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Re: Tuesday the 25th of July
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Re: C6 Ownership - First Observations
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Andy, speaking of MPGs, we did 1770 miles on the South Dakota trip and used 69.3 gallons of premium fuel. That's 25.5 and about half of those miles were running around the fun twistys in the area, mostly 2nd and 3rd gear, some 4th.


That is impressive. Very impressive!!

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Thanks!!!

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Andy, speaking of MPGs, we did 1770 miles on the South Dakota trip and used 69.3 gallons of premium fuel. That's 25.5 and about half of those miles were running around the fun twistys in the area, mostly 2nd and 3rd gear, some 4th.

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late best wishes for you new ride

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Good Morning CGs!

I can tell you good workers are hard to find....just look at our fridge repair guy! (The first one, at least)

Should be warm and sunny today. Hopefully no more storms.

Still haven't had a chance to work on the window switch for the Corvette yet. Maybe later. Garage also looks like a tornado hit it. Maybe I can clean up a bit.

Good luck with the heavy slabs, TB. And the bugs, Marcus.

Hope everyone has a great day!

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Re: Tuesday the 25th of July
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In Boston plumbers are respected and well paid. You can hardly find one so you get one you better treat them right. Garbage collection pays well? I used to think so. I'll tell you that day laborers think they are worth $80 to $100 + a day now. The no speaky da Englais kind. If you get them from labor force your looking at about $13 to 15 an hour. And it's hard to find good help.

I'm 12 pounds over where I should be and I've been trying to work it off. We'll see. Give it a few weeks (months).

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ANOTHER BRIGHT SUMMER MORNING IN THE NATIONS, 80 DEGREES AND 83% HUMIDITY IN TAHLEQUAH. BOYS GOING HOME TODAY, THE PANTRY IS BARE. HOUSE WILL BE A LITTLE LESS CROWDED, THOSE THREE TAKE UP A LOT OF ROOM :-)

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Good morning Guru's......must go work in the corn today.....trying to find bugs and leaf diseases......but at least it will be hot....and the corn pollen covers you in yellow dust and is itchy....... why do I do this? oh yeah it pays well........I always noticed that the jobs nobody wanted usually paid the best...... like plumbers........and garbage collectors...... and field scouts....

Better get going...... have a wholesome day Guru's....

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Hidey-ho! Gloomy/drizzly start this morning, so the Vette is languishing in the garage. It looks like we should be able to get golf in tonight in between bouts of rain. We shall see.

Have a good day, Gurus!

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Going to be hot hot again today, back near 100. I have a ton to do...literally. I'm building counter tops for the kitchen job and the material weighs about 400 lbs for each slab, and I have two slabs to work with.

Not much else....I hope you all have a great day.

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Morning guys...

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Not quite as hot today, but still pretty warm. I got about everything done I can do until I get the counter top made. Played Mens' night, we played well, just not quite good enough to win. Warm again tomorrow, but supposed to moderate toward the end of the week.

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I think that is the night we had to go back to Devils Tower to get Uwoman's iWatch that fell off her wrist while we were up there because she just had to have this nice pink 13 dollar band for it.......

So she did not even know it was gone until we were almost back to Spearfish....... yep that's to bad honey......those watches aren't cheap.....

So she calls them at the Ranger station at the Tower and why yes they do have a watch that was turned in like that with a pink band.....so they grilled her on it and decided it was hers and so now what........I'm like send it home we will get it when we get back...... oh noooooooo we have to go back because she needs it....... So its like an hour back up there and they stay open till 7 pm...... So we did and they did and then we burned the 13 dollar watch band and all is well with our souls......... I have a lot of stories tonight......

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Tommy you must have had the light end......

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I don't know if I told the story of our Jenn-Air stove. We like them for whatever reason and have had them for years. So during the remodel one of the ham handed workers slipped and fell and his hammer hit the black glass ceramic top and broke it. Ok no problem he paid for a new one....like 400 bucks......so we ordered it and it came in and they installed it......

First time we used it we came out the next morning and it was cracked in about 4 places......so we called them and they came out and said they would order another one........they did and they came out and installed it.......yep next day it was cracked in two places....... ok so round three......they come out get the old one off and go to take the new one out and it falls apart in the box.....I am not making this up........ ok 4th times a charm right......except now they are having trouble finding any left in the country for this model of stove..........so time passes and finally they locate one and they just put it on today so we shall see what it looks like in the morning...... Do Not Ever break the black ceramic top on your Jenn-Air...... just saying....

