Same can be said for those that post here about our Dawgs. Bond will always be there.
Years ago I spent many a day walking up on my setters and pointers on point, bird hunting all over the State of Georgia. Trust me yankeedawg1, I know the feeling. End of the day, we had "friends" and that stop called for a pint of "white whiskey" with a serious "bead" when shook.
This weekend I have guests, have ordered 1/2 bushel of green peanuts from Hardy Farms (UGA folks) and we are going to have a serious boiled peanut gathering, this of course goes along with another shrimp boil and SEC football talk.
Good day to you sir and Georgia. Same goes for the others that participate on this board.
Fun post yd1 and certainly hope Georgia is correct. I would like to have that calmness she possesses......especially while snacking on something. I'm usually too uptight, nervous and nauseated to eat when the Dawgs are playing.
Fall is around the corner......can't wait.
Hope everyone has a great weekend and as usual.....a cool one "salute" to you and your Friday posts, yd1.
Buc, my mom (God rest her soul) would bring our kids a bag of Hardy's boiled peanuts to every tailgate they attended. Man, those were the best peanuts! Mom always gave them to the kids and not me. She always said they were here special gift to them only.
TN Dawg, the new crop of green peanuts are in. (August 1st) I started with a half bushel, probably end up buying a couple of bushels this season. Like to boil my peanuts, makes for a lot of good football talk and cold beer or whatever around the pool. Cannot beat the Hardy Family when it comes to boiled or fresh green peanuts. As you know they also boil and ship, can't eat that stuff in cans or the raw peanuts that is sold at most road stands.
Main thing, the Hardy Family proudly wears the Red and Black. . . . .
Edit: My first 1/2 bushel is being delivered today 8/3/12 by UPS. Big day tomorrow harrassing gators by my pool . . . .
Edit #2: yankeedawg1, realize that you have been "converted" hope you will take a few minutes and watch this film. I was born south of Hawkinsville in Douglas, Coffee County. Back in the day we did not have tractors such as the one in the film. We pulled the "goobers" out of the ground by hand. For over seventy years I have enjoyed what I call "Red Neck Caviar" . . . and proud of it.