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Re: 26 JANUARY 22
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At least it was a relatively cheap and easy repair. I'm assuming it was a cyclone fence. In Illinois we cement the posts in at least 36" down due to the frost line. Not sure how you guys do it.

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Good deal on the wins, Tommy. I'd think a police report and wrecker call would turn up the perp. Then again, might figure they suffered enough bless em.
Matt, did you say MINUS 9??? Heck naw. I couldn't handle that. NO way.
Hit the gym after work yesterday, thought I'd go by the nursing home after then it was too late by the time I got out so I figured I'd go tonight. She's not been well and I had been worried. I should have just went to the nursing home instead. AT 11:30 I got a call they were sending her to the ER her BP wasn't good, she complained she'd hurt in her chest and back, she told me Friday she thought she had pneumonia. Her bp was 50 and suspected cardiac issues. Turns out they were giving her antibiotics for bacteria in urine and it wasn't working. I told them it wasn't two weeks ago, and again just Friday. I feel like she's not been taken care of and was looking to have her moved. Things have not gone well at all. Now she's in the ICU with BP, cardiac issues and septic. Not sure she'll come out of this one. I hope so but have my doubts. Not a good night to say the least. Add her to your prayer list please.

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Re: 26 JANUARY 22
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Tommy, what's the status with the fence offender?



The culprit is unknown. Pure speculation at this point. The fix was just a few hours and under $100. I took that karma to the casino and pulled out $250 ahead.

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Re: 26 JANUARY 22
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Good Morning CGs!

Brutal cold here. About -9* right now. Some schools cancelled, ours didn't.

Picked up a huge lot of tools the other day. Basically what filled a triple bay box from a retired mechanic. Lots of junk, unfortunately. I pulled out all of the good stuff and started organizing and listing. I've already got 8+ hours between driving, loading, unloading, organizing, etc. I haven't done a full box in a while so I forgot how much work it was. Oh well it always seems to work out in the end.

Tommy, what's the status with the fence offender?

Hope everyone has a great day!


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Re: 26 JANUARY 22
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He was probably just following a law that said ALL loads MUST be tied down.


G'mornin.

Trying to motivate. Yard day+ ahead. Got my prop back from the propeller shop on the same day. Sweet. Nice staff and a quick turn around time. Sue has an upcoming foot surgery. They're going to sever a nerve that is running through scar tissue and is causing her great pain. Weather is returning to warm temps. Our blast of low 50's is over for now.

Have a wonderful day.

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CLOUDY AND COLD IN THE NATIONS THIS MORNING, 21 AT TAHLEQUAH, PREDICTED HIGH 42. THE CHEROKEES WANT SUNSHINE!

OPEN AGENDA TODAY, SHOULD GO GET SOME DOG FOOD BUT MAY NOT.
GOT A COLD AND FEEL LIKE HAMMERED SHIT.

HOPE YOUR DAY IS BETTER THAN MINE.

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GOOD MORNING, GURUS---

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FOUND THE BIGGEST RAWHIDE CHEWS I'VE EVER SEEN AT ATWOOD'S FARM STORE. TWO FOOT LONG OR MORE. DOG THOUGHT HE'D DIED AND GONE TO HEAVEN.

AND THEN I COULDN'T GET OUT OF THE CAR. SCREWS THAT HOLD THE LATCH TO THE DOOR HAD WORKED SO LOOSE THE DOOR WOULDN'T OPEN; ONE OF THEM FELL OUT WHEN I FINALLY POUNDED THE DOOR OPEN. THOSE STAR HEAD SCREWS, SO OF COURSE I HAD NO SCREWDRIVER. PUT 'EM BACK IN FINGER TIGHT AND DROVE TO THE WRENCHMEISTER'S TO TIGHTEN THEM UP.

