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Old 10-10-2005, 04:58 PM   #1
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Oyster Season!!!

The oyster season has started in Virginia and begins at sunrise on
Saturday 10/15 in North Carolina.
I've put away all my bbq stuff (except Smokey Joe) and will head out to
DelMarVa and the eastern shore of VA tomorrow, working my way south
to Pamlico Sound NC.
This research project will take about 5 weeks and involves gathering
eastern oysters, hard clams, other mollusks, crabs, creatures, puffers,
other fin-fish and fixing/eating them in every way I can possibly think of.
When I crave bbq, pizza or steak, the project will be completed and
I'll go home!

Here's a pic of about 2 1/2hrs work from last year
10-20-04 oysters & clams..

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Old 10-10-2005, 05:04 PM   #2
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The oyster season has started in Virginia and begins at sunrise on
Saturday 10/15 in North Carolina.
I've put away all my bbq stuff (except Smokey Joe) and will head out to
DelMarVa and the eastern shore of VA tomorrow, working my way south
to Pamlico Sound NC.
This research project will take about 5 weeks and involves gathering
eastern oysters, hard clams, other mollusks, crabs, creatures, puffers,
other fin-fish and fixing/eating them in every way I can possibly think of.
When I crave bbq, pizza or steak, the project will be completed and
I'll go home!

Here's a pic of about 2 1/2hrs work from last year
10-20-04 oysters & clams..

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Old 10-10-2005, 06:42 PM   #3
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Boy Bill, this is the second post of yours I've read in the past 5 minutes where you are trying to get out of the house! Is it time to strip and wax the floors?
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Boy Bill, this is the second post of yours I've read in the past 5 minutes where you are trying to get out of the house! Is it time to strip and wax the floors?
Nick, your post percentage is right up there with Woodman's as far as worthless posts go :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:
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Boy Bill, this is the second post of yours I've read in the past 5 minutes where you are trying to get out of the house! Is it time to strip and wax the floors?
:lmao: :lcry: :lmao: :lcry: :lmao: :lcry:
Nick, your post percentage is right up there with Woodman's as far as worthless posts go :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:[/quote:7qzah3e3] :loony: :loony: :loony: :loony:
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Boy Bill, this is the second post of yours I've read in the past 5 minutes where you are trying to get out of the house! Is it time to strip and wax the floors?
NICK,..... MY MAN, there's a shot he never saw coming.
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Man oh man ... crap em open with a dash o hot sauce ... Sllllllluuuuuuuuuuuuuuurrrrrrrrrrrp !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I wont eat oysters but sure love it when the wife does. Now, everything else on the menu sounds great.

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The oyster season has started in Virginia and begins at sunrise on
Saturday 10/15 in North Carolina.
I've put away all my bbq stuff (except Smokey Joe) and will head out to
DelMarVa and the eastern shore of VA tomorrow, working my way south
to Pamlico Sound NC.
This research project will take about 5 weeks and involves gathering
eastern oysters, hard clams, other mollusks, crabs, creatures, puffers,
other fin-fish and fixing/eating them in every way I can possibly think of.
When I crave bbq, pizza or steak, the project will be completed and
I'll go home!
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We're not going to have to move this to the Blue Room are we?
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Alright now.....which of you guys eat grits but won't eat oysters???? At least the oyster have some flavor!
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I'll take that. Me. Oysters slide past my taste buds before anything registers. I'm on a diet, though. I can only eat a grit.

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Ya have to slow down with them son! Enjoy the taste!
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I'll take that. Me. Oysters slide past my taste buds before anything registers. I'm on a diet, though. I can only eat a grit.

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Ya have to slow down with them son! Enjoy the taste!
Like swolling snot.
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One time Big GQue spit one past my head about 80 miles an hour. We were outside thank goodness. I looked at him and he said.."sorry man, I thought about what I was eating." That was 15 years ago. Now he eats raw octopus.
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I'll take that. Me. Oysters slide past my taste buds before anything registers. I'm on a diet, though. I can only eat a grit.

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Ya have to slow down with them son! Enjoy the taste!
Like swolling snot.[/quote:19yj6rq8]

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Oysters...love'em. They also enhance my performance!
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