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Old 01-01-2015, 10:47 PM   #15
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I've never seen pineapples grown in Ohio, interested in how you got your handle?
Hi Kenny !
I play a ukulele (as a tribute to my late father and grandmother- He was a musician, she was a Pacific Islander). It's body is pineapple shaped 0 while most ukulele bodies are ipu/figure-eight 8 shaped. Everyone started calling me the Pineapple Man. How I ended up here is another story....
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Old 01-01-2015, 10:55 PM   #16
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Welcome Pineapple Man if you want to get out of the cold up there come on down to North Florida it's beautiful in the winter but could be called something else in the summer. I know you will love your new camper I remember when we left the ground fo the inside, haven't wanted to go back.
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Believe me, we'd love to be down there right now !! Actually, we're planning on moving there when my wife retires, as her family is in FL and we've already bought land there. It's one reason we bought our Scamp. Would like to visit more until that time comes.
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Old 01-01-2015, 10:56 PM   #17
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Old 01-01-2015, 11:06 PM   #18
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When I worked, I had to walk into work from the parking lot about mile. In the PNW it is known to rain. Because I wore glasses, I wanted a warm cap with a visor. My kids got me one like my avatar. I wore it at Taidnapam and initially received teasing about the cap, but then other people started discovering how practical they were and so we have several people who wear buffalo plaid now and we have come to be known as the BPB!

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Old 01-02-2015, 07:32 AM   #19
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The plaid is indeed one of the plaids of the MacGregor's but was also popular for hunting in the dark ages when one had to wear red. Well since then fluorescent orange became de rigor but buffalo plaid had become entrenched as hunting clothing.
Roger, I remember when we switched from red to orange in MI. I'm old school and hunt in the Upper Peninsula. We seldom see other hunters, and almost never see Game Wardens. Here's my hat of choice. Good ol' Stormy Kromer made in the U.P. The bird is a Gray Jay, but known to locals as a Whiskey Jack.

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Thanks for telling us the story, Roger! I like the red and black buffalo plaid myself, but have no such hat. Only shirts, bathrobe, and pajama pants. Not sure if those qualify me for the BPB.
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Pineapple Man, will you be able to camp on the land you bought down in FL before you build a home there? I'm assuming it's undeveloped. Just curious if that's legal, or even practical. Seems to me you could run power, sink a well, install a septic tank or run sewer pipes, and you'd be golden! You'd have your own private campground. It sounds too good to be true, so there's probably some zoning laws or other pesky statutes to prevent that. Just thinking out loud...

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Buffalo plaid brigade?

Enjoyed the video, and now I know!
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Pineapple Man, will you be able to camp on the land you bought down in FL before you build a home there? I'm assuming it's undeveloped. Just curious if that's legal, or even practical. Seems to me you could run power, sink a well, install a septic tank or run sewer pipes, and you'd be golden! You'd have your own private campground. It sounds too good to be true, so there's probably some zoning laws or other pesky statutes to prevent that. Just thinking out loud...

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Hi Tom, Well, you already knew the answer to "that one" ! We'd bought the land with the hopes of running in services and putting up a pole barn to store our old farm truck in. Then when we flew down, we'd have a place to crash in and a vehicle to drive. Then discovered "the primary dwelling" must be in place before any other buildings are installed..... so now we're just hoping we can boondock on it for a couple days at a time....
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