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PapaBear been on a non-retirement working assignment...as of late.
- tired now, going up & down ladders & scaffold & standing on the corrugated roof working
- garage is 1,200 square feet // while front stick-framed portion, is 12x25 ft.

3 days work:
- insulated front wall with RockWool & 1" high density Foam board // and added 3/4" plywood
- installed 2 commercial garage doors, with new carpenter // they move easily, up & down

3 days part-time work:
- develop bill of material for siding & trim, 1x3" strapping, pick colors, and calculate supplies
- placed the C$2,600 order

8 days work / over last 2 weeks:
- install wood strapping
- install "J" channel, door build-outs & fascia & soffit's
- Larry made bottom flashing on his sheet metal breaks...to waterproof foundation
- cut siding, drill holes every 2 feet & install
- a fun job, but exhausting
- and made a good friendship, with carpenter ...talking politics, business & other
- we were on the same wave length, on many fronts // his workmanship, was stellar


And Mrs67 pastry cinnamon rolls today...yum-yum.
Shoot I am tired just from reading all the work you do! Let alone doing the actual work!

I recall a story from when I got out of the navy - was going to college for a 2 year associate degree to work as an electrician at a plant. I stopped after a year to work since I knew I needed more money for college....navy GI bill wasn't going to make it. I applied at a local electrical contractor place. I didn't pass the test. But the owner was ex-navy and the questions I missed were electrical trade related that someone outside may not know. So I was hired - $5 per hour!!! Rockin

Anyways - first job I had I shook the big burly foreman's hand and he promptly said I had hands like a girl. We started working - I was to feed a bunch of #12 wire through the conduit from one end he would pull the other side. I didn't have gloves - and he proceeded to help me not have hands like a girl.....but I kept up ha!

Needless to say after 1 year of pulling wire, running conduit, digging ditches, pounding ground rods into the corners of a substation with a jack hammer from a bucket truck my hands became quite tough....but then I went back to school and now an engineer and my hands not quite so tough again. So says the green-ish pinecone I tried to throw over the fence yesterday - the end pieces of the cone leaves (?) cut 3 of my fingers and left a dang splinter in one

I did learn one trick from back in the electrician days I still recall today - Was in Florida putting lights up for a baseball field (And I got to go up in the boom all the way up sheesh)…..and the crew before us had cut the darn sprinkler systems. Well we didn't want to have to dig up larger holes to cut the pvc pipe. So an older electrician got out some string and used it as a saw. Once started the heat will cut through - just don't stop. I had not seen that before and I still remember it 25 years later.

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Shhhhh...I'm not a fan of pecan pie, either, but it's my husband's favorite! I only very rarely will make it for him, always with pure maple syrup, not corn syrup, which makes it even tastier (so he says). But I never have a piece - not my thing. I'd much rather have a delicious apple pie, or blueberry, or strawberry, or a piece of cheesecake....
I don't care for store-bought pecan pie, only home-made...and then, to be even pickier, only the ones one of my wife's friends makes. Otherwise, too rich for me. What a boring world it would be if everyone only liked one kind of pie...and going to the bakery wouldn't be so much fun, either

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Shoot I am tired just from reading all the work you do!
You mean the work he claims he does

Oh sure, now he'll Google "garage door install" and "insulation" images and post them up

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Denny, Denny, Denny--remember me--I'm the Luddite and I wouldn't even claim something like that for stuff that is basically just a word processing program--with fancy names.

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You mean the work he claims he does

Oh sure, now he'll Google "garage door install" and "insulation" images and post them up


TN, if your theory is correct, that means B67 Photoshops sweaty pics of him and BabyBear into these downloaded renovation shots...and carpenter "J.J." is just a guy cut and pasted from an HGTV program website? Genius!!
Only the food pictures at the end of the "work days" are real? I'm shocked!!...
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Shoot I am tired just from reading all the work you do! Let alone doing the actual work!

