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Post by mojomizer » Mon Jan 14, 2013 11:36 pm

Carol she's the one with the beauty and brains in this outfit don't know how I attracted her??????............ Yeah Pete I guess I'll lower my snoring attraction powers...........Amorous midget Sea Otter????????
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Post by Sabs28 » Tue Jan 15, 2013 6:39 am

mojomizer wrote:Amorous midget Sea Otter????????
Are those kept next to the "Eskimo Midget Striper Bars" :?: :?: :rotfl:

And what is up with all the midget stuff in Alaska?? Or is it everyone looks like a midget when they stand next to Pete :?: :shocked: :rotfl:
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Post by mojomizer » Tue Jan 15, 2013 5:31 pm

Alaska is a big State...... Alaska has characters larger than life...... The people I have met have huge warm hearts...... Probably being from a frontier State they help each other out in big ways.
Sabs their "midgets" are taller than I am :rotfl: :thumbsup:

Soooooooo on to the Last afternoon on the water

Ohhhhhhh Mountains near me...... Big Bear California -4 degrees f
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Post by spoiled one » Tue Jan 15, 2013 5:40 pm

mojomizer wrote:
Ohhhhhhh Mountains near me...... Big Bear California -4 degrees f
It hit 50º at the house this weekend. My grass is green and the snow has nearly disappeared. Winter in Alaska!
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Post by DMan » Wed Jan 16, 2013 12:25 am

spoiled one wrote:
mojomizer wrote:
Ohhhhhhh Mountains near me...... Big Bear California -4 degrees f
It hit 50º at the house this weekend. My grass is green and the snow has nearly disappeared. Winter in Alaska!
Starting to think I may have to bust out the lawn mower..
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Post by mojomizer » Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:18 pm

Watch out with the Lawn Mower, probably like us Southern Californian's washing the car........ never fails to rain. You will probably invoke the "weather powers that be." And get a 40 degree temperature swing and a foot of snow.

Pete you velly funny tall man.......... I did not know you had green astroturf for a lawn.
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Post by DMan » Thu Jan 17, 2013 4:40 pm

Ha! Ironically Its now 14 degrees with 6 inches of the fresh stuff on the ground!
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Post by welder » Fri Jan 18, 2013 12:09 am

So that means Pete can put the lawn mower up.
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Post by spoiled one » Fri Jan 18, 2013 11:25 am

welder wrote:So that means Pete can put the lawn mower up.
It's a honda. 6" of powder ain't nothing! Nice to have winter again, though.
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Post by mojomizer » Sat Jan 19, 2013 3:31 am

Talking about green grass and snow............. Warm thoughts of the perfect summer week in Alaska. The trip winding down and heading to Whale Bay. Pete exclames look about 2 miles out up on that moutain...... There is a meadow near that snow bank.......... a black bear. Huh!!!!!! where???????? Pete hands me his bino's. Sure enough.......... looked like a black speck of pepper to my tired asian eyes. A black Bear enjoying Summer up high. Probably escaping the No See-ums and incessant Mosquito populations. Gorging on a daily diet of 80 lbs. of meadow grasses.

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Zoomed picture. Very Cool Pete........... That bear would look good on the wall ......... Hey Carolmizer

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This one for you Sabs........... Les enjoying his stay on Event Horizon..................................................................................................................
Tough Texan bear sighting. I am glad Les was not in his Star Wars PJ's .........."What stays on the Boat" ............. Happens on the boat :rotfl: :mrgreen: (what can I say I am dyslexic on sayings)














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Post by welder » Sat Jan 19, 2013 8:31 am

Z was wearing the Starwars jams, I had on my Spiderman set.
Dug was an awesome skipper and keeps a tight ship he wouldn't let me trash out the boat like Scott and Mark did on Petes boat.
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Post by Sabs28 » Sat Jan 19, 2013 11:57 am

Thanks Mojo, That is FUNNY :rotfl: :rotfl: . I am however, a little confused, how does someone have a red mustach & grey hair?? Did someone run out of "Just For Men"????? :nutkick: :shocked:
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Post by mojomizer » Sat Jan 19, 2013 4:03 pm

Sabs as you get older you will understand :mrgreen: Yes, Lester it was a bit messy..... Being video and camera central....... Bar central with huge Texan style cocktails..... Cooking and snack central. :mrgreen: If I remember correctly you were not smelling so nice :rotfl: Yes if invited back I will make it a priority to keep things more organized.(I am so sorry Pete we made it into a Man Cave Boater Home.)

