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Old 01-22-2006, 10:39 PM
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So where did everyone go to again?

Cat got everyones tounge?

Or is it fingers in a message board?
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PA calling Wva come in wva. hows everything going your way. out
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Old 01-29-2006, 10:15 AM
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WV here Pa....we are plugging along wading through the mud.
No snow so far this year that required putting the plow on the truck, bummer.

How is everything up in Pa?

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Old 01-29-2006, 10:21 AM
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Pa here WV.
we had 1 snow where we had to run the plows, 9 inches. but that was a month or more ago. just been warm and raining here. weirdest weather i've seen for winter in a long time.

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WV here Pa

Well we had 8" back in October but the roads were so warm that it did not lay on them.
The trees still had all the leaves on them and the power outages were everywhere and some of them were over a week long.
Since that one we have never had over an inch on the blacktop here.

Warm then cold then rain then snow then cold.
65 today
15 thursday night
60 tomorrow forcast
35 the day after with snow

wonder why we are all feeling bad

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Old 02-12-2006, 11:49 AM
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PA here WV we got 10 to 11 inches of snow lastnight, i've been out with the snow blower all morning trying to get the driveway cleared. its pretty out but trying to clear a 1/8 mile drive way with a 20 inch snow blower suxks lol

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WV here PA,
We had about 4" on the blacktop and about 6" on the grass.
I was out all night plowing and just got up.
Check your email, you may want to borrow my 460 CID snow blower.
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PA here WV
lmfao, id love to have that thing, id start around 6am, i bet my neighbors for love me LOL

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WV here PA,
What was the movie that the neighbor had a riding mower just like that?
Living in the Burb's or something like that.
I can even see the actor that had the mower, but can't think of his name right now.

Why wait till 6 AM?

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Is there ever a time when WV has a meeting dealing with the WV chapter listed on this site? I am from the Flemington area and would like to hear of other knowledgable diesel heads in the area.
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Old 02-16-2006, 11:22 PM
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crzybowhntr,
Flemington?
Just down the road from me, but your truck is to new.
What do you want to know about diesels?
We had one summer before last, but last year everyone was to busy to have one.
We could never get a date set to have it without someone having to be somewhere else.

Crazz and I had our own meeting at Long John Silvers, but no one else showed.
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Old 02-17-2006, 07:56 PM
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had a good time too lol
we gotta have one this spring even if its just me and Dave again lol.
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Well where we going to meet, neutral territory like Maryland?

I guess Cumberland would be about half way.
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