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Offline Scenic

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Well Lenny's first overnight road was deemed a success. We set his collar up for the schoolhouse and that went fine Friday night. Took him to the trap range in Bemidji with 500 people and shotguns going off all day and that went great, with the exception of a couple excitable moments on his part. Went to the kid's cabin Saturday night after shooting and met Dave's 110 pound male lab for the first time. After about 30 minutes of "who's the boss" that went well too. I'm thinking he's doing good for five months old. Not sure what's on tap for today, need to see if I can get the 4 ply tires replaced on the truck with 10 plys it is supposed to have on it. Going to pull 28' camper 120 miles on Friday and don't want a mistake to happen like a blown tire in the middle of no-where. Might spot-spray the yard today if possible too. Later.... :happy1: :happy1:

Tough shoot in that wind.  What a great range they built though.   

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Hey Mark??   did you get the tree's you forgot??? 
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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Morning boys. 50 and heading for 57 with rain starting this afternoon. It says up to an inch possible overnight. So we shall see. I went down into the forest last night after work. I wanted to make sure the trail to our camping spot was clear. I had to remove a couple of small leaning trees. Plan is to go camp down there this weekend. But then I look at the boat and think maybe just stay home and fish. Such big decisions. Lol. Well, just getting ready for another day in the salt mines. Have a good one boys.
Hey look your bobber is up!

Online mike89

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mornin all, 56 and rain..  might see 59 today..  so an indoor kind of day today...  got plenty to do either way...  got 2 of my 3 heart appointments tomorrow, 830 at Alex and 120 at St. Cloud...  3rd one is 2 months out...  unless I have them set one up in Alex at the hos[ital..  we will see..  the results for my eyes was all normal except for the blood clot  or blockage...   have a good day all!!! 
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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Mornin guys, 56 here & we're headed for 59, maybe. We did get the Alaskan Cedar decking on the old, rollout, section of the dock early yday. So, that's finally done. :happy1: Put the other 1/2 of the handrail on the steps too. Sprayed a few more of our dandelions as well. :scratch: Today is lookin like a good day to get the rest of the batteries & stuff back in the boat to me. No more now, have a good day.
Life............. what happens while your making other plans. John Lennon

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Hey Mark??   did you get the tree's you forgot???

  Yep. Plus we had one guy back out on me so there's four apple trees left if you're interested. $20.00. Well seeing how it's raining I thinks there's a Glenn inspired project on tap for today. Pictures coming when completed. I didn't get any of the remaining yard sprayed, but I did get four new tires on the truck yesterday to the tune $1,480.00. Not giving them away, but my comfort level pulling the camper is up a ton. That means there's a set of Artic Claw tires for sale cheap here. 275-65-18 I think, ton of thread left on them, $120.00. Got to go, later...... :happy1: :happy1:
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Morning fellers, got my ark all ready for the day  :confused: :rotflmao: flood warning here. Got plenty inside stuff to do  light mist right now.  Looks like about noon all he'll breaks loose.
2015 deer slayer!!!!!!!!!!

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Hey Mark??   did you get the tree's you forgot???

  Yep. Plus we had one guy back out on me so there's four apple trees left if you're interested. $20.00. Well seeing how it's raining I thinks there's a Glenn inspired project on tap for today. Pictures coming when completed. I didn't get any of the remaining yard sprayed, but I did get four new tires on the truck yesterday to the tune $1,480.00. Not giving them away, but my comfort level pulling the camper is up a ton. That means there's a set of Artic Claw tires for sale cheap here. 275-65-18 I think, ton of thread left on them, $120.00. Got to go, later...... :happy1: :happy1:
Glenn inspired?? :sleazy: :rotflmao: :rolleyes: that's open for ALOT of interpretation.  :sleazy: :shocked: :rolleyes: :rotflmao:
2015 deer slayer!!!!!!!!!!

Online LPS

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Morning boys.  it is 51 here and should see 63.  Rain later with wind too.  Warnings to watch creeks and rivers rising.  I got the meadow mowed yesterday and a good part of the pasture. The guys showed up and got the added deck built for us.  Very nice.  Man Mike good to hear your eye is ok and sure hope your heart checks go well too.  No big plans today, maybe work on the office walls some more.  You all have a good one.

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that's a darn good price Mark for apple tree's, but I have one now and that's enough!!! 
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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Mornin' fellow gulag comrades! 62 at choretime heading for a high in the low 70's. .16" of rain at the ranch overnite and .20" in Bugtussle. Lots of rain around us but we've been fortunate so far. Played hay fairy last nite so asset's kinda dragging this a.m. Got my copy written, proofed and sent in between visitors this a.m. Take a dump, eat an apple, make my run to the PO and my morning should be about SITA. Might be a Poppy afternoon... :coffee:   
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Online Jerkbiat

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that's a darn good price Mark for apple tree's, but I have one now and that's enough!!!
Wish I was closer. But I would spend more in fuel to get them.
Hey look your bobber is up!

