Freddy's Saturday Morning Coffee-Whare's Freddy?

Re: Freddy's Saturday Morning Coffee-Whare's Freddy?

PostBy: Freddy On: Sat Apr 11, 2009 3:33 pm

Geepers, geepers, you leave for 8 hours to do a secret mission and the coffee room goes to the dogs. I can't speak about where I was this morning but my actions will assure we have a stable coffee supply for the rest of the year....that's about all I can say for now.

The spoons are in the coffee can that rattles. I thought everyone knew.

Devil....bring the cribbage board. We're going to need it tomorrow. :)
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Re: Freddy's Saturday Morning Coffee-Whare's Freddy?

PostBy: Rick 386 On: Sat Apr 11, 2009 4:58 pm

Freddy,

This is already on its way to you:



It can even receive messages via computer or cell phone if you stray to far (like from the computer)


We searched and searched looking for a permission slip for you to go on errands but could not find any.

So for now, you're grounded Mister !!!!! :mad3: :mad2: :hammer:


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Re: Freddy's Saturday Morning Coffee-Whare's Freddy?

PostBy: Freddy On: Sat Apr 11, 2009 5:43 pm

Rick 386 wrote:We searched and searched looking for a permission slip for you to go on errands


You didn't look on the bulletin board? There it is, right under the newspaper clipping "Tomorrow belongs to those that plan today". See? There it is, requested by me at 4:45AM, signed by me at 5:01.... it took a while to convince myself I could go.

Cell phone? I don't have one....once they get them to work right maybe I'll get one.

Heyyyy... While I was out this morning I stopped by Bob's to see how his Spring is coming along. I'd say he's got a couple more weeks to go before he has to mow the lawn.
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Re: Freddy's Saturday Morning Coffee-Whare's Freddy?

PostBy: sterling40man On: Sun Apr 12, 2009 12:57 am

Freddy wrote:Heyyyy... While I was out this morning I stopped by Bob's to see how his Spring is coming along. I'd say he's got a couple more weeks to go before he has to mow the lawn.


I checked how deep the snow was on my lawn behind the house this afternoon. Still about 10" left. :mad: It finally got back to the mid 40's during the day and the low 20's at night. 23* as I type this post. I'm working the graveyard shift this week. :sick:

Went to my cousins maple sugar camp on Thursday. He's got quite an operation. 47,000 trees tapped! He had about 260 barrels (30 gallon) of maple syrup produced. The price per barrel is about $1,800 canadian. He should produce about 400 barrels by the end of the season. CHA-CHING!! I forgot the video camera. :doh: I'll bring it next time and try to upload a video of it on the forum. You guys would FREEK!
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Re: Freddy's Saturday Morning Coffee-Whare's Freddy?

PostBy: rockwood On: Sun Apr 12, 2009 1:28 am

sterling_40man wrote:
Freddy wrote: He's got quite an operation. 47,000 trees tapped!

Geez I guess :shock:
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Re: Freddy's Saturday Morning Coffee-Whare's Freddy?

PostBy: ceccil On: Sun Apr 12, 2009 6:06 am

There's a couple that have a similar operation just over the border in Gillett, Pa. not to the same scale by any means, but it's still quite a sight. There are lines running all over the place through the woods. Sometime I will have to stop down and pick up a jug to try. All I've ever had was store bought.

Jeff
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Re: Freddy's Saturday Morning Coffee-Whare's Freddy?

PostBy: sterling40man On: Sun Apr 12, 2009 6:54 am

ceccil wrote:Sometime I will have to stop down and pick up a jug to try. All I've ever had was store bought.

Jeff


It tastes different than, let's say, "Log Cabin" syrup. I'm not a big fan of it, but the wife loves it.
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Re: Freddy's Saturday Morning Coffee-Whare's Freddy?

PostBy: KLook On: Sun Apr 12, 2009 10:12 am

Some do not like the real stuff. Probably because they never had it as a kid. Most of our snow is gone out in the open here sterling-40 but it is still in the woods. The lakes are turning black and getting ready to open up. Still a ways to go.

Kevin
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Re: Freddy's Saturday Morning Coffee-Whare's Freddy?

PostBy: ceccil On: Sun Apr 12, 2009 4:28 pm

Thanks for the heads up. I'll just get a small container to try.

Jeff
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