I recall a story from when I got out of the navy - was going to college for a 2 year associate degree to work as an electrician at a plant. I stopped after a year to work since I knew I needed more money for college....navy GI bill wasn't going to make it. I applied at a local electrical contractor place. I didn't pass the test. But the owner was ex-navy and the questions I missed were electrical trade related that someone outside may not know. So I was hired - $5 per hour!!! Rockin
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Great story time Mo, in the early years of hard work...my first summer job was $3.10/hour @ 16 y/o.
- had to paint and fix windows, in a chair factory / couldn't be afraid of heights
- off a 40 ft. ladder, so Twin67 & Beau was an immediate hire...we had to look out, for each others safety

As an Eng., check out the back side of my garage....complexity.
- tieing 2 structures together, and keeping it watertight & somewhat attractive
- it was a huge challenge, but luckily my carpenter hobby builds remote controlled airplanes, besides getting his private pilot licences
- so he was the right man, to take on the Engineering challenge
- could not have turned out better // it was insanely difficult, of a task

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You mean the work he claims he does

Oh sure, now he'll Google "garage door install" and "insulation" images and post them up

Nice try TN Bro...
- but no one else, would of been daft enough to build something this complex

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TN, if your theory is correct, that means B67 Photoshops sweaty pics of him and BabyBear into these downloaded renovation shots...and carpenter "J.J." is just a guy cut and pasted from an HGTV program website? Genius!!
Only the food pictures at the end of the "work days" are real? I'm shocked!!...
HAHA-Ha ...laughing-my-A*S-off big time here.
In all that spewing, that SD is famous for - the only accurate fact, in the above is...
- LARRY IS A Genius !!
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Good morning everybody ! Pumping lots and lots of water on dog lot , damn its dry here , just north of us , there flooded . Lots of work to do this week on the " not right farm " and it will only get busier ! Got to find where I left my insulated coverall from last year Bet I will need them for this harvest .

BTW Di , thanks for putting me in your video !
Oh yeah, and Clark--who is sometimes a dimwit and evidently doesn't remember rain from last fall and winter--made one of his daring escapes out the back door as Toad and I came in. I came in because it had started to rain harder, Toad came in because he didn't want to be out there anyway--he was just keeping me company while I picked up dog poop. So I very slowly went out to catch Clark and bring him back in--he was trying to eat grass--but stuff kept dripping on his back (yeah, Cark!--we calls it rain...)so it was pretty easy to catch him and take him back inside and he's spent an unseemly amount of time drying himself off. I can't wait to let him out the first time it shows--it freaked him out last year.

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TN, if your theory is correct, that means B67 Photoshops sweaty pics of him and BabyBear into these downloaded renovation shots...and carpenter "J.J." is just a guy cut and pasted from an HGTV program website? Genius!!
Only the food pictures at the end of the "work days" are real? I'm shocked!!...
If we were to assume that's really B67 and his alleged son in those pics, then yes.

(B67, you know I'm only teasing...I wish I knew how to do 1/10th of the stuff you do when it comes to building/renovation)
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Poor Clark.

Maybe it's cats--Trip doesn't remember anything even from the week previous...

The time he managed to jump into the shower stall and turn on the water only to be trapped and rained on until my daughter realized no one else was in the house so the shower shouldn't be on, he STILL tried to get back in the next time I opened the shower door with the water on (I have to turn it on a bit early to let the water get warm...water heater in the basement, shower 2 floors up).

And I can't even count the number of times he's been trapped in closets, kitchen cabinets, attics and the garage, in spite of us watching whenever we open a door. Of course, when we realize he's gone and open the door to let him back in, he's right there waiting and saunters in like he meant to be trapped wherever he was. Fortunately, he can't resist a little MMROWW as he goes past you into the forbidden land, so usually he gets caught on the way out.
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did I see the tv right ? well weather nation - Portland is going to be in the 30's ? Better be getting Clarks winter boots out Aunt B.
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If we were to assume that's really B67 and his alleged son in those pics, then yes.

