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Hey guys...I got up later than normal. Went out to the shop to play around with my crafty project that was requested. Finished that up and then had a couple visitors needing help with various things. Walked up the the 'craft show' down town to see how things were going there. On the way back home Rosie requested that I make a quilt rack for some friends for Christmas. So I started working on the pieces for that. Worked on that until time to go to church.

Came home and started the grill and grilled some steaks for supper.

Tomorrow our KofC council is doing our annual Beirock sales....I'm guessing that we will make 175 to 200 dozen tomorrow. Starting at 8.

I think that after I deliver the bookcases that are at the finishers place, I am basically done with projects this year. Taking some time to do some things for myself. Supposed to be pretty nice next week, so maybe time for the brake job and shocks on 007.

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Check out the graph of the US population by age and sex. Get the picture?

https://www.census.gov/popclock/?fbcli ... LC0baEpjjctrdJHD4OaTTaBYs



Big surge to make to to 72 then drops off from there. Guess they claim average longevity for men to be around 78 or so. I have to knock off a few years for abuse I've inflicted upon myself. Ah, everyday is a blessing. I know I could go at anytime from natural or unnatural causes. I've lived a good life and look forward to living some more. You never really know what life has in store for you. The only thing I know is I refuse to become a drooling, wheelchair bound, occupant of an elderly facility staring out windows, abandoned to the health care workers, where all my entertainment would come from reading, watching TV and battling with the other inmates. Nah ...... I'm just gonna go for a long winters nap.

Boy. That was pretty uplifting. Wasn't it?

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Slept in till 08:30. Phone rang at 09:15 with Sue asking me for a favor. Meet a customer at the nursery. A good amount of heavy shit to help lift. The office worker showed up to show them a few trees and write the invoice. 2 hours gone out of my day but at least I incorporated filling the fish pond with well water, feeding the duck, fish and cats. Feeling a little strain on my lower right side from lifting heavy trees. Sue doesn't get it when I tell her I'm too old for this crap. I could be in a wheelchair and she would ask if I could just get up for a few minutes and give her a hand. That part of understanding in he brain is turned off. Still, I'm on my official count down to 65. I told her after that I'm doing an extreme minimum for the business. An occasional delivery for a big job. Some animal feedings over there. Drop off a vehicle for maintenance. That kind of stuff. No mas. I'm wrapping up my home projects and after 65 it's gonna be maintenance only. I'm done with starting any new projects. Gonna start acting like the old man that I am. F@(% that 65 is the new 50. 65 is f@(%ing 65 anyway you look at it. I'm hoping to close out the final chapter of my life doing the things I want to do. No extended stays in a retirement home for me. I'll take option b. I figure if I make it another decade that will be an accomplishment. How do you get a ripe old age? One day at a time.

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Chance of rain
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Have a wonderful time..... pick me up a new Sig 45 would ya.....then give it to me for Christmas...... you are the best.....

I am home along today with a credit card and unlimited internet.... this could be dangerous if I wasn't know for my steadfastness and good judgement.... hmmm..... I better call CCA....credit card anonymous so they can get me through this....... Amazon is not your friend...... ok....

I do have to clean up the old 94 chevy sampling truck which is a mud ball right now..... get it ready to store away for the winter..... must put Stabil in everything.....

Have a cool day Guru's.....

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I'M OFF TO TULSA SHOW---

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It's Friday. Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition....

The Suburban lunched it's rear axle... and driveshaft... the front ujoint melted down... and the rear diff bearings went south for the rest of eternity.

I hope to pick it up tomorrow or Monday. Either way, it will be a good job done. All for the sum of about 2 modern car payments.


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Hey guys, I slept in a bit this morning then went straight out to the shop to make a few pieces for the 'craft show" tomorrow. A friend has a couple tables and volunteered to see if he could sell some stuff for me. After getting that done Rosie and I headed to the 'city' for a few things. Got back without a whole lot of time to spare before the game. Just got back from the game, the gym I worked (JV Girls, V Girls and V Boys) we won all three games......A good start to the season.


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Absolutely beautiful day today so I was outside instead of inside cleaning. Slept in then went to town to goof off. Same deal lined up for tomorrow.
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Once I got my eyes opened I saw I had a busy day ahead of me. This is how I feel when I first wake up.

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GOOD MORNING JOHN---

SOUNDS LIKE YOU'VE GOT ENOUGH TO KEEP BUSY TODAY.

