Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by Slick50, Feb 9, 2018.
It’s a tough topic, but educational. Only the truly stubborn will continue to venture in.
I had a feeling that you and I might have something in common. For the longest time, I had a case of Pennzoil two-stroke oil from the early 1970's. I eventually used that case up, bottle by bottle. Took me a really long time to do so. No problems or issues.
The bottles looked like this:
It available at most stations and we only have one place to buy gas in my little podunk town, been filling up and buying milk from that place since 78, same owner.
Betcha they know you by name...........
I got lost in Auburn once, on my way to Grass Valley....LOL
Auburn is down the hill from me, about 40 min drive, I’m on the Foresthill divide. My son lives in Grass Valley, so does half of the people escaping the Bay Area.
Yes they do, but everyone up here has nick names, so a few know my given name, I go by Grizz.
You guys still talking about America?
Up the Foresthill road? I was on my way back from Lake Tahoe, crossed through Placerville on up to Auburn on my way to see a codgey ole fella over in Grass Valley.
I’m 25 miles up Foresthill Rd in an old mining town called Michigan Bluff, my property borders an old hydraulic mine called Big Gun, millions of dollars in gold were taken out of the surrounding property back in the early gold rush. I’ve found many bottles from the gold rush era on my place, never found any gold though. My wife and I feel blessed to be where we are, million dollar view far from the crowd.
You got it, awesome views from up there and not overly crowded. Not far from Placerville , early gold rush area, Hangtown Creek, Dry Diggings.
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