(B67, you know I'm only teasing...I wish I knew how to do 1/10th of the stuff you do when it comes to building/renovation)
YEP ^^

FYI TN - Beau lives to get teased, and often I will cast the bait...to get what I'm after.
- over a year ago, it was easy for me to SHARE what makes me, so unique here
- among all my close Chicken Hawk friends, I value like family
- as a Brain Injury Survivor, (hit by car, doing 70 mph in a 30'ty)
- I suffered severe "short term memory loss", making reading / writing / math a most difficult challenge...from grade12, through College and into my early employment
- but I was determined, with Twin67 & my Nancy help...I had to retrain my brain & lead a normal life
- normal talking that we all take for granted....in year 2, I was still memorizing one sentence answers, which took 5 minutes to do // a 2nd sentence, was not a possibility, at this time

While surviving the 1973 Ski-Doo accident was a miracle, the true gift from God...would come a decade later.
a) I became a father, of Andrew
b) Dad became his big brother like, best friend
c) I mentored my sons young mind and though his process...and in my process, excelled at getting my brain processing power back
- for fun, I graduated a top night school university with honors (while a 70% drop out rate in year 1 of 4)
- next I became a prolific problem solver, at work...even out smarting, those at Corporate Research
- and saving my Fortune 500 company, a ton of $$
- my IQ probably rose 25 points...because I had a 2nd start, in life
- so to this day, I've learned how to keep training new knowledge into my memory & brain retain it

I was also a respected analyst and report writer, fixing old process deficiencies....with common sense Engineering.
- I've learned to tackle, every project as a protectionist...a worker and a Boss (general contractor)
- the process of figuring out "the best way or best supplies", within a low budget, adds much
- do the best for less, and hands on in every step
- even BabyBear has now learned, that the quote process is a waste of time & good money
- if I want something done & right, I have to teach myself enough new knowledge, to be in total control & have trade person excel in craftsmanship

I just can't afford to simply write a check, for needed work...and a lack of hands on, would just stagnate me.

Luckily...
I had GREAT conversations, with my new carpenter friend...over last 3 weeks.
- I found a Winner and we enjoyed much critical thinking of conversation together
- these home Reno projects are therapeutic now...I Love to always Learn & Communicate & try and stretch my own Boundaries still

I'm not going back to proof ^^ SEE, can't shut me up...now.
- "my accident was no accident / rather a blessing, of a gift"...after all

TN & others - B67 always here to help, I enjoy looking at others project plans to.
- no one can offend me...as I was "clinical dead" once...in a vegetable state
Life is Good !!

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200 Nebraska Farmers Remain Silent During Auction So A Young Man Can Buy Back His Family Farm
Updated on 29-08-2019 by Torah Meissner

An act of kindness by farmers in Nebraska has restored our trust in humanity.

Hundreds of farmers in Nebraska kept quiet during an auction so that a young man could win the bid and buy back his family’s farm.

David’s family had been farmers for decades. Many years ago, an ancestor sold off their 80 acre farm to a relative who did not have their best interest in mind. This upset the whole family.

David was determined to win it back, so when the land was up for auction, David and his father chose to do everything in their power to win back the farm again.

On the auction day, more than 200 farmers were present there. David and his dad thought their chances of winning were slim, but they decided to give it their best shot.

What the farmers did next surprised David and his family.

When the auctioneer began, David and his father placed their bid. To their surprise, not one of the other farmers spoke up.

It turned out that more than 200 farmers had a change of heart about the land and decided not to bid, so that the young farmer could win it back for his family.

https://www.faithpot.com/nebraska-fa...D_sdeoygRI550s

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^^ Reminds me of dam Good Karma...

Larry is a firm believer in "Cause & Effect"...was able to even teach former Amy, some principles.
- and built a career, being a constructive change agent...for Company health, quality & profits

Intellectually & Politically, my carpenter and I hit it off...it was interesting on day4, he said I practiced KARMA LAW.
- so I had to look it up, a good read & words/practices to live by...strive for

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Enjoy full read: https://www.powerofpositivity.com/12-laws-of-karma/

Karma is the law of cause and effect – an unbreakable law of the cosmos. Your actions create your future. The reason your fate is never sealed is because you have free will. Therefore your future cannot already be written. That would not be fair. Life gives you chances. This is one of them. – The Tree of Awakening

Karma is a somewhat abstract concept to many of us. There is a lot of confusing information on this non-religious topic – information which is unnecessary. So, we think it’d be helpful to paint a bit of a picture to help solidify the concept of karma. To do so, just a quick example is necessary.......................
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If you folks aren’t going to make it here on the farm sleeping all day ! I gave you a extra hour to sleep in !

