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        05-21-2013, 06:22 AM
    Hey Alex and can call me long as you not referring to it as calling me an A$$ . Lol
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        05-21-2013, 06:24 AM
    6:20 AM... See. It DOES rise!

        05-21-2013, 06:27 AM
    Morn in' Sereno! I'm up too....eating my oatmeal, coffee getting ready to mold the minds of America!!

    Have a good day everyone! It's going to be a hot one here today!! 🌞
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        05-21-2013, 06:39 AM
    Green Broke
    I've been up since 4:50am and just turned on the laptop at work while eating my cinnamon Streusel cake. I'm now heading back a few pages to get caught up on the thread...Good morning to you all.
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        05-21-2013, 07:10 AM
    Green Broke
    Well, that wasn't as far back as I thought I would have to go to catch up. Guess this means everyone is having a relaxing evening and enjoying life's highway.

    Knicker, the picture is a really good one of you and the horse. You both look very happy.

    AlexS, and you call us men folk post pics of your bad self acting up in those pics, That dress looks great on you, btw.

    Sereno, be glad you have hair to cut in anything other than a buzz and have it look decent. Lol

    Stan, that painting is impressive to me. I really like it a lot. The grandson is cute and nice momma.

    I got some more work done on the trailer/float. One side of the tack floor is in, but it didn't go easily. The exterior wall is rotten so every time I got the weld too close it blew through. It made my welds look worse than I already had them looking. Ok, enough rambling, here are the pics.

    tack floor.jpg
    tack floor2.jpg
    tack floor 3.jpg

    Also here is the smoothed out weld that connects the two border panels.
    border wall.jpg

    It's getting there..
    Koolio, AlexS, nvr2many and 6 others like this.
        05-21-2013, 08:24 AM
    Green Broke
    My thoughts and prayers go out to all the people affected by the tornadoes in Oklahoma.

    Alex I LOVE LOVE LOVE your red dress.

    And YES I am a smoker too shuddup lol
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        05-21-2013, 08:24 AM
    Upset Donkey!

    I got moving a little early so I could check and confirm that we still don't have any water. Big 10-4 on not having any. Also means that we have none coming into our cisterns on our main property but I had planned for that years ago. We store around 60K gallons including pool water plus we catch rain from our roof that is plumbed into one of the cisterns. Then it all can be pumped thru filters and a UV purification system.

    ANYway. To check the pasture water I walk right past donkey that always gets his morning grain first thing when he sees me. As I'm returning he shows me that he is a little .... upset.

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        05-21-2013, 08:37 AM
    Originally Posted by AlexS    
    In other news, the deep clean of our house started tonight. My Mother and Step Dad are coming in a month, and we have a lot of work to do. My Step Dad is a wonderful man, but he's OCD, he vacuums his car daily. Last time I saw them was 3 years ago, and he wouldn't sit on my sofa as there was minimal dog hair on it. I can't wait to see them, but heck it's going to be a lot of work before they arrive.
    Alex, you've got this all wrong. The man loves to clean. He hates dirt. Leave the mess till he gets there. Hand him a vacuum cleaner. He won't be a bit bored while he visits...............
        05-21-2013, 10:40 AM
    Originally Posted by Stan    
    Its a must to keep the women folk occupied while the men go camping and off roading. I believe we all would agree with that.
    UMMM I do not Agree with that
    I would do anything to have 2 days that I do not have to worry about caring for a living creature.. I have not had one day like that in over 14 years. And as for a vacation or even staycation I have not had in 6 years.
    but the rest of the family have gone to Colorado, Kansas, South Dakota and other places. I don't see me getting a break any time soon.
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        05-21-2013, 10:41 AM
    Stan was just being bad.

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