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Old 11-12-2017, 07:30 PM
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I had fun in my backyard.....
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Old 11-12-2017, 07:44 PM
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Yesterday was the funeral of my best buddy. Super early (8:00 AM funeral Mass) followed by a Marine Corp League ceremony, complete with flag folding and firing of 3 volleys at the legion.

Now I'm standing by to assist his wife & his 3 daughters with anything they may need.

Valuing and organizing the sale of his stash of rod pieces' n' parts, his tools and equipment.

His subscriptions to 13 car magazines have all been cancelled. His clubs have been notified. Now I need to find someone who knows something to assist in valuing and selling his guns, ammo, reloading gear......

Sorry to hear about your loss. We lost our mother at 74 on 6/2/17 and then our father at 84 on 10/17/17 and it was pretty stressful having to find all the half siblings after 30+ years to let all them know. We all decided it wasn't cutting it just getting together for funerals anymore so we're planning more reunions atleast on a yearly basis.
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Old 11-12-2017, 07:48 PM
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Sorry to hear about your loss. We lost our mother at 74 on 6/2/17 and then our father at 84 on 10/17/17 and it was pretty stressful having to find all the half siblings after 30+ years to let all them know. We all decided it wasn't cutting it just getting together for funerals anymore so we're planning more reunions atleast on a yearly basis.
Good for you. I lost both my parents within three week of each other. I was told that it was not uncommon.

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Old 11-12-2017, 07:53 PM
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Good for you. I lost both my parents within three week of each other. I was told that it was not uncommon.

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Wow, that's heavy, I'm sorry. I thought a year apart was bad. Literally within on week, a year apart, at Christmas.

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Old 11-12-2017, 07:58 PM
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Mine are 16", the tire says to NOT mount on a 16.5 wheel...
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Mine are 16", the tire says to NOT mount on a 16.5 wheel...

OK my extras are 16,5
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Wahoo.........kitchen is done.........for now.

I still need to make the island unit, but I can move on to two more washrooms for now.

A lot of tiling in my near future coming up. Thanks stars that the basement washroom tiles only have one row in the shower left to do.
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Wahoo.........kitchen is done.........for now.

I still need to make the island unit, but I can move on to two more washrooms for now.

A lot of tiling in my near future coming up. Thanks stars that the basement washroom tiles only have one row in the shower left to do.

As always ,Very Nice.
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Old 11-13-2017, 06:00 AM
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Good for you. I lost both my parents within three week of each other. I was told that it was not uncommon.

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Worked with a lady who lost both within a half hour. One expired out in the yard and during the hubub the other passed.
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finishing up the truck. so far i have managed to avoid sewing my fingers together. the closer it gets the more i regret selling it
oh well , i have the 55 big window to start this winter .
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Old 11-13-2017, 06:32 AM
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finishing up the truck. so far i have managed to avoid sewing my fingers together. the closer it gets the more i regret selling it
oh well , i have the 55 big window to start this winter .

That's coming along nicely.
It's already sold?
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Old 11-13-2017, 07:10 AM
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finishing up the truck. so far i have managed to avoid sewing my fingers together. the closer it gets the more i regret selling it
oh well , i have the 55 big window to start this winter .
nice,,like pattern and color cordination.
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Old 11-13-2017, 07:47 AM
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finishing up the truck. so far i have managed to avoid sewing my fingers together. the closer it gets the more i regret selling it
oh well , i have the 55 big window to start this winter .
I really enjoy the trim work Shine. It will be an exciting day when I uncover my sewing machine.

Have you enjoyed doing the interior?

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Old 11-13-2017, 08:19 AM
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Wahoo.........kitchen is done.........for now.

I still need to make the island unit, but I can move on to two more washrooms for now.

A lot of tiling in my near future coming up. Thanks stars that the basement washroom tiles only have one row in the shower left to do.
I'll bet you'll never build a fifteen room house again!

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it was ok john. first time i have sat at a sewing machine since i was a kid . once i junked that damn cut pile carpet it was ok. i hate that stuff. sew a boarder on it and the whole thing will pull off . i dont plan on doing any customer work , just my own stuff . i am planing on building a better machine table . what i have is ok but i want to build a wrap around table for better support and control .
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