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tenderloins ??????????? Did you say tenderloins ???? Oh I just knew you were a great woman ! tenderloins ?? Huh ? So My bestest of bestest friends - How are you fixing them - if I can ask ? Breaded maybe ? Or did you have them run threw the cuber ? and maybe grill them ?

Dang that sounds good ! I can fire up Jet and head that way ! Do I need to bring the dog sled team to get there
Well, since we can't smoke anything right now because of ALL THE STUPID SNOW....

These were cooked inside with a nice spice and mustard rub, on top of a sliced onion. Wrapped up in foil, cook until just done, then you add just a touch of a brown sugar glaze and pop them back in for about 10-15 more minutes. Take them out and they are delicious! We had some nice baked potatoes and dinner rolls with them.

We took a good look at what we had in the house Friday night to see if we could go through the weekend without going out for anything, and that was a go, so...we holed up indoors. Yesterday we had some beer brats and fried eggs for dinner - yum!
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There is the baby!

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Well, since we can't smoke anything right now because of ALL THE STUPID SNOW....

These were cooked inside with a nice spice and mustard rub, on top of a sliced onion. Wrapped up in foil, cook until just done, then you add just a touch of a brown sugar glaze and pop them back in for about 10-15 more minutes. Take them out and they are delicious! We had some nice baked potatoes and dinner rolls with them.

We took a good look at what we had in the house Friday night to see if we could go through the weekend without going out for anything, and that was a go, so...we holed up indoors. Yesterday we had some beer brats and fried eggs for dinner - yum!

What's wrong CC?

Can't get to your dealer for some smoke, because of snow?

Maybe you should move to another State.

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Beau got 90% of the bad ice broke up, with a round mouth shovel.
- so the rain could melt it faster
- and shoved smaller ice pieces into center of driveway / melts faster in more direct sunlight
- now storming tonight / higher winds started, mid afternoon



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The FM stare towards Dad, when its cold out....Kelly has the Bruda look.



Tonight's FUNNY.

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I don't like Ruby being outside all the time.

I am really bothered by this.
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What's wrong CC?

Can't get to your dealer for some smoke, because of snow?

Maybe you should move to another State.

You have no idea how hard it is to not be able to use our grill right now...no jokes!
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Rustine might be going to live with my brother.

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I don't like Ruby being outside all the time.

I am really bothered by this.

Great SP - you would have to say that ^^
- and its RubyRed, not Ruby...remember, you named her

The Silverado was the best "spur-of-the-moment" 4x4 truck, I ever bought.
- so can't plan for everything last minute
- much like that chicken coop, last year
- and still not ready, for the new "batch of hatch"

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Remind me / who Rustine is again ?...one of the dogs ?
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"The Silverado was the best "spur-of-the-moment" 4x4 truck, I ever bought.
- so can't plan for everything last minute"

Hilarious... Almost 20 years ago to the day, I was coming back from a winter day on our 11,000 foot Mt Hood. I was driving by a Chevy dealer that I hd purchased several trucks from previously. I was driving a '97 Tahoe in pristine condition. I really didn't need it anymore as my son was getting his driver's license in a few days and I would not need to be a kid hauler anymore.

In any case, there was this bright red single cab Step Side Silverado out front that caught my eye. I stopped by just to check it out. When I left, I had a '99 Silverado LS Z71 w/ an electronically engaging transfer case. It also had a heavy duty tow package also with an electronic engage/disengage. They ended up with my Tahoe for which they paid me full retail! The used car manager drove it as his personal rig for a year.

I have now owned this truck for the past 20 years. Pretty much trouble/maintenance free. Just yesterday, I was chatting with a guy who was driving a 2003 Silverado. A real work truck with almost 200,000 miles on it. He was blown away at the original condition of my Chevy. I have never seen another one like it.

Come to think of it, the vast majority of my vehicle purchases have been "spur of the moment"!

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"The Silverado was the best "spur-of-the-moment" 4x4 truck, I ever bought.
- so can't plan for everything last minute"

Hilarious... Almost 20 years ago to the day, I was coming back from a winter day on our 11,000 foot Mt Hood. I was driving by a Chevy dealer that I hd purchased several trucks from previously. I was driving a '97 Tahoe in pristine condition. I really didn't need it anymore as my son was getting his driver's license in a few days and I would not need to be a kid hauler anymore.

In any case, there was this bright red single cab Step Side Silverado out front that caught my eye. I stopped by just to check it out. When I left, I had a '99 Silverado LS Z71 w/ an electronically engaging transfer case. It also had a heavy duty tow package also with an electronic engage/disengage. They ended up with my Tahoe for which they paid me full retail! The used car manager drove it as his personal rig for a year.