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Good Evening CGs!

We had some nasty, nasty storms come through last night. Lots of damage all over town, lots of branches, some big trees, power lines, etc. Luckily no damage for me. A few neighbors lost some branches.

Fridge guy came today...different than the idiot who came the first three times. This guy apparently knows his stuff...diagnosed the problem almost instantly as a bad heater for the water line. No kidding. Wife said he seemed irritated by the first guy. Hey, what a coincidence. Had to order the part....of course. At the next appointment apparently they need two guys in order to remove the whole door and replace the part. Should work after that!

Hope everyone had a great day!

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SO SORRY, THAT IS NOT A TANK. AN ARMORED PERSONNEL CARRIER OR MAYBE A COMMAND POST VEHICLE.

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Unloaded some cabinets and a chest we picked up at an estate sale yesterday. Great prices. Picked up the Burban from the Chevy dealer. In for routine maintenance and had a leaky gasket under the satellite antenna. Had to fix the leak on my dime. Was a pretty nasty leak. Got the signed contract back on the property we've been trying to buy. Should be able to close within 30 days. It ain't over till the final closing papers are in our hands. Want to buy a shed for the property for a steal of a deal from a neighbor that is moving to South Carolina. Then have to pay a transporter to move it a few blocks and anchor it. More to come in the day but hopefully just mundane tasks.


When we were moving the chest I had one end and two guys had the other. They were grunting and groaning. I looked at them and told them, You gotta be kidding me. I had one end by myself.

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Got the miter saw back together. What a royal PITA. Most people would have just pitched it, but I've had it so long and cuts so nice, I couldn't do it. Put another $16 in it and should be good for several more years.

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Yea, our shots didn't look like that! Thanks for sharing.

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Pic my friend took of Devil's Tower a few days after Marcus and Tom were there:

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In reading Gris post, it's easily seen that the men of Old Ironsides recognized their priorities.

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Greetings! Delightful day here, other than meetings up the ying-yang. I don't know if you've ever had a meeting up in your ying-yang, but it is mighty uncomfortable.

Great story, Gris!

Have a great day, yawlz!

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GRIS, that's a great history lesson there.

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A LITTLE MORE PLEASANT THIS MORNING; NOT QUITE SO MUGGY.

I SAW IN THE NEWS THAT THE USS CONSTITUTION IS AFLOAT ONCE MORE. THIS WENT AROUND A LONG TIME AGO:

The U.S.S. Constitution (Old Ironsides) as a combat vessel carried 48,600 gallons of fresh water for her crew of 475 officers and men. This was sufficient to last six months of sustained operations at sea. She carried no evaporators (fresh water distillers).


However, let it be noted that, according to her log, "On July 27, 1798, the U.S.S. Constitution sailed from Boston with a full complement of 475 officers and men, 48,600 gallons of fresh water, 7,400 cannon shot, 11,600 pounds of black powder and 79,400 gallons of rum." Her mission: "To destroy and harass English shipping."

Making Jamaica on 6 October, she took on 826 pounds of flour and 68,300 gallons of rum.

Then she headed for the Azores, arriving there 12 November. She provisioned with 550 pounds of beef and 64,300 gallons of Portuguese wine.

On 18 November, she set sail for England. In the ensuing days she defeated five British men-of-war and captured and scuttled 12 English merchantmen, salvaging only the rum aboard each.

By 26 January, her powder and shot were exhausted. Nevertheless, although unarmed, she made a night raid up the Firth of Clyde in Scotland. Her landing party captured a whisky distillery and transferred 40,000 gallons of single malt Scotch aboard by dawn. Then she headed home.

The U.S.S. Constitution arrived in Boston on 20 February 1799, with no cannon shot, no food, no powder, no rum, no wine, no whisky and 38,600 gallons of stagnant water.
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Morning guys....Got lots to do. My miter saw started sounding 'funny' yesterday, so pulled it apart to find a bearing on the blade arbor rough. So I got to get that pressed off and a new bearing back on, then put it together. I did get Marcuss' cabinets together. Just waiting on the drawers slides now.

Better get to it, Later guys.

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Good morning all..... We bought a new Fridge recently.....a Maytag....10 year bumper to bumper warranty and Made in America plastered all over it.....got a new dishwasher also......same brand.......so far so good.....

Going to drive truck today the check some farmers fields......summer is on the wane........or at least the downhill side......

Not much else to report......have a grand day Guru's...

