Author Topic: A visit to Spike60's part of the world.. this past weekend  (Read 194 times)

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I enjoyed watching the video on my big screen Samsung TV
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Bet its WARMER and DRIER from that vantage point! My feet were soaked so when I got back on the road... stopped at Macs loaded up with junk food and coffee.... pulled off the shoes and had the car heater full on the feet... stunk after a while. But warm dry feet for two of the three hours of driving was better than 3 hours of cold wet feet....    TMI

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We've had our share of snow here. My wife and I have had to work together to keep the 150' driveway clear enough to get in and out. Luckily this year I've been well enough to be out there in it. Last year I had to have the neighbor guy push out my driveway.

My older son who lives in the hills South of town has a 600' driveway and he has been stuck in it twice. I was there Saturday during the 1st day of the melt off and it was a solid sheet of ice. Hope it is mostly gone now? We start getting new fresh snow now.

Just think how bad it would be if we didn't have all this terrible global warming.
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I enjoyed that very much, the 61 is one of my all time favorites. I think I would put a head ache rack on the firewood truck to save the cab from a beating. ;D
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Watched the video.  That is a pretty neat operation for the wood processing.   The saws are pretty cool and seem to run really well.   Thanks for showing, and for sharing the saw info.
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