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Old 11-26-2013, 06:15 PM   #7057
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Jeff - it's been 3 hours - seen any improvement. Freezer should come down first and as it starts to move - the box to follow.
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Old 11-26-2013, 06:32 PM   #7058
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Tina,

I was born in Sudbury and grew up in the Soo.
I've seen 36" of possible flurries on the ground more than once.
When I was at the steel mill we would snow blow the driveway out to go to work.
Again to leave to go back to work after lunch.
Then at 5:30 again to get back in to the garage.
The daughter and S-I-L live in Campbell River (1 hr 20 minutes away) and they panic like crazy if we decide to visit and its snowing.

BTW how far are you from Magnetawan. When I was a kid we would go to a friends camp not far out of the village to go fishing.
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We have tool bays and grill/cooking bays and all that, but my favorite is the one fore of the stairwell and aft of the front wheel on the starboard side. We call it the wine cellar. This Jose divided case holds a full case of wine and we never go far without it full. Keeping it full is the hard part.
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Old 11-26-2013, 06:34 PM   #7060
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Jeff, I have a brass hammer you can borrow.
great for doing repairs when you are working around explosives, no sparks.
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wow over 65 post just today. we talk a lot/ but they do call it a norcold for a reason. it's not hot nor cold ever. lol
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We have tool bays and grill/cooking bays and all that, but my favorite is the one fore of the stairwell and aft of the front wheel on the starboard side. We call it the wine cellar. This Jose divided case holds a full case of wine and we never go far without it full. Keeping it full is the hard part.
Cool.
A party at your site at the GC should be a call to hit the vinyards near HS.
Woo-hoo!
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Well guys and gals, it's OFFICIAL! At 5 PM PST, 7 PM CST we had 12 more replies to this thread than the next leading contender, "Are you a thread killer". And it only took us 6.5 short months.
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Jeff, I have a brass hammer you can borrow. great for doing repairs when you are working around explosives, no sparks.
I have an 8 lb ball peen named PAT.
As in Permanent Adjusting Tool.
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Do vegetarians burn broccoli or Brussels sprouts candles?
Soy. Good for us IL farmers!

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Soy what Sue, Soy what?
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Attention mutants...

Rv the movie is showing on amc right now!
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Soy what Sue, Soy what?
Oi soy theh! (Or do I have to say beeens?)
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Attention mutants... Rv the movie is showing on amc right now!
I hate to watch the tank dumping scene!

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I'm just trying to think, now who could play Mary and I?

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