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Old 05-17-2008, 11:01 PM
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It looks like we might actually get to go to Alamo next weekend
I only have to get a T90A-1 transmission rebuilt (after I remove it from the Jeep I am getting Sunday) clutch on a '98 mustang 5.0L, steering problem on a 2000 PSD and get the fuel tank in the boat, starter solenoid on the boat, and all the usual spring maintenance on the boat. oh yeah i still have a regular job! might have to be sick Friday eh'
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Sounds like you have a busy week ahead of you! Hope you get it all done so you can go fishing!!!!
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Let us know how Alamo is. Been planning on getting back down there before it got to hot, but I think it might be to late for that.
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Let us know how Alamo is. Been planning on getting back down there before it got to hot, but I think it might be to late for that.
you say might be too hot! your in Lake havasu it don't get much hotter than that
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It looks like we might actually get to go to Alamo next weekend
I only have to get a T90A-1 transmission rebuilt (after I remove it from the Jeep I am getting Sunday) clutch on a '98 mustang 5.0L, steering problem on a 2000 PSD and get the fuel tank in the boat, starter solenoid on the boat, and all the usual spring maintenance on the boat. oh yeah i still have a regular job! might have to be sick Friday eh'
Ya know, if you slack off anymore, you want feel like doing anything!!

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you say might be too hot! your in Lake havasu it don't get much hotter than that

Thats right, so why would I going camping and fishing where it was hot also. This time of the year I head north. Have a great spot in Beaver UT and some hidden ones around the Flagstaff area, that nobody goes to.
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