Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by caleath, Jan 6, 2011.
68 is more likeable to me.
Robin, I just looked back at the " Lobstah boat" pics. Awesome stuff. Nice to see the "run what you brung" crowd.
See in as how we aint got the ocean real close by, rednecks like to do that with diesel trucks around here. Probably dont cost as Much.
Hope to be takin muh ole Sunbird 18' bay boat out this weekend.
She'll still outrun my sons brand new 22' Sea Pro 22' center console. That ole Evinrude 88 special is still stout, even for bein made in 1989.
And ifn you needed a big chunk of granite for an anchor, we gots plenty here. Elberton Georgia bein the "Granite Capitol of the world" an all that.
Pioneerguy, 68 is attainable down here with a home climate control system, but a fleeting thing in nature. Most often seen between late February and (very) early April. After that and til November, its just @$!#& hot.
Sorry, not a place for me, anything over 80F and I am ready to pack it in. Last week I was working on a new composite deck in the direct sun, no breeze and the thermometer showing 101F. Packed it in until the temp fell below 80 later that evening. Have worked full days on the Nevada desert where the temp was over 100 daily, no place for me permanently.
I despise the heat. Probably all those years of baling hay. First year not doing it, I'm happy.
I also got burned up in the hay fields as a younger fella, was even worse storing the hay away up in the barn lofts, loose 4-5 lbs a day which was mostly water.
Oh top of the barn was wicked hot. The weight always always found it's way back. Lol
Why would someone drink a Lite Beer.......ewwww
Well, you know.....it`s Dan and he tries many things.....LOL
Wicked hot and never a breeze, not even moving air back then. Put it away loose for a couple of years just before bailers became the norm. Weight, no problem always returned plus a bit....LOL
Robin remember this picture when loading the Furd.
That would be a pinch to get out of. Bit of an overload fer any half / 3/4 ton.
See , I don't ...
Wicked humid today, and tonight.
Ha Ha Ha! You guys had to be praying when you tried to put that damn truck in drive! Or did it fold before you even moved?
A happy two stroke....oil slowly draining out of the exhaust..
You would have to ask the fellas over at G&R Tree Services...
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