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The civil war museum in Harrisburg has a few like that also. Amazing.
Just bored out of my skull , nothing to build or work on . Killing time but not looting....
"Pretty good marks on 291?" Yeah, I've seen those. Not mine! Mine are buried under one layer of last year's chip seal about 100 yards NW of chip hill. I haven't even heard anyone so much as going thru the gears for the last year (except me of course). I smile every time I past the one by the bridge. Make me think I might need to go down there and do a little comparison - maybe. Right now, I'm on two radars. Mama's - don't you dare break something - and our local state trooper. So I need to be careful.
I appreciate the thoughts and offers guys, but perhaps when coronavirus-19 becomes a thing of the past...
Coronavirus-19 runs the course as viral pneumonia, as some of you may know. It's not a cold or the flu and if someone tries to sell you on that - Don't believe it.
I had viral pneumonia in '75 that just about buried me at the age of 21. I know it would today! So I need to be careful since my system has been compromised since '75 (having this leave a lingering effect).
It just sucks, not being able to go and show and meet new people that could turn to friendship.
Speaking of gettin' and going, I decided to take a little Sunday-stay-in-the-car-and-just-drive to a neighboring town. It was nice to stretch it out, and see if my gas mileage would improved since re-jetting and yes it did...Leaps and bounds (Now I can check a few plug colors). Just before I took off, I checked one little Trubel spot on the fuel line and found the most tiniest of leaks (Lower fuel line to diversion block). Set the wrenches on it, gave a little twist to reset the line. Found no leak, after that, so off I went with mask and wipes in the car (just in case). The car ran beautiful from my door step to this mountain tourist town. A lot of look-sees, thumbs-up, so forth and so on. I decided it wasn't time to go home yet, so I drove on the other side of the highway into housing developments nice and slow. Too slow, in fact, causing the 440 to stumble and die...Right in front of the cemetery! Yikes!!! I knew the moment it crapped out what the problem was. Needless to say, I felt the fuel line and found it too hot to touch. I took a look down along the lower fuel line and - yes - found it smack against the alternator. My little last minute mechanical move was a boneheaded move. LOL! So I held a 30 minute single car car show - in front of the cemetery - before it fired up. Guess what I'm doing before Father's day?
Glad you enjoyed your touring expedition!
Its the kind of thing that lets you deal with the little problems in a relaxed and civil manner.
When I first picked it up 5 years ago. ..
Department of Health suing Carlisle Events to stop 'Spring Carlisle' from exceeding 250 person gathering limit
250? They are trying to tell a joke?
Morning all, and Happy Father's day.
Made my friend Chicken Shit for breakfast.
He can't eat breads.
So instead of over toast.
It's creamed dried beef over scrambled eggs.
Is that really the name? must be a special friend!
Well over toast
He calls it shit on a shingle.
I understand that's a common name for it.
Perhaps someone else will chime in.
He can't have the toast so I put it on scrambled eggs and he calls it chicken shit.
Who in there right mind would eat that?
Well maybe sleepy Joe.
An Amish father and son go to a mall for the first time and are amazed with what they saw... They were really intrigued with the elevator...
They see a 6 year old little girl press the button, bells and lights go off, the doors open and she walks on the elevator... Fifteen seconds later the bells go off again, the doors open, and a gorgeous 23 year old woman steps off the elevator...
The father looks at his boy and says, "Son, go get your mother"....