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Good morning all - Yay it is the weekend!

2 pieces of baseboard to put up then caulk.

A few floor grout lines need to be replaced in the tile...so will look for the color match today and perhaps do that this weekend as well.


36 degs feels like 28 with a high of 55 - will be 58 tomorrow.
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I did not share my cookies with them, and came home and ate
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Aunt Bonnie - I can't quit laughing ! So is that what happened to my Christmas cookies ???
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Good morning everyone. 17 degrees when I got up and I almost busted my @ss when I walked out onto the deck while taking Mocha out. There's a light, almost invisible coating of frost on the wood and I danced the jig for a second but didn't go down for the count . Mocha caught on pretty quick and went down the steps nice and easy. I thought for sure that the patio would be slippery as well but nope. We're doing a hike this morning once the temps creep up a few degrees and that's pretty much it for today.
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Farm report (WARNING! Long rambling post ahead!): I had to spend extra time in the cow barn last night cleaning up the accumulated poop from the last couple days the cows were shut inside, so I didn't make it around to the other barn to help Rich finish up with the chickens and stuff. He has a hard time lifting and lowering the hydrant handle in that barn, so he has this awful habit of only pushing it down halfway to mostly shut the water off as he takes each bucket to dump in the trough.

I usually do the water in there, but since I was still picking up poop next door, he did it, and forgot to push the handle all the way down to "off" before he left. So it's 4 hours later and I'm in the bathroom getting ready to go to bed, and I can hear the water pump running. Except I'm not running any water yet, and Rich is downstairs on his computer. I thought maybe he'd flushed the toilet down there and the pump was just refilling the pressure tank, so I waited a couple minutes, but no, it was just running and running, non-stop.

I called down the stairs to him to tell him it was on, and could he go check the hydrants outside (he was still dressed, I was in my robe), but he didn't want to go back outside, so he said, "I can't hear it." Well, of course not, because he's DEAF. A discussion ensued, and rather than give in, I insisted he put his boots and coat on and go out and check. I had visions of the hydrant in the barn running full speed (prescience, anyone?). Finally, he said he'd go check, so he grabbed a flashlight and headed out. Meanwhile, I stood in the bathroom and listened, and sure enough, the pump finally cut off as he was coming back out of the barn (I was peeking out the window).

He got back, and to my utter shock and surprise, he thanked me for making him go out (he NEVER says thank you for ANYTHING), because the hydrant in the barn WAS running full speed, and now the barn is flooded. When the handle is in that half-off position, it's really easy for the water pressure to push the stopper up and the handle pops up and blammo, the water starts pouring out FAST. Anyway, he's going to have to do the water in there until the flood waters subside, because it's ICE now, but once it's back to dirt floor (or mud), he's off water duty, too. I have nagged him about that hydrant handle until I'm blue in the face, but he refuses to shut it off between buckets, so now I'll be doing that chore, too.

The silly thing is, we have a hose that we can run over to the trough from the hydrant, but we hardly ever use it in winter because even with careful draining, we often end up with a blocked hose when it freezes because we missed just that little bit of water. And then we have to use the bucket anyway. I'm gonna try the hose for a while in any case, and just make sure to be extra careful draining it afterward. Maybe THAT will work.

This is some kind of guy thing, isn't it? To do something so crappy that your wife takes the duty away from you? Both my exes were experts in this tactic, but Rich has always seemed different. But lately, I think he's tired, and he's resorting to the old stand-by "Do a bad job and the wife will do it herself." Hey, I guess it works, huh?
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Done with the baseboards and caulking.

Removed all the cracked grout.....sheesh just used a screwdriver. It was powder someone must have just used the humidity in the air to bind it together. Could tell where it was mixed ok vs not....even though should have been same bucket.

Now off to Lowes to get the grout, mix and apply. Painter will be here next Tuesday and the bathroom for the most part should be done. Oh nope I have to put up the blind on the window yet after the painter.

Also put a few boxes in the van to haul off to storage.
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[BBut lately, I think he's tired, and he's resorting to the old stand-by "Do a bad job and the wife will do it herself." Hey, I guess it works, huh?
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I have to DISAGREE with that statement Lannie ! For some unknown reason - It is easy for guys to screw up ! It's in our genes ! I have been accused of doing a bad job , when in fact - I was patting myself on the back for doing a great job Like they say -chit happens - to some of us more than others

I agree with the hose statement ! Have draining one 3 times and holding the end up to make sure its drained - the damn thing will be froze by next morning !

When we had lots of cattle - we had automictic waters - with heaters under them - I will never forget - we put in a brand new one - Guaranteed to NEVER freeze ! Well mom and dad went to California for 2 weeks to see my sister out there - the hired guy and I had been working all day long and was about to call it a day when the hired guy came and got me - there was water every where in the back of the barn , you guess it - something broke in the new waterer , I called the place where we got it - it was 4:45 and they said they close at 5 ! then the bad words just flowed right off of my tongue to the guy I was talking to - In short - I told him I was on my way - it would take 20 minutes to get there AND he had better be there ! HE was - lol it was 7:30 p.m. when we got it back working again and them cows were sure thirsty ! Took a month it seemed for my hands to warm back up - working in water in the winter is never good
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... "Do a bad job and the wife will do it herself." Hey, I guess it works, huh?



