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Or for you to go back in time whenever the summer is over.

Anyways, hope the tire swapping doesn't give you to much trouble.

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J. H. Rasmussen wrote: Or for you to go back in time whenever the summer is over.

I would go for that.
J. H. Rasmussen wrote: Anyways, hope the tire swapping doesn't give you to much trouble.
Cars always costing money!

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J. H. Rasmussen wrote: Fri Sep 30, 2022 12:08 am I would like to help, but i don't have any spare D'Lorean capacitors lying around ;)

It's going to be interesting to see how cold this winter is going to be for us Europeans.
We experienced the earliest or second earliest snow flurries on Tuesday a week ago. I had concrete in the forms covered with moving pads waiting for it to warm back up.

I seriously hope it is not a sign of things to come.
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Well, i don't see any snow on the streets over here for now, it is raining though.

Hope you get some better weather for your concrete project.

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No snow here yet. Next week we get mid-teens, but after that, things get closer to normal.

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LMD wrote: Fri Oct 28, 2022 3:17 am No snow here yet. Next week we get mid-teens, but after that, things get closer to normal.
and then you shipped it south. Been colder this week than the Clinton bedroom.

Project on hold until the worker can tolerate the temps.

Belated Turkey day to LMD and JH if you have one.
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Colbyt wrote: Sat Nov 19, 2022 11:35 am Belated Turkey day to LMD and JH if you have one.
Same to you Colbyt.

Celebrated DW's birthday recently. Now, on to Xmas stuff. Tree is up. Eavestrough lights up. Now on to the outside garland and railing lights.

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I admire your efforts. We don't even put up the tree anymore. I'm seeing a lot more of the not now the folks around us are getting older.
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It seems the further one lives west up here, the more one must spend on outside lights, trees, plugin Santas and flashy reindeer things. I think there's some unofficial contest out west for those who spend more $$ than necessary. The movie Christmas Vacation comes to mind.

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Well for and wife agrees, the work of decorating was worth it when the kids were small as we shared and enjoyed their excitement. Then the became teens and it was not so much. Then they were grown and we did it so they could come home and enjoy.

It sorta ended when they had kids and repeated the cycle. By then it was easier for us to go to their place then take the grand-kids away from their loot.
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