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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-10-2000, 03:28 PM Thread Starter
 
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what a Bummer....

It's an icky rainy day here in central Texas. [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/frown.gif[/img]
No wheelin' today.
Oh well, it seems to be the perfect oportunity to fix that persistent leak in the Jeep's windshield and waste away a few catching up on the BBS.
Catch ya'll later....


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Re: what a Bummer....

It is also a sticky, rainy day here in north Texas. No wheeling for me, well, except for in the street. WAS going to begin building a storage house, but the rain has prevented me of that. Those of you in the sunshine are lucky today. Take care.

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Re: what a Bummer....

same here in NW Arkansas, rain/humid.

I took the little guy to an air show, we got to sit in the cockpit of a C130.
it was neat, but man, there isnt much airflow in one of those rigs.

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Re: what a Bummer....

Central Florida's hot and dry ....could use some wet stuff....what's not burning is sinking (sinkholes)

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Unhumen's right. The last attempted "controlled burn" to remove a potential forest fire got out of control, took out 2 houses, and forced the evacuation of 2600 residents. Worse yet, there is no mud at Crane Park, the river has run dry, and the pond is barely covering the alligators with water.

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Not one to ever rub it in,,,,,I just cant bring myself tell you all bout the trails I rode today.or about perfect 75 degree weather,,the sun shine, or the great time I had, and I certainly wont mention the "Barley Pops" we all had afterwards, as we discussed best approach to shoot thru the "Konnard" hole and to joke with those who didnt choose correctly, and had to call for a winch. . Nope,not me....

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Re: what a Bummer....

Had a little rain down here in southern florida. Not enough to create mud, but the rainy season has started and i can't wait.

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Ya'll can all stop that talk of sun and rain. Six months of rain in Washington !!! Lots of mud. I've revived that fine art of wrenching while wet.. Gotta love it...

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