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Old 02-19-2018, 11:36 PM
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finely got the last thing glued in place. the 53 has solid floors in it once more. now the only thing left to do is drill more holes in the left. it is a strange business fill in 6 holes only to drill two more. I pretty sure that these were made for the sedan not the sedan delivery. one would not have thought they were different floors but other the a vague all most shape everything was just not there. February the gift that just keeps giving may put a damper in the go east planes. we got 8 more inches Sunday and today. running out of room to put stuff. we were glad for the inside work. sound like Thursday is our next chance for white stuff. but that on is going more east and following the 190 route east.

Mookie braved the weather to come out and beg for another treat. sorry boy you all ready eat your quota
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You're a lucky and talented man Mr. Ed...

Talented in that: "You know what you're doing"

Lucky in that: "Love the snow"
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more Lucky that Joe gave me that drivers side. but the GI bill put me threw body school some time back in 1971. I had a good teacher. then working a one man body shop with a wife and new baby taught me not to be picky what jobs I took. but working in the Far on straight commission out taught me that you need to fix things not wait for weeks to R&R something . get it fixed and get on to the next job because the wife and 3 kids were expecting supper and the man in the waiting room was expecting to drive back to his home today. you didn't make that happen you most likely were not getting a second chance.

but tell me Richard why are you trading Hurricanes for this? I had a appointment in Rapid today, Kandy had one down here. I took the pickup she need to take the Monti. so it was make it so before I left this morning
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Photos of winter like this, make it a lil more tolerable.
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