Went mudding in my old smashed car today. Back from the dead as very nice go cart
I inherited my grandmother’s curio cabinet. I gave it a good cleaning and put all my rocks and books on it.
The big rock on the wooden branches is a geode. The baseball sized rock in front of it is a fluorite crystal. Fluorite crystal are protection from Evil and bad things in your life. The rest are quartz, iron, a little quartz/granite geode, and pyrite (fool’s gold).
If I only had my Grandmother’s rock collection. She had it all from volcanic ash to petrified wood.
A Fluorite Crystal from the Garden of the Gods, I had given to me for Christmas.
To Hell with Mike’s flavored malt liquor. Mine has a wonderful sweet lemon honey flavour balanced with earthy refreshing tea. Home Made Real Hard Iced Tea tastes better. It always taste right because it’s just the way you like it.
Here is the recipe for 5 gallons:
Remove the zest from the lemons while avoiding the white pith. Squeeze the juice of the lemons in to a bowl. Discard pith.
Bring 2 gallons of water to a slow boil. Simmer tea bag for 20 minutes.
Add lemon juice and zest.
Remove from heat and stir in honey. Return to simmer.
Remove from heat and stir in 2 pounds of cane sugar. Return to simmer.
Poor 1 gallon cold distilled water in to 5 gallon carboy.
Pour tea into carboy.
Boil remaining cane sugar and add to carboy.
Top up to 5 gallons with cold distilled water.
Wait for tea to cool to room temperature.
Prepare yeast according to directions.
Pitch yeast into carboy.
Swirl air into the carboy for 15 minutes.
Attach air lock. Stoor until clear.