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Life is not only time……paradoxically, it is the denial of time!
What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.
When you are down...look up...get up...and don't ever give up....
Hey ya'll. Well, I'm finally moved into Redneck Paradise and some work is slated for the yard and trailer already. The pipes meed replacing in the sink area, replace the wood aound the eaves of the trailer, dig & build a burn pit for the years worth of yard debris. Trim back the pear, fig and blueberrie plants, my grape vines, lemon tree needs trimming and tangerines too. Replace the planks on the side porch, reseal the awning-roof thingy above my porch and fix some misc wiring. While I'm at it I will replace the small light fixture in my room with a nice diamond plate shop light style fixture to match the redneck theme for laughs haha. This is just the beginning & I know it, but being almost 25 and already being a home and land owner I think I am doing good for myself
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dig & build a burn pit for the years worth of yard debris.
Cograts on the new home place.
I dug a 2' deep hole by 4' diameter for my burn pit. I put some large rocks around the top edge to make it look more like a fire pit. Now, when I burn, it's more like a fire in a fire pit rather than a brush burning fire. I think you could get away with it more if it looked like it was a fire for enjoyment rather than a yard clearing brush fire. I know here we have to get a fire permit for a brush fire, but not for a camp fire.
We went yo the rain forest Cafe in Orlando yesterday, then jetted over to Tampa and saw Busch Gardens, Swam with the Manatees today and then went to the beach. Sun burnt, ate too much but having the time of our lives. Heading out for seafood tonight, had prime rib last night and it was the best!!!
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Awesome Chief, I like my Manatee Grilled with Caribbean spices.
If you make down to Ana Marie Island please be sure to go to my Fave Resturant The Sand Bar. I hope it is still there my second Fave in Clearwater closed years ago " The Kapok Tree" . Wherever you end up I hope it is Magical for you guys.
For the rest of us spinning the Wheels of Commerce, we will be Running Down the Dream.
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