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Old 06-28-2006, 06:49 PM
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4th of July plans?

Not entirely sure what mine are, things keep changing as we go... my wife may have to work, covering for others that are getting the time off...joys of the medical profession. I likely will be in the Marengo area, which is the CR - Ia City for those that might not know where that is...
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Old 06-28-2006, 07:22 PM
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Well, since I have the next 6 days off for the holiday, plans vary. Probably spend a few days welding/painting a couple more tree stands. The shop needs cleaned horribly, but who has time for that . Its getting a little over stuffed since I aquired my Dad's '38 pickup with TONS of parts. They need cleaned and organized. Need to work on paint the window trim on the house, but that will depend on the rain. In the end, very little will get done a my pre-teen and 6 month old girls keep me well occupied.

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Old 06-29-2006, 04:17 PM
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I live on a farm so my family from the city comes out every 4th to shoot off big fireworks.

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I have 5 days off, (when I get home later today I will start my little mini vacation at around 10am) so today and possibly tomorrow I will be working on getting the trans back together and in the truck, then sunday is a race at reasoner, monday will be washing the truck after the race and possibly taking it up town for the 4th of july car show, and the 5th will be sit on my rear and do nothing.
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Lets see, saturday i have an employee meeting, Our company got bought out by CURRYS and they want a meet and greet, so got to do that, then i think me and my other riding buddy have to go look at a trike frame, i guess his wife is getting tired of riding on the back and wants a trike to ride. Should be a good winter project. Then sunday night i have to go to green bay and make a delivery monday morning but still get tuesday off, which i will probley ride my new harley some more. Oh yeah thats right i got a new harley, i traded in my dyna roger and got a ROAD KING, the wife likes it better, she doesnt have to sit on the fender anymore lol. Other then that i am still sitting around waiting for my bruises to go away and the cuts to heal.
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Old 07-01-2006, 07:40 AM
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It's looking like I will be staying home, which is just fine by me...
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Old 07-01-2006, 09:21 AM
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My plans are to get rid of the kids to Grandma's house, put another new engine in the race car(Chevy can't handle the pressures a Ford owner puts on them), sit down, relax and drink beer. That's MY plans anyway, my wife probably has the real ones.
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Well my plans all changed yesterday when the parts I ordered for the trans weren't right so I am just going to sit on my tail and do nothing for a couple of days. I should be racing right now but without a trans that is not going to happen, hopefully I can get the piece to the machine shop and get it corrected tomorrow, man I need a better shop and some tools like a lathe, and/or a milling machine.
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Old 07-02-2006, 02:01 PM
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That definitely sucks, I'm not a good spectator myself, be better foir me to be behind the wheel. I tend to get bored watching, but never driving... Must be just kinda chomping at the bit over all that.
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the other workhorse 92 F350 2wd crew cab,3.55 rear axle, 92 6bt Cummins, NV4500
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