Happy last day of Sept. !

TN you ready to cook today ? Looks like records will fall this week !

New guys comes to work this morning he should work out , I hope

Kadin got his nails done yesterday , he’s looking good , once s week really helps .

Have a great day

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Great story time Mo, in the early years of hard work...my first summer job was $3.10/hour @ 16 y/o.
- had to paint and fix windows, in a chair factory / couldn't be afraid of heights
- off a 40 ft. ladder, so Twin67 & Beau was an immediate hire...we had to look out, for each others safety

As an Eng., check out the back side of my garage....complexity.
- tieing 2 structures together, and keeping it watertight & somewhat attractive

- it was a huge challenge, but luckily my carpenter hobby builds remote controlled airplanes, besides getting his private pilot licences
- so he was the right man, to take on the Engineering challenge
- could not have turned out better // it was insanely difficult, of a task



Nice try TN Bro...
- but no one else, would of been daft enough to build something this complex



HAHA-Ha ...laughing-my-A*S-off big time here.
In all that spewing, that SD is famous for - the only accurate fact, in the above is...
- LARRY IS A Genius !!

Well I am electrical for a reason - mechanical stuff and carpentry out of my league. I cannot cut a straight line to save my life - nor drill straight either

Hard to see in the photo - But I did notice the roof of the garage is corrugated with edges so the secondary rain or snow melt will mostly come off the sides not the front or back (towards the other structure)

The large doors - how far do they open up - do they accordion a bit? They look taller than the building is wide....ahh maybe not when I relook might be angle of the photo.

Also hard to tell the white structure behind - not even sure what to call the white flaps: Do they open and close on the rods? I see a shadow or gap behind the second one (farthest left)? I see the white material behind the ladder attached to the slab of concrete does that wrap up and around - block, metal, plastic?

Assume the white piece on the back bottom (left of the normal door) is a drain for water or part of the or something else?

And with that I have to get ready for work - Have a great day all!
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Well I am electrical for a reason - mechanical stuff and carpentry out of my league. I cannot cut a straight line to save my life - nor drill straight either

Hard to see in the photo - But I did notice the roof of the garage is corrugated with edges so the secondary rain or snow melt will mostly come off the sides not the front or back (towards the other structure)

The large doors - how far do they open up - do they accordion a bit? They look taller than the building is wide....ahh maybe not when I relook might be angle of the photo.

Also hard to tell the white structure behind - not even sure what to call the white flaps: Do they open and close on the rods? I see a shadow or gap behind the second one (farthest left)? I see the white material behind the ladder attached to the slab of concrete does that wrap up and around - block, metal, plastic?

Assume the white piece on the back bottom (left of the normal door) is a drain for water or part of the or something else?

And with that I have to get ready for work - Have a great day all!

Heck that barn looks pretty good.......screw workin till 65........I think I have just found an early retirement home!
Are flip flops welcome at least some of the year ?

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=modm;4090875]Well I am electrical for a reason - mechanical stuff and carpentry out of my league. I cannot cut a straight line to save my life - nor drill straight either

- I'd struggle to frame a garden shed (haha)...but could do it, just take forever.
- my use of hand tools, started in HS & teaching myself to do auto body (as a hobby)


Hard to see in the photo - But I did notice the roof of the garage is corrugated with edges so the secondary rain or snow melt will mostly come off the sides not the front or back (towards the other structure)

- the galvanized formed panels, on back of garage...lets snow load, side off very well

The large doors - how far do they open up - do they accordion a bit? They look taller than the building is wide....ahh maybe not when I relook might be angle of the photo.

