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  1. Backyard Lumberjack

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    lol; good one!
     
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    hi ray. rained here, too last nite... but mostly was just passing thru showers. 2 maybe 3. I heard them. suddenly whoosh and rains. then gone. thot mite be real wet out when walking pups for midnite strolls... but nope. just enuff to coax my 15-5-10 and 13-13-13 :D
     
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    hi SWH - kind'a wonder what he was or is going to plant? I do like his farm! he is a growing kinda guy! well, imo...
     
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    hmm :popcorn2: might have to look that one up! :rolleyes:
     
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    Good evening Todd: Same for you. I get a lil better day by day.
     
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    Rough Spring. Hope it's not an indication of what fall will be.:eek: Tornado Alley
     
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    Good Afternoon, GMcir's...

    well, all caught up! and :drinkingcoffee:gone, as well... so I best foller suit!

    87f out bit past noon, here. fast on way to 90's... 91f is the high...
    Precipitation: 40%
    Wind: 5 MPH
    Humidity: 69%

    a fav item of mine are my rubber boots. when wet out, weed wacking and running/cutting with :chainsaw:. Wellingtons over in the UK. u never see a pix of a farmer or one at his farm in UK w/o his Wellington's on. grasses can be quite wet up at my farm in the mornings... or if rain. I don't like wet shoes! :cool: I hate it when my boots spring a leak. past pair from Amazon. $17 and some change. steeled toed, too. good for farwood work. now couple years later, sprung a leak. ... $22 and some change. :envy::nofunny:! so the QB orders me a new pair. can still use old ones, but not on wet grass or in any water. and I have some water work to do up at farm... and do not want to get wet. she is at g/k's... :D and calls. says got a pkge from Amazon coming this afternoon. oic, what? something! ~ [lol] then says ur new boots. well, I do need them, but I had mentioned hold off til we have enuff credits. at least to bust up that inflation price! so that was the plan.

    she is a bit :happybanana:. says guess how much they cost? Gzz, I dunno?....

    -0- huh? -0-!... had the credits. new steel toed rubber boots for -0- :D

    QB :heart:!

    'over n out!'

    some kids in UK in their Wellington's... farming

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    Ag sources say food prices will begin showing increase this fall, because of all the freezing and flooding in the mid-west this spring. This also affects the beef after thousands of cattle froze to death.
     
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    Wellingtons' were very popular in my highschool days.
    My rubber boots have also sprung a leak . Time for a new pair. Early morning dew is a problem here too.
     
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    Unfamiliar with the spark causing arrangement, so it depends. Wood be a convenient water lifter, if the rain barrel is dry when the grey water is needed to flush toilet.
    I found another reason to not use archer 3/8 x .063 square chisel chain 20190519_140651.jpg
    I was asked about my legs if the chain broke while milling. That was when Josh bird dogged a Pecan IIRC. Had a young man meet me and gave his first milling experience. He posted pics and a skeeredycat asked about what if the chain breaks . This time the chain stopped before coming more than 1/2 way around the bolt for the frame clamp onto the bar. One of my responses. I get lucky sometimes with answers. Doesn't have enough mass to continue. This has been an excessive learning experience, but low cost! Sharpening cut was about it.
    Play safe Folks
     
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    Good evening, Hope everyone had a good day :)
     
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    Good morning Todd,I went last night, Caught a few blue fish.Have a good day my friend :drinkingcoffee:
     
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    Stihl working hard Is it Friday yet

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    Thankyou kind sir :)
     
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    Stihl working hard Is it Friday yet

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    Good evening George great news my friend enjoy :)
     
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    Stihl working hard Is it Friday yet

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    Really good thanks took it out on Saturday for another thrashing got some nice wood going out again this coming weekend 7327A359-F228-435B-8943-55A7BFFF48D9.jpeg
     
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    Stihl working hard Is it Friday yet

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    Good morning AS ers sipping coffee raining outside at the moment very hard hope it clears up before daybreaks. Hope everyone had a great weekend stay safe out there today my friends :hi::drinkingcoffee:
     
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    Stihl working hard Is it Friday yet

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    Certainly did buddy :chainsaw:
     
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    Stihl working hard Is it Friday yet

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    Glad to hear my friend are you anywhere near those tornados that are all over our news:crazy2:
     
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    Any idea of the worth of this milk can? Wonder if it's pure copper or bronze? I don't see any other metals rolled into it on the edges or inside.
    This can is from Brazil & was brought to the U.S. by my wife when she was a stewardess years ago.
     

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