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Re-Outfitting and Pico

Today I spent a little time re-outfitting my canoe for this summer season. Because of Texas law I had to re-register

my canoe because I have a small trolling motor and it’s slightly longer than 16′ either reason is enough

to warrant registration/license.So after the 54.00 I spent on registration  I mounted the motor to my fly tying table and hooked it up to my

deep cycle battery it ran for 15 minutes and it  abruptly quit I attempted to recharge the battery no luck

I will have to buy a new battery……bummer.

Later we made some fresh pico- de Gallo. Simple as it gets and tasty most of the ingredients can come from the garden this time of year,,,well

someones garden anyway. Our garden is currently still transitioning from our fall garden.

ingredients:

Diced red onion 1/4 to 1/2 cup

3 diced tomatoes

small handful of cilantro

5 whole diced pickled jalapeno

red wine vinegar

swig of olive oil

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