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Morning boys. 53 here with angry seas this morning. The lake is really rolling. Supposed to make 55 today it says with more rain. We have .52" so far. Supposed to rain until about noon it says. Otherwise just getting ready for another day in the salt mines. Have a good one boys.
Hey look your bobber is up!

Offline Scenic

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Good morning All.  A breezy 57 here this morning with some light rain.  Looks like rain until this afternoon.  I see the lake level has came up a couple inches the last couple days.   Have a great day!! 

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mornin all, well about 1.4 inches of rain I think..  49 now and hope to see the lower 60's today..  EKG at 830 this morning in Alex and then go from there for the day.  have a good day all!!   
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

Online LPS

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Morning boys. Windy and rainy here.  It is 49 and 60 is expected.  We have a blonde hair under 1 1/4" here now from this event.  Supposed to rain here all day and into tonight.  Like above 75% the whole time.  Inside day today.  I may do some ribs in the oven today.  Too wet outside and just got 3 racks at $2.99 lb.  That is a deal up here.  Well you all have a good one.  Good luck with the EKG Mike! 

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Here's hoping Iowa Guy is ok down there.  :happy1: :happy1:

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So I liked the idea of putting a container with soap in it on the pressure washer and here’s my design. :happy1: :happy1:
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Online LPS

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Darn good idea Mark.  Then a valve I suppose to turn it on and off.  It is a pain to not knock the jug of soap over.  I like it.  May have to copy your idea. 

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Much better than Smurphys.

Online LPS

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Oh ya he made one too.  LOL  May have to revisit his too.   :sleazy:

Online LPS

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I had to post this.  This is what evidently happens when they dip into their own product.  LOLhttps://www.youtube.com/shorts/jFxl5O6LzWc?feature=share

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So I posted the pictures from my phone with little description because it's too hard to type on. The jug on the pressure washer is from an old Murray lawn mower, the mounts are fabricated from some 1/4"x1" bar stock and 1 1/2" angle iron. Fun project during the rain yesterday and only took a couple of hours to do. Well it's haircut day today and I can hardly wait. After that it's get stuff in the camper and get camper ready to go wheeling this weekend at a friend's place North of Akeley. We haven't done that for over ten years. Should be a good time. Heard the walleyes are hitting around here so I hope to get boat out next week. Fresh fish and hashbrowns sounds tasty right now all of a sudden. Have a great day all, later.... :happy1: :happy1:
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Online LPS

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I am surprised that some company hasn't done that already.  They will now that they saw your invention.

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Think Mark and I need to have a talk about smurfy copyright infringement.  :tut: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:

Seriously,  stick with me all you fellers can learn things. :happy1: :sleazy:

Morning fellers,  got alot of inside the big shed projects done yesterday.  Got wet going to abd from cabin, small shed and big shed  but it's done. Not sure what is on the agenda yet today
2015 deer slayer!!!!!!!!!!

Online LPS

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Went over and looked at Sheldon's shop.  Very nice shop.  Would be better without the water.  What a shame.  Good luck Sheldon. Thanks for the heads up Dutch.
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      Good morning campers. Sun is shining. Rain gauge total for this rain event, as they call them these days, was 2.9".
      Stay safe everyone.
I got a GED. I couldnt speel deploma.

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well EKG is done and according to the nurse that did all looked fine....  got motion lotion for $3.19, but many places up to $3.45 already!!!   Alex cartel as Mark said...
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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Mornin' fellow gulag comrades! 52 at choretime, heading for a high in the upper 60's. Rainfall totals were .93" at the ranch & 1.37" in Bugtussle proper. Plenty of wind so there's lots of crap to pick up before mowing again. At least we were spared from the tornaders like Greenfield IA got. Lots of phone calls this a.m. People must be bored if they want to talk to me. May blast out of here and try to mow some lawn so maybe I can get at the sheep pasture fence over at the kindly neighbors. He decided to take the bottom two strands of barbed wire off the fence which was fine. The wire had been snapped by the snow over the years and the dummies from the co-op hitting the fence with the sprayer numerous times. What wasn't so fine was the electric wire was tangled up with it. Rather than untangling it or cutting it and splicing it, he removed all that too! Now all the electric wire has to be replaced along with some of the insulators.  :doah: He did spray around the perimeter so at least there is that.   
Time itself is bought and sold, the spreading fear of growing old contains a thousand foolish games that we play. (Neil Young)

Offline Bobberineyes

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Good noon forum fellas 63 at lakeside,  drove out yesterday afternoon with no rain until we hit the driveway here. Really wanted to go fishing last night but the lake was rocking with the strong winds. Managed a few fish this morning tho, kept 4 eyes and a norten. Maisy is doing great, been retrieving in the water and woods,  thinking she'll see her first boat ride and fishin mission tonight, best run....See ya!!