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  1. SawTroll

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    Very sad, I hope she has a speedy and complete recovery!
     
  2. Sagetown

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    Fine Todd: Got to get my saws ready to finish those big sections of gnarly tree trunk. Too cold for me right now. Should warm up quickly .
    Did U put in a hard day ?
     
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    Not so good today feel like I got hit by a bus. Always seem to miss the little colds and get stuck with whatever virus of doom is floating around.
     
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    Morning stihl0:
    What are U grinding? Do U raise your own grain ?
     
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    Last night was shelled corn,soy, and mineral mix for chickens. Yes we raise our own. Soon will be doing a batch for cows but cobbed corn.
     
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    If your playing in slop like that and don't have a winch you should be left behind.
     
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    Good Morning Everyone
    CLOUDY 38°F Feels Like 30°F High 41°F
    Humidity 91%
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    Can't get any better than that.
    We use to grind our own feed for our yearling calves. I still have Dad's old sorghum tank. Thing probably held at least 5,000 gallons of molasses.
     
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    Good mornin neely:hi:. Nary protest
    here. Yeah the folks probaly went to the donut shop in Fairfield we don't have one here:(. How's the new year treating you in D-ville buddy? Have a great day and stay safe my friend.:givebeer:
     
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    :drinkingcoffee: Have a nice evening Todd!

    Not much going on here, but now the sun is back for a few hours a day (but still behind mountains and hills).
     
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    looks like a GMT GTG in the making. i'll bring the farm boss.:happy:
     
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    Forget the farm Loss...bring the big Green Giant
     
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    Good morning all, 33° with a high of 34°, big friging whoop. Animals are fed and watered, humans coffeed and toasted. Bear claws on my feet this AM as we have snow, rain, sleet and freezing rain in today's forecast. Not doing much of anything today, just wait for the weather to get done doing it's thing. Only outside activities planned for today are collect mail, feed chickens and boiler. The wifey advises to stay out of trouble. I like her advice. I'll sit here, drink coffee and eat her fresh fudge. Might even find a movie to entertain ourselves with. Play safe out there.
     
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    Pretty good here so far, No donut shoppe that's awful , I'd send a letter to Washington,maybe they will order one, enjoy your day and be safe also my friend;
     
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    Good morning Larry
    When NAFTA is renegotiated, maybe @Groundman One can send some snow in your direction (not ours).
    I heard there was even going to be a "border adjustment fee" on kittie pix. :eek:
     
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    So whatcha think of this sweet 064/066? IMG_6366-XL.jpg

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    Super chilly 34degrees north of Seattle. Gonna get up to 48 maybe.

    Had mixed results washing the cinder stuff off the truck from those Oregon roads, and whatever they had on sr-14 when most of i-84 was closed.

    Didn't feel like wintering in the Dalles though, three days stuck there was a bit too much like groundhog day for comfort. Lol
     
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