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Friday, October 28, 2016

Rain ~ 10-28 ~ NFL ~ Life Hacks ~ Smilebox Day #5 The Missouri ~ Christian ~ Teri & Barry ~ Baked Salmon

Good 46º cloudy morning.
Yesterday it rained and rained. Stayed cool, by noon it was still only 50º.  Warmed to 54º by afternoon. Nearly 2" of rain so far in the last 3 days of rain, it was just 2/10ths shy by afternoon.

10-28 "Vehicle registration and wants" (complete vehicle information)

Last night's game:

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Our tour of the Missouri was right after the tour of the Arizona Memorial. A special visit to the Mo, as my US Marine son Brian, during the Gulf War, was assigned to the Mo with a Marine Corps Detachment. He showed us the special places and the bunk where he slept. We also were granted entrance into the Captain's quarters since Brian has served on the ship!
There is a 'tent' on the front deck. At present they are replacing all of the teak decking, so that is there to protect supplies.
Captain Kaiss is the only Commanding Officer in history to put a US Navy ship
into commission, and take the same ship out of commission. He is also the last
Commanding Officer of a Battleship and in essence, the last Battleship Sailor.
He was the last sailor to leave the ship on March 31, 1992.
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Yesterday was pals John (LASD ret) and Trish Bowler's grandson, Christian's 2nd birthday. Happy Birthday Christian!

Any of you LASD remember Teri Prim from Avalon Station? She was station secretary and basically ran the station! She and Barry are now living in Florida. Today she and Barry are celebrating their anniversary. HAPPY ANNIVERSARY kids!!!
Historically this date...
1886 – In New York Harbor, President Grover Cleveland dedicates the Statue of Liberty.

1929 – Black Monday, a day in the Wall Street Crash of 1929, which also saw major stock market upheaval.

1936 – U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt rededicates the Statue of Liberty on its 50th anniversary.

1962 – Cuban Missile CrisisSoviet Union leader Nikita Khrushchev announces that he had ordered the removal of Soviet missile bases in Cuba.

And births this date include...
1793 – Eliphalet Remington, American firearms manufacturer (d. 1861)

1897 – Edith Head, American costume designer (d. 1981)

1902 – Elsa Lanchester, British-born actress (d. 1986)

1914 – Jonas Salk, American biologist and physician (d. 1995)

1917 – Jack Soo, American actor (d. 1979)

1932 – Suzy Parker, American actress (d. 2003)

1936 – Charlie Daniels, American musician

1944 – Dennis Franz, American actor

1949 – Bruce Jenner, American athlete

1955 – Bill Gates, American software executive

1963 – Lauren Holly, American actress

1967 – Julia Roberts, American actress

1972 – Brad Paisley, American musician
Later dinner was salmon. This recipe I saw on FB and shared it on my page, but you can see it here
I sauteéd some cut up asparagus and spinach with a little olive oil to serve the salmon on...  Salmon was baked with melted butter, garlic, and honey.....

Then into the broiler for 3 minutes after baking to get the crusty top....

Found this at the store the other day and topped the salmon with some. OMGOOOD!

Yes, banana cut up... makes my tummy happy!
All I know. Nuff said. Happy TGIF. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
October 28th
Frankenstein Friday

Frankenstein Friday celebrates he birth of Frankenstein and its creator. Frankenstein is one of the best known horror characters, dating back to the 1800's. We can't imagine the Halloween season without the presence of Frankenstein, lurking somewhere in the darkness.
Frankenstein was born in 1818 when Mary Wollenstonecraft Shelley, at the age of 21, wrote the story "Frankenstein".
To celebrate this day, we suggest you read the novel, or see a Frankenstein movie.
Boris Karloff played Frankenstein in 1931