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re: Has anyone built a brick outdoor pizza oven? - TigerTaco
Sounds like a white oven. [img]https://community.fornobravo.com/filedata/fetch?photoid=267860[/img]...
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re: Has anyone built a brick outdoor pizza oven? - TigerTaco
By the way, what construction plans are you considering?...
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re: Baseball card spinoff: your most valuable item you own (collectible,... - TigerTaco
I've got a pretty good collection of old woodworking hand tools and a few older machine tools. The oldest being a 1927 Southbend metal lathe I restored. I've been picking up a few manual focus camera lenses. Nothing really expensive though. What's your best lens find? I bought an Olympus 50/1.4 len...
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re: Has anyone built a brick outdoor pizza oven? - TigerTaco
If you think you will use it, it's great. A 30lbs. pig will just fit in a 42" oven. I wouldn't go smaller....
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re: Tell me about Acadia National Park - TigerTaco
Not much help as I went to Acadia 15 to 20 years ago. We flew into Portland and stayed a few nights in Bar Harbor at a hotel in walking distance of the marina/downtown area. Highlight of the area was sea kayaking around the islands outside of Bar Harbor. We took a guided trip from one of the outf...
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re: Has anyone built a brick outdoor pizza oven? - TigerTaco
Here's a pic of cooking steaks. [img]http://i.imgur.com/FVywaio.jpg?1[/img]...
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re: Chicken from Ideal Market - TigerTaco
I bought beef Milanesa from the butcher section on Saturday. Made Milanesa tortas. Came out great. When it first opened, I bought octopus for ceviche. That wasn't bad either. I should go there more often, but usually not on that side of town. The produce selection isn't bad either....
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re: Has anyone built a brick outdoor pizza oven? - TigerTaco
I built a 42" diameter Pompeii oven using the Forno Bravo online plans. Took me about 6 months. If I knew anything about laying bricks, I could have built it a lot faster. I used the home mix high heat mortar mentioned in this thread. I don't think you can use that mix as a castable as I believe it ...
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re: Small trip to Seattle - TigerTaco
Here are a few pics. Taken from ferry leaving Anacortes to Friday Harbor [img][url=http://imgur.com/Eg0xOdY][img]http://i.imgur.com/Eg0xOdY.jpg[/img][/url][/img] Lime Kiln lighthouse on San Juan Island [img][url=http://imgur.com/uLT87A7][img]http://i.imgur.com/uLT87A7.jpg[/img][/url][/im...
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re: Small trip to Seattle - TigerTaco
[quote]How was your trip. Any good pics? What were the highlights?[/quote] We had a good time. Flew into Seattle around noon and drove to Anacortes to catch ferry to Friday Harbor. On San Juan Island,we rented a condo at Roche Harbor. Stayed there 2 nights and took ferry from Friday Harbor to Syd...
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re: Small trip to Seattle - TigerTaco
Just went to Olympic NP. If you want to go to the beaches or Hoh Rainforest, you should stay at least one night in the Forks area. The drive is too far from Port Angeles. Hurricane Ridge is close to Port Angeles. As an alternative to Olympic, consider the San Juan islands via the ferry out of Anacor...
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re: The Great Flood of 2016: Fill Out Disaster Forms NOW. Link Inside! - TigerTaco
[quote] Is there anyone that lives in this area that can tell us what the water is doing? [/quote] Rode my bike to Old Perkins and Bayou Manchac. The water has gone up about 4" in the last 3 hours. ...
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re: Squirrel - 1 | Bull Snake - 0 - TigerTaco
[quote]Mike Tyson of squirrels[/quote] Nah, the Rikki-Tikki-Tavi of squirrels. ...
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re: What animal made these tracks found in St. Francisville? - TigerTaco
Looks like dog is the consensus, but the tracks seemed bigger than that to me. ...
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re: What animal made these tracks found in St. Francisville? - TigerTaco
[quote]Find some poop close by and crumble it in your fingers then smell it. My uncle always does that and somehow it tells him what animal it was.[/quote] Hmm, just might work. ...
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re: What animal made these tracks found in St. Francisville? - TigerTaco
[quote]Canine[/quote] Nah. Way too big....
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What animal made these tracks found in St. Francisville? - TigerTaco
We went hiking in St. Francisville yesterday and I noticed these tracks in a dry creek bed. They were about 4-5" long. I guessed bear, but the pics I see online show a five toe print for a bear. I guess there could be five toes, but the sand didn't leave the cleanest print. [img]http://i.imgur...
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re: The Herpetology Photo Thread (Reptiles & Amphibians) - TigerTaco
Here are two photos from the weekend. [img]http://i.imgur.com/8YOH03J.jpg[/img] Internet search points to this being a banded water snake. [img]http://i.imgur.com/6yKttOP.jpg[/img] I couldn't identify this frog with an internet search. Any idea? ...
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re: 10 days in Swizterland/ Italy - TigerTaco
Only thing I can add in Interlaken is renting a mountain bike for the day. My wife and I did that for a day and covered a lot of ground on the roads and the trails around the town. We hung out at the park near the golf course and watched the paragliders land and rode out to a restaurant on the lak...
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re: Best camera backpack holder for hiking - TigerTaco
I have a Mountainsmith [link=(http://mountainsmith.com/products/all-lumbar-packs/day.html)]lumbar day pack[/link] with the optional shoulder straps. I think it is a lot cooler than a backpack when it's hot. I carried it for two weeks on a trip to Europe. I was able to fit a Mefoto backpacker trip...
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