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Evil you are!It's not like I can go out and get my own crab you know. I live in cow country.
Get. Out. I know where you live, you know!
Are they still alive?Buhahahahaha!I can't eat crab but I can appreciate it's beauty.
Oh come on Rho, don't disillusion me. I just know you went straight down to the rocks and hauled these out with nothing more than a bent cable needle and some oiled yarn.Like I crochet nets to catch leprechauns on these misty autumnal mornings...Jocelticmemoryyarns.blogspot.com
Ooooh, how yummy!Thank you for your comment on my blog and the apple sauce suggestion. I think I will try that - it sounds like a good way of using all those apples which have bug problems and can't be stored in any other way. Re. the picture of my huge bump - that's really sweet of you! I don't really mind the size, but it was quite startling to see the bump on a photograph when I hadn't seen myself in a full-length mirror for quite some time - it looks so different when you just look down at it! ;-) Iris
Jo-- Oh that we could catch these crabs locally -- but all we get are those little blue claw that you have to work so hard to get the meat out of (but is so worth it) I was in the mood for those large ones that even the legs have nice hunks of meat - so those were West Coast Crabs I am sure (I'm pretty sure we don't have Dungeness crabs around here) For things of good size we just have those yummy Lobsters here.
Mmm, yum. We get crabs here, but not quite as big. I love crab.
(its Jeanette from Knit Styles of the Mentally Insane).....those crabs look phenomenol!!!!!!!! What a beautiful photo you got of them. Looks good enough to paint!
You know you've got it bad when you start thinking like that! Let's see, should I pay LIPA or buy more yarn? Hmmm. Those crabs look wonderful!
Oh wow Rho, that looks yummy!! I have to take your weird test too! I can't resist those tests! LOL
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