LIFE IS JUST ONE ADVENTURE AFTER ANOTHER :-0

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Re: TUESDAY 25 JAN
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good afternoon - didn't have much planned at work today then one of my vans showed up, crickets on the church bus and then as I was just settling in owner shows up with a new imac pro. $11,000 machine with way more ram than I"ll ever need. Top corner of screen is cracked but does not affect what I need it for. I also have a new external storage drive, 5T and am in the process of migrating things to that off the PC then will migrate whats left on the PC to the imac. He's fussing about the money. Well heck, he bought it for his son and the kid would've done just fine with a basic one, this is set up for video production and is the giant screen. Yep, I'll take it but if he'd have bought what I asked him to, he'd only have spent $6,000 and that includes the computer and two externals. Oh well. Bout ready to go home or gym or somewhere besides here. I might just go home and rest. yall have a good evening

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GRIS. We have an idea but no solid proof of who the fence crasher was.
When I replaced the mufflers on my 90 I thought mine were a little quiet too but it has a nice tone at idle. I like em though.
Just got back from a 5+ hour round trip to Marathon in the Keys. Sue is planting ground orchids, strapping orchids to trees and hanging some staghorn ferns at a vacation estate of a Houston billionaire. If they like it there may be more orders to come.
I have to run into Homestead for a few chores. Day started at close to 50*. It's 72* right now and that feels warm. Break a sweat warm. See if I can get a chore or two around the house done. I'm feeling a little tired.

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SUNNY, BREEZY, AND 28 DEGREES ON THE FRONT PORCH. LOOKS LIKE A PRETTY DAY COMING UP IN THE NATIONS, BUT NOT VERY WARM, 40 THE PREDICTED HIGH.

NOTHING ON THE AGENDA TODAY BUT THE SEARCH FOR DOG CHEWS. THE BIG ONES ARE GETTING HARD TO FIND AND THE WONDERDOG GOES THRU THEM LIKE POPCORN.

NOT SURE ABOUT THE NEW MUFFLERS, NOT AS LOUD AS I EXPECTED, DRIVING IT THIS WEEK WILL TELL THE TALE. PRICE WAS OK, $400 INSTALLED.

TOMMY, HAVE YOUR FENCE WRECKERS BEEN IDENTIFIED?

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HELLO OUT THERE---

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IT'S BEEN A BEAUTIFUL DAY.

THE GUNSHOW WAS BADLY BORING, IN SPITE OF SUCCESSES. SAM SOLD A S&W NEW MODEL FROM THE 1890'S FOR A TIDY SUM AND I GOT THE DESIRED CHRISTMAS GUN FROM A WALK IN. ALSO SOLD TWO BOOKS AND A DONUT :-)

HOPE THE BIDENESTAS DON'T GET US INTO A WAR TO DISTRACT ATTENTION FROM THE MESS THEY'VE MADE DOMESTICALLY.

WOULDN'T BE THE FIRST TIME POLITICIANS HAVE PULLED THAT TRICK.

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Re: 24 JANUARY 2022
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dadgum Tommy! Might need to check the local po-po to find out who and send their insurance a bill.
Tried to sleep in today on my one day off to myself, that didn't happen, up 2x so then just stayed up. Next had my coffee and started the bathroom med/junk cabinet organizing, midway, came into kitchen to do something stepped in shit. Literally. The dog apparently did too, outside while in the yard, had a huge ball of it packed in one of her paws. every step she made she left poop balls and skid marks. too me over an hour to get all that crap up, literally every single room in the house. rug shampoos are next. I swear when I was single with no man or dog the house stayed clean. Nursing home issues after took up part of the day, 8 calls to try and see how she's doing and indefinite holds. Finally last time they tell me that hall isn't taking calls as that's also the covid end and some are out of quarantine and they're trying to get people moved. Why not tell me that the first time.Nerves were shot it's warm and 60 here with sun so I just went outside and put my beach chair in the sun and stayed there till just now.
Bout to figure supper out and be done with it. Y'all have a good evening

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LOL. I NEVER underestimate the time a job takes. I say "It takes what it takes." Other terms in my vocabulary are Maybe, It's possible, and It sounds good.

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THAT'S A REAL BUMMER TOMMY!

GOT MUFFLERS PUT ON THE RED CAR AND SWITCHED IT INTO THE READY RACK.

REALLY NICE OUTSIDE, 60, SUNNY, AND CALM. THEY SAY THE WIND WILL GET UP THIS AFTERNOON.

