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Old 10-05-2018, 11:24 AM   #46341
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Chalako, in this context "hit all the stops" means he stopped dancing on the final beat of the drum. Unless Gilisi's son has taken up playing the organ. Oh, wait that is pulling out all the stops.

Fatman's Jerky in Rosewell, NM has a green chile jerky that is too die for. Back in my spider-wrestling days, I used to take it and a couple potatoes when I camped. It made a pretty good green chile, beef and potato soup.

(Spider wrestling - I once had a really ill behaved, half assembled dome tent take flight in high wind in a campground in Bluewater State Park. Catching it was like wrestling a spider.)
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Learning to drive, hitting stop signs. I told him if he hit them all I would give him a lollypop.
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Fatman's Jerky in Rosewell, NM has a green chile jerky that is too die for. Back in my spider-wrestling days, I used to take it and a couple potatoes when I camped. It made a pretty good green chile, beef and potato soup.

(Spider wrestling - I once had a really ill behaved, half assembled dome tent take flight in high wind in a campground in Bluewater State Park. Catching it was like wrestling a spider.)
A couple weeks ago my friend pulled a pound of roasted hatch peppers out of his freezer and gave them to me. We finished them in 2 days!
And apparently hedgewood 'Osage' grows in Cali! He showed me were he had seen some growing about a 40 minute drive from my house!
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That soup sounds awesome by the way....
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A couple weeks ago my friend pulled a pound of roasted hatch peppers out of his freezer and gave them to me. We finished them in 2 days!
Yummy. I buy frozen Bueno green chopped roasted chiles in my market.

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And apparently hedgewood 'Osage' grows in Cali! He showed me were he had seen some growing about a 40 minute drive from my house!
Hedgewood Osage is this Osage orange? If so, you gonna make some bows? That stuff is wicked hard. Dulls your tools really fast. My friend turned some once to make a dance staff. It was a tool sharpening festival. It was pretty when he got done, yellow with a orange/brown grain.

The saw dust makes a pretty yellow - orange dye. Used some on some quills way back -- can't remember what color I got tho'. Iron mordant will turn it yellow green. One year some folks at Arrowmont were doing a natural dye class across the hall from the jewelry studio; one lady had 3-4 colors of yard goods from Osage orange, just changing her mordant and pretreatment.
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Yummy. I buy frozen Bueno green chopped roasted chiles in my market.



Hedgewood Osage is this Osage orange? If so, you gonna make some bows? That stuff is wicked hard. Dulls your tools really fast. My friend turned some once to make a dance staff. It was a tool sharpening festival. It was pretty when he got done, yellow with a orange/brown grain.

The saw dust makes a pretty yellow - orange dye. Used some on some quills way back -- can't remember what color I got tho'. Iron mordant will turn it yellow green. One year some folks at Arrowmont were doing a natural dye class across the hall from the jewelry studio; one lady had 3-4 colors of yard goods from Osage orange, just changing her mordant and pretreatment.
Yup, same stuff! Yeah Im going to make some bows. There is a spot Im going to take my boys there on the river, It's a small Island in the middle, where we will intentionally cut some trees in order to prompt new straight growth. The dye is interesting... it would be cool to learn how that's done.. It makes sense that they use hedgewood sawdust, its so bright yellow/orange when it's cut.
The best piece I was able to find on my trip was a huge branch that was overloaded with its end dipping into the river. Should be able to get 2 bows out of that one. Cut another younger piece that will make a good horsebow. I use a big steel drawknife to shave down to one growth ring, and yes it does dull pretty quick.

Its fuuny... we had some work done by a reputable NDN about 3 hours away from us, for my 10 yr olds rig. He said he was going to text me the details once he shipped it. Well, he forgot and so I lit into him via text. Of course the package came in the mail that day LMAO.

I cut my staves, put some polyurethane on the ends so they don't split, and let them dry out for a year or so.
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In another thread, JD mentioned he had some NDN tacos over the weekend. He didn't happen to drop any off in here did he? I could go for one or two.

Could have had some rattlesnake, but it was dark and late when hubby killed it, and he just left it laying until this morning. I fell asleep watching baseball and missed everything. He went into the kitchen to get something to eat and said he heard it rattling from there. He flipped on the back porch light and saw the snake coiled up having a staring contest with the cat who was farther out on the walk. He got the gun and shot the snake. Normally the dog goes nutso when he hears a gun shot, but he didn't last night. Guess he was sleeping as soundly as I was. It was a decent sized rattler-over 5 feet long. It's that time of year when they are on the move. Gives me the heebeejeebies (spellcheck loved that word) to think that maybe that snake was considering spending the winter under the house.
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In another thread, JD mentioned he had some NDN tacos over the weekend. He didn't happen to drop any off in here did he? I could go for one or two.

Could have had some rattlesnake, but it was dark and late when hubby killed it, and he just left it laying until this morning. I fell asleep watching baseball and missed everything. He went into the kitchen to get something to eat and said he heard it rattling from there. He flipped on the back porch light and saw the snake coiled up having a staring contest with the cat who was farther out on the walk. He got the gun and shot the snake. Normally the dog goes nutso when he hears a gun shot, but he didn't last night. Guess he was sleeping as soundly as I was. It was a decent sized rattler-over 5 feet long. It's that time of year when they are on the move. Gives me the heebeejeebies (spellcheck loved that word) to think that maybe that snake was considering spending the winter under the house.
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In another thread, JD mentioned he had some NDN tacos over the weekend. He didn't happen to drop any off in here did he? I could go for one or two.

