Took Marie out for breakfast and like the bouy I am let her pay. Roll up the rim didn't produce any winners but when I got home and checked my Lotto 649 I was a $20 winner.....yes!
Took Otto out for a meal and he really got "gassed up" taking all my winnings plus another $25. Bouy is a liquid pig bigtime. Still miss Goquickski and the ease of his canter!
Sun was up and so I headed down the Beaverbank Road and hit Fred's field. Along the way this darn thing decided to play chicken with me forcing me to come to a screeching halt then ran into a field. Next time I see that thing I hope it will be in a stew with it's feathers used for some fly tieing. (look hard at the curb white line)
Of course Marie knew where I was going today and packed a lunch....not for me
A face only a mother could love!
After feeding me Buds and going hungary myself I started to swing away and swing away and swing some more. Finds were few and far between but I was happy just to be out getting my "arm" in shape for the onslaught of swinging that awaits me in a few days on my vacation.
Tired but with few finds I pointed east and headed home with a stop along the way to pick up some mussles and a lobster for the "boss" and a to invite a few Buds over for the evening. Had gotten the call to go into work but actually refuse some overtime...a first for this bouy!
Take for the day was 6 coins with a few Yankee ones throw in @.39 cents, a key, musketball and a dewy that came apart. Man that target was a deep one!
I'll share a secert now......mussles a la Bluenose.
4 pounds of PEI Blues
one pint of Bud
2 large onions chopped somewhat
4 cloves of garlic finely sliced
3 cups of water
Add everything in a large pot and bring to a boil. Then chuck in the mussels for about 6 minutes till opened.
For dipping have 4 litle glass cups filled with:
1. real melted butter
3. seafood sauce
4. balsamic vinegar
Rotate dipping for best flavours.......enjoy!