Somebody's got to do it.
Still had a few odds and ends to tie up before winter. Installed 2 new wireless thermostats for the bedrooms. Total of 5 zones...
Made 3 gallons of salsa and 3 gallons of sauce today.
Got home a day early and installed this kit this AM. Easy job. Thanks again buddy.
Yes, I knew when I signed on I'd have one big project requiring a lot of travel for a few months. I'm almost at the end of it. Big robotics...
Local dealer has the part in stock. Pick it up Saturday when I get home and swap it in. Any special tools required?
Cool. Thanks for the good info.
Fuel pump jumper harness? You think that's where I have a short?
'09 F150. Apparently I'm not the first guy to have this happen according to the interwebs. I'm not sure why this would happen...other than too...
Went and grabbed some lunch....jumped back in the truck and turned the key....turned over...and over...and over...but never started. Expletives....
G200 is a good one. I have the slightly less expensive G200S and it kicked azz last winter.
Currently working for a 3PL doing IT and industrial engineering.
At least until another big one hits the dirt.
The "tree crew" ended up cutting everything up and the butt logs are going to the mill. There's a small mountain of wood left for me to pick up...
Not payday though. Bad.
Cold beer. Good.
Corn flies driving me crazy. Bad.
Grill has chicken on it. Good.
Have work bugging...
I need 70 pages of essays written in broken English. Please take my money.
I can split down to whatever size onsite. If I split it...I split it all the way and it goes right on the stack. No resplitting for this guy.
I have to cut it up. This was a chop and drop job. Maybe I should use this as a reason to add a 462 to the stable.
My back says otherwise. I hate wrastlin those big rounds.
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