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    early seasonal shop closing??

    i took these yesterday (saturday when i woke up), and i thought, oh no, could i be shut down for the year? just when the wife has demanded another project. we shall see what the week ahead brings...
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    Dan glad it's you and not me. That's one way not to have to make that next project for the wife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Bellinger View Post
    Dan glad it's you and not me.
    X2 still allot of hunting to do before it get cold.
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    yeah those Minnesota folks just dont know how to cope in the cool weather and still work steve
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    Heard the midwest got dumped on. Seems a little early for that though!

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    It did get cold yesterday. When I woke up it was 55 degrees!...BRRRRR

    Sorry to poke fun...but I put up with that snow for 30 years.....never again

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    Dan......what you need is called insulation ....they sell it in many, many places......
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    Photos like that remind me of why I enjoy living in the South!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Noren View Post
    i took these yesterday (saturday when i woke up), and i thought, oh no, could i be shut down for the year? just when the wife has demanded another project. we shall see what the week ahead brings...
    Looks to me like it's time to head south for the winter...
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    Yes it was cold here today too, didn't get above 65...
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