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Old 12-02-2012, 11:13 AM   #1
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What kind of jobs or projects do you have going today?

What kind of jobs or projects are you doing today or over this winter? Post photo's of your jobs so we can see what you are doing if you have any, or just what are you doing today if not working?
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Old 12-02-2012, 03:57 PM   #2
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I am busy tryinh to win the Lotto so I can keep busy buying a new rig. So far I havent had to start the second part.,

If all else fails, I guess we will keep running what we have and jusy be greatfull to have what we have.
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Old 12-02-2012, 04:04 PM   #3
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Made a couple flagpoles and ordered a couple flags today. When the flags arrive I can see where to mount the eye bolts.

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Bought these at HD today...I guess this means I will have to upgrade counter top...then...then.
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Old 12-02-2012, 04:23 PM   #5
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took the old TV's out, measured for new TV's and some shelving. if the weather holds out- and it won't. LOL! I will try to get the shelves built.
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Boy, for a bit there I was beginning to think none was working on anything. Great look-in projects and the photo's help to see whats going on. Keep the jobs coming and let us see what you have been doing with your time.
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Old 12-02-2012, 04:40 PM   #7
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Work outside while its warm enough..

Yesterday and today I decided to change all the 1" seam white gasket materials..many years of use and they showed signs of mold and dirt...

Did over 90 ft total in two days...used some new product to clean up and make the mirrors look better...also installed the new Ford V10 intake conversion...

was 50 deg here today and it felt good to get these things done..next weekend I hope time to install new rear mud flaps and some new shocks all around...

When it gets cold enough...then begin to do some inside stuff...TV conversion..
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Had a half a bottle of wine tonight...had to laugh at that...with the wine it wasn't too hard...good to have such a good friend
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I am a volunteer roving reporter for an NPO that teaches fun science to kids.
I take and produce videos wherever I find fun science while we travel.

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I am a volunteer roving reporter for an NPO that teaches fun science to kids.
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Now that is really cool! Way to go.
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I spent the day cleaning out drawers, cabinets and closets. Getting ready to pack for a winter trip to Parker AZ, can't wait!!!! Leaving Dec 26, coming home April 1. Volunteering for our second winter at a state park in exchange for a campsite.
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