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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Teardrop Trailer

Teardrop Trailer

Teardrops represent one of the cheapest and easiest do-it-yourself portable building types out there, and people continue to customize them in all kinds of creative ways.
See how you can make one

Quote by James Carville
Drag a $100 bill through a trailer camp and there's no telling
what you will find.

In Kentucky, It's illegal to fish in the Ohio River in Kentucky without an Indiana Fishing License.
Nebraska, It is illegal for bar owners to sell beer unless they are simultaneously brewing a kettle of soup.
In Idaho, You may not fish on a camel's back.
Mexico City is sinking at a rate of 18 inches per year.
Zip Code 12345 is assigned to General Electric in Schenectady, New York.

Most Wal-Mart stores allow RVers to spend a night in their parking lots.
"About nine out of ten permit stays,"

Trailer Trash Toffee
2 sticks butter (must be butter)

1 cup brown sugar

1 stack of Saltine crackers

1 12 oz pkg of chocolate bits (we used Nestles, but any good chocolate bits would be delicious!)chopped nuts or coconut or whatever, to taste (we use pecans)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Line a jellyroll pan with foil and spray with Pam. (Mine is a standard size--Iit's about a 9x13?). Place crackers all over pan.Meanwhile, melt butter in saucepan along with brown sugar, and when it starts to bubble, stir continually for about 3 minutes or until it's a good bit thickened.Immediately pour this mixture over the crackers on pan, and spread it loosely around entire pan. (It will spread more when it bakes.) Bake for 10 minutes.Remove from oven, and place on cooling racks, and then, immediately pour bag of chocolate bits over it. Wait a minute or two while they heat up, and they'll start to melt, and then, use a knife or spatula to spread the chocolate over all of the crackers.Spread the nuts (or coconut) over the chocolate.
Let cool completely before trying to slice.
cut them into tiny 1 to 1 1/2" squares

Have a blessed day & Be a blessing to others

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