Friday, October 16, 2020

The 'Hot Granny' News...

 

Not much going on around here accept chores, and catching up on reading. 


Been keeping up with my kids and the grands via text.  This week I got copies of the ultrasound from granddaughter Ali.  Great Grand baby, Zoey is doing fine.

 



Farmer grandson Colt let me know how harvest was going: 

"almonds are all done, and just finished rice today, and started walnuts today. We are getting closer..."  He's a hard working farmer and much loved by everyone that knows him.

Granddaughter Jacey said I would love her new hobby as a "plant mom", and I do!  She has turned her bedroom window into a house plant farm.  Going strong with seven new starts since the last time I saw her garden. 

Sent my weekly text to check on Sean and his crew, and didn't hear back, as I usually do. Waited a few days, sent him a ? emoji, and immediately got this response:  "Oh shit. Hi momma. Everything good here. Love ya."  

LOL, they all know it isn't going to go over well if they don't check in!

The rest of my crew is fine.  Will get to see some of them when I go down next month for The baby shower.  So looking forward to that trip.

 

I'm feeling good, have a fair size piece of skin missing on my leg from tangling with a piece of metal on the last fishing trip. Frustrating that it is in an area where my cowboy boot touches my leg. Been going the Medihoney dressing route and it is slowly healing up. What's another scar at this point, besides I boated the salmon.

My 'latest' favorite burger thanks to Black Hills Burger & Bun's of Custer, SD is the Harvest Burger.


Yummy...  Got a tad carried away, will scale down the bun in future builds... 


Going to try to replicate their "Hot Granny" next as my SIL raved about it when they ate there.

The "Hot Granny" is Beef, Bacon, cream cheese, fresh jalapenos, and sweet-spicy jalapeno sauce. 

 


20 comments:

  1. That burger looks incredible!

    Most of the crops here are in, and where there was 8' tall corn a month ago, there's just stubble (and deer!) in the fields now.

    Been too busy tracking the big fire here, and praying for rain/snow, to really be on top of watching the farmers reap their bounty.

    I should have watched my Mom much more carefully when she was canning things. If I could do that, we'd have great veggies all winter!

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    1. The burger was pretty darn tasty!
      We have had cool temps and rain here, so the fire danger is less. N Cal is still having high temps and fire danger.
      Gave my canning supplies to a friend when I moved North. Now I seal a meal most of the bounty.

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  2. 100% of Colorado is in a drought. My rancher friends are deeply culling their herds to prepare for winter. Being ranchers, they don't complain but I can see the hurt in their faces when the bull haulers pull away.

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    1. Several ranchers I know have lost herds to the fires.
      We cannot afford to let the enviros continue to mismanage the land, via lawsuits or any other means.

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  3. Glad your doing good.
    Shorter boots kid, what diditellya;)

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  4. Great to get the details of your busy life but sorry about the wound. Enjoy the shower and visit down to NorCal. We are still on Red Flag warning in Fremont and really tired of this nervewracking living. Oh yes, I am getting a puppy in mid-November to celebrate my turning 70.

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    1. Everyone is tired of this goat rope.
      Exciting to hear you are getting a pup. What breed?

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    2. Portuguese Water dog!

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  5. All great news about family! You all be safe and God bless. 🙂

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    1. Prayers up for you & the family Linda. You have been through a long rough patch.

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    1. So sorry to hear of the passing of your long time friend.

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  7. That sandwich makes me hungry...

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  8. Glad to hear all is reasonably well! Heal up and get back in your boots!

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    1. LOL, 'reasonably' being the key word.
      Healing does not come as fast as it did when I was younger, but I'll get there.

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  9. Yum! What a delicious burger!

    And jealous of the salmon. Heal up.

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