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Great job last night to ECIN and Modm!
Appears you really had "you know who" going strong! Yep! And Ma did not spill the beans.......so proud.
So Modm=David=chicken name "Moe" ..........all of this was already established............really proud of you Moe......keep hang'in out with ECIN.......he will give you some good lessons on being bad. ECIN's has had alot of practice !!! He real good when he's bad.........thats what I have read anyway.....appears to be true!!
OK...time to punch the old time clock..........ugg.............
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As long as the FM's seemed to have cleared out of CT this morning, here's a small project that might interest Ken & B67-

SD's MultiVolt 12-60V Charger Mod


Found this multivolt 12V-60V 16A charger on Amz on sale for $82.
Reviews by previous purchasers said it worked good, but too hard to tell current when on very low trickle, due to 20A ammeter scale.


SOLUTION- For $20 ordered 50A Digital Current/ Voltage meter & shunt off Amazon plus a small 12V power supply to power add on.

Charger After Mods


Added Components Inside Charger
(Shunt top center, digital meter on right, small p/s mounted bottom, left)


Now I've got a multi-volt digital/analog hybrid charger!


If digital components crap out (from EMP?) still have analog charger components to work (unlike pure digital chargers).
If you have multiple vehicles, golf carts, ATV's, boats, heavy equipment, this would be a handy charger.

Aboard RoRo vessels where I recently worked, we had several Associated brand heavy duty 12V/24V fleet charger/starters on wheels to be able to work with both 12V and 24V (military) vehicles to start and charge. (Something Doc probably has for his heavy equipment, as well.)

This is just a retiree's small scale project.
Ha I need to take some EE lessons from you!
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Good morning....where's Moe........did he sleep in ?
Did everyone have a happy dog day....?????? I did.........so there.......
I did - to almost 5am! Practiced piano....really need it! Then off I went to work.
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Last night SP was sitting in Guz, with AC and music...likely charged her phone at same time.
So all good with SP?
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Fall is almost here I think; some bushes have already started to lose their leaves.

I was out pushing the mower around and didn't even notice this guy until I was about 20 feet away. He didn't even look particularly concerned, but eventually got up and moved toward the back of the lot as my circles around the yard got a bit closer. (For those of you who don't know...I only mow part of the yard. The rest is left natural. The neighborhood is designed for that.)


They sure get fat this time of year--I guess they have to store up for lady-chasing time, when they don't seem to eat for a month or so. I'm thinking it's probably a month/month and a half until they'll rub off the velvet and then I have to be really careful to look before I let Harold out to see if one is out in the yard. I don't like to get too close to them at that time of year either.


Like I said, I'm doing some reading...Trip helped me pick out today's book.



Every time I open any closet door or cabinet he is immediately inside it. I've gotten used to watching for him but when my brother visited, he didn't know to look. He got his own breakfast cereal out of our lazy-Susan style corner cabinet one morning. It doesn't have doors like the other cabinets (Trip can handle those easily, getting both in and out on his own) but instead the whole thing rotates.

Anyway, to cut the story short--I heard a meow or two from upstairs a little later but didn't think much of it. After a few more hours we noticed the cat wasn't around and started to look. No cat.

Guess where we finally found him. Serves him right.

Wow nature up close!

Poor kitty!

I spied in your book case some Robin Hobbs!
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Sorry for so many modm posts in a row - yes this is another
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Yeah SP , everything out there ok ? Hope it is !
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Yeah SP , everything out there ok ? Hope it is !
Methinks Denny is in training for the Labor Day weekend....

STJ!
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Yup--Robin Hobbes. One of my favorite authors. I think I might have everything she's written???

Looking that up, I just read this!!!

"Don’t Forget Megan Lindholm
First, a tangent: as we mentioned, Robin Hobb is a psuedonym; she published extensively under the name Megan Lindholm until 1992. Those novels, while not as successful or well-known as her work under the Hobb name, are every bit as good—especially the hard-to-find Wizard of the Pigeons., an urban fantasy set in Seattle that plays around with Authurian legend in fascinating ways. If you want to start with the author’s earliest writing, this is your jumping-on point."

Oooohh.....I may have some research and shopping to do.
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Text UPDATE from SP - this afternoon...while Beau was mudding sons Man Cave.
- still No Hydro / and her fridge stuff is ruined
- SP stayed home / Alan went to work today

Loads of branches down, on her property.
- a big old Maple, survived beside her house

Denny was longing for RED LOBSTER...early in the afternoon.
- for a feast of Crab Legs (hopefully the King sized ones)
^^ That a good sign......tough little chit
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Hey SP, are you and the flock okay?

Just saw Tornado warnings for Guthrie as ground zero, moving south toward OKC....
Everyone okay here. Thanks for asking!

Went to a no tell motel and chilled for four luxurious hours. Could have chilled and bathed in your pool!

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Methinks Denny is in training for the Labor Day weekend....

STJ!

I thought we had two weeks to be rid of you.

Has it been two weeks?

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I always carry cables to.
- and the Goo-Loo is an extra nice addition, even use it on the John Deere garden tractors
- to boost start, in beginning of season

Great charger choice SD - 1st thing Beau always says, when the Hydro goes out...
- "we will be OK, if ONLY we had an mini-air compressor", while sitting in the dark

SP pocket dialed me - still no Hydro and broken limbs everywhere.
- Mister drove to work
- SP sitting on the porch, and may drive into town...to use the rest room

I paid for a motel room to take my crap and watched some television!