WHY DO PEOPLE UNDERESTIMATE THE TIME IT WILL TAKE TO DO A JOB? WHY NOT OVERESTIMATE AND GIVE THE CUSTOMER A PLEASANT SURPRISE RATHER THAN ANNOYING THEM BY GOING OVERTIME?
INQUIRING MINDS WANT TO KNOW :-)

ENOUGH PRODUCTIVITY FOR THE DAY, NAP TIME.

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damned balance of performance... By the time they balance it, the season is lost.

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Re: 24 JANUARY 2022
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Ga-dafternoon.
Yesterday I was taking a sh ort break and my front gate doorbell rang. Doesn't ring all that often. A guy out for his daily walk told me the dogs were out and there was a hole in my fence. I got the dogs back in and figured they had dug out a spot and escaped under the fence. But no. A vehicle blew through the stop sign at the end of a side street across from me. Took out 25 feet of fence and bent three poles. Rode up on some of the landscaping. I had parking stops along the base of the fence there and big rocks lining the bottom of the fence on the outside. The unknown vehicle had to have got hung up. That was some hole. Don't know when it happened. Could have been between Thursday and Sunday morning. Anyway, that was the start of our day yesterday.
Took the prop off the boat and will bring it to a prop shop tomorrow morning for a new hub. Getting ready to start tasks around here. It's a little of this and a little of that kinda day. Just need to get some things done. Enjoy .......

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Morning guys...nice morning here, 37 already and headed to the mid 50s. But windy.

Think I'll head to the shop and assemble some cabinets. Drawers are supposed to be here tomorrow.

Already let the dogs out and fed them, they were happy to see us this morning.

Got to go....

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GOOD MORNING---

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Hey guys, slept in this morning, then went out to the shop to mess around. Just got out to the shop when my nephew (37 years old) called me. He and his mom were on their way to KC to go to the Chiefs game. Betty (mom and my older brothers' wife, said she was going to sell the house she and my brother bought back in 1980, just too much for her to try and take care of since my brothers passing. She is going to build a new house and asked me if I was interested in doing the cabinets. So we talked about that for a bit, then she asked me how my sister (old than me by 7 years) was doing in the hospital... "She's in the hospital?" Yes, didn't you know that? "No, I had no idea" .... CoVid. So decided to send her a text, not know if she could/would answer. She calls me profusely apologizing for not letting me know. Anyway she's doing pretty good and hopes to be released later this week. She promised to keep us informed daily.

Mid afternoon here was glorious.... sunny, warm and light breezes. so I decided to go down the street to the guy who had both feet amputated before Christmas and I installed the ramp for him, to re-level the platform and finish off the handrail where I had to cut it out so he could get on the porch from the platform in his motorized wheelchair. The platform had settled down (I was pretty sure it was going to) and needed to to be re-leveled with the porch. That took about an hour.

Taking care of the neighbors dogs the next couple days while they went down to New Mexico for a funeral. So went down and sat with the dogs while they ate this evening and then put them into the garage overnight...I'll go down and let them out in the morning.




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HOME AGAIN, SHOW WAS A WASH BUT DID GET A NICE 20 GA O/U FOR GRANDSON-IN-LAW. NOW I CAN REDEEM MY CHRISTMAS IOU :-)

I'LL TAKE THE TOMATO TO MUSKOGEE IN THE MORNING FOR MUFFLERS.
DW WILL FOLLOW ME OVER AND WE'LL HAVE BREAKFAST AT IHOP WHILE THEY DO THE MUFFLERS.

RIGHT NOW I'M READY FOR MY NAP.

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Corvette C8.Rs eighth, ninth in new GTD PRO category in qualifying race for IMSA opener
 
 

CORVETTE RACING AT DAYTONA: Rolex 24 Comes into Focus
Corvette C8.Rs eighth, ninth in new GTD PRO category in qualifying race for IMSA opener

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Jan. 23, 2022) – Corvette Racing finished up its first three days of official testing and competition in the new GTD (GT Daytona) PRO class of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship on Sunday with work to do ahead of the upcoming Rolex 24 At Daytona.


