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Old 12-11-2015, 07:19 AM   #3123
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dont know much about mh,s but thought i would throw this out there,,if anyone is interested..----looks like a nice clean beaver to me..
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Old 12-11-2015, 07:40 AM   #3124
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Bap, that looks like the same Mh that I spent a week emailing them back and forth, and they told me it sold, and it turned up in a different part of the country, same scam? Not sure? but it looks exactly the same! Rail!
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Old 12-11-2015, 08:07 AM   #3125
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Morning,
37 degrees feels like 31.
Man-o-man I took a dive last night in the MH,
I am in the hurt bag this Am really stiff and sore.
Any hoo, now they are predicting snow on our departure day. We'll see not to worried about it, can't do anything about it.
Got a few small projects to finish up before we go.
Well once again my team lost last night on Thursday night football 23-20, but they lost to Az so its not hard to take.
I have a couple guys coming to look at the 64 this afternoon, I'll hate to see it go if they take it.
I think I'm going thru my 2nd childhood, a nice 69-70 Mach1 with a 429 Cobra Jet would be real nice or a 69 vette 454 convert would also fit the bill.
Dreaming!!!,
Have a Great Friday and a great weekend,
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Ps bab did it say the asking price?
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Good Morning Gang,
Coffee was good this morning, a little on the cool side for down here around 50*, but warming up to near 80* this afternoon.
Tim,Sorry that you took a spill, you have to watch that stuff. Hope that the snow stays away for your departure, these things are no fun in the slippery.
Bap, pic of that MH looks good, and Rail, you are right too many scam artists out there.
Gordon, have a safe trip back home.
Have a good day all,
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Old 12-11-2015, 10:28 AM   #3127
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BAP - 50' is a long way up. Hang on tight and make sure the ladder is solid.

Tim - hope the dive did not do too much damage and delay the departure. Currently 62 and cloudy.

Does look like a nice coach. What are they asking for it?

Hope everyone had a great day.
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Old 12-11-2015, 12:16 PM   #3128
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Bap when I was 15-16 I worked building houses upstate in NY, I had no problem walking all over 40-50' up then , now not so much! LOL If I used my 40' extention ladder 3 times in 10 years it's alot. I preffer platform lifts or buckets now! Don't think my body could stand falling that far anymore. I'd do it if needed, but I wouldn't like it! Be safe, Bobby
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Old 12-11-2015, 03:25 PM   #3129
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Day has turned out less than stellar. Currently 69 but there is w**d. Worse word than the other w**k. Guys on the dunes love it as it scours out all of the ruts from the sand rails so they can give it again. The weekend will be great for sand but right now we are sitting inside and enjoying a nap soon!
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Old 12-11-2015, 04:44 PM   #3130
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just got in from the roof job,,and fed the horses,,,i will go find the beaver again and get the price and location,,who knows if its legit or not but could find out,,not very close to me but close enough to find out more info..
tim,,,iburophen,,is a must ,,,, hope your ok ...some of the worst falls are simple trips and stumbles,...


i will be back in a little with more info on the beaver !!!
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Old 12-11-2015, 05:14 PM   #3131
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rail,,,pm sent !!!
thanks for the words of caution guy,s ....it is funny how the things we done years ago without even giving it a thought can be a little skethy now,,,lol...a good thing i still like the hights,,but i do hate ladders...lol,---never trusted them i have taken a couple hard rides on them in the past and now i dont think i could bounce right back up and reset the ladder again...lol


everyone have a great evening!!!
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Good Evening All, Tim, Bap, I can attest to not jumping up after a simple fall, we just don't heal as quick, 2yrs ago I fractured my hip falling off a load of steel, not nice, I hear about falls almost everyday on the local scanner here. Gordon, Have a safe trip home, hope you get some snow to play with the tractor, in fact I would give you all mine. Bobby, paint supplies have been increasing steady over the yrs, I'm surprised they haven't legislated water base paint for cars by now, seems that everything that really works well is "bad" for us so we can't have it, or they price it out of reach. Flaggy, elusive sleep seems to be going around, happens to me all the time. Rail, we took a brand new Chevy Equinox for a 2400 mile test drive this week it did very well, except the navigation system went nuts in Virginia and started telling me to make u turns on the interstate then It would shut up had to pull over and figure out how to shut it down, pulled out the ole Garmin and finished the trip. Have a great day all.
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Evenning still drinking my coffee,
Thanks guy's, My pain meds are not even helping. I was sitting on the edge of the couch getting ready to go in the S&B and I dosed off and my shoulder hit the edge of the kitchen counter and my head hit one of the living room chairs. Hoping tomorrow will bring wellness. No it won't stop me from going, I would go if I was in a body cast.

My Doc told me NO more ladders.
I remember at the place I used to work, we were having AC problems on the roof. I had to take the VP up a 20 foot ladder, SHE had a dress and heels on. I got up the ladder and turned around and there she was coming up the ladder right behind me
I'll never forget that.

Terry, that doesn't sound like it was fun.

Gordon, you and the Mrs.'s have a safe trip back home, Don't shovel too much We'll have to get together when you get back to your post...
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year,
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Tim - take care of yourself.

Thanks for the wishes for a safe trip for Janet and I. No shoveling for me. We have a tractor with front end loader and scraper.
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No shoveling for me Tim. We have a tractor with front end loader and scraper.
: these guys are suppose to be crying....

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Hey Tim!

Carefull with the head bump, one of those nearly killed me! Hope you feel better soon.

Mine involved a ladder, but not more than 2 steps up.

Had to cancel my trip up to Minne today,,,, some w--k stuff is going to keep me here.

Hope you get on the road as planned, feeling better with great weather!

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