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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Head Lice, Feb 20, 2017.
And that would be an easy section.
Might have to get a chain saw out too.
I was thinking how your going to get a the mower down there ...haha
I always have one with me
Me too....one with a 14" bar. I've cleared and back a lot of trees and brush with it to keep the roads open. Then have my Husky with a 28" bar for the bigger stuff, trees across the roads etc.
A view of Summit Lake from a small logging landing in Capitol Forrest (WA State) yesterday while making a 89 mile GPX track with and for a friend.
The window tax was a property tax based on the number of windows in a house. It was a significant social, cultural, and architectural force in England, France, Ireland and Scotland during the 18th and 19th centuries. To avoid the tax some houses from the period can be seen to have bricked-up window-spaces (ready to be glazed or reglazed at a later date). In England and Wales it was introduced in 1696 and was repealed in 1851, 156 years after first being introduced.
View of the gherkin from an office I worked in a few weeks ago. Some of the glass fell out of this window 10 year ago. Nobody was injured.
Just a photo of something I dream about all the time...
Some photos from our visit to the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta a few weeks ago...
This is someone's pride and joy at work. Most creative use of diamond plate that I have ever seen! Someone spent a lot of time and effort to do this. While I think it's absolutely heinous, I have no room to talk. I was driving a Honda Civic at the time...
hahaha I love the fact that the Strut brace is sitting on top of the bonnet
Funny you would say that, as it was my favorite (???) part, as well!!! Wish I had a pic of the 280Z that runs around White Center with the silver serving tray bolted upside-down on the hood, along with probably about 40 lbs. of various "trim" pieces screwed, glued, or bolted to it. Even had stuff on the steering wheel!
Some people lol
I wish I still had a picture, but alas I do not...I worked with a guy who flipped a paint tray upside down on his hood, to make it look like a scoop...It was on an Escort WAGON!
I saw an old gasser '55 Chevy that had a newspaper box with the name still on the sides being used as a scoop. Considering the overall look of the car (think "rat rod"), it actually worked out quite well!
I'd like to know how they pulled that off...two guys smiling in the Jeep, dry as a bone, two women out in the muck, covered in mud, digging out the stuck smartasses...
And they're both in dresses... True love I guess
Good thing the 'window tax' went away before they built that one!