The team finished eighth and ninth in class and 14th and 18th among GTD cars following a 100-minute qualifying race to set the grid for the Rolex 24 on Jan. 29-30. Sunday’s race was the first for the evolved Mobil 1/SiriusXM Chevrolet Corvette C8.R, which ran for all three days in GTD spec for the first time in a full-field setting. The results show the uphill battle facing last year’s GT Le Mans (GTLM) race-winning program. Antonio Garcia and Jordan Taylor – last year’s GTLM champions and Rolex 24 winners with Nicky Catsburg – in the mid-engine No. 3 Corvette C8.R led the team’s efforts but finished a lap behind the class-winning Lamborghini.


The C8.R has undergone a number of changes from its two-year GTLM campaign to bring it in line with the existing GTD cars. Corvette Racing is running with more weight, less power, a higher level of drag, customer Michelin tires and an ABS system for 2022 compared to 2021. Even with a mid-week Balance of Performance adjustment by the sanctioning body in an attempt for more evenly balanced competition, the Corvettes still faced a significant performance deficit in Saturday’s qualifying and Sunday’s race.


Sunday’s race ran green for the full 100 minutes. Garcia ran the first half of the race and gained three spots in class in the opening 10 minutes. He remained there before the GTD pit stop cycle began and handed off to Taylor, who rejoined in the same position after Sorensen made the class’ final stop with 45 minutes remaining.


Tommy Milner and Marco Sorensen teamed in the No. 4 Mobil 1/SiriusXM Corvette in their first race together. Sorensen turned his first laps in competition as a member of Corvette Racing as the pair will drive with Nick Tandy. Milner opened with the longest stint of any GTD PRO drivers at 55 minutes but the top-speed deficit hurt his progress before the pit cycle began.


Corvette Racing returns to the Daytona track Thursday for the opening practices for the 60tth Rolex 24 At Daytona. The race begins at 1:40 p.m. ET on Saturday, Jan. 29. Television coverage begins at 1:30 p.m. ET on NBC before transitioning between the USA Network and the Peacock streaming service before the final two hours of NBC coverage Sunday afternoon. The full race will stream on Peacock while live IMSA Radio coverage will air on XM 202, SiriusXM Online 992 and IMSA.com, which also will host live timing and scoring.

 
ANTONIO GARCIA, NO. 3 MOBIL 1/SiriusXM CHEVROLET CORVETTE C8.R – EIGHTH IN GTD PRO: “Knowing how little testing we did before the Roar, we used this race as a big test for tires. There are a lot of different things with the tire regulations where you have to run a certain pressure, and we learned a lot about that. It’s the first experience we’ve had with this. I was driving and learning how to maximize the tire performance. Even if we didn’t have the overall pace to be farther up, I think we can a lot from here for the race. Even if it’s only learning how to run a double-stint, it’s better than nothing. Almost all the other GTD teams have been running this tire on their car for a long time so there is a lot of catching up we need to do on this little thing. Let’s see if we can come back stronger in a few days so we can be where we need to be.”
 

JORDAN TAYLOR, NO. 3 MOBIL 1/SiriusXM CHEVROLET CORVETTE C8.R – EIGHTH IN GTD PRO: “The race was a qualifying race so you can’t really win too much in that event. It’s pretty much just about setting us up for the Rolex. For us, we know the car we have now. Throughout the Roar, we made some developments and gathered more data to hopefully set us up well for next week. That’s the one that counts. We still have some more work to do in order to understand the ABS, the new tire and everything. The guys will have a busy week ahead but I know we’ll come back strong next week. Understanding the racecraft of this category was important. We’re now mixed into a new class with GTD and Am drivers as well. Understanding how they race and how we will interact is useful. It’s a lot harder to get by them now that we have the same BoP, so it will make for a long and interesting 24 hours. It will make staying out of trouble that much more important than years past.”
 

TOMMY MILNER, NO. 4 MOBIL 1/SiriusXM CHEVROLET CORVETTE C8.R – NINTH IN GTD PRO: “We’re obviously not thrilled with our ultimate pace. There is still a lot learn with tires and things like that – experience that will help us for the race. Today was good for us as drivers to learn more about the tires and about interacting with the other competitors in GTD. This played out as we probably expected. The plan, of course, was to learn as much as we could. From my perspective, learning where some of the other cars are fast and where they aren’t, how they race… that will be a huge part of 24 hours here with 35 cars all near our pace. From that standpoint, it was successful. The car is in one piece and we stayed out of trouble. There’s lots of race data for the engineers to pour over and make our Corvettes as fast as they can.”
 

