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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    Last I remember - which wasn稚 more than a month ago - he was talking about retiring. But now he seems to be traveling even more......

    Take your pension Frank - enjoy it while you still can!. Nobody can keep the pace you are running forever.....
    Ya don't do like my Father, Brother and Mother did let the Government keep it all waited to long? Me I am trying to get back mine and some of theirs that they paid into all there life! I even paid both halves of mine being self employed so long?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Going to see the Big D today and stop at Harbor Freight.
    Gonna pick up one of these to use for cleanup after cleaning the underside of the mower deck.
    $8.99

    • 16 in. wide mouth for broom or rake
    • Sheet steel pan with bent steel tube handle


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    I have one similar to that with a long handle on it. I think it is called a shovel.
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    good day-well it is my morning -oh

    sun's out shining here---what to do today.................................................. ..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJim55 View Post
    good day-well it is my morning -oh

    sun's out shining here---what to do today.................................................. ..........

    You already missed 1/2 of it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Going to see the Big D today and stop at Harbor Freight.
    Gonna pick up one of these to use for cleanup after cleaning the underside of the mower deck.
    $8.99

    • 16 in. wide mouth for broom or rake
    • Sheet steel pan with bent steel tube handle


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    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    I have one similar to that with a long handle on it. I think it is called a shovel.
    Well ya see DR he's from New York, they are at that stage of development where they have basic hand tools, but haven't
    figured out *the handle* yet.(or for that matter cabbed Gators or cabbed tractors)

    Give'em time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    I have one similar to that with a long handle on it. I think it is called a shovel.
    You know what you can do with your shovel?

    I didn't pick it up. The metal was thinner than paper.
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    I topped yesterday’s non-physical labor.

    Our arbor is ~ 18 years old. The overhead is made up of 8” joist with lattice work above that. After all this time, isn’t not in the best shape.
    I’m remodeling it and am going to install a roof on it. I removed everything above the main structure. Not sure if I’ll build trusses, or install joist and rafters.
    The roofing will be metal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    You know what you can do with your shovel?

    I didn't pick it up. The metal was thinner than paper.
    At harbor freight? Say it ain稚 so.

    Amazon has a variety from $5-20.

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    Good evening gtt

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    Next task was tackling the Japanese live oak. My little WORX 10” electric chainsaw had a workout.

    At the moment, I’m cooling off, sitting on the porch swing, having a cold one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyweight View Post
    I topped yesterday痴 non-physical labor.

    Our arbor is ~ 18 years old. The overhead is made up of 8 joist with lattice work above that. After all this time, isn稚 not in the best shape.
    I知 remodeling it and am going to install a roof on it. I removed everything above the main structure. Not sure if I値l build trusses, or install joist and rafters.
    The roofing will be metal.
    That will be an ideal place to sit in the rain - or get out of the sun. Wait a minute...that's all the time where you live.....
    ~Stan~
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