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About ness

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    Shawnee, KS
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    Fly fishing, fly tying, rod building, bird hunting, photography, cooking.

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  1. ness

    You Can't Make This Up!

    We’ve got them here in Kansas. This is just down the road from me about 90 Miles 😄 Feel a lot safer riding in one of these:
  2. ness

    You Can't Make This Up!

    Al’s post reminded me of another one. Some guys I work with were riding motorcycles out west around Yellowstone and a deer ran into the side of one of them. He managed to keep the bike upright, but his leg was broken.
  3. ness

    What's Cooking?

    Yeah—the wall looks better, don’t you think? 😄
  4. ness

    You Can't Make This Up!

    Sorry to hear about all that John, especially at an already stressful time. Best of luck to you. Probably better that they were in a pretty tall car with a blunt nose. A guy I work with hit a deer on I-435 and Holmes. That's our main outer loop and a major north/south artery in KCMO. In town, but with some forested area nearby. The deer jumped and his roof line sliced the deer in two, with the body going over the top and the guts coming into the vehicle between his sister and him and into the back seat. Nastiest freaking pictures I've ever seen, with blood and guts and half digested green stuff everywhere. He and his sister were lucky as heck they didn't catch that in their face; who knows what would have happened. He said the insurance company immediately totaled it because of what was inside, not so much because of the damage. The father of a grade school classmate of my daughter's was fatally injured when a deer came though the windshield not too far from where I live, on a road I travel almost every day. I not only use the high beams, but I take it slow and really scan the sides.
  5. ness

    2018 Garden Thread

    My gawd, I’ve got lettuce bolting already!
  6. ness

    Wild Strawberries.

    That’s what I was gonna say. I had them for a while in a couple places. But, if they’re growing right where the strawberries are, they might be the real deal. If the strawberries were hybrids, there might be a parent growing.
  7. ness

    What's Cooking?

    So, I took the marinade Chief posted a couple days ago, and made it the foundation of an ‘Asian’ meal. Chicken tenders marinated in soy sauce, pineapple juice, brown sugar, garlic, ginger, sesame oil and some hot sauce and cooked on the Weber. Made some rice with diced mushrooms and added some hoisin sauce and butter at the end. Also had some bok choi, hakeuri turnips and green onions from my weekly CSA pickup. Braised them in some sesame oil with sherry and a little hoisin. Spinach and bagged green salad with Good Seasons Italian dressing doctored up with some soy sauce. Really tasted good to us, which is a little bit of luck because I was mostly winging this. Although some might say the season isn’t here yet, we broke the rules and had a very nice Marlborough district Sauvignon Blanc.
  8. ness

    Bass Fly Swap 2018

    Hah! When I was done sorting and sealing the boxes there were Wooly Buggers left over. Didn’t know who got shorted— I knew it wasn’t me though.
  9. ness

    Popping the Funk #49

    Kinda like this version
  10. ness

    Popping the Funk #49

    Thanks. Devcon 30 minutes gets the nod.
  11. ness

    Popping the Funk #49

    Ding, ding, ding. Saw the Eagles at Sprint Center in late March, and they did some James Gang of course. I had that song stuck in my head for a month!
  12. ness

    Popping the Funk #49

    Nice report and pictures! Just curious...anybody (no Googling) know the name ‘Funk #49’? Good luck on the A/C!
  13. ness

    What's Cooking?

    Dutch baby with apples, butter, brown sugar and cinnamon this morning.
  14. ness

    2018 Garden Thread

    The current state of affairs: First round of lettuce is getting harvested, first round of radishes about ready, maters are setting blooms and have pretty nice, thick stems. Beans are popping up.
  15. ness

    Whatchya Drinking?

    Well, the bank examiners finished up today and I’m gonna have a couple martoonis. Liking these dilly beans!

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