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Old 01-25-2016, 03:27 PM   #3641
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And here are a few pics of the pickup with the decals on! Happy how it came out! Bobby
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Old 01-25-2016, 03:30 PM   #3642
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Sweet!!!!....looks awesome such depth to the paint!!...that is truely a ride to be proud of...

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Old 01-25-2016, 03:34 PM   #3643
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Boy ,I need a better way to get pics on here, LOL! Ordered the new belts for my snowblower online today from a outfit called v-beltsupply.com, they sold me 6 belts that are Kevlar like the originals for what the mower shop wanted for 2, $50.72 with shipping for 6 belts, I'm good for a few years! They wanted $52 and change plus tax for 2? Have a Great Day All! Bobby PS in case anyone is interested , they also have sheaves, pulleys and all kinds of power transmission stuff!
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Old 01-25-2016, 03:38 PM   #3644
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It's shaping up MK, how are you doing? I am going to have the guy that polished it come over and repolish it as his helper got lazy on the right side, the left side the older guy did looks much better! And we have decided not to paint the bottom of the truck silver like it was originally, so he has to polish the bottom anyway. Can't wait to get it outside and take some pics! Bobby
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Old 01-25-2016, 03:57 PM   #3645
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Lookin Good Bobby: dance:
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Thanx Terry! Hows the shop shaping up?
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Old 01-25-2016, 05:38 PM   #3647
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Bobby, It was clean.........for about a day . Now filled with projects.
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Old 01-25-2016, 11:08 PM   #3648
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Good Morning Everyone! Coffee was very good today!
Woke up to 48* this morning! Glad the mini-split in our bedroom has a heater built in it! The houses over here do not have furnace's, as it rarely get's that cold! Been raining all night and all morning too!! It has not warmed up a bit since this morning, still 48*!!
Tim, the color of the Ford Everest is " Aluminum Metallic" and only a Thailand color, I think? It looks different in every light! In bright sunlight, it looks silver/chrome, in the dark carport, it looks dark grey, with a silver tint! In bright sunlight, it is hard to tell it has a chrome grill, as all of it is gleaming!
Bobby, the truck is looking great! The paint looks very deep!! Glad you got a great deal on the belts!
And, about the waving back thing, if they don't, so be it! After traveling all over the country all my life trucking, I found a lot of guys wave, and a lot don't! I come from rural Illinois, and everyone waves!
I hope everyone has a great day! Rail!
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Goooodmorning all y’all!!!

Morning coffee’s good, I brewed a double pot this morning and poured the excess into a thermos so my buddy and I would have some after-hunt coffee. I got lucky a few months ago and found an old glass lined thermos bottle. It’s sooo much better than those crap stainless steel bottles they make these days, even if it is more fragile.

I’m going to spend the day quail hunting. The season’s winding down and I’m looking for exceptional areas to take a life-long friend who’s flying in from Anchorage next week. He wants to hunt quail so much he’s even bringing his hunting dog along. I don’t want an old friend with that much dedication to leave disappointed!

So it’s a busy morning, I have to pack up my gear, leave Sierra Vista and short-cut through Fort Huachuca to meet my hunting buddy down at Parker Canyon Lake campground. A very long but pretty drive.

I hope everyone here has a good day and stays warm and dry.

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PS Rail, what part of Illinois do you hail from? I grew up in the far Chicago suburbs but was fortunate to go to SIU at Carbondale during its glory days when it won Playboy Magazines prestigious #1 Party School of the Nation three years in a row! Wow, what good times those were!
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Old 01-26-2016, 10:03 AM   #3650
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Good morning;
Cool and windy here today. Excuse number 17 - too windy for good golf. Going anyway.

Hope everyone has a great day.
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Good Late Morning Gang,
Well we are back safe and sound and also fat and happy, lol. Had ice cream enough for all of you that don't indulge in the spirits and drank enough for those that do. Had a really good time. Saying that , am glad to be back home.
Bobby,
Dakota is really looking good, better than new.
Nice pic Goecritter.
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Nice looking ride there, enjoy.
Catch you all later, have a great day all,
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Evening
Having after dinner (spam sandwich's) coffee yum to both.
I didn't do anything today the wind was pretty chilly.
That Dakota is looking really Sharpe. My MH almost shines as brite : :laugh
Any thoughts about ghost flames ?
Had a few more travelers come in today. The rest of the parks are staring to empty out.

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Gordon How was the golf game? I haven't heard anything from that other poster that went to Yuma. How's Friday looking for you and the Mrs??
We have to go too Lake Havasu to the pain clinic to see about our meds on Thursday.
That's about it from my MH...
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Evening
Having after dinner (spam sandwich's) coffee yum to both.
I didn't do anything today the wind was pretty chilly.
That Dakota is looking really Sharpe. My MH almost shines as brite : :laugh
Any thoughts about ghost flames ?
Had a few more travelers come in today. The rest of the parks are staring to empty out.

Rail
did you happen to see that 1999 Fleetwood Discovery 36T
listed on irv2? Wish I had the funds.
Gordon How was the golf game? I haven't heard anything from that other poster that went to Yuma. How's Friday looking for you and the Mrs??
We have to go too Lake Havasu to the pain clinic to see about our meds on Thursday.
That's about it from my MH...
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Hi Tim;
I am good for Friday. Janet is off on a cruise with some of the Red Hats from her chapter.

I would not mind taking a ride up to Quartzite or the coffee will be black and hot at my place if you have a reason to head into Yuma. Your choice.
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Hi Tim;
I am good for Friday. Janet is off on a cruise with some of the Red Hats from her chapter.

I would not mind taking a ride up to Quartzite or the coffee will be black and hot at my place if you have a reason to head into Yuma. Your choice.
Well I was going to try to get my scripts refilled @ Sam's in Yuma and some of the parks but Walgreens has also refilled them. Since I will be in Lake Hasvau I'll just try getting them filled there if you really don't mind the drive. We drink ours Black and hot too.
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