amsashooter

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About amsashooter

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  • Birthday December 23

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    South Central MN
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    U.S. Army Reserves 2000-20??

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  1. It all depends on the variety. Some are early some are late. We have a "State Fair" that are almost ready now. But we also have a Haralson, and a Regent that are best picked after a frost.
  2. So far, that's three votes in favor and none against. Any more thoughts out there?
  3. Has anybody ever tried running the wavy discs ( pictured) on one of these machines? The one I just picked up will need new discs next year so I'm looking for pros and cons of going to the other kind.
  4. Made it back to home station. Now just waiting for the wash rack.
  5. Nope. Now they are just rubber πŸ˜’
  6. Left Mt. Vernon IL this morning, on our way to Cedar Rapids IA. Honk and wave if you see us in your areaπŸ˜€
  7. Completely agree! Back in the day I did a "voluntary turn-in"(no repoman involved). Life changed from when we bought the car. We were given plenty of chances to make things right, but just couldn't come up with the money. You should know when you sign the paperwork that that's how it works.
  8. The are just plain Freightliner FLD120's. 500hp Detroit governed at 67mph.
  9. Getting ready to hit the road this morning.
  10. Reserve centers along the way. We stopped in Chattanooga last night. And we have our cooks with an assault kitchen. On to Mt. Vernon IL today.
  11. Yep. We were moving JP-5 from the fuel farm to NAS Jacksonville
  12. I think you mean IEDsπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
  13. Just went past the "National Peanut Festival"
  14. I got talked into doing another two weeks of Army this summer. One of the local units was short truck drivers for the return trip from Jacksonville FL. So I flew down last week to play along with the fuel mission. Today we started our 1600 mile road trip back. I'm already seeing so different agriculture. I've never seen a peanut field.