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Wife cooked my fav Chinese dish for me; guo bao rou (crispy pork in sweet sticky sauce, coriander/cilantro went on after the pic was taken). 

 

 

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22 minutes ago, Hua Guofang said:

Wife cooked my fav Chinese dish for me; guo bao rou (crispy pork in sweet sticky sauce, coriander/cilantro went on after the pic was taken). 

 

 

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Interesting name.  One of my favs is gua bao, which doesn't seem to have any resemblance.  I assume the 'rou' means meat?

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I LOOKED IT UP, ITS A DATE MARKER FOR SECTIONS OF TRACKS ON NORTHERN AND WESTERN RAILROADS FROM 1820s TO 1950s

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Posted (edited)

Weekend in Savannah Georgia.

 

Park where spys would meet in a movie.

 

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A mode of transport I was once much more familiar with.

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Morning walk in the touristic zone.

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Added the words

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On 1/6/2019 at 3:57 PM, Hua Guofang said:

Wife cooked my fav Chinese dish for me; guo bao rou (crispy pork in sweet sticky sauce, coriander/cilantro went on after the pic was taken). 

 

 

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That looks great. You ever had bak kut teh? Highly recommended.

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On 1/5/2019 at 11:45 AM, 3fermadness said:

Just woke up

 

White wine and captain crunch:classic_blink:.

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22 hours ago, One Man Banned said:

Been out & about in only the best places

Back in Seattle you can hardly go anywhere without running into needles on the ground, when I moved out here to Cleveland I noticed that there were none to be seen and I wondered how long until I would find one, which I did but not before seeing a bullet on the ground, not a shell but just a straight up bullet hanging out on the sidewalk.

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4 hours ago, morton said:

Back in Seattle you can hardly go anywhere without running into needles on the ground, when I moved out here to Cleveland I noticed that there were none to be seen and I wondered how long until I would find one, which I did but not before seeing a bullet on the ground, not a shell but just a straight up bullet hanging out on the sidewalk.

There are a few items that I am bound to come across more regularly than others in my creepings and lurkings.  Among them: large size bras, panties, needles, and single shoes.  I've also found a lot of stolen purses and wallets over time.  If I was a hopping heroin tranny I would be all set.

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23 hours ago, Hua Guofang said:

@Schnitzel

 

 

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Oh yeah!

 

 best (and only since like 1985) Chicken Maryland in the southern highlands.

 

Looks like furniture been updated since my last visit!

 

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last two days in pies.

 

 Mondays I work from home  and while no freight trains are scheduled through the hills I heard this one coming up.

Legged it up to the spot but it was too late this is pretty much the last wagon on the train.

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so jumped  back in car and raced them up the hill to my usual spot. better luck there as it was a perfect day for well lit photos

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Bonus crew change carriage for when these babies go to perth because ocne you leave Whyalla/ Port Augusta there is fuck all for 1500 km.

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Bit of bombin'

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was pretty hot by  the afternoon -109.4 F

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daughter confusing yoghurt with suncream

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festival time in . adelaide.

I reckon this poster is probably pretty accurate judging by the picture

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6 hours ago, morton said:

This "Chicken Maryland" could use a little explanation.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chicken_Maryland

 

when I was a kid  the  restaurant my mum would take us to had this dish which they called a Maryland. But I've just discovered in Australia it basically refers to the cut of Chicken.

 

 food was really1980's - nowhere would serve that now unless it was for old people.

 

 fried chicken leg with ham and hush puppies (a batter made with flour, egg, oil, and milk or water, to which corn is added, then deep-fried); batter-fried chicken with hush-puppies and batter-fried bananas and pineapple rings; 

 

 sort of like the below image

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