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Sunny & cool near 50F today.
Installed the 7x.013" Maxstix nozzles today.
Truck comes on pretty good w/55psi boost and exh. temp at 1500F at the end of the run on the Test Hill, 100mph and 36F air temp. Will do some wastegate tweaking and take the next shot when it's middle 50'sF.
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Good morning DR, Monday begins a short work week, tomorrow is hump day and Wednesday is.....well, you know. Did some Thanksgiving Day training over the weekend and I really am off my game. Probably a good thing. Hot section on a Caravan should be here today along with the rest of the parts tomorrow. The Prop? Who knows. Rubber on a 200 making the week very busy. Unusual to be this busy this time of year. I like it.
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Good Morning DieselRam...
A crisp 28 deg this morning. Heaviest frost of the season. What leaves are left will probably drop by noon.
Final inspection on the new home today, electricity tomorrow.
Been powering it in sections with a 2500 watt inverter & the 12 valve.
Got most everything checked out & in place.
Filled the waterbed yesterday. Too cold to sleep on. Plugged the heater in while painting last night to gain a few degrees.

Smokediving today. Looks like a week off otherwise, unless a local delivery comes thru for tomorrow.
Ralph arrives tomorrow thru the weekend.
Deer hunting in the daylight and coyote hunting after dark.
They're getting brave. Steeling mom & dad's dogs food bowl right out of the yard.
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The snow lingered into the evening. Accumulated about 4".
1 this morning and supposed to be mostly clear and cold through the rest of the week.
Follow up appointment on my wrist with the doctor this morning. Then getting ready for my trip down south.
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Sunny 50's today.
Had a good day hauling fill dirt. Most of the driving time was away from the city on the interstate to the country.
I put a little too much Korean red pepper in the Kim-che, it still tastes good, just a little warm.
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I see where Charlie finally died,
https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-...9-murders-dies
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Good morning DR, good bit warmer this morning....40 now, 57* later. Routine of block heater, cardboard box over the windscreen and a little idle time works good.....really should do the heater box.
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Who wants -11 ??? Come get while it's, er, cold.
I'm movin someplace warmer. It's +13 at the new place. Signing tomorrow, if all goes well it's ours on Monday.
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Were having a Pineapple Express dumping heavy rain and warm temperatures ...40mm of rain, whatever that is...cant grasp this metric crap, and weve only had it since 1975. Too late to learn it now.
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Good day, 60ish hauling dirt & rocks, a really good day.
Too late to make a shot at the test hill since it cooled down before quitting time.... should be able to test & tweak T-giving Day.
Worcester sauce really wakes up leftover mac-n-cheese.
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Time to turn so's you don't burn.

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