I have now owned this truck for the past 20 years. Pretty much trouble/maintenance free. Just yesterday, I was chatting with a guy who was driving a 2003 Silverado. A real work truck with almost 200,000 miles on it. He was blown away at the original condition of my Chevy. I have never seen another one like it.

Come to think of it, the vast majority of my vehicle purchases have been "spur of the moment"!

STJ!

Great story John ^^ you can send me some z71 pics, Love to see the "minty".

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a) electronically engaging transfer case
b) It also had a heavy duty tow package also with an electronic engage / disengage
c) do you have both coolers, with Tow package option // for engine oil & transmission ??

My 2003 LS Quad 4x4 has a) and maybe has b) >>> but not up on this fancy stuff ?

One thing I really like is a proper Hi-Lo 4x4 Transfer Case / 2wd / and AWD.
- and I have a tow setting button / so maybe I have b) as well

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LOL Larry...

Yeah, probably the same 4WD package ...

Where we live, I really like the instant AWD (Auto). I can be driving over a mountain pass on blacktop and would prefer not to have 4WD engaged. Still, it can turn into "black ice" in a heartbeat. Usually as you enter a shady area. If I leave it in "Auto", within a second or so it switches to 4WD. Invaluable... Also the instantly available "Neutral" 4X4's should never be towed or hauled unless in Neutral. And, flatbeds are not always available.

Tow/Haul: Yes you have it. Is the engage button on the steering column stick? On more than one occasion (usually while wearing gloves, I have thought: "What's with the shifting?"

Of course! I had inadvertently engaged the Tow/Haul feature. BTW... In Tow/Haul , at reasonable speeds, you will be amazed at what your red girl will do. Yes to the added coolers for the towing package. If one tow's frequently, especially in the mountains, it is essential for the life of your engine and transmission. I also added on a K&N Cold Air Intake decades ago.
The filters if maintained, last forever.

My red baby has never needed a tune-up. Same original (expensive) plugs, wires, etc. It had its first break job done 2 years ago. I am very care when using my breaks. 4 years ago. I had the AC rebuilt. Seals were bad, probably from disuse. The only thing I need to address is a sticky heater box door. It doesn't open all the way. Pretty easy DIY job. But hey... At least its not stuck open.

I will email you some pics when the weather clears up. She is one pretty (vehicle) puppy!

J. OOPS STJ!
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Oh Beau, as an afterthought.

My 99' came with a very steep rear end. Probably part of the tow package. After I stopped taking it off road, I went way up in tire size. That pretty much compensated for the high rear end ratio. I also added a stainless cat back dual exhaust. I don't know how much it helps, but with the cold air intake, it sure makes for a nice sound! The first was a FlowMaster, but I swapped it out about 15 years ago for a DuraMax. Still good. I also had it adjusted by a friend to adjust the shift patterns that were more to my liking after I put on the big tires.

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Oh Beau, as an afterthought.

My 99' came with a very steep rear end. Probably part of the tow package. After I stopped taking it off road, I went way up in tire size. That pretty much compensated for the high rear end ratio. I also added a stainless cat back dual exhaust. I don't know how much it helps, but with the cold air intake, it sure makes for a nice sound! The first was a FlowMaster, but I swapped it out about 15 years ago for a DuraMax. Still good. I also had it adjusted by a friend to adjust the shift patterns that were more to my liking after I put on the big tires.

STJ!
Several reasons, I was confident too close the sale / sight unseen physically.
- good improvement List their STJ // but I got lucky, as most already done

My 2003 RubyRed, was owned by a fuss nut.
- 2nd owner since 2006, purchased with 28K miles // over next 13 years, he added
85k miles
- he did much to it, over the years / besides winter stored, in a heated garage
- closing the deal was literally a no-brain'er
- rare truck was far beyond, general used condition average
- guys Dad even had a garage hoist, on the family farm...so seller knew his mechanical stuff

Besides 5.3L running perfectly strong, with great oil pressure...he added many upgrades.
- Borla stainless steel catBack exhaust // only singles, fit the Quadrasteer axle
- Airaid cold air intake
- brand new BFG Baja T275/55r-20 (Load range D) / on mint 20" chrome OEM alloys
- Pioneer single-din stereo with added amp & sub woofer, under rear seat / sounds great
- gave me a free 4ws complete axle rack & pinion system, he bought off e-bay
- unit never used, still crated // as GM Service made an improper diagnosis and he wasted $1,500 on spare parts

And my rear axle RPO Code is a G86 Eaton HD Limited-Slip 4.10 with Tow Package.
- so the 30.9" diameter summer tires, should offset gear ratio nicely

Still has those new tire...aka "rubber titties", on face of the rubber.
- and rim chrome mint...due to heated stored wheels

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Love your truck. All the upgrades are perfect. Borla makes some of the best exhausts in the industry. Exactly what I would have done. But mine would kick your ass in a race. That's because it's tiny.... It weighs less than 4000lb. The rear bed quarter panels are plastic! Still has the 4:10 and shift upgrades. It's a rabbit on steroids. It would give my R/T a run for it's money. At least in the 1/4.