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Spread some mulch yesterday. Bought a bunch of shelving units at a hell of a good price. Packed the van full. Now I have to take them all out and set them up somewhere. Sue bought this huge chest as well. Damned thing takes 3-4 guys to move it. Wherever I put that it's pretty well permanent. Bought a portable wheelchair ramp for the front door. That was a good, boy scout item. Be prepared. All aluminum ramp that folds up. One day it may come in handy. $50

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Tell him you've got your eye on an upgrade. Time to take this one back. How many chances do they get?

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Funny video,Tommy.

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We had a nasty thunderstorms come through this evening. Pretty decent size hail and one broken tree branch at the neighbor's house. Initial inspection of the car and siding shows no damage, so that's good.

Wife and kids made it home from their little weekend getaway. Sounds like they had a good time.

Fridge repairman is *supposed* to come tomorrow... we'll see if he actually shows up this time. MF'r. Maybe the idiot can actually fix it this time, too.

Hope everyone had a great weekend!

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Funny, but true. At least my GS cut his Manbun off. but that is just part.

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...now that is hilarious ....... made me laugh out loud.... it is so true since I am surrounded by them....... I have a future SIL with a man bun...... sigh ..... but then I just pull up some pics of me in the 70's and just shake my head and laugh some more...... yeah...I had some big hair back then.....

What up Guru Nation....? Today I will maybe mow and work on wedding stuff. only about 6 weeks away from the big day......lot of work to do yet......gotta keep the hammer down....

Enjoy Guru's....

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Howdy! Gotta make a few laps around the estate with the mower this morning before sitting on my butt watching the Open. Later I will have to dust off the Vette, looks like I may actually have an opportunity to get it out of the garage for a couple days.

Have a great day, Gurus!

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Morning guys...Hot again in our neck of the woods. It's been over 100, each day, for the last week. Supposed to get a reprieve today and tomorrow, only low 90s. I've been busting arse on the kitchen remodel. Got all the cabinets hung, still have to mount doors and drawers. Counter tops this week and then backsplash.

A little break in the action today, so I'm going to assemble cabinets that go north to Marcus.I finished the face frames...well Rosie stained them and I sprayed finish on them. Anyway I/m headed to the storage shed to grab the pieces to do that.

WE went to church last night and then drove to the next town over for their "after harvest" shindig and fireworks display.

I got to get to it guys. Have a great day.

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NOTHING GOING AROUND HERE.
THE HOUSE IS FULL OF BOYS, 16, 14, & 12, ALL STILL ASLEEP AT PRESENT. OUR ANTISOCIAL HOUSECAT DOES NOT APPROVE.

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'Mornin all. Just thought I'd get things a-goin'.

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Beatles tune remake.



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Evening CGs!

No work on the car, but I got some tools in the mail today...Marcus.

Hope the weekend is keeping everyone entertained.

Posted on: 7/23 2:20
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Everyone in LA is rich......that's what I have heard.....Hills that is.....swimming pools and movie stars....

Posted on: 7/22 17:51
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I did not have A/C till I went into the military. Once you have it you never want to go back. Hhhhmmm. A device that lets you control the temperature inside a structure. Fortunately for me and Sue the temp is in the 75 to 78 range. I feel bad for the folks that like 68 and colder in the peak of summer. $$$ Unless you live in L.A. of course.

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Was talking to the bookkeeper yesterday and he mentioned it was about 1965 that they got AC in their house.....which got me to thinking that was about the same time that my Ma told Pa she wasn't going to spend another Kansas summer without AC in the house. So the old man went to sears and got this big ole window unit and cut a hole in the living room wall and put it in and trimmed around it kind of like in a motel. Wow...what a difference that made. Life would never be the same again.

Was out mowing at 9:30 last night and it was still hot......got it done though.....but wow.....this must be like Florida is in the summer.......

Have a fun weekend Guru's.....


Posted on: 7/22 15:08
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Friday? Again?

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ANOTHER HOT HUMID DAY, THANK GOOD FOR AIR CONDITIONING. I HAVE UN-FOND CHILDHOOD MEMORIES OF SUMMER NIGHTS IN TEXAS WHEN IT DIDN'T GET COOL ENOUGH TO GO TO SLEEP UNTIL TWO OR THREE IN THE MORNING.

WE'VE GOT THE ARKIE GRANDSONS COMING OVER FOR A COUPLE OF DAYS; THAT'LL KEEP GRANDMA BUSY. AMAZING HOW MUCH THOSE KIDS CAN EAT :-0

Posted on: 7/22 12:40
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