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Sunday, April 27, 2008


This is what I will miss Steve's barbque. I can't barbque - things get burned. Steve introduced me to the joys of barbque ribs and pork chops. He loved to do it too. After his arm was hurt it took both of us to manage but I just followed instructions.
Still have the horse for our neighbor. It is nice to see his big pasture next door. You wouldn't believe we were living in the middle of a city.


At Mon Apr 28, 06:12:00 AM 2008, Blogger Suzie said...

It's good to see that you're blogging about Steve. It will leave a legacy for a very long time. I would say forever, but that legacy is written on our hearts. I love seeing the horse next door everytime I go visit you. It is somewhat out of place right there in town, which makes it so undeniably there! See you Weds.

At Thu May 01, 07:31:00 AM 2008, Blogger Abandoned in Pasadena said...

WOW! You have the luxury of living in town with the feeling of living out in the country next door to a horse in a field...WOW!

I'm sure that you would be able to remember the instructions that Steve used to tell you about barbequeing once you try it yourself. The ribs & porkchops may not turn out as good as the way you remember Steve's did, but they'll have your new touch & taste.

I'm also glad that you are posting about Steve.


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