IT'S CLOUDY, COOL, AND BREEZY IN THE NATIONS THIS MORNING; NO SUN, BUT AT LEAST NO RAIN. SAMURAI SAM AND I WILL BE SETTING UP FOR A SMALL GUNSHOW IN TULSA THIS AFTERNOON.

MADE A PASS THRU OUR "FAMILY JEWELLERY STORE" AND FINISHED UP CHRISTMAS FOR THE CLANSWOMEN. IT NOT BE CHEAP! PROBLEM IS I FORGOT #3 GRANDSON'S GIRLFRIEND. HAVE TO GET SOMETHING FOR HER. THEIR PLANS FOR CHRISTMAS WITH HER FAMILY IN MEXICO FELL THROUGH. CAN'T SAY I'M SAD ABOUT THAT, CONSIDERING THE WAY THINGS ARE SOUTH OF THE REO THESE DAYS.

I'LL GET DARLING WIFE ANOTHER SPA PASS, SHE REALLY LIKED THE ONE I GOT HER LAST YEAR.

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Good morning, all.

Working from home today. My calendar says "content creation." That means a ton of emails, a lot of estimates in Excel, and one presentation.


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Another busy day. I finished up the trim on the cabinets and delivered them to the finisher, then stopped by the kitchen remodel and did a little polishing of the tops where I had to glue two pieces together. Then home to work on a couple things in the shop. An acquaintance called and asked if he could come over and talk to me about ordering some lumber. So we got his lumber ordered and then asked me about my CNC and cutting some pieces for him...so I ended up spending a couple hours with him cutting his parts. He told me what I did in an hour (actual cutting time) would have taken him all day.

I have an advisory meeting for the shop class at school this evening. So my evening is planned.

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Tee your evening yesterday sounds like literally every single thing I try to do during the course of a day.
Cloudy, cooler and dreary here today and will be the whole weekend. Depression will surely spike. Hints of snow Tuesday, sure hope that falls through. And falls someplace else.
I'm calling it done for my day, although I'll stay here to take calls or walk ins. Working on a pool company's fleet and cannot seem to make them happy. Owner wants one thing, his 'design lady' that works for him wants another. Not sure why she's called that, she can't do design work she says. WTF? Mkay. well, whoever it is that I have to please, let that be the only person I have to deal with. Simplify things.

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I'm having a great day.....thanks......

brakes went out on the old 94 Cheby mean green sampling machine...... had to take the back roads into town....it had some brakes but not much....the wrong peddle was going to the metal..... they have not called yet so must be worse than I thought....

have a very pleasant day Guru's.....

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Good Afternoon CGs!

A little cooler today but not bad in the sun. Temps will start dropping shortly. No snow, so no complaints.

Hope everyone has a great day!

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Good morning, all.

Cold but gorgeous today.


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HI T & T---

IT'S OVERCAST AND COOL IN THE NATIONS THIS MORNING, NOT MUCH WIND. 65 DEGREE HIGH PREDICTED BUT NO SUN.

NOTHING ON THE AGENDA TODAY, A LITTLE CLEAN UP DUE ON THE BUMBLEBEE. THE BREAK PROBLEM DID NOT REOCCUR. THE WRENCHMEISTER'S THEORY OF WHAT HAPPENED IS NOT CONVINCING, BUT THE PRICE WAS RIGHT: FREE :-) I REALLY HATE THESE RANDOM, INTERMITTENT THINGS THAT CAN'T BE DIAGNOSED. YOU KEEP WONDERING WHEN THEY ARE GOING TO HAPPEN AGAIN.

GOT THE HIGH END PELLETS FOR THE NEW AIR GUN, SO I'LL HAVE TO RE-ZERO IT. NICE TO BE ABLE TO DO THAT ON THE PATIO RATHER THAN A HALF HOUR DRIVE TO THE RANGE.


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Not much yet this morning. I'm headed to the shop to finish up a few things. A chilly start, 24 now, but headed to the mid 50s.


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Cool, crisp,sunny day. Supposed to return to normal warmer temps tomorrow. I started caulking the inside of the bathroom yesterday. Got most of the storage room done. Plumber might be coming by to hook up the replaced defective pressure tank. Plenty to do. Just need my back to cooperate. This is really good driving weather. (sigh)

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Morning guys...

