Been laid up in bed the last couple days and totally forgot to post any food from last Saturday’s huge embarrassing failure. My Seminoles took on the mighty Orangeman from Syracuse, and if you want my recount of the game, those players in the orange jerseys were ten stories tall; they flew across the field with speed and tenacity I had not witnessed since the Serengeti episode of Planet Earth. All I saw on the other side of that line of scrimmage from my pathetic, helpless Seminoles were a team full of Paul Bunyan’s come to life for the sole purpose of dismantling anything in their collective path. To honor the greatest football I’ve ever seen, I made a Central-Northern New York classic, Chicken Riggies, which is just Rigatoni Pasta in a tomato and cream sauce with chicken and a bunch of different peppers, and ate it in a “giant blue ox”-sized portion before watching FSU’s season be laid to rest by a bunch of bullies from New York State. #bryancantcook#fsu#floridastate#seminoles#collegefootball#homemade#homecook#newyork#newyorkstate#syracuse#chickenriggies#paulbunyan#blueox#rip#chrisjericho
Crossed over to California this weekend to see some Redwood’s. It was really amazing to see a few of the many giant trees that still stand from hundreds of years ago. The second to last picture is The Brotherhood Tree - 297 ft tall and 19 ft in diameter dedicated to the brotherhood of man: all races, creeds, and colors. I really like that #treesofmystery#klamath#norcal#paulbunyan#globetrotting#brotherhoodofman
Back to nature.
It's so grand to have Nature at my backdoor and have trails for miles at my whimsical desires for more grounding. [Philosophical problems] are, of course, not empirical problems; but they are solved through an insight into the workings of our language, and that in such a way that these workings are recognized — despite an urge to misunderstand them. The problems are solved, not through the contribution of new knowledge, rather through the arrangement of things long familiar. Philosophy is a struggle against the bewitchment of our understanding by the resources of our language — Ludwig Wittgenstein
Come see us at The Official Paul Bunyan Show Friday October 5 - Sunday October 7 at the Guernsey County Fairgrounds in Cambridge, OH. If you ever wanted to own one of our beautiful hand crafted barn wood pieces we will have a ton of furniture on hand & will be running special show pricing!