Come on back to the caboose and get a cup of coffee [or sweet ice tea] Part I

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  1. BlueberryhillRR

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    I'M here !!


    Watch out. Chief has the co-ordinates of Tom's house.

    He has predicted snow.

    Chuck
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    :wave: Hi Chuck !:wave: Glad you're here ! See, we gotta' be nice to the Chief! I really don't want a whole bunch of snow this year ! I see he means business too. :D OH, be sure & speak louder tonight, I don't want to miss anything !!:D :D
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    OK !

    So, what's goin' on. Chief put a whammy on Tom.
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    DOUBLE WHAMMY !!
    Not much going on here. Couldn't get carb to work on snow blower. He's going to just junk it now. It's almost 30 years old, but looks real newyet.
  5. BlueberryhillRR

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    UP HERE ON THE HILL, WE ONLY USE....





    PLOWS !!
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    Only have shovels here ! Down low ! Do you have a long driveway ?
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    380 feet to the gravel road that no body plows. Gravel road is

    1400 feet long to the asphalt road, that no body plows. Asphalt

    road is 700 feet to ST. Rt. 821, that no body plows. St. Rt. 821

    is 2 miles from Interstate 77, That no body plows.



    Everybody has a 4 wheel drive.
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    :wave:Chuck, you are out in the Boon docks !! :D
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    Yes, John. After much debate and analizing, we have come to

    the conclusion that, contrary to popular belief, we are definitely out

    in the Boon Docks.

    I had to go to town and lead the UPS truck up here, the first time

    he had a package. Order a pizza for home delivery and you get

    3 cell phone calls for directions.
  10. csxt30

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    :D Very vivid description !:D All kidding aside, I'll bet you really enjoy it though! I know I would !
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    I'll tell you a secret. If you go out in the front or back yard and look in anydirection, all you see is trees and a distant valley. You can run naked in the front yard at high noon and not be seen.


    Don't tell Jim Duda.
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    Gil, the log cars have a great start. :thumb: Sorry the rest of the boys overlook them :cry: Can't wait to see the finished car. :D
  13. csxt30

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    Wow, you mean you don't have any neighbors at all. If you have a fire, they won't even be able to save the basement ! Do you have a pond ?
  14. BlueberryhillRR

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    First off, Gil, I just found your log car post. Sorry, I missed it. Got

    jabbering. That's a good start. I, too, would like to see the finished

    car.

    John, got a neighbor about 700 feet away. Other side of the trees.
    Cute young couple. At least the gal is cute. Love to watch her cut grass
    over the bumpy lawn.
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    I still want to make brass frames & buy trucks & make them , later.
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    Chuck, so you're a grass mower watcher too, huh ? That's a nice hobby !:D Better than just watching the grass grow !
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    Yep, especially if she smiles and waves.

    Hey, John, I don't understand your post on brass frames.
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    Oh, if you look at Toms' cars that carry logs, that he posted a while back, They, I believe are would be real easy to make, hope he can post another pic. of them. re
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    Chuck" in other words they are an open frame type & the logs are held on with chains.
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    The paint is dry[​IMG]
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