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Old 12-11-2015, 09:31 PM   #3137
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Gordon , was this you ????
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Good Morning, Everyone! Coffee was good this morning!!
Gordon, have a smooth flight, and hope you have a little snow to play with!!
Bap, yes, check out the Beaver, give him a call, and see if it is legit? It is priced to high for me, but if they will take less????? The other one like it was a '94', and priced at 17,000, and had cherry cabinet's, so not the same one!
Tim, you have to be carefull, when sleep/working!!!!!
Terry, I fell off of a load of wood molding when up on top of it tarping it! Lucky for me, the ground was very soft sand!! Still hurt!! That's when I decided to get out of the flatbedding and bought a Dry Van!
Well, have to go, everyone have a great day!! Rail!
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The loader pic was actually taken last Jan 27th.
I was Wallydocking waiting out a blizzard.......
It's a Case 628 with a 14' snow box mounted to the bucket pushing snow up about 16' above the pavement. I nicknamed the rows of snow the Wally Alps.
I gave him a box of donuts and he didn't bury me !!!!

There is no snow here , it's midnight and it's 42* and climbing to 54* tomorrow , just like today ! The ski areas are freaking out but I hope it stays like this till April , like THAT will happen.
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Bought my RV on Tuesday and here I am Saturday morning with a cup of coffee reading forum posts.... you guys gave me my first smile today!
I'm looking forward to many more.
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Old 12-12-2015, 09:11 AM   #3142
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Do tell what did you buy? Pic and more Pic's you'll notice we like Pic's

again,





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How come Mr. Smiley isn't waving any more???
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The loader pic was actually taken last Jan 27th.
I was Wallydocking waiting out a blizzard.......
It's a Case 628 with a 14' snow box mounted to the bucket pushing snow up about 16' above the pavement. I nicknamed the rows of snow the Wally Alps.
I gave him a box of donuts and he didn't bury me !!!!

There is no snow here , it's midnight and it's 42* and climbing to 54* tomorrow , just like today ! The ski areas are freaking out but I hope it stays like this till April , like THAT will happen.
Where were you waiting out the storm.? They are predicting snow Monday, Tuesday into Wednesday here but we are heading out anyway. it's only 2-3 inches so i'll be okay. The PA has good ground clearance but the KarKaddySS and my caddie don't.
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Old 12-12-2015, 09:50 AM   #3144
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Gordon , was this you ????
No - our loader is green and a LOT smaller. I left my heated motorcycle gear home cause we have no cab.

Putting stuff away here. Leave early tomorrow. Supposed to be nice at home.

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Good morning, gang. 61 degrees here, but the coffee is good. Gordon, I mentioned you in a post about finding a motor home, but I should have directed it to Rail. You are brave for returning to the great north country. The weather is freaky warm. We went to a family gathering in December, 1984, and it was minus 18! We can enjoy the warm weather in RV's.
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Bought my RV on Tuesday and here I am Saturday morning with a cup of coffee reading forum posts.... you guys gave me my first smile today!
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I'm with Tim. Would be nice to see pictures of your RV.
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Good morning, gang. 61 degrees here, but the coffee is good. Gordon, I mentioned you in a post about finding a motor home, but I should have directed it to Rail. You are brave for returning to the great north country. The weather is freaky warm. We went to a family gathering in December, 1984, and it was minus 18! We can enjoy the warm weather in RV's.
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Thanks for thinking of us Mike. We have a coach and it is Rail who is looking. With all of us keeping an eye out he is sure to find something that will work for him.
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Its morning somewhere,
Coffee is still brewing,
Plans were to work on the MH till 1 when a guy came to look at the 64.
Then we were going out to my brothers (the one in the motorcycle accident August 12th)To watch the Christmas Holiday train go by. Well you won't believe this, his barn burnt down to the ground. They had to close the Hwy for miles each way for almost 5 hours even had to stop the train service because living out in the country they only have pumper trucks and they have to run back and forth to a fire hydrant miles away then come back. There hose's ran across the train tracks. We didn't get the call until 3 and the fire started around 11-12 so by the time we got there they had it pretty much out. They needed a front end loader to take parts of it down.
All 10 Turkeys saved currently in a neighbor's shed,
Lost 60 Chickens out of 100 (a source of income for them, Eggs) The saved ones are in his double garage.
Saved the 3 horses
Countless bales of hay for said horses lost,
All his Christmas decorations lost.
He is restoring a 30-31 Ford Coup the body is in the barn and it doesn't appear to have any heat damage but its wet and covered in soot.
It's on YouTube under Hwy 55 Barn fire but I can't upload it. its a aerial view.
Bad Year, for him,
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Dang Tim! Thats horrible!

Really sorry to hear that. Glad nobody got hurt or it didn't spread to the house or something. From the pics looks like it was a pretty good size barn?

Sorry for his loss, your right, he probably can't wait for the new year!

We live out in the country,,,, and I worry about the same. I put a pond in so I could have water nearby, its 3 to 400' from the house. It is also nice having the pond.

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Good morning everyone!! Coffee was very good today!
Dang Tim, your brother is surely having a bad year! So sorry for his loss of chickens! Not to mention his barn! Man, I hope this is the last of his bad luck, for sure! Give him my best, and tell him I will be praying for him!
Scrawley, sure glad we could make you smile first thing in the morning!
And, , you will find a bunch of great people on here! Enjoy all the good reading, as you catch up!
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