Any plans for Canada Day?


petros
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What do you have up your sleeve?
 
captain morgan
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I got a bottle of rye
 
petros
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Are you heading to the pink house?

I'm going to light fireworks off in the livingroom.
 
IdRatherBeSkiing
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Sleep in.
 
petros
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In what?
 
pgs
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Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Are you heading to the pink house?

I'm going to light fireworks off in the livingroom.

Time to sink the fishing shed ?
 
taxslave
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Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

Time to sink the fishing shed ?

Submarine fishing. Cool.
 
taxslave
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I'm going to do whatever I want. Today is the end of a 16 day shift and my last official day as a worker.
 
captain morgan
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Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Are you heading to the pink house?

I'm going to light fireworks off in the livingroom.


Unfortunately, won't be up there although, with the crappy weather, it's for the best
 
Twin_Moose
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Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

I'm going to do whatever I want. Today is the end of a 16 day shift and my last official day as a worker.

Foreman or supervisor?
 
bill barilko
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First thing cycling across the city to have breakfast at
the Ukrainian Bakery up on Victoria Drive
then zooming back down through some neighbourhoods of interest, a swim and more cycling, a nap then finish off with an evening swim.

Oh Yeah smoked Coho Salmon for dinner probably something like this



 
petros
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Has anyone downloaded the "fireworks app" the Feds are offering?
 
captain morgan
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Cool
 
B00Mer
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All day long...

 
taxslave
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Eating at the Y tonight Boomer?
 
taxslave
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Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

Foreman or supervisor?

Operator, Driver depending on what was needed. I am the only operator on the site that admits to having a class 1 license. I took a break from doing paperwork and back to the fun part. Don't have to deal with the imagineers this way either.
 
petros
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Its going to be a backyard day with family honouring African Americans and their mastering of BBQ but with a Canadian slant using birch to start and finishing with Manitoba maple.

Chilean baby back ribs, brisket, pickerel and a pork roast to pull go into the smoker shortly.
 

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