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1 hour ago, TroyDairy said:

Clock!

Use fencing tools for number spots and twist barbed wire for hands 

Better call clock kid,

Good ideas, kinda like the grill idea.

In other news spent 25 hours since Monday cleaning the garage and shop area  only 10 to go. But I should be able to find stuff.

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3 hours ago, TroyDairy said:

Clock!

Use fencing tools for number spots and twist barbed wire for hands 

Yes, this could be very good

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Fruit of my labor this week old garage that is getting torn down cleaned out some. New garage/shop organised. 20 hrs of bolt/screw/misc sorting. 

 

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It's not much but it's warm in the winter.

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On 11/08/2016 at 11:24 AM, TroyDairy said:

Clock!

Use fencing tools for number spots and twist barbed wire for hands 

In the spirit  of Jimmy Buffett and "3/4 Time" you could then start referring to

"Prickly Time"

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1 hour ago, mader656 said:

Fruit of my labor this week old garage that is getting torn down cleaned out some. New garage/shop organised. 20 hrs of bolt/screw/misc sorting. 

 

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It's not much but it's warm in the winter.

Feels good though dont it

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4 minutes ago, TroyDairy said:

Feels good though dont it

I can find stuff just got to put it away.

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Anyone else get to the last bit of shop assorted and drop it in the trash without more than a cursory glance?

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On August 10, 2016 at 7:02 PM, mader656 said:

I get a bucket of things and finally just chuck it, my grand father saved everything just in case, and had such a collection he ended up buying new anyway because he could never find what he needed in his pile.

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Smoke from the valley, not mine, the age old question how to put out a hay fire from spontaneous combustion... Not mine but sad deal not a lot of forage in the valley left. I Guess they are irrigated though...

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Went to the edge ta, show in huntley today fun show,

After the show, my 5 year old daughter said she had fun at the tractor show, as did my wife, love them.

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The steamer spun out from the mud,

Amazing how much force that little car took to crush.

Old acetylene generator on the torch I think.

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Oops,

Thought I'll just put it in neutral and it'll come out, that thing is heavy, nope had to get wife to help. 

Backed to close to ditch bank.

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Farmhand welding bucket option?

So I don't need to take the Toyota on small jobs.

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Nice.  I like that

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That looks nice Mader.  Handy and room for extra supplies.

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20 minutes ago, AKwelder said:

Nice.  I like that

 

5 minutes ago, Sledgehammer said:

That looks nice Mader.  Handy and room for extra supplies.

Best part only cost was consumables or the welder.

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Took the swamp cooler out today, now a fire. Thus behind the winter 16-17 heating season, hoping for wet.

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Found out, the hard way I need to renforce, the brackets,that hold the thing on, like to redo with 3/8 plate with more meat behind to hook to. This way it won't rear out again. Fortuntaly it did not hurt the welder or bottles., 

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Today was fun, 02 regulator tore a rubber gasket, 2.5 hours to town, finished day using the welder to cut saddles, 

Nieghbor came up to say hello, asked if I was by myself up there, 20 miles from cell land, told him yup, I'm just real careful. Said if I don't move for a long time hed come check on me. Also said as folks I am working for are not home to just come on over if I need a phone, told me doors are not locked phones are here, here and here if you need it. Nice area to work. 

Finally of all the things a fencer should have something to cut wire is high on that list, cut wire with the welder all day.

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Today this was the safe road, glad I got access to it.

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The other option was autv with path, complete with drop offs.

How to move a dog house with a post driver,

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Smart way to check fence in a deep draw.

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Be real careful. When I work alone on the ranch I tell my buddy about what time I will be in . Then I text him that I am safe and sound.. He can come looking for me if I don't touch base

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9 minutes ago, edwardporter1 said:

Be real careful. When I work alone on the ranch I tell my buddy about what time I will be in . Then I text him that I am safe and sound.. He can come looking for me if I don't touch base

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Wife always knows where I'm at, I've been blessed to work most of the time if nothing moves for a while I get checked in on especially out of cell land.

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