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wow I wish I was there with her, sitting in the front seat that is...key on would have been quick...Darwin award indeed....


 
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Dang John, glad your noggen is alright. Good thing you're handy!
 
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Holy moly... what a mess. That would likely put a crimp in my boating season if something like that happened here. I really hope nobody was hurt.
 
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I honestly hope the person is ok and perhaps learned not to try that ever again, but with the amount of stupidity I see like people parking in the middle of an active parking lot makes me wonder…
 
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Holy moly... what a mess. That would likely put a crimp in my boating season if something like that happened here. I really hope nobody was hurt.
Assuming you're talking about the hail, I've only heard of 1 person getting hurt. Broken wrist hit by a hail ball when they went outside to try and move their car.
 
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Glad everyone's okay.

I remember the blizzard of '82 when I lived out there as a youngster (Franktown). Luckily there was no hail, just lots and lots of snow. Woke up Christmas morning to snow drifts covering the doors. We had to dig to get outside.
 
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Glad everyone's okay.

I remember the blizzard of '82 when I lived out there as a youngster (Franktown). Luckily there was no hail, just lots and lots of snow. Woke up Christmas morning to snow drifts covering the doors. We had to dig to get outside.
The irony, I grew up in San Diego(El Cajon) and now live just a stones throw from Franktown.
 
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The irony, I grew up in San Diego(El Cajon) and now live just a stones throw from Franktown.
What are the odds? I live just a stone's throw from El Cajon in Poway. Small world!
 
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This is down right un-canny!! I live in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
 
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This was last night, some strange weather.
 
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This was last night, some strange weather.
The end is near Zach....the end....is near LOLOLOL!! I have seen similar weather behavior in pre-tornadic weather outside of Amarillo. It was scary and NUTS!!!
 
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Mornin's fellas....rainy Sunday here. I'm kinda glad for it. We need the moisture and it means a day inside of rest and relaxation, which I desperately need. Hope all is well with you guys.
 
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfS1Zw36brw

This was last night, some strange weather.
That was rather spooky looking. Other than some ears back I'm surprised that the ponies were so well composed.
 
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Happy Father's Day everyone! Beautiful day back east, but getting really hot later ... Cheers!
 
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Happy father's day fellers. We're having a good trip so far. Wind in Kansas sucked bad. When it was a cross wind you could see the side of the semi truck from behind them, trailers were a good foot to the side from the wind. When it was a headwind i had it floored and egts at 1150-1200 to barely do 55mph. 8mpg sucked.

Then yesterday when we climbed a little hill to see this


Somehow we got 12.0mpg hand calc that tank

Glad we missed the storms by altering our route plans. We're set up over in Moab for a few days now.

Got an abs light staying on when i disconnected the 5er a few minutes ago. I'll run ForScan on it after dinner




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