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    Quote Originally Posted by flyweight View Post
    Jamie, see the white chicki-dee in the middle? Yeah, the one looking to your left. That there would be some good eatt'n, ah gorontee.




    That's a fishing boat with only 1200 HP.
    Man that is like in your face I am spoiled rotten!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pappa View Post
    You are one brave SOB to walk thru that group of killers to do your job! Did you carry a piece or the mandatory tear gas? You have been and continue to be a true inspiration to working and retired guv guys!
    Quote Originally Posted by flyweight View Post
    Jamie, see the white chicki-dee in the middle? Yeah, the one looking to your left. That there would be some good eatt'n, ah gorontee.

    I don’t carry (forbidden to while on the job actually), but have a machete on my hip or at least handy. If one of those birds gets sassy, with a machete, they’re half way to dinner.

    The critter from today...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonyPark View Post
    I don’t carry (forbidden to while on the job actually), but have a machete on my hip or at least handy. If one of those birds gets sassy, with a machete, they’re half way to dinner.

    The critter from today...
    Now that’s good eatin. well someday. Cute as heck today but too dang young to be hitch hiking.


    JD, I would have made you get that checked out. That looks like an oweeee.
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    Drove past a few fields of these today. They look more like squash than pumpkins but they are canning pumpkins. I think something like 80-90% of canned pumpkin in the US comes from around Morton, IL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    Most of the guys on my mail contract were great - except for one. He wasn’t a “super trucker” as the term applies but an outright liar and cheat. But of course he knew it all.

    I was very fortunate in being all by myself 99% of the time. Us drivers would talk on the phone occasionally if one of us was going to be late for the relay etc.

    My original truck had a super 10. I loved that thing. But you had to be patient with shifts. This guy had to use my truck one night since his broke down. He called me 1/2 hour later screaming that something was wrong with my truck.

    If you missed 3 shifts in a row the truck would go into limp mode.....

    The best thing was he never would use my truck again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDSwan87 View Post
    I'm not one to go to the hospital unless I feel it's REALLY necessary. Well this was "the highest level of sprain you can get" according to the Dr.... They gave me a script for Motrin 800, keep it wrapped in an Ace bandage and I need to wear this flimsy looking air cast thingy. No big boot... relax, keep it elevated, no heavy lifting...

    I felt like I "cried wolf" since it wasn't broken (never having broken a bone before) but Dr. said I did the right thing getting it checked out. She said "if you were my husband, I would have made you get it checked."

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    Have wings, will travel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by X750 View Post
    Some of you have probably seen this, it's at the Florida Flywheeler park...it boggles my mind , thinking how
    BIG the machine was to run use this bucket...heck , flip it over and I could use it to garage my gator !!

    Is that from the Big Muskie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fjjd18 View Post
    Saw these yesterday on my way to Sunrise Beach Fl. There is a poker run in Key West this weekend.....

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    This is a WHOLE lot of in boats and trucks
    I lived in FL for awhile near Jupiter. Every year id go to the inlet to watch the boats take off for the KDW and a Sailfish tournaments. It was fun to watch the 50ft+ sport fishing boats spool up and head out in a hurry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2LaneCruzer View Post
    I don't know , there was no sign on it.

    Here's some more pics from the Flywheeler Show....

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