Yup, you got some nice looking boat anchors there, that 390 looks real nice,I actually sold a buncha guns I wasnt using...Now I can still break down a Eucalid Dump truck with rifles lead and powder though. I was big into Amateur radio over 20K$ as well and have it on the back burner. When this stupid pandemic started I put a couple thousand bucks into old tube type radios at a good deal on ebay and started fixing them for fun. I had to tell the wife for profit too so she wouldn't complain but now I got about 40 like new tube radios from the 30's...40's and 50's and I cant bear to part with em.
Ya... that's exactly what I was talking about. Things seem to flow through my life-interests as well. I collect whatever I need to do it for a while, make room in the cupboards or on the wall to hang related stuff and then eventually move on. I pity the person who has to clean out my workshop when the need eventually arises. Back up the big truck!I pride myself in being able to pick up any hobby, have fun with it, and drop it like a hot plate once it bores me.
Too many things to try to be stuck to just a few.
Basic mechanic work
It's safe to say that I dabble in lots of things and always have workbenches full of projects.
I drive my wife nuts.
I like the Jazz Holdouts, Down To The Bone, Richard Elliot, Rick Braun, Four80East, LA Express, and a lot more.I do a lot of reading, mostly historical and Autobiographies, Military. I also enjoy music. Nothing like smooth jazz on a Sunday morning a cup of coffee.
Not sure yall are hearing the same radio ads but a lot of small ranches are selling direct to the public. The oldest boy in the food business said Trump is helping them out with subsidies and cuts in regulations perhaps. I bet Slippy could sell his eggs like that. The Warden just told me samonella from eggs comes from chicken poo on the shells..so he will will need an egg washing machine most likely.I read about nutrition and lately I'm trying to buy more food from farms/independent grocers. Corporate grocers are going to help implement Agenda 21 and the Great Reset, so I'm trying to find alternate sources for what I need.
There is a farm store near me that has every animal part imaginable. I'm trying to eat more organ meats for nutrition and I just can't seem to find liver that consistently tastes good.
All us cajuns at heart have a need for it to be incorporated in Boudan and Dirty Rice. Beef liver is too strong. Pork and or chicken liver is best. Deer liver would probably be ok..just guessing. Know they have tasty hearts. Actually Dirty Rice is Boudan somebody forgot to stuff in a gut.Sauteed fresh in butter and a lil salt. Don't overcook or it gets pasty or rubbery. It should be rosey in the center. Slice it up and enjoy. Serve it with white wine.
Mmmm. Dogs!!!Half hobby half biz; I like to sew. I like to read books but there's never any time so I listen to a lot of Audible. Recently got through the entire series of The Lord of the Rings and Narnia. I like to cook, I like to clean and I loves me some dogs.
Other than that, it's the usual prepper stuff: gardening, canning, firearms...
To each his own. But there may come one very fine day when meat is scarce and we're lucky to have the liver. Who knows? You may decide not to turn your nose up then. Remember Annie said don't overcook it. Cook it fast. A turkey liver is like a minute and maybe half on each side w/high heat.Liver...the sewage treatment plant of the body. AND it tastes bad.
I've said many times on this forum that all bets are off if the SHTF.To each his own. But there may come one very fine day when meat is scarce and we're lucky to have the liver. Who knows? You may decide not to turn your nose up then. Remember Annie said don't overcook it. Cook it fast. A turkey liver is like a minute and maybe half on each side w/high heat.
He sure has smiled on me.God smiles on those that rescue pets.