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  1. Karla

    Karla Addicted to ArboristSite

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    Too funny, but me too, I can't just slow down, I just stop. Too funny. I have been on many diets that way, I just have to make up my mind and then do it.
     
  2. stihlaficionado

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    How many cups for an "acidic state"?

    I've had the flu once in my entire life...must be the Dunkin Donuts Pumpkin Spice:D

    Occasional get colds, but they don't last that long. When the kids were small my wife would get colds
    every other week it seemed
     
  3. Karla

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    Tonight, dinner is a chuck roast that has been simmering in a pot on the stove all day, and smells oh so yummy and its almost ready. Actually just waiting for the potatoes to get done, and then I will mash and whip them up. Oh also a salad on the side, and thats alreasy to go, so it won't be long, maybe 15 minutes.
     
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    Dessert?:sweet:
     
  5. farmer steve

    farmer steve outstanding in my field, 5150

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    hey Mr. Woos. figured you were neck deep in snow and plowing away. hope all is good buddy.
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  6. stihlaficionado

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    Glacial lake etched this sold marble "landscape" in Chile over a period of 6,000 years
     
  7. stihlaficionado

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    G Tronic Man...hmmm.

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  9. stihlaficionado

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    I'm part Ukrainian...
     
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    Dunno, GM, better stick with the 251...an M Tronic may not be your cup-o-joe

    You may find in the Canadian winter that little M Tronic will always be in tune
     
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    The nuts help a lot :).
     
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    evening all. 61* now and the weather dude just said snow friday morning. :omg:[​IMG] spaghetti sauce is simmering and the critters need fed. have a great evening all. :cheers:
    for inquiring minds. Oreos for dessert.
     
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    Seems like one more 3 day blast of winter than it's Spring
     
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  14. Sty57

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    Here you go......my super Hi-tech worm gear puller.
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    1/2"-3/4" reducer with two flats ground out on it.
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    Snowing here now my friend :clap:. Slowly covering the ground:happy:.
    Gotta go get a couple buckets of wood to bring in the house, down to my last 4 pieces of wood in the house :yes:.
     
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    I can have that problem to, I've been told it's the ADD, not sure why anyone would think that :innocent:.
     
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    looks great, so the pipe thread just grabs onto it then.
    Slick Brian:numberone:.
    Did it take much to get it off, or did it pop pretty quick.
    Edit: is that the snap on version:laughing:.
     
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    Yessir Steve we're good over here, finally quit the snowin BS for more than a couple days
     
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    Popped right off, just used an 8" crescent wrenche to tighten up the puller.

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    There case split.....now I can go make some supper.
     
  20. Michigan Escapee

    Michigan Escapee ArboristSite Operative

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    There's maybe 4 dry and warm months, a few of those days in there are over 80, and then people run for their air conditioning. ;)

    After that, you just need sufficient stockpiles of dry socks, beer, and of course industrial strength coffee. Takes a little while to adapt. And maybe trips to the dry side of the mountains every so often. lol!
     

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