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55° here in Upstate NY this fine morning, the high temperature is to get up to about 74° today. Supposed to be nice and dry for the next few days which will be nice.

Another busy day yesterday all day and today I am headed up to the gun club first thing this morning to help pour the new floors in our shooting pavilions. With any luck everything will go well. Next up is getting three new benches built and then we have to get a pad poured to mount a clay bird trap on, get our storage shed blocked back up properly, etc.

Have a Wonderful Day Everyone.
 

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Good morning from Salina Utah. 58 here, should be a another hot one as we head towards Denver.
Yesterday was a false alarm with the truck brakes, no repairs needed.
The temperature began dropping off as we got north of St. George UT. Down to the mid 80's.
It's beautiful country here, I love it.
Hope everyone has a blessed day, Ken
 

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Great morning folks

Clear with 60° and the high will get to 80° so we are in store for a real nice day again here near Halfway USA. Rain may get here a near dark. With twilight we get light from about 4:45am until about 10:30pm.

Errands & some rummaging in the morning then yesterday afternoon we cruise to a small get together at a pizza place for some car showing off. I thought for sure the damncow farmer was there.






Today's agenda includes lunch with a couple guys I used to work with. Then wash wax & detail the old Fairlane for another car show this afternoon. I'm sure there will be other mischief throughout the day as well.
 

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Good Morning

63 here in NC Ohio with a chance of rain all weekend. Its getting dry here when southern part of the state is getting most of the rain. Done about four hours of piling more junk from the pole barn with my hired young man. One more day and it will be a all night burn!! Be safe and Prayers to those and country. Mike
 

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morning all. 43 to start, on the way to 84.
Smoke from the forest fires moved into the valley last evening, made of a red sunset, hope it's gone this morning. Fires have gotten huge!
Got the other two hay swathers out of the shed yesterday morning, and the seeder out of the shop. Guess it will be off the tractor as the boss mans' brother is going to help out with his seed spreader since ours is broke down.
Changed oil in the diesel well motor and got a couple sprinklers going. More of that today.
Yesterday morning I dispatched another coyote :D. He was leading a calf of the neighbors off into some brush away from the cows. Damyotes are sure smart, but he stopped to wait for the calf and the 55grain hollow point got there first!
Better get. Have a great day and remember the prayer requests.
GOD BLESS. Dean
 

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Good morning, GoGo. It's 71 in Louisville, going into the low 90s, which would mean we might break a record high for the date.

Should be a fairly light day at work for Mikey, and I think I'll get off around 1 or 2. I'm helping escort a group of Kentucky high school teachers who'll be visiting Humana's main data center here in Louisville. Gotta remember to keep my hands in my pockets and not push any buttons out there. :)

Hoping to go to a big gun show at the Fairgrounds tomorrow. Don''t know of much I need, which means it'll be a good time to stock up on things like primers.

Y'all have a good'n and be safe out there.
 

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good morning folks. TGIF Mikey. It's 60º here and sunny. Slight chance of rain later. I hope to get the widow neighbor's mowed today after work. I don't care if it's squishy or not, it needs it and they're calling for lots of rain on Sunday. Things are really growing up here, besides my garden of course. I did set out tomatoes last evening that were started from seed in early March. Dang things are ony 4-6" high. LOL They just didn't grow. I'm hoping with a little more sun and moisture they take off. I only set out 16 plants this year. More than Sue and I can eat, but I just love them. Looks like we might have 'maters into October if the frost holds off. Of course, we'll be lucky to have any before September.:rolleyes:

Plumber bud got the new well tank installed yesterday, but he didn't do the greatest job. :mad: He moved my whole house filter to the other (downstream) side of the tank, but turned it around where you can't read it. He left it on bypass and his fiddling around with the pipes got gunk moving about. It clogged up the screen on my water softener. That turned into a major PITA resolving. It's 20-some years old, rubber washers are brittle and plastic threads are stripped. He had the new copper line coming in cocked, twisting the connection on the softener. I had to remove a pipe hanger and get it straightened out just to get the softener connected. Of course it leaked several times until I got it "just right". It was dripping yesterday slowly. Seems to have sealed itself up overnight.

Not sure what all's on the agenda this weekend. I took off to go fishing tomorrow and I think they have a full boat. Could take mine out but need to start saving a little $$$. It cost $200 every time I hook up to it.:( I have too much other stuff to do anyway. I'd like to get the boat washed and get a coat or two of wax on it. I still have that huge pile of wood to split and get under roof too. It never ends.

Have a good one.

Charlie
 

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Mornin boys...
60 something here high on RUGER Mt this morning...
Woke up at 1230 hurting with a kidney stone and it
didn't let up til 430. At the Dr office now. Hope she takes a xray to
see how big it is. Ain't ever had to get 1 busted but this 1's special...lol
You all have a gooden today and GOD Bless...


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Morning

Good morning all. It's 77 in Indy heading for low 90s with a bit of humidity and a chance of rain this afternoon. Drove to far-away-exotic Washington, IN early yesterday morning to watch a grandson play in the high school regional golf tourney. He won his sectional tournament and advanced as an individual. He didn't have his A game going yesterday and it turned out to be his last high school tournament. Next year he'll be playing for Vincennes University.

Got the guns all slicked up from the SD trip and tucked away into the gun safes just as I ran out of Wipe Out Accelerator. Thanks for the quick delivery Midsouth.

Might talk Julie into shooting some pistols this afternoon if I don't find a golf game. One never knows.

Have a good day.
 

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Kermit, a buddy had his stones busted up in the water tank thingy. It worked but he felt like he was in the ring with a heavy weight and hands tied behind his back.
He said it still hurt less than the rolling stone.
 

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TDC...
Close to 20 of'em, had the first one at about 18.
Always passed them in a few hours and don't go to
the Dr unless they last longer than normal. Never had
any busted but my sister in law has had several busted.
She had a 13mm and a 7 mm right behind it. We always call
each other when we have one. Guess it helps to talk to somebody
that knows what your going through...lol


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I don't know what to tell you Donnie......WipeOut or a stiff bristle brush. I hate that your bod seems to mfr those l'il gems but soooo glad mine doesn't.
Heading off to Home Depot for some pipe cutting and threading for my portable bench. Getting multiple gallons of 2% at Aldi's for less than a dollah. I'll do 2-3 gal a week.
Missed a Chuck last night around 180-200 with an HMR. Didn't know my come ups so winged it.
I'll laser it today and dial things in for the shorter shots. This is 19-223 or 22-250 territory.
Time to git. Tom out and about. Had a big bowl of cheesey, bacon bitted, egged grits. They wuz gooood.
 
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