MARCO SORENSEN, NO. 4 MOBIL 1/SiriusXM CHEVROLET CORVETTE C8.R – NINTH IN GTD PRO: “First off, it’s amazing to drive a whole stint in the Corvette. I got to understand the car in a totally different way. The tires we are on now are new for the team, so it was good to get some data on how much as a driver you can push on these tires. I’m still on a very steep learning curve with this car and I want to keep that curve going up so we are 100 percent ready for next week. I was a little surprised it was green all the way. You drive to the limit of the car and then you just sit on the straights and wait! There were some silly overtakes out there that people probably didn’t have to make in a qualifying race. I’m happy to have done my first race in a Corvette now. We have to now keep it going for the next week.”
 

Corvette Racing at Daytona
1999
No. 2 Corvette C5-R: Ron Fellows/Chris Kneifel/John Paul Jr. – 3rd in GTS
No. 4 Corvette C5-R: Andy Pilgrim/Scott Sharp/John Heinricy – 12th in GTS


2000
No. 3 Corvette C5-R: Ron Fellows/Chris Kneifel/Justin Bell – 2nd in GTS
No. 4 Corvette C5-R: Andy Pilgrim/Kelly Collins/Franck Freon – 10th in GTS


2001
No. 2 Corvette C5-R: Ron Fellows/Johnny O'Connell/Chris Kneifel/Franck Freon – 1st in GTS (overall win)
No. 3 Corvette C5-R: Andy Pilgrim/Kelly Collins/Dale Earnhardt/Dale Earnhardt Jr. – 2nd in GTS

2014
No. 3 Corvette C7.R: Jan Magnussen/Antonio Garcia/Ryan Briscoe – 10th in GTLM
No. 4 Corvette C7.R: Oliver Gavin/Tommy Milner/Robin Liddell – 5th in GTLM


2015
No. 3 Corvette C7.R: Jan Magnussen/Antonio Garcia/Ryan Briscoe – 1st in GTLM (Magnussen fastest race lap)
No. 4 Corvette C7.R: Oliver Gavin/Tommy Milner/Simon Pagenaud – 3rd in GTLM (Gavin pole)


2016
No. 3 Corvette C7.R: Jan Magnussen/Antonio Garcia/Mike Rockenfeller – 2nd in GTLM (Garcia fastest race lap)
No. 4 Corvette C7.R: Oliver Gavin/Tommy Milner/Marcel Fässler – 1st in GTLM (Winner by 0.034 second)


2017
No. 3 Corvette C7.R: Jan Magnussen/Antonio Garcia/Mike Rockenfeller – 4th in GTLM
No. 4 Corvette C7.R: Oliver Gavin/Tommy Milner/Marcel Fässler – 9th in GTLM


2018
No. 3 Corvette C7.R: Jan Magnussen/Antonio Garcia/Mike Rockenfeller – 3rd in GTLM (Magnussen pole)
No. 4 Corvette C7.R: Oliver Gavin/Tommy Milner/Marcel Fässler – 4th in GTLM

2019
No. 3 Corvette C7.R: Jan Magnussen/Antonio Garcia/Mike Rockenfeller – 6th in GTLM
No. 4 Corvette C7.R: Oliver Gavin/Tommy Milner/Marcel Fässler – 8th in GTLM

2020 (Rolex 24 – January)
No. 3 Corvette C8.R: Antonio Garcia/Jordan Taylor/Nicky Catsburg – 4th in GTLM
No. 4 Corvette C8.R: Oliver Gavin/Tommy Milner/Marcel Fässler – 7th in GTLM

2020 (WeatherTech 240 – July)
No. 3 Corvette C8.R: Antonio Garcia/Jordan Taylor – 1st in GTLM
No. 4 Corvette C8.R: Oliver Gavin/Tommy Milner – 5th in GTLM


2021
No. 3 Corvette C8.R: Antonio Garcia/Jordan Taylor/Nicky Catsburg – 1st in GTLM
No. 4 Corvette C8.R: Tommy Milner/Nick Tandy/Alexander Sims – 2nd in GTLM


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Pics will be posted when we get the truck back.... soon real soon....

just laying low today starting to get my game face on for the coming week....

have an enjoyable day Guru's

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Good Afternoon CGs!

