Fishy, fishy, fishy. There was all kinds of fishy stuff happening for this episode, from tasty offshore choices to peculiar bait choices, to the biggest great white in the world and a drunk squirrel. Stop shaking your head and rolling your eyes. Just kick back and enjoy the ride!
Kevin’s a BIG fan of indoor/outdoor weather stations like this one. This wireless weather forecast station with remote sensor is awesome for any tabletop location (not for wall hanging). Now includes auto time / date setting using the WWVB Frequency, which can be displayed in 12/24-hour format. Can also be used as an alarm clock (snooze option).
The weather station includes an AC adapter (It has a battery backup system but the screen works best when using the provided AC adapter) and 1x remote sensor (requires 2 x AA batteries that are not included) which can be used indoors or outdoors. Easily switch between Celcius and Fahrenheit.
Features an adjustable LED Backlight, Indoor and outdoor temperature/humidity display, Moon Phase display and temperature alerts. Data is shown on the stunning color display making it perfect for home or office use.
Indoor thermometer indoor range of 32 F to 122 F and an outdoor range of -4 F to 140 F. Temperature alerts can be easily set. Approximate size: 6.5 x 5 x 1.5 inches (16 x 12 x 3cm)
Weather station feature displays barometric pressure which can be displayed in inHg, mmHg and mb/hPa and trends which are used to predict the weather for the upcoming 8 hours and displays them with 7 weather icons.
Captain Kirk is a huge fan of these wipes to keep all his glass and screens clean.
PERFECT Peel and Eat Shrimp
Go to Fisherman’s Dock and ask for 3 pounds of split, de-veined fresh Mayport shrimp.
You’ll need: Hot old bay seasoning, one fresh vidalia onion, two cans of Salt Life beer. Large Pot with a tight fitting lid (best done outdoors on a burner)
Pour beer, chopped onion and entire small container of chopped old bay into pot. Bring to a raging boil. Add shrimp (make sure they are at room temp!). Put on lid. Shake. Bring back to a raging boil. Shake again. Strain shrimp. Pour into a bowl. Start eating! (Tune in to hear Jeff explain this!)