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Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by 2WIDGN, Mar 23, 2020.
Go to work like I normally do Monday thru Friday.
Moved the trailer house to new trailer park in Tuscaloosa. Me and the O'Lady put skirting all around the bottom to keep virus out.
My F150 with 130K had some brake issues. grabby, noises, and wouldn't release fast. Youtube'd some things to check and ended up changing both front rubber hose lines this weekend. $50 and fixed.
Also the furnace occasionally hiccups. Pulled the flame sensor and cleaned it. so far so good...
Then helped the ol lady pull a bunch of ivy and overgrowth in the front flower bed. Got some bonus points for that!
No projects. Work as normal or even more as we just got issued papers allowing us to leave our homes if we get issued the stay at home from the state and it allows us to pass thru any barricaded areas that pertain to our work. Turkey season can’t get here fast enough, if we’ll be allowed time off.
Yard work and painting the inside of my house
Working about 20 hours this week and am paid for full time so can't complain too much. Technically I'm on call since I'm the Facility maintenance guy at Juvenille hall. It never closes.
Doing some carpet cleaning now and will do some yard work.
Hoping to work on the old Dodge but it's stored about 35 minutes away.
I love it, what year, 71-72? In high school my best friend had a 69 charger R/T, Special Edition, 440, Hurst 4 speed, Edelbrock intake, Holly 850 double pumper, that was a sweet ride!
69 383 4 speed car.
1971 was when the body style changed.
Gonna switch motors over on my duck boat (mud motor to outboard) for the summer season. Have some interior home projects to do as it's still kind of cold to get much done outside.
I am retired so these days are much like any other in terms of getting things done vs. procrastination.
Changed out the circulator pump on the dual-tank system in the house.
(It's been making noise for months)
Doing a "real" spring cleanup. Not an "abbreviated" one like I've done for the past 5 years or so.
The list never ends. Never will.