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just wanted to pop in and say hey everybody...
been pretty busy last few weeks got a 200 mile trek lined up for today
last of the snow finally melted off the gazeebo location floor is about shot and i should replpace it but probably next year i have to rebuild the green house roof pretty quick and get to planting what ever is going in this year. creek is down a bit to about the perfect level to enjoy in the back yard need 6 cords of wood stat... so that will be my week in a nut shel and any other projects i can get to oh and i should figure out how i want to install the diesel heater in the trailer
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just wanted to pop in and say hey everybody...
been pretty busy last few weeks got a 200 mile trek lined up for today
last of the snow finally melted off the gazeebo location floor is about shot and i should replpace it but probably next year i have to rebuild the green house roof pretty quick and get to planting what ever is going in this year. creek is down a bit to about the perfect level to enjoy in the back yard need 6 cords of wood stat... so that will be my week in a nut shel and any other projects i can get to oh and i should figure out how i want to install the diesel heater in the trailer
Glad to hear you are still on two feet. Been thinking about you.
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just wanted to pop in and say hey everybody...
been pretty busy last few weeks got a 200 mile trek lined up for today
last of the snow finally melted off the gazeebo location floor is about shot and i should replpace it but probably next year i have to rebuild the green house roof pretty quick and get to planting what ever is going in this year. creek is down a bit to about the perfect level to enjoy in the back yard need 6 cords of wood stat... so that will be my week in a nut shel and any other projects i can get to oh and i should figure out how i want to install the diesel heater in the trailer
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Glad to hear you are still on two feet. Been thinking about you.
yup still alive and kicking trying to get started on cleaning up after the winter and playing my part to keep things moving in the right direction.
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Used the Milwaukee 18v garden tools yesterday. Let me tell you.
Freaking awesome. I trimmed my hedges, chainsawed a few branches on trees, edged my grass, and blew everything away in about 20min. Every attatchment clicks right on. No swapping tools, no pull starting, no mixing gas. Nothing. Just grab and go. And each attatchment works with extensions. No ladder, nothing. Never been easier.

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Used the Milwaukee 18v garden tools yesterday. Let me tell you.
Freaking awesome. I trimmed my hedges, chainsawed a few branches on trees, edged my grass, and blew everything away in about 20min. Every attatchment clicks right on. No swapping tools, no pull starting, no mixing gas. Nothing. Just grab and go. And each attatchment works with extensions. No ladder, nothing. Never been easier.

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++ to the above. I bought a chain saw, weed wacker and the blower last year. They certainly work as advertised. I especially like the chainsaw. I throw in the big skidder and go around the fields and clean up the trees in the field.

We have about 4 inches of snow on the ground today though.
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++ to the above. I bought a chain saw, weed wacker and the blower last year. They certainly work as advertised. I especially like the chainsaw. I throw in the big skidder and go around the fields and clean up the trees in the field.



We have about 4 inches of snow on the ground today though.
The new stuff is so cool. It uses 1 universal head and battery pack. Then the attachments quick connect to it.

https://www.milwaukeetool.com/Produc...pment/Quik-Lok


One of my real good friends is a territory manager for Milwaukee. He brought the stuff by yesterday for me to try while mine are are on order

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The new stuff is so cool. It uses 1 universal head and battery pack. Then the attachments quick connect to it.

https://www.milwaukeetool.com/Produc...pment/Quik-Lok


One of my real good friends is a territory manager for Milwaukee. He brought the stuff by yesterday for me to try while mine are are on order

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I got in a hurry. i bought all the separate stuff last summer before I realized the were coming out with a modular system. They all work great though.
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Watching that movie on motley crue. These guys are absolute animals lol

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