Discussion in 'General Chit-Chat' started by MonteroRed, Apr 15, 2013.
Looks very nice!
It was about 240 lb, and I think I got around 80L just guesstimating based on the 32 gallon brute size.
Going to use NT50 yeast on this syrah.
A couple pictures from picking up our wonderful little goldendoodle puppy today. I right she was a little young to be leaving mommy and her litter ates, but my vet and the breeders vet both assured me that 6 weeks is okay. Anyway, time will tell.
Adorable! No sleep for you guys more than likely for a few nights.......
Crate training is the way to go for sure!
Crate all set up and ready to go. I am hoping she gets the hang of the house training quickly, but who knows.
Oh, my. Now THAT is a picture!
Just another day at work.
Looks like you shop at Home Depot. LOL!
Yep, sure do! Haha
What a good looking pup. Is she an F1 or an F2? Sadie, our F2 Goldendoodle, looks more poodle than golden retriever.
Actually she isn't either. Her mom is an English Creme golden retriever dad is an F1 Golden Doodle. They don't have a designation for that.
Given what she looks like, in person, I think she is going to be much more golden retriever, with maybe a slightly more curly coat. But who knows. I tell people she is a Golden Golden doodle.
Picture taken from our patio night before last after some clouds and rain.
WOW, that IS a beautiful picture...
Must be nice to sit on your patio with a postcard worthy background! Incredible, I'm jealous.
Wait, found whole brisket at Costco today??
They haven’t had it for months.
Of course now that snow is on the way! I am in San Antonio this week. Lots of Brisket choices of course. Costco Prime for $3.79/lb. HEB has Choice for like $2.26/lb, Prime for ~$3.79/lb and......... WAGYU for ~$5.99/lb........
U buying Mike? It was tempting but getting really cold up here..!!
I have one Costco Prime already in the Freezer at home. Might be tempted to pick up a Wagyu Brisket from HEB, freeze it and bring it back with me. Supposedly these are from Mishima Reserve if the online rumors are true. $5.99/lb
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