- front wall measures 24.5 ft. wide / the 2 garage doors, 10 ft. wide each...so 20'
- sectional garage doors are made from 2x10 ft. foam filled panels...so 5 panels per door
- doors slid up inside, as ceiling height is 12 ft. inside (flat part)


Also hard to tell the white structure behind - not even sure what to call the white flaps: Do they open and close on the rods? I see a shadow or gap behind the second one (farthest left)? I see the white material behind the ladder attached to the slab of concrete does that wrap up and around - block, metal, plastic?

Assume the white piece on the back bottom (left of the normal door) is a drain for water or part of the or something else?

- white flaps are loose TyPar or TyVeck sheet wrap...just gets covered up, with fascia & soffit's trim, (the next day)

And with that I have to get ready for work - Have a great day all![/QUOTE]

Beau is very happy with the color of the steel siding, we chose.
- I always add a color of contrast, on the peek or gable end...to add a little visual pop.


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Heck that barn looks pretty good.......screw workin till 65........I think I have just found an early retirement home!
Are flip flops welcome at least some of the year ?
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Summers seem short, but hot & humid...to a lady from FL, might not seem hot at all.
- flip flops "on or kicked off"...fine with me
- Hoss will appreciate the cooler summers, in Canada
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If you folks aren’t going to make it here on the farm sleeping all day ! I gave you a extra hour to sleep in !

Happy last day of Sept. !

TN you ready to cook today ? Looks like records will fall this week !

New guys comes to work this morning he should work out , I hope

Kadin got his nails done yesterday , he’s looking good , once s week really helps .

Have a great day

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Yep, more record highs this week, we'll be at least 20 degrees above normal until this weekend.

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New Dober Decals on My Escape project SUV- from Etsy vendor RFay3dDesigns, as recommended by DT members:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/2668836...f=yr_purchases


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Closeup of Dobe Dog Decal on Driver Side - Dobe Bitch Decal on Passenger Side*




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Moves? Chase It.
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Treat or Food? Wolf It Down.
Not Food? Chew It Slowly, Be Quiet & Hide From Human.
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Stuffed? De-Stuff It.
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You didn't really ask, but just to instruct a little...if you quote a post that has another quote in it, the quote part of their post won't show up. You have to quote the original if you want to display a particular picture or message.
I figured that out. AFTERWARD. But you knew which picture I was talking about anyway!

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There was an event at the park this morning where troops of boy scouts and their parents were cleaning up trash so I thought it would be wise to stay at home; so instead, Mocha and I played some early morning fetch...Mocha got dew all over her face


OMG, she is so beautiful. I don't know how I'm going to manage to live the rest of my life without such a beautiful creature to share it with. The thought of it really bums me out, big time.

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Hi Lannie - question: what starter do you use?
I used to use plain store-bought yogurt (Mountain High or Nancy's), but a friend in Australia sent me a package of freeze dried starter because she said the taste was superior, and it is. I'm still using that, but when it runs out, I'll probably get another freeze dried starter culture, from here rather than Oz. Most batches I use a part of my previous batch, and if done regularly, that can keep a culture going for 6 months or more, but eventually it will start to get a funky taste and sometimes get a bit grainy, and that's when I start over with the freeze dried stuff.

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Went outside with our pack yesterday afternoon for potty break only to be greeted by a pouring down rain shower. (sorely needed) As we were sitting down waiting for it rain to pass, I looked over and noticed the saddest, droopiest bunch of faces on the Dobes, packed together like sardines in a can!

Had to snap a picture of this sorry looking bunch of canines....

Dobes "Pack the Pack" During Rainstorm
(i.e. When Going Gets Tough- Stick Together)

ROFLMAO! There is NOTHING sadder than a wet Dobe! I love that picture!

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Front

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Huh??

But it's not the time to accuse me of crossness.


I just took a drive to Home Depot.

I pulled up to the stop sign, took a look right and then left. Noticed a car (black low-slung convertible) coming from the left, but quite a ways down the road (about 400 feet?). So I proceeded to turn left. I turn at that corner everyday, sometimes many times a day (I live right on that corner) and I think have a decent idea when I have room to turn.

As I pulled out, I thought...gee, he's coming fast...and stepped on the gas a little to get around faster. He came right up on me, moving at speed and blew his horn loud and long.