Yeah... I know... Boys and their toys! Woot!

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OK... I can assure you that the rest of the chickens are done with truck talk.

When the weather clears, I will e-mail you some picks. You can post them here side by side and we will have our own calendar competition!
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As I said yesterday - I tried to call Mike in Zumbrota MN - I knew at that time - he was either milking or getting ready to - but wanted to check in with him - I did leave a message and he sent me a picture ! The good thing about high wind - there is lots of bare ground - the big problem ? well it piles it all up on roads - where ever you don't need it : ))



Is it just me ? But it looks very cold there !
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We took a good look at what we had in the house Friday night to see if we could go through the weekend without going out for anything, and that was a go, so...we holed up indoors. Yesterday we had some beer brats and fried eggs for dinner - yum!
WOW ! That is all I can say - I'm speechless ! Bake potatoes + Rolls - dinner rolls at that ? WOW x6 Your husband is a lucky man ! Dinner rolls ? damnit - I love rolls -
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Beau just came up with a brain fart...theme music here.
- so let's all take this C-Hawk thread, to the next level
- I encourage all members, to play the following music in background
- when one is composing a post
- the improved atmosphere, will surely wake up / the creative juices within

Sideways Like A Crab - Paul Mottram | 1 Hour Version
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As I said yesterday - I tried to call Mike in Zumbrota MN - I knew at that time - he was either milking or getting ready to - but wanted to check in with him - I did leave a message and he sent me a picture ! The good thing about high wind - there is lots of bare ground - the big problem ? well it piles it all up on roads - where ever you don't need it : ))



Is it just me ? But it looks very cold there !
To me it looks like the beaches of the panhandle of florida. Just thinking positive
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As I said yesterday - I tried to call Mike in Zumbrota MN - I knew at that time - he was either milking or getting ready to - but wanted to check in with him - I did leave a message and he sent me a picture ! The good thing about high wind - there is lots of bare ground - the big problem ? well it piles it all up on roads - where ever you don't need it : ))



Is it just me ? But it looks very cold there !
Yes, hit with cold again...roughly -30 with windchill overnight!


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WOW ! That is all I can say - I'm speechless ! Bake potatoes + Rolls - dinner rolls at that ? WOW x6 Your husband is a lucky man ! Dinner rolls ? damnit - I love rolls -
Where are these women coming from ,,,even 6-7 bragging that his girl was cleaning the floors and stuff while he comforts his dobe from the trauma.
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We are loaded up with lizards and red boy is constantly in the stalk mode , yes he is rather successful with a good paw slap that usually breaks a tail off.

Yep....Hoss is a ninja also........has done that since his first trip to the water bowl as a puppy.....

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As I said yesterday - I tried to call Mike in Zumbrota MN - I knew at that time - he was either milking or getting ready to - but wanted to check in with him - I did leave a message and he sent me a picture ! The good thing about high wind - there is lots of bare ground - the big problem ? well it piles it all up on roads - where ever you don't need it : ))



Is it just me ? But it looks very cold there !
Pardon me .....but I do not see a road........are you sure that dude is not out in a big field ?

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Where are these women coming from ,,,even 6-7 bragging that his girl was cleaning the floors and stuff while he comforts his dobe from the trauma.

No bread for a week.......did someone say something about dinner rolls.....?
I love those little croissant thingys......with honey butter ........oh yeah........

Hey did you notice that a FORD won the race yesterday ...................Yep....sure did.........I am sure you were all to busy to notice.........

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Another brisk morning here ! Dang wind will not lay - still out of the west at 21 gusting to 35 - yesterday we were under a wind warning - best we had here was 51 - Indy reported a gust of 66 mph , just glad there was no blowing sand with it

Di - I would say truck in on the lane - notice where they had pushed snow in piles

I'm afraid to ask this question -- but - can help myself -- So MC - What's for dinner tonight ?

Are you back to work or is this another weather tech day

Have 2 trucks coming in - first should be here around 12 - the other one ? No idea .

Ali goes to the Doc tomorrow for her 6 month check up - hope that all goes well

Have a great day -

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