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Old 02-01-2011, 09:17 AM
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Its February! Start talking!!!

Hi Guys! Whats going on? Nursing classes have be busier than a one legged man in a butt-kicking contest. How about yourselves?
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Busy for sure! The places I've been, and the working conditions have not been real good. I replaced a trailer spindle yesterday afternoon in the rain! 33 degrees and welding while completely soaked is no fun at all! It's also a good way to get shocked!
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Old 02-03-2011, 09:15 AM
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I feel for you John. I hate having to work on vehicles when its cold out. I did my MILs van front brakes the other day and the rears next week. Thank god she has a garage to work in. Thankfully the rain you worked in was the day before all the cold wind we had yesterday or this region would have been screwed.
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Old 02-03-2011, 09:22 AM
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Coming home tuesday evening out U.S. 50 from Seymour, IN the trees were picking up ice. There were a few branches that had already fallen on the road. Yesterday, I was up at Whiteland, IN which is about 10 miles south if Indy, and there was a fair amount of ice up there. Going up, I took IN 44 from Shelbyville, IN over to I-65 then went north 5 miles. Coming home, I took the backroads from Whiteland to I-74, and those roads were all ice. Since it's as flat as a table, I figured if I took my time I'd be all right, which I was.
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need new front shocks. i took a load from town today 50 bushel of crushed corn and molasses mix for the neighbor.
got a little gas on the way in and picked up a wix filter and oil so i could change it i need to get the bed welded on it since it broke a weld on the back corner post of the bed.
got the fuel transfer tank so we don't have to drive to town that was 300 gallons thought it would never stop filling up.

and put a new serpentine belt on the truck that was easy.
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Old 02-04-2011, 11:54 PM
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Hey guys. I been busy at work as well. We are moving down the street to another building they own. They are cheap so we are doing all the work as well as our regular jobs! I got a guy coming tomarrow to buy my bike. Now i will have the extra money to replace my wind shield lol. The rest of it we will be putting into the place down in Sand Gap. John I turned down a great paying rail road car repair job about 15 yrs ago because most of the work was out doors in water puddles. I have no desire to run that many amps laying in water!
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Old 02-06-2011, 11:14 AM
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hey guys, glad you are all doin well. I have been pretty buisy myself but looking for a better job. My department was moved to maysville so now im just kinda floating around and being put where ever thay want. I really dont like that at all. Im looking for a 302 and aod for the ranger and building a pre runner style truck with it. I just need to find a small car to drive for work and stuff while the ranger is apart. Hope ypu all stay warm and take care.
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hey guys, glad you are all doin well. I have been pretty buisy myself but looking for a better job. My department was moved to maysville so now im just kinda floating around and being put where ever thay want. I really dont like that at all. Im looking for a 302 and aod for the ranger and building a pre runner style truck with it. I just need to find a small car to drive for work and stuff while the ranger is apart. Hope ypu all stay warm and take care.
I'm always in Morehead(Rowan county)...We should meet up...

Who's up for a mini meet? Name the place, as long as it's East of Lexington...

Oh and btw, my gf amends the nursing school bit.... Lol

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The next couple months are going to be real busy on the weekends for me. Jeremy (my 7 year old) is playing basketball on saturdays in a church league. Got a brother-in-law getting married in March, and there are things planned about every weekend from now till the wedding. Tried to talk them into a Justice-of-the-Peace wedding, but that didn't fly. All's well here. Just busy.
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Tell them to elope its cheaper! How about that brisk wind that was a blowing around today??? It was tad bit nipply.
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Yes it was. I'm ready for Spring!!!!
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supposedly going to go to 50 degrees around monday... I will believe it when I see it. But if it does I will be taking my little boy to the park so he can attack the swings and slides as he hasn't had a chance to be there in a few months. Oh yeah after I get out of school that is. lol
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I saw 60 by next weekend according to the local weather forecast!!!!!!!!!!
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Today was awesome!!!!!!!!!! It was actually sunny and kinda warm. Wouldn't you know it, I sell my bike and a week later we get a day like this lol.
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