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Old 03-22-2015, 07:41 AM   #981
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Morning,
Currently +34
Feels like +21
We're @ High for today
Snow 1-3" Today and tonight
Glad I didn't do a change over from sno-blade to mower deck on the Cub

Lynnn, get your slab in? Where ya going to park it?

Tasty coffee, Probable because it's from yesterday!!!!
Watched old Movies yesterday, Been a long time since I have done that. Might have to do it again this afternoon if it snowing. Maybe go watch them in the MH, my brother borrow us the complete first year of "Gladiator" 5 or 6 DVD's or I bought a Complete Library of Alfred Hitchcock Movies 15 years ago that I have never watched.
Decisions, Decisions, But for now I need to refresh my cup.
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Old 03-22-2015, 07:48 AM   #982
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Tim,
Come on guy, don't put any thoughts in her head. Just kidding.
Lynne,
Good luck , and we all hope that this one is the one that is right for you and soon you will be joining us in cruising around this beautiful country.
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Old 03-22-2015, 08:40 AM   #983
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Good morning all, just checking in on the MH saga as I wait on DW to get ready for church! Rainy and gray but in 50s.
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Old 03-22-2015, 09:06 AM   #984
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UPDATE:


Will not hear until sometime tomorrow and then probably back and forth, so there won't be any news really until Friday maybe. Not rushing this one after my last fiasco.


Parking slab? It was suggested (here) that I put it in the yard. Find the spot we want it to sit, dig up where the tires sit, fill with gravel, and put in patio blocks. Since we plan to sell the house at some point, this would allow the new owner's to take the parking slab out without much effort. This is the plan. Will buy a cover for winter and it will stay here. We will need to clean up the outside and it will be easier with it here then at a storage area where they don't allow you to work on it. Also more secure.


So whether this is the one or not, that will be the plan. If we were going to live here the next 20 years we would do the slab and cover, but I think we have maybe 4 yrs.


Otherwise, the sun is out, the day is cool and only warming slightly. I have things to do so will be back later. Have a great one, Lynne
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Old 03-22-2015, 09:30 AM   #985
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Hi All;
Coffee was great this morning. Looking out on the snow falling it will be another indoor day. At least until noon when it is supposed to stop. Then out with the tractor to move some of it around to better places.

Good luck with your bid Lynne. Hope you can get the MH for a fair price. I am with Rail.

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Good morning.
Coffee is hot & tasty (Some of you had better never drink my coffee or else you won't be able to drink that day after stuff. Folgers? Umm, NEVER).

Very cool today, but not anywhere close to snow temps.

Lynne - sounds like you may have found the one. Pulling for you on this one.

Bacon & french toast for breakfast today. Yummm.

Much work to do. Garage sale this weekend. The real thinning begins.

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Did the snow move thing with the tractor. About a foot of snow. More than I thought there was.
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Old 03-23-2015, 05:18 AM   #988
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Good Morning All, 8* here this am brrr hope it warms soon, computer panel on the main heater in the S&B shorted out yesterday, diag it ordered a new one, pulled the heaters from the TH to heat the house, but its not bad it does the job. Have a great day all
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Old 03-23-2015, 05:43 AM   #989
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Morning,
Currently +30
Feels like +22
Going up to the 40dies Today
About 5 inches of snow, kind of pretty out all the tree branches have a few inches on them.
Did What I said I was going too do yesterday watched old movies and caught up on some sleep, I'll take it when I can get it...
Going out to get the Cub going and do some plowing, it's warm enough I might just do some of the neighbors driveway's. The snow look's heavy better fire up the Furnace on the MH to start melting it. I tried the sno-rake last year and was nervous until spring and I found no leaks.
That's it, to early to have much going on.
Oyea the coffee is good and going down.
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Morning all. Coffee and cocoa good this morning. Spent last night in MH, with guard Chihuahua Chico. Parked at sister's about an hour west of Waco. We have a couple of days of warm weather ahead, going to be near 80 today. DW joining us Tuesday afternoon, she had a routine doctor appointment and will pick other two dogs. Our plan is to get to Dallas and camp a few nights at Cedar Hill State Park. Need to run MH in to Cummins and get motor on dyno. Then coming back might stop off a couple of days at Mother Neff State Park. They just did a renew and now have hookups.

Been buying supplies to paint MH. Painting over the dark maroon with a lighter color, selected a sort of aqua, turquoise. Similar to 1955 Chevy Regal Torquoise. Chevy color is metallic and I have not decided whether I want to try and paint metallic again, did not do too well a couple of years ago when I painted my 1985 Nissan King Cab. Tiger stripes. We will see.

Sun is shining. Time to get up and get to work. Great day all.

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Good morning. Coffee is hot and FRESH.

Cool and damp out this morning. Awoke @ 4am for no good reason. Must be all the stuff on my mind.

Getting ready for the sale, the biggest we have ever had to be sure. Our two car garage is stuffed with things going on the block. Hopefully the weather will hold and the turn out will be good. This stuff has got to go one way or another.

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Morning All! Well looks like a fine day to do nothing, rained most of the night and just started raining pretty good again. Hopefully we can get out today and roam around some. Want to get the LP tank filled and check out the appliances, but if not tommorrow is another day! Be well! Bobby
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Morning everyone;
Had a great day yesterday. Had the tractor out and plowed the snow. Used to do it by hand so the tractor is much better. Warm enough to have some of the thin spots start to melt.

Unfortunately predicting snow for the next two days. Only predicting a couple inches. Supposed to be 50 by Friday.

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Good afternoon all,
Bobby joined us for coffee this morning, as he said, rained most of the night and then off and on this morning, supposed to clear up by tonight. Of course it is warm and this is the first rain we have had for over 2 weeks, so the foliage needed it.
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