About those No-see-ums and Incessant Mosquitos. Great weather does have a minor drawback. The Vampire type insect populations explode and search for a likely food source. At a certain dock, I remember Scott running for the fort before they dessicated his Healthy but Skinny frame. Note to self..... wear a hat. Not only to hide my Einsteinian hairdo but....... those blood sucking insects are evolutionary brilliant. Fish cleaning happens later in the day when the hoard becomes more active. When cleaning fish your hands become a slimey mess...........That is when they call in the calvary to attack the scalp digging, biting and feeding. The choice of fish sliming the hair and further attracting the tribe of hemoglobin barbarians or just finishing the task at hand, washing up and then go into a frantic head scratching episode. I swear there were bumps on top of bumps. New bumps would pop up after the old ones healed????? Must be my lower 48 immune system not being acclimated. Not only are Alaskans tough they must have rhino skin albeit a little vitamin d3 deficient :rotfl:

I see um No-See-Um little critter packs a nasty bite just keeps digging into you.

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Now to the hoard....... Mosquitos staging a launching base.

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Hungry sucker gets his.......... One buzzing around while eating. It sticks it's proboscis into the piece of cabage and starts feeding?????? Keels over and dies....... My cooking????? I know most do not notice these things. I do :?: Strange things happen if you are observant.

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Post by Sabs28 » Sat Jan 19, 2013 4:31 pm

mojomizer wrote:Sabs as you get older you will understand :mrgreen:
I already do, I have been going bald for about 4 years now :nutkick:. I always keep it short so it doesn't show as much.
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Post by mojomizer » Sat Jan 19, 2013 4:40 pm

Psssst ....... Sabs we're not to mention Les is going Hulk Hogan Bald :rotfl:
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Post by Sabs28 » Sat Jan 19, 2013 4:49 pm

mojomizer wrote:Psssst ....... Sabs were not to mention Les is going Hulk Hogan Bald :rotfl:
OK, I can keep a secret. :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
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Post by welder » Sat Jan 19, 2013 6:57 pm

When I get the PYTHONS wrapped around ya you wont be making any Hulk Hogan comments.
Now if we can just get Dug to get a boat with a seal welded deck so the slime doesn't ferment below. LOL

Sabs, Mr Smarty pants, I've been to Alaska twice now, how about you pumpkin. :nutkick:
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Post by welder » Sat Jan 19, 2013 6:58 pm

Hey, where is Scott , I bet he has something to say here.
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Post by carpetman » Sat Jan 19, 2013 8:24 pm

You folks have been worried about what welder does because he is a texan. He is in reality a transplant. If all goes as planned you will meet a pure redneck texican. Les has told me all about you fellers and your exploits. Summer of 2014 i plan on joining les and the rest of you folks in Alaska if you will have me. P.s. I know stories on les

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Post by mojomizer » Sun Jan 20, 2013 2:12 am

Hey CM Do you know any good Hawiian Jokes???? We know alot of Welder stories if we told em he would be breaking alot of Texas Laws. :rotfl:

This thread is degenerating into quite a mudhole quick......... Scott better post some classy video and elevate this thread to meet and greet standards. Where are those moderators when you need one???????
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Post by welder » Sun Jan 20, 2013 9:46 am

Man this aint looking good for me, I'm starting to feel like a Fire Hydrant and all my friends are Dogs. :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

Winter time boredom.

Hey Mojo, post some pictures will ya. :sarge:
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Post by Sabs28 » Sun Jan 20, 2013 10:33 am

welder wrote:Sabs, Mr Smarty pants, I've been to Alaska twice now, how about you pumpkin. :nutkick:
So I see that I am Charlie Brown again :banghead: Mojo starts it & I get harrassed for it. :skillet:

As far as Alaska??? All in good time my friend. There are a few other places I have to stop at on the way. :mrgreen:

Now,,,, How about some more pictures & video. :popcorn:
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Post by mojomizer » Sun Jan 20, 2013 10:35 am

Les you know the respect and admiration we all have for you. It's that seven year old in all of us Alaskan Meet and Greeters. If you were not liked you would not be playfully teased. I believe, we have all at some point have been the proverbial fire hydrant. Hopefully the readership understands how special and truly privileged these get togethers are. We get on the Boat(s) as men but leave as friends and brothers.
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Post by mojomizer » Sun Jan 20, 2013 10:51 am

Sabs heh heh........... Stop deflecting. The teddy bear is tradition and Lester approved. Hopefully teddy is Sage puppy proof and will be on future trips.
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Post by welder » Sun Jan 20, 2013 7:41 pm

Don't be messen with TED.
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