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Old 08-30-2021, 06:55 PM   #89601
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and Tim you could go by and fry fish and manage the supervisors
Nope, was going to cut the grass, lawn tractor wonít start. So I got on the bigger John Deere and commence to bush hog the higher stuff and broke a shear pin. Yep that how thick it was.

Son called and said he might try to get some barb wire stretched since itís cooled down. Itís only 89 in the shade. Yep I feel like Iím home!
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Old 08-30-2021, 08:28 PM   #89602
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You know Wayne you should go by and help Ed lay brick! Better yet help Jackie with the supervisor chore!
Yep! supervisory position is one that i'm used to.

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and Tim you could go by and fry fish and manage the supervisors
I'm not sure I can take any more of that fish market fish.

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Nope, was going to cut the grass, lawn tractor wonít start. So I got on the bigger John Deere and commence to bush hog the higher stuff and broke a shear pin. Yep that how thick it was.

Son called and said he might try to get some barb wire stretched since itís cooled down. Itís only 89 in the shade. Yep I feel like Iím home!
So you broke the lawn tractor, then you run over stumps with the John Deere and break a shear pin, then you son mentioned pulling barbed wire and you have to wait for shade. Wow!
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Old 08-30-2021, 09:19 PM   #89603
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I didn’t even mention that I had a tree blow down this past week. It’s always sumptin.
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Old 08-30-2021, 09:26 PM   #89604
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I didnít even mention that I had a tree blow down this past week. Itís always sumptin.
am I the only one that has notice that the common denominator is Tim?
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Old 08-30-2021, 10:13 PM   #89605
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am I the only one that has notice that the common denominator is Tim?
Nothing common about Tim!

Kevin, do you know how to run a chainsaw?
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Nothing common about Tim!

Kevin, do you know how to run a chainsaw?
yes and I have poison ivy on both arms from using one yesterday
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yes and I have poison ivy on both arms from using one yesterday
Kevan, don't know how to tell you this but a chain saw is just way too big for poison ivy. That's a weed wacker job.
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Kevan, don't know how to tell you this but a chain saw is just way too big for poison ivy. That's a weed wacker job.
Moose, I was actually cutting the tree down that the Ivy was wrapped around.
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Moose, I was actually cutting the tree down that the Ivy was wrapped around.
Have you heard of Technu? They sell a scrub you wash with after working around poison ivy. Also some creams if you do get a rash.

I highly recommend the stuff.
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I didnít even mention that I had a tree blow down this past week. Itís always sumptin.


Was this tree a relative of your Jumping Tree?
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Have you heard of Technu? They sell a scrub you wash with after working around poison ivy. Also some creams if you do get a rash.

I highly recommend the stuff.
I will get it today, thank you very much
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yes and I have poison ivy on both arms from using one yesterday
Since your already broken out, then Iíll just stand back and watch! You should have that tree finished in no time.

Warning serious comment ahead.
Breaking out from poison ivy is due to contact with a fine clear oil on the plant. If this was a thick colored oil like motor oil it would be muck easier to notice but itís not. Once in contact it takes some time before an allergic reaction to start. Washing your exposed skin with soap and water or products like Tecnu will remove the invisible oil before the allergic reaction starts.

Itís important to wash clothing, wipe down tools, gloves and anything that this oil might have been on. Avoiding wiping down your tools could lead to new reactors without even being around new plants.

I treated a lady that kept coming in with a rash on hands, forearms and across her forehead. Turned out she had failed to wash her garden gloves and when she got hot would wipe the sweat from her forehead.

Serious comment over.
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Was this tree a relative of your Jumping Tree?
Distant relative.
It was at other end of driveway. Luckily it fell parallel to driveway. Sadly it took down a Dogwood.
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Old 08-31-2021, 08:37 AM   #89614
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am I the only one that has notice that the common denominator is Tim?
Someone else said it, but please don't call Tim names, like "Common." He's a Pharm boy and it is difficult for him to take those insults from city slickers.

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Moose, I was actually cutting the tree down that the Ivy was wrapped around.
Yep, go ahead Kevan. Try and cover up your screw-up.

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Since your already broken out, then Iíll just stand back and watch! You should have that tree finished in no time.

Warning serious comment ahead.
Breaking out from poison ivy is due to contact with a fine clear oil on the plant. If this was a thick colored oil like motor oil it would be muck easier to notice but itís not. Once in contact it takes some time before an allergic reaction to start. Washing your exposed skin with soap and water or products like Tecnu will remove the invisible oil before the allergic reaction starts.

Itís important to wash clothing, wipe down tools, gloves and anything that this oil might have been on. Avoiding wiping down your tools could lead to new reactors without even being around new plants.

I treated a lady that kept coming in with a rash on hands, forearms and across her forehead. Turned out she had failed to wash her garden gloves and when she got hot would wipe the sweat from her forehead.

Serious comment over.
Very good serious comment but do you really think Kevan will take his yearly bath early?
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