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Old 11-01-2009, 07:50 AM
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November already!

Wow, shows how busy I am, here it is November already... sheesh! Everyone make it through Halloween without much incident?
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Old 11-01-2009, 01:33 PM
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spent half of yesterday racking leaves but otherwise nothing of any real importance.

Yeah hard to believe it's coming onto winter again already. Just got done winterizing the car last week, did the boat back in Sept.
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Old 11-01-2009, 10:34 PM
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+1 on the raking of the leaves...Did that all afternoon following a nice & brisk 100 mile jaunt on the motorcycle in the AM for breakfast. I'm not ready for winter yet.
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Halloween day started out fine getting fence ready for cows while watching the drying bin. Noticed a light smell of smoke and a little later saw a little smoke coming from the bin. Checked under the drying floor and saw flames. We tried to squirt some water on it but since we didn't have a water supply at the bin site, we called the fire department. The 6 fire trucks with firemen sprayed about 500 gallons under the drying floor and had the fire out in no time. Just to be safe, we moved the corn to another drying bin. There was no fire damage to the corn but it sure smelled from smoke. We determined that the stirator augers had hit the floor cutting some holes in it and letting the corn run underneath where it was ignited. No major damage to anything but sure a lot of extra work. We finished emptying the bin at 2:30 Sunday morning. I think that we got a "trick".
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