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Awww!

You are already thinking about my Christmas gift?

That is so sweet!

Please don't rush me to Christmas.

I've still got 2.5 acres to mow before I have to start all over again.
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Daily.... Hourly? Ah... My misspent youth.

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Awww!

You are already thinking about my Christmas gift?

That is so sweet!

Please don't rush me to Christmas.

I've still got 2.5 acres to mow before I have to start all over again.
You got anything in that tool basket that will bring my dead girls back?
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You got anything in that tool basket that will bring my dead girls back?
SP ^^ The true source of the dead chicken(s) is what / still unknown...??

So pull the puppet string 2x:
...bring my dead girls back...bring my dead girls back.
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You got anything in that tool basket that will bring my dead girls back?
They’ll always be with you.





Or perhaps:

My chickens lie over the ocean,
My chickens lie over the sea,
My chickens lie over the ocean,
Oh bring back my chickens to me.

Bring back,
Bring back,
Oh, bring back my chickens to me, to me

Bring back,
Bring back,
Oh, bring back my chickens to me.
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So, tell me, is it wrong to use the same tree as your dog; at the same time?
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Non sequitur announcement (not that that is really necessary on this thread):



"You’re saying the the responsibility for avoiding miscommunication lies entirely with the listener, not the speaker, which explains why you haven’t been able to convince anyone to help you down from that wall”

From XKCD
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So, tell me, is it wrong to use the same tree as your dog; at the same time?
I dunno, probably not wise...whenever my two dogs tried that, someone always got into the line of fire of the other.
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I dunno, probably not wise...whenever my two dogs tried that, someone always got into the line of fire of the other.


^^ HeHe - we always get a FM puppy, and these dobermans never pee-pee on a tree...not lady like.
- just a good patch of lawn, will do
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- my midnight training trick occasionally, to help the pups understand expectations quicker...
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Any of you building types know anything about tigerwood (exotic hardwood) as a decking material? Costs substantially more than redwood, but less than composite, less maintenance than redwood is about all I know.
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Both of my females, who were bitches in just about every sense of the word, peed on trees from time to time. Or at least lifted a leg, squatted just a little and got a bush damp.

For the same reasons a male does, as far as I could tell.

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Any of you building types know anything about tigerwood (exotic hardwood) as a decking material? Costs substantially more than redwood, but less than composite, less maintenance than redwood is about all I know.
I'm probably helping build a cedar deck for sons condo (this summer) - he will go with cedar, only because I can source cedar boards (5/4×6" solid = 1” thickness x 14 ft. long) at a similar price to pressure treat spruce.
a) many decks & fences are build with pressure treat...which looks like crap, over the years
b) several years ago, I put up a red cedar deck - while it looked stunning the first summer
- after one winter and black mold started, but it is slow to rot...lasting decades, and no chemicals on dogs paws
c) friend of mine put up an expensive composite deck / soon he discovered it absorbs a ton of sunlight and was too hot for his dogs feet - very disappointed, in the money it costs


After a quick research - I really like the Tigerwood, at about 2x the cost of cedar...looks like a winner.

Tigerwood (also known as Goncalo Alves... click here to read more) is one of the finest quality hardwoods available that features a unique light golden-brown to reddish-brown coloring with exotic black and brown streaks.. Tigerwood is an exotic hardwood that is naturally resistant to rot and decay, is the third hardest decking we sell, and offers a 30+ year lifespan without preservatives!
https://www.advantagelumber.com/tigerwood_decking.htm

Tigerwood decking has many benefits including:
- Water, snow, and ice won’t degrade your deck
- Compared to composite materials, Tigerwood is eco-friendly
- A stronger alternative to redwood and composite decking
- Easy to finish for an even longer lifespan
- Excellent against mold, fungus and decay
- Naturally resistant to termites and insects
- Tigerwood flooring and lumber is also available
Prices: https://www.advantagelumber.com/cana...d-decking.html

Another good site: http://www.pocobuildingsupplies.com/...d-decking.html

PS - White Oak timber makes for a very durable fence &/or deck post.
- century old farm homes, used while oak on door thresholds...very slow to rot
My brother buys 5x5" x 10 ft. fence posts from a Mennonite saw mill...relatively cheap, and extremely strong.

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So, tell me, is it wrong to use the same tree as your dog; at the same time?
ROTFLMAO!

That was funny GJ!

Did you both write your names on the tree?

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Flipping the script here...

When I got home today the DDN's had their gate shut!



Only because they had their goats loose. And, the horse loose with a halter and lead rope. That is not safe for the horse. That poor horse. And, it's a little scrub horse, too. They don't have any clue what a good horse is supposed to look like. It's too small and scrawny for the fat kid over there to ride. He will probably break its back.

Okay, I am done venting!

Happy Friday, everyone.

We all know where NoBite is.

He's either peeing on a tree or riding through a stream.

Which one is it GJ? You can't do both at the same time. AND, you better not be peeing in the stream.

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Any of you building types know anything about tigerwood (exotic hardwood) as a decking material? Costs substantially more than redwood, but less than composite, less maintenance than redwood is about all I know.
The Mister is out of town or I would have asked him.
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Just me. I didn't let him use his paw.


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ROTFLMAO!

That was funny GJ!

Did you both write your names on the tree?

LOL
SP - Real men write their name, in the side of a snow bank......we can be very creative, when bored.

And if one has a very long name, a few beers & a large black coffee, will help immensely.
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Yeah, I think the tigerwood sounds good too. Just wondering if any of you folks know if it lives up to its billing. I don’t want composite, I know. Too hot, and even the best still looks sorta plastic-y to me.

And the less maintenance, the better



By the way, SP...

"We all know where NoBite is.

He's either peeing on a tree or riding through a stream.”


I can picture standing in a boat (or on the back of a horse) and aiming for a tree on the bank. Well, conceive of the idea. Not so sure I’d want to picture it exactly.

Anyway, there’d probably be a little bit of a balance problem, but for a really talented guy......
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Just me. I didn't let him use his paw.


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SP - Real men write their name, in the side of a snow bank......we can be very creative, when bored.

And if one has a very long name, a few beers & a large black coffee, will help immensely.
I am going to try mowing my name on my property!



In Cursive!

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Yeah, I think the tigerwood sounds good too. Just wondering if any of you folks know if it lives up to its billing. I don’t want composite, I know. Too hot, and even the best still looks sorta plastic-y to me.

And the less maintenance, the better



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"We all know where NoBite is.

He's either peeing on a tree or riding through a stream.”


I can picture standing in a boat (or on the back of a horse) and aiming for a tree on the bank. Well, conceive of the idea. Not so sure I’d want to picture it exactly.

Anyway, there’d probably be a little bit of a balance problem, but for a really talented guy......
No, Mel, you are getting TN and NB confused. TN would be in the boat writing his name. NB would be standing on the saddle writing his name.

I don't think you are right this time...


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Originally Posted by StrykersPerson View Post
No, Mel, you are getting TN and NB confused. TN would be in the boat writing his name. NB would be standing on the saddle writing his name.

I don't think you are right this time...
LOL ^^ That's a FIRST, should we put a notch, on the fence post ?

But I'm also confused:

NB obviously is NoBite from KY...and TN ??
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