Wish it were so, around here...






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Nothing better than a women with her own tools ! And her own tool belt ! sign of a professional right there !
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Nothing better than a women with her own tools ! And her own tool belt ! sign of a professional right there !
I dunno--with the exception of the slightly worn looking monkey wrench, the rest of the stuff she is wearing looks brand spanking new.

Though I'm thinking you weren't looking at her clothes.
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I dunno--with the exception of the slightly worn looking monkey wrench, the rest of the stuff she is wearing looks brand spanking new.

Though I'm thinking you weren't looking at her clothes.

Hey, no reason the better half can't look good while working.....
(and she left her nails uncoated- must be a really tough repair job...)


Uhhh...Mel.....that's known as a "Stillson" wrench or generically- as a pipe wrench. Just like an adjustable wrench can be called either a "Crescent" or adjustable wrench. Or a recip saw can be called either a "Sawzall" or reciprocating saw. Same thing with "Skil" saws = circular saw, etc. Many well known brand names being used as generic names for tools.


Here's a "Monkey Wrench", no teeth on flat jaws, really a large adjustable wrench...

Monkey Wrench

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I dunno--with the exception of the slightly worn looking monkey wrench, the rest of the stuff she is wearing looks brand spanking new.

Though I'm thinking you weren't looking at her clothes.

Hey I did notice her fancy plaid inside of her shoes!
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Done with the grouting - my wimpy soft hands, I cut my index finger as I used it to help smooth out grout lines and clean the bucket. Darn silca sand etc...

Mixed, grouted, cleaned, then removed any haze (hope none is left)

Would never last on Doc or Lannie's farm.


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and drinking a beer. Hmm guess that goes together as well as Beethoven and wine?
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I dunno--with the exception of the slightly worn looking monkey wrench, the rest of the stuff she is wearing looks brand spanking new.

Though I'm thinking you weren't looking at her clothes.
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Hey I did notice her fancy plaid inside of her shoes!
Good eye Modm ! That was the first thing noticed !
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I dunno--with the exception of the slightly worn looking monkey wrench, the rest of the stuff she is wearing looks brand spanking new.

Though I'm thinking you weren't looking at her clothes.
Beau ascertained, after much study & contemplation...
- she must be on, her 1st day of the job (early in morning) // aka extra clean cloths


Father taught me:
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- pipe wrench = has teeth

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Uhhh...Mel.....that's known as a "Stillson" wrench or generically- as a pipe wrench. Just like an adjustable wrench can be called either a "Crescent" or adjustable wrench. Or a recip saw can be called either a "Sawzall" or reciprocating saw. Same thing with "Skil" saws = circular saw, etc. Many well known brand names being used as generic names for tools.


Here's a "Monkey Wrench", no teeth on flat jaws, really a large adjustable wrench...

Monkey Wrench



SD, how DARE you correct my faux pas.

DON'T do it AGAIN!






But how about that tape measure in her tool kit? When she pulls that out to use it, all of the other tools are going to come out with it.

Messy.

(Boys, stop those thoughts.)
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Scott today went birthday shopping .....unlimited budget for his new handgun.

As you can tell he left my azz in the dusk! This man is goin shopping!!!!!!

He had a great time! Great salesman. A real old timer . Old school and knows his stuff. Retired US Marshall!
Very polite man. Everytime they would interrupt him and Scott the man would say.....you will have to wait , I am with my customer.
How refreshing.
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Eva Spots Coyote Running Down Street?

Was cutting and trimming front lawn this morning. Had Eva tethered out on front driveway while I did yard work, as she loves to snoop in neighborhood. I heard her barking and when I turned around say a gray mottled looking dog or coyote running down middle of street. Two cars just missed the poor little fellow!

Posted my Nest video clip on NextDoor (a.k.a NextDog) in case anyone lost their coyote-like grey dog.

https://video.nest.com/clip/a6bd7bae...6fdd1172f8.mp4


Other neighbors on NextDoor have confirmed the coyote sighting just now. It's supposed to be mating season for them at this time? I've seen several posts about them coming over fences to get into skirmishes with pets.

Maybe I need to post some of those "OK- This Way to Chikins" signs, like Ken did?
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Ten Doberman Rules
Poke Everything.
It's New? Bark At It.
Moves? Chase It.
Doesn't Move? Smell It.
Liquid? Spill and Dribble It.
Treat or Food? Wolf It Down.
Not Food? Chew It Slowly, Be Quiet & Hide From Human.
A Toy? Shred & Destroy It.
Stuffed? De-Stuff It.
Bites You Back? Wrestle It!

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SD, how DARE you correct my faux pas.

DON'T do it AGAIN!



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Poke Everything.
It's New? Bark At It.
Moves? Chase It.
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Treat or Food? Wolf It Down.
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