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Text UPDATE from SP - this afternoon...while Beau was mudding sons Man Cave.
- still No Hydro / and her fridge stuff is ruined
- SP stayed home / Alan went to work today

Loads of branches down, on her property.
- a big old Maple, survived beside her house

Denny was longing for RED LOBSTER...early in the afternoon.
- for a feast of Crab Legs (hopefully the King sized ones)
^^ That a good sign......tough little chit
You crack me up!
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On to the important stuff....how are the chickens??
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On to the important stuff....how are the chickens??

How is Ma new chicken ?

And Kenny the horn-dog rooster.

Lastly, lets not forget Big Bird Larry & the remainder of the Chicken Hawk crew.

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SP - you go to Red Lobster ?
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Fall is almost here I think; some bushes have already started to lose their leaves. LOL



I was out pushing the mower around and didn't even notice this guy until I was about 20 feet away. He didn't even look particularly concerned, but eventually got up and moved toward the back of the lot as my circles around the yard got a bit closer. (For those of you who don't know...I only mow part of the yard. The rest is left natural. The neighborhood is designed for that.)


They sure get fat this time of year--I guess they have to store up for lady-chasing time, when they don't seem to eat for a month or so. I'm thinking it's probably a month/month and a half until they'll rub off the velvet and then I have to be really careful to look before I let Harold out to see if one is out in the yard. I don't like to get too close to them at that time of year either.





Like I said, I'm doing some reading...Trip helped me pick out today's book.



Every time I open any closet door or cabinet he is immediately inside it. I've gotten used to watching for him but when my brother visited, he didn't know to look. He got his own breakfast cereal out of our lazy-Susan style corner cabinet one morning. It doesn't have doors like the other cabinets (Trip can handle those easily, getting both in and out on his own) but instead the whole thing rotates.

Anyway, to cut the story short--I heard a meow or two from upstairs a little later but didn't think much of it. After a few more hours we noticed the cat wasn't around and started to look. No cat.

Guess where we finally found him. Serves him right.
I love this post Forever!

Love the deer with velvet, and someone let the cat out of the cabinet, Dammit!
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How is Ma new chicken ?

And Kenny the horn-dog rooster.

Lastly, lets not forget Big Bird Larry & the remainder of the Chicken Hawk crew.

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SP - you go to Red Lobster ?

Mel is fine! Oh yeah!

Kenny doing okay hiding behind the girls.

Rest of the gang the same! Doing good!

Stop talking about Red Lobster. I am having a craving.
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On to the important stuff....how are the chickens??
Chickens don't get all pissed off because they don't have TV or the DT!

They did just fine!

LMAO

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Yup--Robin Hobbes. One of my favorite authors. I think I might have everything she's written???

Looking that up, I just read this!!!

"Don’t Forget Megan Lindholm
First, a tangent: as we mentioned, Robin Hobb is a psuedonym; she published extensively under the name Megan Lindholm until 1992. Those novels, while not as successful or well-known as her work under the Hobb name, are every bit as good—especially the hard-to-find Wizard of the Pigeons., an urban fantasy set in Seattle that plays around with Authurian legend in fascinating ways. If you want to start with the author’s earliest writing, this is your jumping-on point."

Oooohh.....I may have some research and shopping to do.
Yeah we like her as well. We have most of her series. Although I have fallen out of reading the last few years. But trying to get back into it using my wife's spare Fire....

Used to read all the time. When we moved the movers were not happy with the amount of boxes of books they had to carry!
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I am up LadyDi! Coffee made - need to go get a cup! Mila walked - although something in the woods made her spooky. Humid again

Was nice the cool mornings. Can't wait for fall

Good morning everyone!
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Morning all! ......I will have my coffee now ...........cream and sugar please!
Maybe a smidge of some Bailey’s !!!!! OOOOOOO-la la .....

Morning Beau......
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Morning all! ......I will have my coffee now ...........cream and sugar please!
Maybe a skid of some Bailey’s !!!!! OOOOOOO-la la .....

Morning Beau......
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Fall is almost here I think; some bushes have already started to lose their leaves. LOL



I was out pushing the mower around and didn't even notice this guy until I was about 20 feet away. He didn't even look particularly concerned, but eventually got up and moved toward the back of the lot as my circles around the yard got a bit closer. (For those of you who don't know...I only mow part of the yard. The rest is left natural. The neighborhood is designed for that.)


They sure get fat this time of year--I guess they have to store up for lady-chasing time, when they don't seem to eat for a month or so. I'm thinking it's probably a month/month and a half until they'll rub off the velvet and then I have to be really careful to look before I let Harold out to see if one is out in the yard. I don't like to get too close to them at that time of year either.






Like I said, I'm doing some reading...Trip helped me pick out today's book.w





Every time I open any closet door or cabinet he is immediately inside it. I've gotten used to watching for him but when my brother visited, he didn't know to look. He got his own breakfast cereal out of our lazy-Susan style corner cabinet one morning. It doesn't have doors like the other cabinets (Trip can handle those easily, getting both in and out on his own) but instead the whole thing rotates.
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Anyway, to cut the story short--I heard a meow or two from upstairs a little later but didn't think much of it. After a few more hours we noticed the cat wasn't around and started to look. No cat.

Guess where we finally found him. Serves him right.
Poor Trip lol pretty cool country you live in Mel
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