Could have had some rattlesnake, but it was dark and late when hubby killed it, and he just left it laying until this morning. I fell asleep watching baseball and missed everything. He went into the kitchen to get something to eat and said he heard it rattling from there. He flipped on the back porch light and saw the snake coiled up having a staring contest with the cat who was farther out on the walk. He got the gun and shot the snake. Normally the dog goes nutso when he hears a gun shot, but he didn't last night. Guess he was sleeping as soundly as I was. It was a decent sized rattler-over 5 feet long. It's that time of year when they are on the move. Gives me the heebeejeebies (spellcheck loved that word) to think that maybe that snake was considering spending the winter under the house.
Be carefull with these scary animals.I heard when you see one there are more around.
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The osage orange dye is pretty easy. Soak the chips or sawdust in warm water for a few days. It is easier if you put the sawdust in a cheesecloth bag. If your water is hard or has iron in it, use bottled distilled water for everything but the final rinsing.

To dye: Screen out the wood. Heat the liquor to just below boiling in a stainless steel pot. (I really recommend a hotplate outside -- not your kitchen stove.)

Soak your yarn or cloth in warm water before immersing in the dye bath. For a more golden color pre-mordant using alum 1 Tbsp + 1 tsp per 100g of yarn, fiber or fabric. Dissolve the alum in a few cups of boiling water. Add that solution to enough water to cover the yarn, etc. Heat the solution to near boiling, turn off the heat, cool slightly, add fibers and then them soak until solution is cool.

Add the wet yarn, etc to the dye pot. Let it soak in the solution until almost the desired shade, then turn off the heat. Cool to room temperature. Remove the yarn and rinse in cold warm until the rinse runs clear. Wash in a gentle -- oxidizer free -- detergent.

Wool, silk and cotton will all react differently. Expect surprises. Natural dyes are that way. That's why aniline dyes were such a hot trade commodity.
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The osage orange dyes is pretty easy. Soak the chips or sawdust in warm water for a few days. It is easier if you put the sawdust in a cheesecloth bag. If your water is hard or has iron in it, used bottled distilled water for everything but the final rinsing.

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Add the wet yarn, etc to the dye pot. Let it soak in the solution until almost the desired shade, then turn off the heat. Cool to room temperature. Remove the yarn and rinse in cold warm until the rinse runs clear. Wash in a gentle -- oxidizer free -- detergent.

Wool, silk and cotton will all react differently. Expect surprises. Natural dyes are that way. That's why aniline dyes were such a hot trade commodity.
My wife and I both enjoyed your post! Thank you OLC. Now we are daydreaming of having the time for such pursuits LOL
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In another thread, JD mentioned he had some NDN tacos over the weekend. He didn't happen to drop any off in here did he? I could go for one or two.

Could have had some rattlesnake, but it was dark and late when hubby killed it, and he just left it laying until this morning. I fell asleep watching baseball and missed everything. He went into the kitchen to get something to eat and said he heard it rattling from there. He flipped on the back porch light and saw the snake coiled up having a staring contest with the cat who was farther out on the walk. He got the gun and shot the snake. Normally the dog goes nutso when he hears a gun shot, but he didn't last night. Guess he was sleeping as soundly as I was. It was a decent sized rattler-over 5 feet long. It's that time of year when they are on the move. Gives me the heebeejeebies (spellcheck loved that word) to think that maybe that snake was considering spending the winter under the house.
Yeah my friend from work showed me pics of a 6 footer that her man killed with a flat head shovel.... When I told her the meat can go for 20 bucks a pound or more her jaw dropped.
There are a lot out here in the hills hanging out in the dry grass. You can see them as road kill out on interstate 5 a lot.

I miss baseball... I just refuse to pay for cable to watch it.
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A quick dinner please.

On Saturday I got tapped to do part of the lapidary club annual safety training. We haven't had one since I joined in 2014; I guess we're overdue. Last night was when I finally found who else was presenting and what they are covering -- field trips. I spent lunch and my break cramming more slides into my torch safety training.

I still don't have anything on the power tools. We got a few machines that can tear off or lop off your fingers. I hope I can get the guy who fixes the big saws to stand up and say a few words. He's the expert.
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Be carefull with these scary animals.I heard when you see one there are more around.
We live in the woods, so seeing them is not unusual for us this time of year. They are on the move because they know colder weather is coming. It's highly unusual to see one in a staring contest with the cat, though.
This one could have also been moving because he felt the barometer dropping to to Hurricane Michael approaching. We aren't in the way of the hurricane but are under a tropical storm warning for the next couple of days. That's not a big deal.

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We live in the woods, so seeing them is not unusual for us this time of year. They are on the move because they know colder weather is coming. It's highly unusual to see one in a staring contest with the cat, though.
This one could have also been moving because he felt the barometer dropping to to Hurricane Michael approaching. We aren't in the way of the hurricane but are under a tropical storm warning for the next couple of days. That's not a big deal.

@gilisi If I had to do without baseball, I would cry. I am seriously addicted to the game-especially the Atlanta Braves.
Watch out for falling trees.I hope you don't have to leave your house like in Florida.
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No evacuation this time. I can't believe how hard parts of Florida got hit. We used to go to The Forgotten Coast when I was a kid, and I went a few weekends when I was old enough to drive myself. Little fishing villages that are no more. We are still under a tropical storm warning. Had a couple of tornado warnings today when some water spouts decided to come ashore. Right now is the height of our "storm" and the wind probably isn't much over 40 m.p.h.
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No evacuation this time. I can't believe how hard parts of Florida got hit. We used to go to The Forgotten Coast when I was a kid, and I went a few weekends when I was old enough to drive myself. Little fishing villages that are no more. We are still under a tropical storm warning. Had a couple of tornado warnings today when some water spouts decided to come ashore. Right now is the height of our "storm" and the wind probably isn't much over 40 m.p.h.
Yeah, i saw images on the local news here.They said the storm reached Georgia but lost most of his strenght.I'm gladd you guys are oke.
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