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Re: Nice photo...but

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Nice photo...but
  • From: "Racheal Nekuda" <lilylvr@kansas.net>
  • Date: Fri, 8 Mar 2002 10:52:22 -0800

Hi Bill,
At one time around here squirrel was on most country folks regular diet. The squirrels were put on the endangered species list and the practice stopped or at least slowed down.
As far as eating goes corn fed of any color sounds great to me. They all taste the same without the hide. They are really good pickled too. or smoked. MMMMM good. VBG  As far as loosing wieght goes a metabolism change is much more effective and safer than most diets. Then you can eat what ever you want.
Your suggestion for the hides is just too cute. BG
----- Original Message -----
Now bout them skins, if you do
skin 'em and you dry 'em pretty good, then you can take a real sharp 'nife
and do yourself some good. Start in the middle of a pretty fair skin. Start
cuttin' a spiril (kinda' like all our staircases here) with about a quarter
inch width between each circle. Take that long strip of hide, holdin' it by
each end, pull back and forth across the back of your ho (hoe for yankees).
Rub it back and forth for a fair amount of time. When it softens a tolable
(tolerable) amount you can quit doin' that.

Take that 'un and make another jist like it. Now what you got here is a fine
pair of shoe laces. Saves good money but I don't know why. Case when your
dietin' you git real tired of seeing green any thin' !

Yawl I'm speaken Southern today,
Bill Burleson

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