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post #31 of 33

We spent lots of time having luaus on Agate beach which was truly empty at the time, no hotels at all.

 

Fwiw to help put out the fire of peppers, I'd recommend eating pineapple.

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Best and I'm a foodie.   I know very little but the little that I know I want to know very well.

 

-T

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post #32 of 33

LOL. 16 of the 32 posts in this thread are from posters with 3 or less posts. Nine(9) by "1 and out" posters, two(2) posts by a poster that only made 2-posts. This is a somewhat interesting thread. 

post #33 of 33
I used to catch the bus at the Officers Club and ride it to the BX-bus hub then get on the Beach Bus to Tarague Beach. Snorkeling for shells, cliff climbing or just watching the pretty girls. I'll never forget those years. Long lines at the gas pumps because of OPEC. The evacuation of Saigon with a lot of the refugee's be placed @ Anderson AFB behind barbwire @ Tin City. This was all b4 I was 15. What a education in worldly events. I'm growing the Carolina Reaper, Thai Dragon Cayenne,Ghost. I'm hoping to cross the Reaper & Thai Pepper. Getting a lot hotter than a "Boonie Pepper" but plentiful in a shorter time.
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