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Hey guys.... been another busy day. Installed the microwave, oven and dishwasher (minus the actual plumbing hook ups, I drilled holes in the cabinet sides to feed the hoses, connected the electrical) Then in the afternoon I thought I'd get a chance to work on those cabinets and just barely got started , when Rosie calls me.... "Will you be able to go down to the lumber yard and get their fork lift to take a refrigerator off the FedEx truck?" "Sure, when is it going to be here?" "It's sitting in the alley now waiting for you...." Well, F@*K. So I jump in the pickup and run down to the lumberyard and tell them I need the fork... "The keys are in it." So I park the pickup and go try and start the fork.....rhuh, rhuh, rhuuuuh, The freaking battery is dead...sh!t. So I go back in and ask them about jumping it, "Sure! But we don't have jumpers." "That's OK, I do." So I get back in the pickup and pull around where the fork is and it takes us about 10 minutes to FIND the battery and another freaking 10 minutes to wrangle the cables around to where we can actually hook them up. Rur, rur, rur....still no start. About that time the owner pulls up and wonders what we are doing (he's been gone for lunch). "well." he says, "we need some starting fluid." so off he goes to find starting fluid, I try again and it almost wants to start, he comes back (without any starting fluid) and says "Did you hod the glow plug button down?" "No, it is 54 degrees, does it need to have that done?" "Well, that' what happens when it gets cold." I hold the glow plug button down for a little bit, and it fires up. I drive across town and, thankfully the FedEx guy is waiting patiently. I get it unloaded, set it down where Rosie wants it by the back door and I head back......well, basically it took a freaking hour to do what should have been a 10 minute job. Back to the shop and I actually get the cabinets ready to go out to the finisher by 5:30 pm

I'll take those out tomorrow.

Didn't get as warm as they said today, but it was still pretty nice for the first part of December.

Time for bed.

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This is the post that I referenced above for the cabinet, the page I saw it on was a group I"m in (Mid Century Modern). It was shared from a Habitat for Humanity site. The HFH site post links the creator's FB page as well: https://www.facebook.com/ComoxValleyReStore/posts/1756750481124827

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It was originally a standing dining room China cabinet / buffet. They either separated it (if two pieces) or cut it in half. Bottom got a counter top, top was hung on the wall.

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This is the post that I referenced above for the cabinet, the page I saw it on was a group I"m in (Mid Century Modern). It was shared from a Habitat for Humanity site. The HFH site post links the creator's FB page as well:

https://www.facebook.com/ComoxValleyReStore/posts/1756750481124827

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This looks cool to me. Re-purposed hutch.

Furniture people, please explain. I would have walked on by this without noticing anything unusual.



It was originally a standing dining room China cabinet / buffet. They either separated it (if two pieces) or cut it in half. Bottom got a counter top, top was hung on the wall.

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This looks cool to me. Re-purposed hutch.

Furniture people, please explain. I would have walked on by this without noticing anything unusual.


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Don't dig snakes no matter what they are. Lucky she didn't get bit, would've required a change in pants for me after however.
Tommy, I just saw that hutch posted on FB. It was a hutch that was a two-part unit they hung one and put the other on the floor and did to match other cabinets. I love the idea. I'm needing a small china type cabinet currently and this is a good idea for me provided what I find I can get finished to match the rest. Otherwise it would have to be a unique stand-alone piece.
Nice out here today, currently in the middle of a radio live remote but that's for the tint side, not me so all is quiet over here.
Have a good day!

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LOOKS REALLY GOOD TO ME ALSO. MAYBE SOMETHING FOR TEE TO TRY---

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Yesterday a friend ours was out looking for a few photo opportunities. She was out in a farmers field and one of the workers told her she could get a nice sunset shot if she climbed the berm at the end of the field. It overlooks the everglades. As she ascended the hill she slipped and fell. She grabbed a couple of tree branches and struggled
to her feet. Looking down she noticed a snake curled near where he face had just been. At first she thought she had encountered a Burmese Python. She took a pic and sent it out to her friends. One of her viewers messaged back. "Get the f@(% out of there. That's a rattler." which in fact it was. We all chided her and told her she was lucky she didn't get bit. She was out in the middle of nowhere and if they had to come get her they probably would have had to send a helicopter. Turns out it was a Pygmy Rattler. My biologist neighbor had just posted the day before that the Eastern Diamondback Rattlers are out in force right now. Guess I won't be doing any trail walks anytime soon. ;)


THE PYGMIES HAVE A PARTICULARLY VIRULENT VENOM. ONE OF BIG DAUGHTER'S FRIEND'S DAUGHTER STEPPED ON ONE ON THEIR BACK STEP AND GOT BIT. THEY HAD A HARD TIME FINDING THE PROPER ANTIVENOM FOR HER. NO LASTING ILL EFFECTS. I TOLD THE GIRL TO BE SURE AND WEAR BOOTS WHEN SHE WENT STOMPING RATTLESNAKES. SHE PROMISED SHE WOULD :-)

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Good Morning fellow travelers...... sun is out and I am headed out to work in the fields before it gets to muddy..... ground is froze a bit now so not so muddy....

not much else to report.... more later as it develops...... have a nice day Guru's.....

