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Old 09-20-2012, 11:47 PM   #4243
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That must be a big pool Les, if you can fit that boat in there!! He He.
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Old 09-20-2012, 11:50 PM   #4244
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That must be a big pool Les, if you can fit that boat in there!! He He.
Fer cryin out loud!!! Big thumbs! I should have checked what I uploaded. Just sold the boat. Wouldn't fit in the pool! LOL
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Good Kentucky bourbon (Canadian, Irish, Scotch, or Tennessee whiskeys will also work) goes well with my baby back ribs and homemade potato salad.
What? No bacon? Jimmmiiimm....

Update on my pool(8' ring/spa). Apparently I didn't get it as dry as I thought and it developed microscopic mildew holes on the ring. I patched the bigger ones, but it kept leaking. I even tried coating it with "Wet Look" floor finish(told ya I put it on just about anything). It helped, but still leaked slowly. I thought about filling the ring with expanding foam, but after one can, I could tell it would take too many. Then... the pump wore out. Didn't check, but me thinks a new one would have cost more than the pool. The thing only cost $50 from WM, but they didn't sell them this year. Now I have a bunch of left-over chemicals. I miss my ring spa; it was a great way for a quick cool down after a days slaving over a computer keyboard. The water did get up to 90-95s at times during the summer, but it felt good like a spa should. I miss my spa...
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Awww... How cute. Do they make them in adult sizes?

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A mini Hoe. All my neighbours laughed when they saw the company name "Lowes Hoes". They'd snicker and make comments I can't mention.
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Why are there trees growing at angles? Some sort of funny Canadian thing?
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BDF's.

Bacon Directional Finders.
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I tell ya, it's the water!
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Has me thinking twice about taking a sip out of my water bottle next to me.
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BDF's.

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Um, they are all pointing away from the house!
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It only looks that way because everything is backwards in Canada.
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What? No bacon? Jimmmiiimm....

Update on my pool(8' ring/spa). Apparently I didn't get it as dry as I thought and it developed microscopic mildew holes on the ring. I patched the bigger ones, but it kept leaking. I even tried coating it with "Wet Look" floor finish(told ya I put it on just about anything). It helped, but still leaked slowly. I thought about filling the ring with expanding foam, but after one can, I could tell it would take too many. Then... the pump wore out. Didn't check, but me thinks a new one would have cost more than the pool. The thing only cost $50 from WM, but they didn't sell them this year. Now I have a bunch of left-over chemicals. I miss my ring spa; it was a great way for a quick cool down after a days slaving over a computer keyboard. The water did get up to 90-95s at times during the summer, but it felt good like a spa should. I miss my spa...
Dunner you're a genius! I never thought of it. I'll call them "Dunner Ribs" in honor of you. Next rack: bacon wrapped "Dunner Ribs". My neighbors will kill for 'em.

Sorry about your pool. Want me to mail you a gallon of water to wipe on your forehead?
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Um, they are all pointing away from the house!
That's because there's no bacon left in the house.
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