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About IslandsintheSun

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  • Birthday 03/09/1965

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    Menifee, Ca

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  1. I remember rolling out to glamis in moms station wagon with my banshee stuffed in the back. Front wheels/handle bars hanging out the back. Of course got pulled in Westmoreland, he let me go after I told him it was my mommies station wagon.
  2. Fine Young Men There! I Applaud You! So Rare these days.
  3. Damn Bruce that could ruin your whole day. Hope recovery is going well!
  4. Rode the MS Bay to Bay Starts in Irvine, stay the night in Carlsbad- ends in Mission Bay, San Diego. 100 miles in all- this was my 10th year. It's a Great ride with Awsesome scenery landscape and otherwise
  5. My kid is working up there now. He said there is all kinds of RV's up on that mountain. They are big on Hunting. Glad he got out.
  6. Great pics. I love it up there Never been this late in the season Thanks!!
  7. Lion Premium Grills is my Best Seller. and they stand behind there products. http://lionbbq.com/ Unless you are looking for a high end unit. $250.00 Off the Lion grills for all GD'ers. ask for discounts on others. We also carry most major brands. http://islandsinthesunbbq.com/
  8. BACON WRAPPED TATER TOT BOMBS INGREDIENTS: 2 cups frozen tater tots, at room temperature 1 ounce sharp cheddar cheese, cut into 1/4-inch squares 4 slices bacon, quartered 1/4 cup brown sugar, packed 1 tablespoon chopped fresh parsley leaves DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or a silicone baking mat; set aside. Working one at a time, wrap each tater tot and cheese square in a piece of bacon. Repeat with remaining tater tots, cheese squares and bacon pieces. Dredge each tater tot in the brown sugar, pressing to coat. Place tater tots seam side down onto the prepared baking sheet. Place into oven and bake for 20-25 minutes, using metal tongs to turn. Serve immediately, garnished with parsley, if desired.
  9. I would love to use your crane company. Please send info. I have NEVER used a crane that cost less than $1,000.00 for any part of a day. Take the trim off the corners, remove a few screws, trailer it and put it back together. I quoted Crusty my cost which is about a third of that Couldn't do it over the weekend for that price though so I guess its a mute point Crusty should wait till normal business hours and have you do it. That's so cheap it's almost free. Me thinks before crusty is finished w this project he's gonna kick himself in the ass lol Use raspadoo crane at that price and call it a day.
  10. Not into Pokeman but that is Cool!
  11. Let's get back to this... Crack Corn Say's Jimmy... INGREDIENTS 6 ears corn, husked 3 tbsp. brown sugar 1 tsp. cayenne pepper kosher salt Freshly ground black pepper 1/4 c. melted butter Lime wedges, for squeezing DIRECTIONS 1.Heat grill to high. Oil grates and add corn. Grill, turning, 5 minutes. 2.Baste, while grilling, until totally slathered in crack sauce and grill until charred and tender, 5 minutes more. 3.Squeeze with lime and serve.
  12. Apparently Bob got a nasty cancer about 8 months ago. Very Sad.
  13. I told him 3 times his trailer was not up to the task. He argued w/ me "I've been doing this for 30 years, I've hauled bigger, can't weigh that much if that tiny forklift is lifting it blah lah blah" Every time I tried to explain concentrated weight etc he just kept cutting me off so I just quit trying, started my lift and said here you go! He def took a closer look at my tiny forklift when we offloaded him lol! The 10" wide & 4.5" thick forks shoulda been his first clue!!!!!!!! That's hilarious

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