Just for fun, on a Thursday evening, smoked pork ribs.

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Biggles having some fun today, is all.
Blind Melon – No Rain
Ooooo-oo-oo-oo-oo, oo-oo-oo-oo
All I can say is that my life is pretty plain
I like watching the puddles gather rain
And all I can do is just pour some tea for two
And speak my point of view
But it’s not sane, it’s not sane
I just want someone to say to me no, oh, oh, oh
I’ll always be there when you wake, yea-ah
You know I’d like to keep my cheeks dry today
So stay with me and I’ll have it made
And I don’t understand why I sleep all day
And I start to complain that there’s no rain
And all I can do is read a book to stay awake
And it rips my life away, but it’s a great escape
Escape……escape……escape……
All I can say is that my life is pretty plain
You don’t like my point of view
You think that I’m insane
It’s not sane, It’s not sane
I just want someone to say to me no, oh, oh, oh
I’ll always be there when you wake, yea-ah
You know I’d like to keep my cheeks dry today
So stay with me and I’ll have it made
And I’ll have it made
And I’ll have it made, oh
Lord no no
You know I’m really gonna, really gonna have it made
You know I’ll have it made
Ahhh, ahhh, ahhh, ahhh
What fun! Love you all, Biggles signing off.
xo

6 thoughts on “Just for fun, on a Thursday evening, smoked pork ribs.

  1. Hi Greg,
    Yeah buddy! For this one I used the AF-S 60mm Nikkor micro, it’s a brilliant collection of glass and technology. But would recommend the 105 micro. I don’t have much room in my tiny kitchen so opted for the 60.
    xo, Biggles

  2. Thanks for answering the question I was going to ask about the lens. I love my 50mm but want to add a macro for my Nikon D-60. To do that in an affordable way, I know I’ll have to use manual focus but I already deal with that on the 50mm.

  3. Hey Chris,
    Yes, that’s something I’ve loved of Nikon for over 25 years. The glass is as close to Leica as you’re going to get. And, it’s all perfectly usable on the higher-end Nikon DSLR. That’s why I paid more for my D200, so I could use all my old glass.
    Please check out Ken Rockwell’s site, http://www.kenrockwell.com and he actually has some great information about what mounts to what and what works with whatever. While it can seem complicated at first, it really isn’t when you realize Nikon’s camera mount hasn’t changed since 1959.
    xo, Biggles

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