Welcome back, Tommy. I'd like to think I'm #5 in your picture but probably getting closer to #6...

Marcus, where are the pictures?

We got about 3" of snow overnight. I was just commenting Saturday morning about how all of the snow had melted. Not anymore. Kids went out and helped me do the driveway. We're supposed to get another 1-3" tomorrow. I hate snow but the plow guys could use the money. Tough for them this season.

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Good morning. Glad you had a nice vaca Tommy, sorry to hear about your friends issues though. Me and a gal pal was just talking about how smoking and things affect some but not others. Like a smoker can live a long life and no lung issues yet another who don't smoke can have what the smoker should've had. And yes, I'm sick of the coof too. Sick of seeing folks with it and very sick to death of it being in the news every five minutes and on my facebook feed and twitter and insta. I've managed to escape it I think. I do wonder. I did have a bacterial sinus infection and now its moved into my chest. feels like normal bronchitis, plus I've been stirring up dust the last few days deep cleaning here and at work. Doc calls it minor airway restrictive disease or seasonal/allergy induced asthma. Ive always had a horrific dust allery. 3 negative coof tests including pcr. I miss the says when you got a stuffy nose, went to get a decongestant and went on about your day.
Warming up here finally some supposed to be 35 today I think, the sun is out so that helps a ton. I'll get the breakfast started when Arron rolls outta the rack, and we may get out and hit the gym later on .

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G'mornin.
Vacation was enjoyable. Visited with friends, fished on 4 of the days, enjoyed a great venison feast night, a grilled pizza night with other friends in Marathon, FL played Texas Hold Em one night. It was an enjoyable annual breakaway. On the not so good news side 3 of our friends were diagnosed with cancer related issues over the last year. One with leukemia, one with two brain tumors (one removed) and another with lung cancer for a guy that has never smoked. All are in their 60's and 70's. All are from Michigan. Sue is doing OK adjusting to the loss of her mom.
Took the boat out but like driving a car, it gives you a chance to identify problems. Bilge float switch quit working so I just did manual purges, hand held GPS digital screen is fading, hand held marine radio battery won't keep a charge, fixed marine radio needs a new antenna, need to replace the depth finder becasuse I rigged the transducer to work temporarily. It has a broken plastic mount. And the kicker, on the last day I spun the prop. That means I need a new hub in my propeller. "A boat is a hole in the water into which one pours money."
Sue's 911 ran great and we used it as a runabout. Plenty of work lies ahead at the house, the nursery, plus Sue added a few company honey do's. Never bored. Not me. Never bored.

Early post. My mind wouldn't let me sleep and I was up at 4:56.

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Back from vacation.

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Hey guys, warmer here too. 46 right now (1:30pm) So I've been out spraying finish.

church in a little bit, so I think I'm done for today.

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so its like some future myopian life were we are run by the gangs as the rich politics live in protected areas and the rest of us work to keep them fed...... like the Hunger Games movies....

sun is out and it will be warmer today.... been going through a cold spell.... Covid is everywhere up here but so far we are managing to stay out of it....my bride had a head cold for a couple of days but tested negative.... F Covid...

My Lil Red 99 pickup is almost done. complete new paint and the rusted door sills cut out and replaced. new rear bumper... all hail damage fixed.... looks brand new... not cheap but we bought it in 02 or 03 and all the kids took it to high school.... got sentimental value... so you tend to throw a lot of money as setimental value things right?

pics when we get it back.... have a finest day Guru's...


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OFF TO TULSA---

IN CALIFORNIA GANGS MUST NOW BE CALLED "ORGANIZED GROUPS".

YOU CAN ALWAYS COUNT ON THE NATIONAL SOCIALISTS TO CALL A SPADE A "MANUAL EXCAVATION INSTRUMENT".

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Hey guys, slept in a bit this morning, mainly because it was freaking COLD. 2 degrees, crystal clear sky contributed to that and light breezes made it feel -5.

