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Discussion in 'Off the Topic Forum' started by KD57, Jul 8, 2009.

  1. joe kool

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    good morning, still foggy
    53 going to 58 heavy rains maybe sun by afternoon
    have a grateful, safe day
     
  2. chipper1

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    Good morning Joe, that could be taken a few ways :drinkingcoffee:lol.
    I'm feeling pretty grateful, grateful it's not raining here, I'd rather have snow :happy:.
    It's above freezing here now, but still seeing some flurries, and they are calling for more snow today and into the morning.
    I don't remember it snowing this late in April, but I forget a lot :yes:.
    Have a blessed day my friend.
     
  3. chipper1

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    Good morning James.
    I wouldn't mind finding a cool little scoot for summer myself, you know a Honda would be high on my list :yes:.
    Is his VTX a 600.
     
  4. chipper1

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    Good morning Mike.
    Can you install a sprinkler system there.
     
  5. chipper1

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    Good morning Kevin.
    I was surprised last night when my wife got a text saying school was closed today, she was like :dancing::D.
     
  6. chipper1

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    Warm and comfy is nice for sure :blob2:.
    Still have a pretty good fire going here, I even brought in a few larger splits as I've been bring a lot of smaller ones in for the shoulder season. The wood rack is pretty well stocked for spring temps, not for below freezing lol.
     
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    Good morning all, 32° at chores time and a bit frosty out. 20180416_101236.jpg
    Everything is covered in ice. Ground is a bit crunchy and crusty. It is raining at the moment and going to last most of the day. Guess I'm playing house husband today. My good neighbor/stolen adopted son and wife came over with a 19lb. turkey on friday and asked if Wifey would mind cooking it and sharing a dinner with us. So we had an early Thanksgiving dinner in April this year. Nobody had plans to do anything constructive/destructive for the day so we had a nice meal and left overs planned for today (my favorite kind of meal). Crappy weather stays with us until Wednesday, so we're cabin bound. I ain't playing in this mess. I slipped once going to the barn and knocked myself out for a bit, no thank you. I'll see what kind of trouble I can get into on youtube instead. There's always ideas on there to perk up my creative mode. I've already made some tools for the RAS and for the router and table saw. But now I think I need a fixed sander disc. I have some motors under the work bench and some scrap plywood to play with. Yes dear, I'll be safe, just let me put my skates on. She worries so. Play safe out there.
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    And a beautiful snowy morning to all as I sip a cup of coffee contemplating today's activities.

    Couldn't agree more on duck dynasty, at least they're not pretending to be something they're not. On the other hand the series "Alaska the final frontier" wants you to believe the Kilcher family may not survive the winter because they're in the middle of nowhere. Fake fake fake, there's a grocery store within walking distance and the town of Homer is only a few miles away complete with a McDonald's, a bakery shop and hardware store. Plus they're all millionaires and the singer Jewel is they're daughter. How I ask, how will they ever survive??? :eek:

    Ok I'm done ranting time for more coffee. Screenshot_2018-04-16-09-28-18-1.png Screenshot_2018-04-16-09-57-12-1.png
     
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    What a long strange trip it's been. :crazy:
     
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    i like you my friend survived the 60's.:rolleyes:
     
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    I liked......now I will give you super..super like !
     
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    Don't tell anybody.....but steve is travelin...:laugh:
     
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    Well now ya got me blushing.:omg:
     
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    The more you water it the more work you have.
     
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    yep. my buddy complains about mowing all the time ...................after he spent bookoo bucks on lawn fertilizer. :crazy2:
     
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    Freezing rain suks!
     
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    maybe I'll actually own an iPhone by then:sweet:
     
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    It's coming down as we speak. I'm amazed the power is still on. we'll see how long it lasts.
     

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