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June 23, 2008

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Good God, you are making me crazy...thank goodness we are headed to Orleans on Friday night--for just over a week. Hope the weather is like what you had!

That fried clam photo just made the involuntary drool mechanism kick in. Those look luscious.

Ah, the good old Limulus Amebocyte Lysate test (better known as the Pyrogen or Endotoxin Test). If I only had a dollar...... Even did a podium presentation on an industry wide entotoxin survey we did for the Parenteral Drug Association (PDA) back in 1990 or 91 when I was a callow youth of 4.....32.

Interesting with the horseshoe crab! Hope the scientists can make it artificially soon so the crabs may survive.

Also, I like Aunt Kathy's watercolor very much!

What? Another visit to the Cape and you didn't even stop by to say hello?

I know I haven't been commenting as much as I used to, but I can change. Really, I can.

Andrea: Well, in that case, we're coming down again in mid-July. Shall we meet up?

Marianne: She's very talented. I love her style. As for the crabs, they actually set them free again after the blood donation.

Dad: And here I had no idea.

Lisapeet: Words cannot express, but luscious is a good start.

Bumblebutton: Enjoy! Have a sour cream doughnut from The Hole for me.

Went to the website. Arnold's looks like a place I would LOVE. I wish I was there right now. Glad you had a nice time!

Ahh, the Cap'n's Basket. Is there no better frutti di mare?

Interesting about the horseshoe crab blood. We humans always tinker too much.

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