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    Did she get the blue shirt with the backhoe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alphonso View Post


    Did she get the blue shirt with the backhoe?
    Only because it is easier to aim at in sere weather time of year.

    Prolly expect purkle, cometh more green stuff?


    You'd have to know natchrul redheads?


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    Quote Originally Posted by alphonso View Post


    Did she get the blue shirt with the backhoe?
    That is her favorite brush burning hoodie, gets less holes than the nylon stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul39 View Post
    Nice backhoe. Where was it made?

    Where are John Deere Tractors Manufactured? | John Deere Machinefinder

    Some years ago I looked at a Cat bulldozer here in NC, it was made in England.

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    It says "Made in USA Illinois"

    I was at the port of Stockton one time and saw a half dozen D10 Cats in pallet/cage looking things, double stacked, now that was a thing to see, I think they were from England

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    More dirt came while I was gone yesterday, the night before Matt came by and cut the concrete into a variety of sizes I may be able to use in other places, I moved them into the cow pasture/outdoor warehouse. Jo sure had fun, she has been wanting to look under that concrete since she was not much bigger than my shoe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kustomizer View Post
    Jo sure had fun, she has been wanting to look under that concrete since she was not much bigger than my shoe.
    Say what? Last week?


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    Yeah, I think that he said that he wore sumpthing like size 38?
    Had to be some reason she still puts up with him eh?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    Yeah, I think that he said that he wore sumpthing like size 38?
    Had to be some reason she still puts up with him eh?


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    A larger target would make it easier for a gal to nail one foot to the deck and have her way with him, then wind 'im up and leave him spinning in circles wthout damage to the furniture whilst she goes off backhoeing, yes.

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    Yeah, I seen them on the Freedom Train back in '75.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    Yeah, I seen them on the Freedom Train back in '75.
    California locomotive. Left-wingers. Fruits and nuts. Anarchist bomb-throwers. I'm gettin' concerned about you, Ox.

    (But they do have snow up north, so maybe it's okay.)

    edit: Holy shit, that's almost fifty years ago. Somebody's gettin' old

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    Quote Originally Posted by thermite View Post
    Say what? Last week?

    You got me confused, Jo is the brown dog in the first pic, she just turned 2, she looked just like my size 13.5 shoe when I got her.
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    I put one piece of used concrete on a bunch of small gravel and put a tumbler on it running, I pushed the concrete around for a bit as it self leveled.
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    Tomorrow it will become a home for my box pan brake until I get a shop to put it in

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    Quote Originally Posted by kustomizer View Post
    You got me confused, Jo is the brown dog in the first pic, she just turned 2, she looked just like my size 13.5 shoe when I got her.
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    I know who Jo is. She's the riding mechanic for a motorcycle outfit.

    Or maybe the radar officer & weapons director. Nose and teeth thing.

    Bombardier? Dunno. Can dogs can lay land-mines at 60 MPH?
    And yah thought Sparrows were rudely hard on winchell-wipers!



    But sheese! I'm only 5' 10" when being electrocuted, hanged by the heels or neck, with the scoliosis thing, but wear 12 wides!

    Pity I never much took to swimming. Oughta be able to tow skiers?

    I figured your altitude you'd be in adult-dog-sized shoes!


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    I used to swim alot, kept fit too, Sherriff threw mw out of the lake, said I was endangering folks, went to another lake, swam towing a canoe, got threatened with jail time. I may try swimming in the river here though it is a bit cool most of the time, Jo seems to like it, I may be able to get used to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kustomizer View Post
    I may try swimming in the river here though it is a bit cool most of the time, Jo seems to like it, I may be able to get used to it.
    Have a care. Mountain water temps and moving, not still, water? Long absence from it, middle years and later? Jo has more hair. The right kind of layers of it, too. Or so I hope and trust you ain't upholstered quite the same?



    That can actually get FATAL, and all too fast!

    Did us some rafting at one time, the Yough in spring flood, close to here. A mountain in Borneo, not so close. Tougher ones we skipped, but also close. The Gauley and the New River. "Deliverance" had river scenes filmed there. Just not in spring flood!

    Not a good choice for the casual lark.

    Borneo most especialy as small raft, two couples, one guide, and the guide knows this Belgian couple as regulars! World-famous rafters!

    They got bored.

    Flipped the raft ... then taught us how to body-surf the last mile or two of rough water!

    Not bad! Way to Hell and gone easier than someone intentionally trying to DROWN your young a** if at all possible, Army Ranger training..

    ...but then again?

    We were damned near nekkid, not at full combat load and insuring we kept an M-14 DRY ..even if it kilt us!!

    Ranger candidate was useless if he failed the course. M-14 still had value.

    You'd have to know GI accounting?


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    Well, some dummy slowed the progress down by spilling the tumbler but we did get the brake on the slab
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    Ready to go to work, a good use for some of that used concrete. Now I need to find a back-gauge, I think a new one is most of 2K by the time it gets here. We have been spending money like a couple of drunk rednecks so it may be a bit, hopefully I can find one someone took off something.
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    [QUOTE=EmanuelGoldstein;3744100]California locomotive.
    I never knew Lima Ohio was part of California. Must have left before my time.
    The original freedom train in the 1940's was banned from some southern states because they allowed blacks and whites in together. Not like we want them to get ideas like freedom is allowed in the usa and legal.
    Bill D

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    [QUOTE=Bill D;3745718]
    Quote Originally Posted by EmanuelGoldstein View Post
    California locomotive.
    I never knew Lima Ohio was part of California. Must have left before my time.
    The original freedom train in the 1940's was banned from some southern states because they allowed blacks and whites in together. Not like we want them to get ideas like freedom is allowed in the usa and legal.
    Bill D

    I think his California bit was reference to Southern Pacific as owner of the 4449 loco and siblings that ran up and down the coastal routes. I thought it was actually based in Oregon now.

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    Mike started digging today for water, sewer, phone, internet etc, we just might have running water this time next week

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    Quote Originally Posted by kustomizer View Post
    Mike started digging today for water, sewer, phone, internet etc, we just might have running water this time next week
    Aren't you happy you didn't have to shovel it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kustomizer View Post
    It says "Made in USA Illinois"

    I was at the port of Stockton one time and saw a half dozen D10 Cats in pallet/cage looking things, double stacked, now that was a thing to see, I think they were from England
    Why in the world would you ever come to Stockton?��


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