I (naturally) blew mine back, but not for that long....his was still going when I stopped mine.

So I proceeded on my way; looked behind me to see him make a u-turn at the intersection and come up behind me. I pulled the car over to the curb because I really thought he was going to jump in front of me and slam on the brakes or something stupid and I figured I'd just get out of his way. He stopped beside me in the middle of the road and yelled "You pulled right out in front of me, HONEY!!!"

The guy looked to be about 50; you'd think he would have grown up a bit. And of course, I'm grey haired, 62 and look a bit older than that IMHO

I rolled my window down and reasonably politely suggested (you know me--I'm always nice but really, I was quite civil) he might have been going a bit fast and started to say that maybe we both messed up, but he yelled "I was going the speed limit [which is 30 MPH on this road in our subdivision] I have it right here on my dashcam--do you want to see it?"

So I asked him if he had ever heard of road rage, told him bye and pulled off (still reasonably politely, I think)

I heard him yell after me--"The police have been CALLED!!!!!"

I dunno, maybe I did pull out in front of him (but I still think he was speeding) And I'm still a little miffed.

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Poor Clark.

Maybe it's cats--Trip doesn't remember anything even from the week previous...

The time he managed to jump into the shower stall and turn on the water only to be trapped and rained on until my daughter realized no one else was in the house so the shower shouldn't be on, he STILL tried to get back in the next time I opened the shower door with the water on (I have to turn it on a bit early to let the water get warm...water heater in the basement, shower 2 floors up).

And I can't even count the number of times he's been trapped in closets, kitchen cabinets, attics and the garage, in spite of us watching whenever we open a door. Of course, when we realize he's gone and open the door to let him back in, he's right there waiting and saunters in like he meant to be trapped wherever he was. Fortunately, he can't resist a little MMROWW as he goes past you into the forbidden land, so usually he gets caught on the way out.
We had a pretty funny thing happen with one of our kittens a while back. I was putting something in the kitchen freezer (side by side fridge), shut the door and went on about putting the rest of the groceries away. Meanwhile, we kept hearing a kitten crying. I looked all OVER for him and couldn't find him. I checked the basement stairs, the kitchen cupboards, everywhere, out on the porch, back in the kitchen, and I kept hearing him but not FINDING him. Finally, it hit me! I opened the freezer, and there was our little gray fluffy Buddy-kitty in the bottom drawer! And very cold, too, I might add! LOL! I picked him up and snuggled and huggled him until he warmed up, but do you think he learned his lesson? The very next time I had that freezer open, in he went (my God, he's FAST!). Now I know, though, so it's easy enough to watch for him jumping in there. Siwwy kitties!

I can't understand how people can live without animals. Can you imagine how BORING it must be?
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I'm glad you found him!!

Our last cat managed to get between the attic floor and the ceiling of the room below. We ended up cutting a hole in the attic floor to get her out. Cats.
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Them Damn women DRIVERS are always pulling out in front of me too ! Mel was probably messing with her hair or texting ! lmao

Sorry Mel - couldn't help myself !

I think it would have been funny if you pulled out a 44 mag and asked him if he would like a little money from home !

Sorry again !
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You know, I'm so used to that corner there ARE times when I kinda just pull out without thinking (not with traffic coming as far as I can remember), but I think afterwards, "Did I EVEN look?"

Just like the time or two when I've actually stopped at the (totally non-busy--the light is ridiculous) intersection that ALWAYS has a red light. And the light was green.

But this time I noticed him and decided I had time to pull out...didn't factor in his speed though.

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Our last cat managed to get between the attic floor and the ceiling of the room below. We ended up cutting a hole in the attic floor to get her out. Cats.
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2003 Escape DoberMobile




Closeup of Dobe Dog Decal on Driver Side - Dobe Bitch Decal on Passenger Side*




(*Note- Owner of vehicle disavows any connection or significance between placement of Doberman decals and location of human passengers in vehicle.)
Very similar to mine...I chose to place the 2 decals towards the top and added the one on bottom left (Excuse the dirty glass)
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