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post #31 of 55 (permalink) Old 11-24-2012, 08:32 PM
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Mine was out and about today. I'll probably be out again tomorrow too. But... first salt on the roads and it stays in the garage. At the rate the weather's going ... that could be about any day now.


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Mine was out and about today. I'll probably be out again tomorrow too. But... first salt on the roads and it stays in the garage. At the rate the weather's going ... that could be about any day now.
move south.....sunshine and blue skies.... in the high 60's today and tomorrow
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After Cars & Coffee yesterday, the R got a bath, topped off and tucked away. I don't know how you guys do it when you have to tuck your trucks away for a whole season... you are brave souls!

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Afternoon Evenin Ya'll!

After Cars & Coffee yesterday, the R got a bath, topped off and tucked away. I don't know how you guys do it when you have to tuck your trucks away for a whole season... you are brave souls!
I know it's crazy

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Afternoon Evenin Ya'll!

After Cars & Coffee yesterday, the R got a bath, topped off and tucked away. I don't know how you guys do it when you have to tuck your trucks away for a whole season... you are brave souls!
Not brave.... unfortunate, depressed, whatever. But.... absence makes the first drive in spring like day 1 all over again.


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post #41 of 55 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 05:47 PM
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Made it home safe & sound. I wonder why people don't use cruise control on freeways? It was easy to spot them. They would come speeding up from behind pull to the left & sit on my left side until I was boxed in & had to brake or hit the vehicle in front
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Made it home safe & sound. I wonder why people don't use cruise control on freeways? It was easy to spot them. They would come speeding up from behind pull to the left & sit on my left side until I was boxed in & had to brake or hit the vehicle in front
Yep... I see that all the time too. The worst ones are those that slow down to nearly the same speed as the other slower, then take off again once past ... making it hard to get around them. It's so bad at times that if I know I'm overtaking someone, I pull out into the left lane even when I know someone is overtaking me. Just fed up with the stupidity so they can suck my exhaust for a few seconds.


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Yep... I see that all the time too. The worst ones are those that slow down to nearly the same speed as the other slower, then take off again once past ... making it hard to get around them. It's so bad at times that if I know I'm overtaking someone, I pull out into the left lane even when I know someone is overtaking me. Just fed up with the stupidity so they can suck my exhaust for a few seconds.
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Hot left-over turkey?????
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Carl I don't think they do thanksgiving in Canada it's a U.S. thing

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Carl I don't think they do thanksgiving in Canada it's a U.S. thing
OH... they have Thanksgiving... it just happens to be on the same day we do Columbus Day.


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Hot left-over turkey?????
Why would you be cooking leftover turkey? It's just fine right out of the fridge!


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why cook left over turkey???

it is different from cold left over turkey
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it is different from cold left over turkey
There wasn't any left at my House.

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no turkey here eh although Wayne is thinking of cooking one this week
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anyway.............I just booked our January vacation!!!!!!!! and when we get home from that we'll jump in our truck and drive to Laughlin

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no turkey here eh although Wayne is thinking of cooking one this week
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anyway.............I just booked our January vacation!!!!!!!! and when we get home from that we'll jump in our truck and drive to Laughlin
Have fun you two !!!
back to work today vacation all over now !!

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