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Highwall

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Highwall last won the day on March 10 2020

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About Highwall

  • Birthday 05/09/1951

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    Augusta, Kansas
  • Interests
    Life time NRA member. IHMSA Champion, Hiking, fishing, target shooting, making canes and hiking sticks, metal detecting and watching college football

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  1. Thanks so much for all the answered prayers! The catheter is out finally and the pathology report was negative so for now I am cancer free! I am still recovering from the surgery but it gets better every day. If I have one more nurse ask me to drop my pants to my ankles I'm going to start swinging! LOL
  2. Well my renewal came today in the mail and I'm sorry to say I most likely not be signing on again even though $65 is very reasonable. My beloved wife of 47 years and I have both been diagnosed with cancer this year. She had her surgery last week and mine is tomorrow. Hopefully Medicare will cover most of the costs but I'm not convinced our prescriptions will be approved. As much as I love my coveted 1885 single shot .45 Government and chatting with all you cowboy enthusiasts, I love my wife more than anything. We are in God's hands and plans going forward. Don't worry, my grandson will
  3. If you find one get it! I love my .45 Colt version with a 4 1/2 barrel more than my Ruger Vaquero. It's more accurate at 25 yds and cost $500 less.
  4. I say open it, fry it, eat it and save the can for story sake!
  5. I've been a camper most all my life and have never gotten sick from any canned good products. including potatoes My dad would toss a can of beans or corn beef hash in the cast iron skillet on the fire along with onions and eggs when we camped out on fishing trips for years on end in Wyoming.. To me it was the ultimate meal for breakfast, lunch and supper. Hash was my favorite with sauteed onions and carrots tossed in with pork sausage. Spam was good too if you fry the hell out of it.
  6. Frank N. Stein Phil McCracken Donny Brook
  7. I had a neighbor once call them potaughtoes! We never conversed much after that.
  8. I've found over the years leftovers seem better to me the second day. They are softer and more tender. Especially meals like goulash, tuna noodle casserole, spaghetti and pizza. Who hasn't loved a reheated slice of meatloaf? .
  9. Back in the day my dad and I would take fishing trips to Wyoming and he would always have cans of potatoes for our outdoor meals over the fire. I really couldn't tell any difference in them other than they were much easier and faster to fix for a meal. Bacon, eggs, potatoes and onions is sure damn good in a cast iron skillet over an open fire! I think if not damaged canned goods will last for many years. I think the expiration dates stamped on them is just to protect the label from liabilities.
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