Neighbor called and asked me to help him move his jeep. Radiator sprung a leak, he ordered a new one, and removed the old one while the weather was nice last week....sitting out on the concrete apron behind his house. Now the new radiator is in and he wanted to install it, but NOT sitting outside, so I helped him pull it around front and we got it in his garage so he could get it back up and running.

Then Rosie and I went over to the 'city' to pick up a few things and met up with GS#1/wife and went out to lunch. Came home and went to work in the shop sanding parts and prepping them for finish. if the weather is decent tomorrow, I'll start spraying finish.

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Hi gang!!

It's Friday... and here in SoCal, it's sunny and mid-60s. Might even touch 70 by Sunday. Yes, you can hate me.

I bought a new electric toothbrush... the Oral B io 9. It has AI... it has Bluetooth... it speaks several languages... it is smarter than me. Tech has reached a new nadir...

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Hi guys,
I hope everyone is doing well and prospering in the new year.
Can’t hardy believe it’s been three weeks since I stopped in. The work schedule is getting to me more than I thought. I’ve got tonight off and the hours have been cut back to 8/day instead of ten. Having worked for the tool and die industry for so long, a reduced work schedule causes the knee jerk worry about layoffs. Especially since the place is closing. The general consensus is it’ll happen before the projected time, but what throws a wrench in that idea is they’re hosting a hiring event tomorrow morning.
Well, I’d better quit here since I just fell asleep writing this.
Have a good weekend everyone.

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Cold here but sunny. Snow is almost all melted. A very strange winter indeed.

Anyone watch the video of the C7 wreck at Willow Springs racetrack? Wild.

Hope everyone has a great day!

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Good morning, all.

Quite cold in the Philadelphia area also, but (knock on wood) all the pipes worked this morning. It's supposed to get up to a balmy 24 degrees later today.

The Rolex 24 at Daytona is only eight days away—time to get the streaming set up and the spotter's guide printed.


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CLEAR SKIES AND 10 DEGREES ON THE FRONT PORCH, 36 THE PREDICTED HIGH. THIS IS NOT SATISFACTORY. I'M READ FOR A BREAK FROM THIS COLD SNAP.

I'LL HEAD UP TO TULSA AFTER NOON AND SET UP FOR THE GUNSHOW. IT'S BEING WELL ADVERTISED, THAT MAY HELP.

TIME TO FEED TROUBLE AND LET HIM RUN. I KEPT HIM IN THE LAUNDRY ROOM LAST NIGHT.

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C-C-COLD OUT THERE---

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ROAR before the Rolex 24 at Daytona
January 23, 2022

Daytona International Speedway
Circuit Length: 3.56 miles

Entry by Class:
DPi - 7
LMP2 - 10
LMP3 - 9
GTD PRO - 13
GTD - 22

Television/Online Broadcast: (ROAR)

Sunday, January 23 (All times ET) Motul Pole Award Qualifying Race

USA:

Peacock TV:  2:00 pm-4:00 pm ET

January 29 11:00 am - 12:00 pm channel USA (tape delay)


International:
IMSA TV: 2:00 pm-3:45 pm ET

 
LIVE TIMING:  http://scoring.imsa.com/

Live Timing for mobile device: http://scoring.imsa.com/mobile.html


Entry List:
ROAR:   https://www.imsa.com/wp-content/upload ... PreEvent_EntryList_v3.pdf

Radio: IMSA Radio
http://imsatv.imsa.com/

http://radiolemans.0157.org/nplayer.php

Local: 107.9 FM local at track, 93.5 FM and 1150 AM in Daytona,

2) PIT NOTES: http://twitter.com/   @CorvetteRacing, @IMSA, @IMSAlive, @DISupdates, @Rolex24Hours
Facebook:   https://www.facebook.com/CorvetteRacingFans/


Roar BoP pdf tables:  https://www.imsa.com/wp-content/upload ... -03-ROAR-BoP-01122022.pdf


TICKET INFO: 
Corvette Corral sold out.  Regular tickets can be purchased at:
https://www.daytonainternationalspeedw ... 4-At-DAYTONA/Tickets.aspx


Event Schedule:
Roar:  https://www.imsa.com/wp-content/upload ... R-Daytona-ROAR-011222.pdf

Track Map:
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Pit Map:
Roar:  https://www.imsa.com/wp-content/upload ... na-Pit-Lane-Layout-V4.pdf


WEATHER:
http://www.myweather2.com/Motor-Racin ... ternational-Speedway.aspx


Hotels:
http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotels-g34 ... Beach_Florida-Hotels.html


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Well, it was cold all day here. Sunny and no wind, so it felt warmer than the 27 it was. Materials came in about 3, got them unloaded and sifted through. Only one problem I'll have to call the manufacturer about tomorrow.

