gnicholson3 Bare Boughs 18h

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gnicholson3 Lakeside Chapel (courtesy of years of Eagle Scout projects). New cross, altar, and chain fence courtesy of @william_8619's Eagle project today. 2d

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gnicholson3 Watercolors 3d

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gnicholson3 Party Preparations 4d

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gnicholson3 Tiny Cones 5d

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gnicholson3 There's a fungus among us 6d

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gnicholson3 Time to Unwind 7d

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gnicholson3 Shadows and Reflections 1w

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gnicholson3 Adventageous AM 1w

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gnicholson3 Sunday is Coming 1w

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gnicholson3 Wild 2w

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gnicholson3 Canebrake along the mountain bike trail 2w

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gnicholson3 Beverage Options at the Chartering Party for the newly Chartered @DowntownChurch. So happy for my brother-in-law, @amosdisasa, and his congregation. 2w

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gnicholson3 Reaching Upward 3w

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gnicholson3 Farewell Fall Colors 3w

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gnicholson3 Peekaboo sunrise 3w

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gnicholson3 Treehouse Heaven. My brother-in-law has built the coolest treehouse for his kids. It has a loft, stained glass window, and electricity. 3w

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gnicholson3 My kind of Black Friday Red Tag Sale 3w

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gnicholson3 Beer & Bacon Turkey Success Story: Here's the recipe in a play by play. 1st the 24 lb bird was brined overnight then rubbed with olive oil and spices, meanwhile the applewood wood chips were soaked in a Guinness. Once the lump coal was lit in the smoker, my daughter and I covered the bird in bacon, interlacing the strips (see earlier photo), oh, and another 1 1/2 beers were poured into the drip pan. 13 hours in the smoker at around 235 degrees F (I did raise the temp to about 280 in the final hour). When the internal thermometer reached 178 F, It came off the smoker and got wrapped in foil for a bit over an hour, while other preparation ensued. Then, when I went to "carve" it, it was so perfect that it mainly fell apart, so I "pulled" the meat (and included the bacon) and filled a serving bowl. Rave reviews from all the family and friends in attendance today. Happy Thanksgiving, Y'all! 4w

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