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Old 10-06-2018
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Good morning DR....visit from my son and his family last night, supper with my daughter. Good way to start the weekend. Local diner just across the state line been featured in Southern Living magazine has a really great breakfast. Gotta go to the bank anyway so.....The lawnmower is going to be the steed of the day once the dew evaporates. Coffee is ready, y'all come on up
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Sunny 90's today.
Hauled dirt & rock....2 of the drivers think they're in a race cars.....I pulled over at a chicken place and let'em go.
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Good Sunday Morning DR, warm today, but nice right now....Gonna go see my son and his family before they go back north. Supper tonight at Harrison's....lady friend want to eat there. Really good country cooking dive just up the street but Nooooooooo. Oh well, I choose the next round.
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Good Morning DieselRam!!
Yep, still alive.
Busy week hauling sheds.

My new in & out thermometer from kmarts store closing sale says 65 this morning, almost 90 later they say.
Last day of my vacation, but Monday we leave for fairhope, Al. to finalize specs on a new fire apparatus. Back on wednesday.

Trying something different.... 40v cordless electric chain saw...
Lighter, quieter, starts instantly every time. we'll see.

Time for coffee & biscuits while I send in the weeks paperwork.
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Good Morning DieselRam!!
Yep, still alive.
Busy week hauling sheds.

My new in & out thermometer from kmarts store closing sale says 65 this morning, almost 90 later they say.
Last day of my vacation, but Monday we leave for fairhope, Al. to finalize specs on a new fire apparatus. Back on wednesday.

Trying something different.... 40v cordless electric chain saw...
Lighter, quieter, starts instantly every time. we'll see.

Time for coffee & biscuits while I send in the weeks paperwork.
I have been using an electric chain saw for years around the house and up camping. Mine uses a cord, so up in the woods I can cut 100' from the generator.
I still have my gas saw, but don't use it much.
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GOODMORNINGDIESELRAM...Hope the day finds everyone safe, dry, happy, and all trucks are running well with a full tank of fuel. Went to Sportsman's Wearhouse they were giving away free gun locks and lock boxes. Showers today so I'll be checking on my ammo supply for hunting, might do a little reloading for the 45/70 BFR as It's my tool of choice in the brushy areas of S/W Washington.
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The rain is back, just barely above freezing which means more snow in the mountains. Bedroom is done, bathroom needs another coat of paint and it'll be done. Kitchen looks like its been invaded by a hoarder. Moving construction stuff out of the living room and into the blue thing. Starting to look like a home. Should finish the trim work today if it doesn't rain too hard.
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Sunny near 90 today.
Watering the garden with stinky sulfur water, went to Church then went to Clanks where we watched the Browns beat the Patriots. Got to see 2 grandsons too
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I have been using an electric chain saw for years around the house and up camping. Mine uses a cord, so up in the woods I can cut 100' from the generator.
I still have my gas saw, but don't use it much.
I always use a gas chainsaw, because I like the noise, the smell, and dislocating my shoulder trying to start it, why??? Because im a Man!!!
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Good morning DR, Sunday was a blur....visit with my youngest son and his family, supper with the lady friend and then walked off the coconut pie exploring Norris Dam. Watched the newest Jurassic World movie......meh....3 stars at best. Cooling trend this week is the rumor.
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'10 Wildwood 356 SRV
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'98 Oytota Navalon
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