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    Unc is really into social networking


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    Was ok until the water went in
     
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    Must have been "heavy water" as used in the nuclear industry.
     
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    unclemoustache My 'stache is bigger than yours.

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    Water was fine - it was when I had fiddy and one of his snackeys come over for a visit. :crazy2::crazy2:
     
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    Should have used bigger nails, 16p can only hold so much, landscape nails might have been a better choice.

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    That would take some “Fiddy d” (50d) nails to hold up to that abuse. And that’s even questionable...
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    unclemoustache My 'stache is bigger than yours.

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    You're probably right. I thought for sure that hot glue would hold.


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    Duck tape.

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    60d still too small, landscape nails are about 12" long, about 1/4 diameter.

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    Uncle Stash garage door service


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    Hey Stash, is that you? Looks like a good spot for a whole house fan


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    Is that from Chevy Chase vacation?

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    Have had that happen in the shop before. Luckily didn't break the toilet.

    I flooded the place last year, didn't realize the water in the bowl was froze. Flushed it and all hell broke loose!

    Hasn't been an issue the last 2 years. I help out with keeping the stove going, and I setup the toilet to keep flowing water all winter. Yeah it costs a bit for the well pump to run more and it's probably not great on the septic, but it keeps the water line from freezing up.
     

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