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This looks cool to me. Re-purposed hutch.


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CLEAR AND COLD IN THE NATIONS THIS MORNING, I'M OFF TO TAHLEQUAH FOR A HAIRCUT---

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Yesterday a friend ours was out looking for a few photo opportunities. She was out in a farmers field and one of the workers told her she could get a nice sunset shot if she climbed the berm at the end of the field. It overlooks the everglades. As she ascended the hill she slipped and fell. She grabbed a couple of tree branches and struggled
to her feet. Looking down she noticed a snake curled near where he face had just been. At first she thought she had encountered a Burmese Python. She took a pic and sent it out to her friends. One of her viewers messaged back. "Get the f@(% out of there. That's a rattler." which in fact it was. We all chided her and told her she was lucky she didn't get bit. She was out in the middle of nowhere and if they had to come get her they probably would have had to send a helicopter. Turns out it was a Pygmy Rattler. My biologist neighbor had just posted the day before that the Eastern Diamondback Rattlers are out in force right now. Guess I won't be doing any trail walks anytime soon. ;)

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Sorry to hear about your microwave / electrical fiasco there TB. But hey, at least it wasn't plumbing.

I had a day full of errands and what-nots today.

The wife and I went to the cell phone store because we are finally caving in and getting a cell phone for the oldest. She is 11 now. The in-laws said they would buy her the actual phone for Xmas. So we got to the store and they were having a good promo. Since we were adding a line she got a $250 phone for free. We also got to add a second line that is absolutely free on the plan. We weren't planning on it but we know we will get a phone for the other rugrat next year. The sales guy was really nice and explained everything to us. He told us it was a good idea to get it now and even if it's just it's in the box it's not costing us anything. Basically you get a SIM card that is activated and when you are ready to use it just pop it in the phone.

Hope everyone had a great day!

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Went with Sue to her doctors appointment. Sue got her stitches. I picked up the S-10 from the shop and had new front tires and an alignment done on the box truck. 2 stops for that one. Got home around 02:30 PM. What else could I do but take a nap. 48 low 68 high today. Florida winter.

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Snowstorms are like snakes, a good one is somewhere else.
Sunny here today and a bit warmer. naturally, since Im in the office. Turning out not to be the slow day I'd hoped for. Feel like I'm getting a cold. No time for that.
Got in and out of the foot surgeon's office yesterday pretty quick, stitches out and no boot (week early) provided I'm 'safe' with it. Rocking the Birkenstocks with socks today.
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Keep those funnys coming Gris.....I post them elsewhere....

Upper 40's here today....was out soil testing until it got to greasy on top.... go out early when it is still froze a bit and come in about noon looks like the next few days....

have a day Guru's...

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AND THAT'S THE VERY BEST KIND OF SNOW STORM.

SEMI-SUNNY AND COOL IN THE NATIONS, A GOOD DAY TO WORK OUTSIDE, IF ONE WERE SO INCLINED. ME, I'M ON THE LEVEL AND AT REST ENJOYING MY INERTIA.

GOT #3 GRANDSON HERE TODAY WAITING WHILE A BED IS INSTALLED ON HIS DAD'S FARM TRUCK. HE IS CURRENTLY BEING INTERROGATED BY DARLING WIFE ABOUT HIS BRAZIL STAY AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN HIS LIFE :-)

HIS MEXICAN CHRISTMAS HAS FALLEN THROUGH, SO HE'LL BE HOME TILL OSU STARTS BACK UP IN JANUARY. THAT'S A GOOD THING, HE'S A VERY HANDY GUY TO HAVE AROUND.


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Good morning, all.

Our snowstorm yesterday was a big nothing.


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Can't seem to get motivated. Got up at normal time, but haven't done much since then. I need to go out to the shop and work on the cabinets I got yesterday. They need to go to the finisher ASAP.

Sunny and chilly here, 28 now, and headed toward the low 60s they say.

I hope all of you, out there, have a great Tuesday.

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Morning guys....

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