re: Anyone ever smoked a tri tip? - geauxnc0308 on 7/4/14 at 11:01 am
Is this tri-tip y'all are talking about the same as tri-tip steak? I rarely find them but when I do I buy them. It's usually ~5 peices of meat and they are excellent steaks. I think it's the same cut because the package almost always has 5 peices of steak all of varying sizes, but each package usual...
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re: Recommendations for a pheasant hunt - geauxnc0308 on 4/9/14 at 9:44 am
www.ringneckhaven.com Hunted with them the past 3 or 4 years. We drive in Friday evening, do a European hunt Saturday AM, cleanup field hunt Sat PM (go get all the missed birds), a regular field hunt Sun AM, drive home that afternoon. These are mostly farm raised birds, but we typically get sever...
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re: conventional vs post tension slabs? - geauxnc0308 on 3/12/14 at 5:11 pm
I build a few homes a year, but I’m not a civil engineer. I always get a bore sample and soil analysis done. Based on that I make a decision on which to use. As one poster said [quote]“ensuring a properly compacted subgrade and avoiding expansive soils are more critical in most cases.” [/quote] Th...Jump to Post - View Topic - Replies (1)
re: Disney World advice - geauxnc0308 on 1/11/14 at 7:31 am
As far as Epcot, they use to do some kind of international flower thing during march. Park looks incredible. Plus they have lots of characters because they are trying to attract the younger families. We were able to knock out almost all the characters in one morning (because there weren't a bunch of...Jump to Post - View Topic - Replies (0)
re: Pondering Sale vs. Rental - geauxnc0308 on 8/21/13 at 6:06 am
Talk to a CPA. I think once you convert that property to a rental, you lose the ability to sell it and keep the gains tax free for reinvestment into your new property. Take the quick nickel vs. the slow dime. ...Jump to Post - View Topic - Replies (0)
re: Real estate cash flow strategy--punch holes I'm this idea - geauxnc0308 on 6/27/13 at 11:41 am
[quote]loses the home to his lender, you usually end up with a trailer sitting there for [b]months[/b] [/quote] Maybe things have changed with all the new rules, but mobile homes were once financed via personal property loans if they were on rented lots. Thus they are not foreclosed but repossessed...Jump to Post - View Topic - Replies (0)