Thanks Seedtick but I think I'll pass on the Boudin too , there are some things that just aren't edible once you know whats in them , if you had just said sausage I may heve been game to try them , LOL
Funny you should mention that Dave, Remember the silky oak in my house yard? Robin had it earmarked for some furniture pieces. :twisted:Of course you know you shouldn't show pics of boats like that were Mick can see them , once he works out it's too far to ship it he's going to be working on building one and his shed just isn't big enough to fit all his boats and work on more at the same time , looks like you need another shed Mick
Who wants to recover?You guy's do know you are driving an certain boat building Aussie totally nut's and way past any form of redemption by showing your boats. Not saying any names but I am sure Mick might recover Sometime.
God willing mate, maybe sooner than you think.Ya'll gotta get Mick to come over to this side of the world for a while so he can see how the other half lives. Feed him grits and boudin. Cracklins and beer. Duck and andouille gumbo. Boiled crawfish and crabs. Turtle sauce piquante
Seedtick/Keith,seedtick said:Keith and I do this because: (obviously we enjoy doing it, but also)
1. We want to keep alive the old designs for a bit longer, and
2. We enjoy showcasing the beauty of the old cypress
That is the folks in the south , we learned a long time ago that the boat is meant to carry you , not the opposite. My guess is that it's the Grits , Jambalaya , Southern fried chicken , Greens , Piquante , Gumbo , Etouffe'e and good down home spices that woke us up. While the folks up nawth are still toting there boats over dry ground between puddles they can paddle. :lol: :lol: :lol:seedtick said:We don't paddle places where you run out of water and have to pack the pirogue. If we go walking where there's no water, we call that hiking and don't bring a boat.
Does sorta serve to separate the men from the boys, doesn't it. We can cross the entire state of Michigan with only one portage over dry land, and that's only 1.25 miles. And, you can stop along the way and hunt deer, geese, and pancakes.oldsparkey said:...While the folks up nawth are still toting there boats over dry ground between puddles they can paddle. :lol: :lol: :lol:
Comes close, but no cigar. Anywhere you are in Loozianna, you're within 6' of water. One line on the topo map covers the whole state. And, it's under water some of the time.seedtick said:And I can cross the entire state of LA ( north/south and east/west) with no portage.
Ergo does LA beat MI?