Rosie finally found freezer available and ordered it from HomeDepot last night, supposed to be here the 5th. We are keeping the old one, as no one wants it. I'll move it down to the basement, but had to rearrange things... the purge happened here too.

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good afternoon - we are colder than a witches... here too. It's 26 right now with a feels like of 15. The feels like was 1 this morning when we all got up. Not been a busy day for work as such but I moved to the office across the hall. I prefer my old desk, it was a U-shaped design with holes for hiding cords and what not, but I could not rotate it around in that room to make things more suitable. My right side is open to people and I don't like that plus people tend to just walk up and get in my face and with a desk situated the other way it deters that. I am set up in here, it's a larger room with a more executive style desk and giant tall credenza bookcase thing and it's not my preffered arrangement but it's roomier in here and the desk faces the door so folks dont just get all up in my personal space. Now i'm wore out. I have to do all this at home, too. In the process of purging and deep cleaning the home office making it more user friendly for the both of us.
Yall have a good evening and stay warm.

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Good Afternoon CGs!

We got spoiled with a 40* day on Tuesday and now we're paying for it with temps in the single digits and teens. No snow, though.

I made the big mortgage payment the other day and it felt great. Basically took 20% off the balance. I guess there are some benefits to getting older.

Got a haircut today so I don't look as homeless as I did before. Beard is still long and strong and I have no desire to shave that at this point. It keeps my face warm. We'll see when summer rolls around.

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Morning guys...a little bit colder here than what Gris is experiencing, we're at 7 now, but our high is expected to be about the same, 29.

The FedEx freight truck that was supposed to deliver my materials yesterday, didn't....supposedly it will happen today...we'll see.

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CLOUDY AND COLD, 15 DEGREES WITH A NORTH WIND, 27 THE PREDICTED HIGH. THE CHEROKEES DO NOT APPROVE OF THIS WEATHER. YESTERDAY WAS NOT AS BAD AS PREDICTED, NO PRECIP HERE, JUST COLD.

GOT A LITTLE GUNSHOW THIS WEEKEND, I'VE GOT NOTHING TO PUT ON THE TABLE BUT BOOKS. I'LL BE LOOKING FOR A SHOTGUN FOR GRANDSON-IN-LAW, TO REPLACE THE ONE I DIDN'T GET HIM FOR CHRISTMAS:-)

I'LL PACK UP TODAY AND WE'LL SET UP TOMORROW AFTERNOON.

KEEP WARM, AMIGOS!

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Morning guys....Cold and blowing this morning. They say we might get some of the white stuff this afternoon. Quite a change from the 67 yesterday. We rab the sprinkler system twice as the grass was soooo freaking dry. I saw on the weather where we are in SEVERE Drought rating.

Just found that my post this morning...didn't.

White stuff on the ground...not a lot, but grass is covered.

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Quiet day in LA... a bit cloudy and cool.

Lotsa work to do... but nothing outrageous or anything like that.


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I am loving where sports car racing is going! Finally... some consistent traction!

Need to get tix for Long Beach! Already got'm for Sebring, just not sure about travel yet...

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Gris, I think we have the same weather. Colder, dreary and already misting rain when I came in this morning. Supposed to be cold and a "mix" later today and the windchill in the morning will be -1. It'll be below freezing for a week. I have one outdoor palm holdout that will have to get put inside somewhere for a week or so, probably in pool house or garage. Plus I need to find a home for those plumeria plants. They're dormant now but they still dont need to freeze.
Not much on the agenda here at work today that I'm aware of, I could be home getting a ton of stuff done. Need to dust and clean here too, building owner came and put me up a new light and not only is there dust all over but I can see more of it than I used to.
Y'all have a good one.

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