1 onion, chopped 2 cloves garlic, chopped 2 (15.5 ounce) cans great Northern beans, rinsed and drained 1 (14.5 ounce) can chicken broth 2 (4 ounce) cans chopped green chiles 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon ground cumin 1 teaspoon dried oregano 1/2 teaspoon ground white pepper 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1 cup sour cream 1/2 cup heavy whipping cream
  5. If you mix horseradish with wasabi it tastes pretty good - more hr than w
  6. Chili Cook-Off!

    Well, not all of us use the same "trappings" .... they can vary greatly depending on who is making the chilli and who is eating the chilli. Take cinnamon, for example, I do not like cinnamon in my chilli ... but, some think it is the best thing since sliced bread. I also do not like licorice, so, I do not like anise in my chilli. I have never put tortilla chips in my chili, but I would not be opposed to it. Likewise with avocado. You mean like the ones who say not to stuff a bird, even though it has been done for longer than I have been alive without making most people sick. Some even say this about low&slow BBQ. Well, those who buy into the scare miss some really good eats
  7. Umatilla, Florida, US Umatilla is a city in Lake County, Florida, United States with a population of about 2,500. Umatilla is known as the Gateway to the Ocala National Forest, located in northern Lake County. The city was named after Umatilla, Oregon. The city offers many outdoor activities such as boating, fishing, camping and hiking. Nearby Alexander Springs which features a section of the Florida Trail, an unpaved hiking trail, 1300 miles long spanning the State of Florida from North to South. Umatilla is one of those towns that, because of where it is located, unless you were going to Umatilla, you would probably never end up there - not exactly on the usual traveled routes. Of course, the same could be said of Altoona. I used to go there once a month There is no a KH in Umatilla, it is covered by the Congregations in nearby Altoona, Fl. There are two English Congregations in Altoona. Altoona KH:
  8. Chili Cook-Off!

    I have made chilli in the slow cooker it works great!
  9. I agree, it looks interesting. I will have to see how things go. Right now, my work is so slow it is almost running in reverse - makes available funds a little tight I may have to wait for it to come to TV
  10. Sorry, I can't access that link. Seems they do not allow ad blockers
  11. Hmmmmm For my FIL location, not only does it show his KH, it also shows the other nearby KH's in the area. And, since his Hall has 4 Congregations meeting init, they are also all listed in the list to the left. It just seems like they could include the Circuit # for each Congregation in this list seems like that should be in the database @Brandon I do know my Circuit Number. However, when we were first reassigned to the new Circuit, we were not told if we were A or B, since they were still revising the Circuit. In the letter for our CA, they did include that we are in the B part.
  12. This is true ... let me correct that statement ....
  13. Yes, this is a very nice interface. Funny thing is, it got my Congregation right (sometimes websites using "my location" do not since they use the location of the service provider instead of my home) here in Florida - but, it gave me a RC in Ecuador I guess because it is the closest to here still to be held. One improvement would be, since it can get the closest KH, it would be nice if it had some kind of indicator for which of the CA were for that Hall .... they are listed in calendar order for the Assembly Hall. But, if you do not know your Circuit Number (ours just changed) you may not know which assembly is yours. The one listed when I use the "All" tab is the soonest one, not the one we are assigned to.

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