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Old 09-25-2018
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GOODMORNINGDIESELRAM...after work yesterday I changed the oil in the generator. Need to find a good gutter guy before the rainy season.
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Cloudy 70's with light showers off & on all day.
Hauled lots of mud/dirt & rock until dark. I'm turning in early tonight.
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Good morning DR, Looks like rain and more rain interspersed with thunderstorms. Appreciate the input and the keeping the shady best buddies away is a great idea...…… going to KnoxVegas tomorrow night, memorial for a friend, she will be there so gotta save her a seat.
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Rainy 70's today and guess what, they don't close super dumps for rain. I was hauling stinky sludge and went too fast over a speed bump at the dump....bang and the tailgate flew open, dropping sludge on the paved part of the dump road. I'm very glad it didn't happen on I-24.
After tromping on the sludge then after securing the gate with a chain, I tromped around at the dumpsite in the stinky wet garbage and who knows what else, took the chain off, dumped that load then took the KW to my little shop to do some welding to raise the pads that the gate pins rest on so the gate pins can't drop and slip from the fingers. I got another load of the stinky stuff, put the chain back on "just in case" then took off for the dump. The gate stayed closed but I still had to get out in the goo to take the chain loose. Whatta day....
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GOODMORNINGDIESELRAM... Need to find a good gutter guy before the rainy season.
Why, so you can clean the gutters next year
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Good morning DR, cooler today and rain....high 50's to high 60's. Rumors of sunshine this weekend.
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Why, so you can clean the gutters next year
if I get new gutters every year I never need to clean them
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GOODMORNINGDIESELRAM...Yesterday I hade a thought...For the life of me I can't remember it. Beers withhold friends after work today.
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Now on facebook
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Rainy 60's this morning....no dumptrucking so I messed with this computer trying to speed it up.
It's a 2007 factory refirb Dell. After the rain quit, I did more welding so the tailgate is supported at the pins and the hinges at the top.
There's algae on the siding of my house so I sprayed bleach on it then just sprayed it with water and it rinsed clean.
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Good morning DR, cool and clearing today....54 now and 73 later. Quite fitting memorial for Stan last night, bagpipes, drums...woodwind orchestra with vocals. He died penniless but left a rich legacy.
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