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  1. I think any of my bumpers are V8. Sorry, no help there.
  2. 🤦🏻‍♂️🤦🏻‍♂️🤦🏻‍♂️ Marker lights and FORD not the crest 🤦🏻‍♂️🤦🏻‍♂️🤦🏻‍♂️
  3. Huh, I have left the keys in my truck for the last two years.
  4. Are you sure it isn't a 50? It appears to have internal door hinges.
  5. I prefer Durocs or Berkshires. I hate my hamps and yorks. They just have excitable attitudes. Duroc and Berk are also some of the best eating, marbled pigs out there.
  6. Looks like a great one for my no-till farming.
  7. You can watch them in Elkhorn, WI a few times a year. https://www.cityofelkhorn.org/community/page/flat-track-races Aztalan Cycle club also runs flat track, but it's way smaller than Walworth County Fairgrounds track.
  8. I forgot the pic mom sent this am.
  9. Well, some of the wasps died a fiery death. It was just starting to get dark, but there must have been quite a few of them out and about. The ones that came back had an angry little swarm at the top of the bush. They got a second helping of carb cleaner and wasp spray.
  10. Apparently it's a firefighter thing. My first thought was weed burner torch after dark. Light that baby on fire and burn them alive! Google says you can't get wasp spray into the paper wasp nest. It only works well on the ones with the comb things not the giant ball thing.
  11. My mom has a paper wasp nest in a bush next to one of her walking trails. They stung the heck out of my dog today and it's time for them to go. They are less than 5 feet off the ground so pretty easy to get at. How do you get rid of them?
  12. They are using it in Wisconsin to map the silurian dolemite bedrock. They are implementing a new set of rules for applying manure with 3', 5', and 20' of soil over bedrock. You don't have to do ground truthing unless you want to dispute the mapped bedrock layer. If you want to dispute it they require 1/4 acre bores or remote sensing methods with less ground truthing (but ground truthing still required).
  13. Looks like ground penetrating radar to me. That's the ring type. There is also one that looks like a missile.
  14. This is a satellite image of the damage in Iowa.
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