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Old 02-08-2012, 07:07 AM
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A mild north Idaho winter?

Bout time! We had been hammered since 08/09 & 10/11 was no picnic
either! 08/09 set an all time record with nearly 9 feet of snow! I even had
to shovel a "run & potty area" for my beagle puppy as he had to "porpoise"
his way thru the snow! That was the same time I worked swingshift & had
to force my way thru 3 feet of snow into my driveway with a failed water
pump! What a pain it was to change-out a poorly rebuilt w/p in those
conditions! (But at least "Ol Mater" got me home)! It has only been towed
twice in it's lifetime thanks to an electrical short & when it threw # 3 rod
@ 289k hardworking miles! My 1982 f-150 4x4 has a 1984 rebuilt 300 ci 6
cyl engine with barely over 50k miles & a wiring replacement!
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Old 02-08-2012, 08:43 AM
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So THAT'S where all the snow went, eh?

We haven't seen hardly any down in these parts - it's gonna be a dry summer...
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Old 02-09-2012, 03:31 PM
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Yes it has been a mild winter...course i hate teaser winters either snow alot or dont...it drives me nuts lol...

Course tje little snow we have had has made it easier to drive my truck with my 13 inch wide tires lol
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Old 02-11-2012, 05:40 AM
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Dislocate your shoulder?

Well I have done that twice when I should have used a "cheater bar"! But,
I have dislocated it twice "Ala" Clint Eastwood style in the movie "Thunder
-bolt & Lightfoot" from 1974 & used a leather belt much the same way to
"fix it"! After that, I bought much larger pipewrenches & cheaterbars!
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I have a torn rotator cuff so i dislocate mine all the time...its quite painful sometimes lol
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