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  • Sandy Oaks
    Reply to I don't believe I've said hi yet
    Sandy Oaks
    Many years ago driving a car without a/c in the dessert, we called it 4 - 60. Roll down the four windows and go 60.
    Today, 09:41 AM
  • Rolf
    Reply to I don't believe I've said hi yet
    Welcome to a great group. As you can see from my post count I have been here a while. Lots of very talented and knowledgeable folks all willing to give suggestions and help.

    Having been in the service for 11 years in different parts of the world and the US it is a beautiful country and...
    Today, 07:54 AM
  • kklowell
    Reply to I don't believe I've said hi yet
    I drove through Reno in 1971, but did not stop. I had just gotten out of the Army and my wife and I drove home with a 4-week old puppy. Heading toward Reno she got upset because I was driving too fast, so I slowed way, way down. It was HOT, we did not have AC and the windows were barely open because...
    Yesterday, 05:15 PM
  • Bill Wilson
    Reply to My shop time has come to screeching halt
    Bill Wilson
    Been following your adventure Rolf! One finds some interesting things when tearing into older buildings. Some are readily explained. Some, not so much. Always fun to speculate.

    Enjoying the journey so far. Can't wait to see the finished product.
    Yesterday, 08:59 AM
  • meflick
    Reply to I don't believe I've said hi yet
    While I have been many places in the US, I have many more that I need to see. But yes, I agree, America is one beautiful country. Please thank your son for his service to our country and the world.
    Yesterday, 08:40 AM
  • kklowell
    Reply to I don't believe I've said hi yet
    Thanks for the welcome, everyone. At one point or another, I have traveled through all of your states. WI was the most recent, having driven through on my way to Washington state when my son returned from Iraq. Hit Baltimore when he was stationed at Ft Meade, and TN was on the way when I went to Alabama...
    Yesterday, 08:27 AM
  • Rolf
    Reply to My shop time has come to screeching halt
    HMM never thought to use them as shims....
    Yesterday, 08:12 AM
  • Linda In Phoenix
    Reply to My shop time has come to screeching halt
    Linda In Phoenix
    Shame on you! That is no way to shim things....but emptying the bottles might make the job a little less work.
    03-21-2017, 05:21 PM
  • Linda In Phoenix
    Reply to Some weeks you appreciate the little things.
    Linda In Phoenix
    There is a light at the end of last week's tunnel! Thanks to all of you for letting me vent. Paint messes were all cleaned up and the only reminder is a splatter here and there we are still Easter eggs the kids didn't find. The 5 year old fridge with 4th compressor gone bad---Sears...
    03-21-2017, 05:19 PM
  • mtwoodguy
    Reply to I don't believe I've said hi yet
    Welcome Ken, from Reno Nevada. Nevada has different beauty from Maine . Keep sawing and upgrade as soon as you can.
    03-21-2017, 02:30 PM