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Owl you are a treat to read with this inimitable style that suits you so well.


Several times in the past I giggled to read you while my wife worried about my sanity. So thank you for this new thread that promises very good.

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11 hours ago, owl sees all said:

I've been considering giving some of my Mekong catfish to the local temple. They have grown well; in fact very well. The biggest two are over 1.4 metres long and all over one metre. I have 19, and they dominate the other fish at feeding time. If I could get some muscle on the job, for the catching, I reckon I could donate 9. 

The catfish would be good for the monks; no scaling, just pull the skin back and you got your meat.

I remember doing this as a teenager.

 

(catching catfish and cooking on a camp stove).

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Great to hear of other expat's lives, especially in Isaan, where I'll be retiring in a few years.

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Have you considered running for POTY? It can be arranged ......

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1 minute ago, BritManToo said:

I'm thinking of writing a book called "Uncle Tom's Cabin".

or "Baan lung Somchai"

I'm a publisher, send it over when finished .....

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1 minute ago, PatOngo said:

Well I don't give a hoot!

I fear that one was was done a few posts before ........

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1 minute ago, sunnyboy2018 said:

I miss those days.

I heard Bernard was put out to pasture in Nakon Nowhere, where he grazes in an open field with his trusted notebook and pen .........

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20 minutes ago, geronimo said:

Great to hear of other expat's lives, especially in Isaan, where I'll be retiring in a few years.

People seem to think of Issan as village life. I have been to Issan many times but never been to a village. Just the towns and cities.

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