Bruce ,Very nice looking interior ,I remember when my looked like that 30 yrs ago before (back then you had to have black ) I changed mine to black ,now I kick myself in the rear ,but soon I will be changing back to blue ,sound's like you guys are having a harsh winter ,very mild for us in the Pacific NW ,just a lot of rain all the time ...Again very nice and take care ..Happy Motoring
we are going to get hammered in central Minnesota over the next few days...again. On top of that I have a jury trial starting this afternoon. Hope I don't get stuck trying to get to court......No I am not on trial....I am the detective.....LOL. I already warned the prosectuor that the jurors might be running late on Thursday and Friday.
I got the blower gased up, trash cans pulled inside, extra milk and food... neighbor has his bobcat and endloader ready, he gave me a :thumbsup: this morning when I left to meet clients,,, after he 'pushes' the snow this time, I will use my 3 stage blower to flip the snow up into the woods and get the driveways back to normal width again. I love doing that part. Mrs. Click is taking the Tahoe to work on Thur. and Im hunkering down and will take pics to keep the folks in Calif and Fl. amused. You clowns
Joe... hey call me a cheater but if they lived next to you, you'd love em too they are great folks and NEVER accept money for gas either. A few venison steaks works
Other neighobor just got home from Indiana after 3 weeks of settling his folks estate, they got killed in car accident there. Very sad but they are so happy to be home, septic didnt freeze either. Guess we dont have earthquakes or hurricanes, just snow and frozen septics on occasion. Thats a crappy deal for sure.
More later..... to be continued as the snow falls.
I spoke to soon... I gased up the blower but on a whim figured I better start it for the first time in over a year... you guessed it, wont fire. With starter fluid it popped so I guessed fuel issue. Needle in bottom of the tin cup on the carb had very foul smelling varnish type fluid dripping out, ahh ha pulled the cup off and full of varnish. I used Stabil last year but anyway.. pulled the needle and it was also stuck and layerd with varnish. Cleaned them up, ran fresh gas thru tank and line and put it back together and one pull and it fired and ran fine. phew... NOW Im ready. Radar shows the storm west of me about 100 miles and on the way. Wooo hooo we like storms having venison spaghetti supper tonight
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