Piece of string. Guess i need thievin proof string.
But did you drill a hole in it to thread the string thru?Its a regular round little black rubber 8 inch long about almost 1/2 inch antennae
Sure rub it in I have to do 20 hours of continuing ed this year to renew my license.Repair of the broken sprinkler line in the front yard is working via more pressure/volume of water resulting in that one getting dry spot is now getting greener. 👍 It’s that time and I renewed my professional license so good for another four years. Did it online this time and kudos to whoever wrote the online renewer program as it made sense and twas able to get through it on the first try. So glad I choose something to do for income that doesn’t require continual education. 😀 Cleaned-did both rifles used today for LRS and tumbling the spent brass as I type.
No, that's maybe why I am happy!You have a big screen out there for the games?
Parties in the garage . . . I like that idea.Exciting times ahead.
Your choice there buddy. 😀 Fortunately gravity, math, and laws of physics haven’t changed. 🤔Sure rub it in I have to do 20 hours of continuing ed this year to renew my license.
The crazy thing is I have to have the same license as a tech in the store even though I don't handle any of the meds.
Wild are creaming em on the scoreboard.No, that's maybe why I am happy!
Parties in the garage . . . I like that idea.
We just made it back from our epic adventure. Almost to the Falls on the Yellow Dog and daughter wanted to head back to town. Stopped on way back for a walk at one of the parks north of Presque Isle for a walk and daughter whips out her graduation suit of arm and mortar board w/ diploma for a photo suit. I thought the bag she was toting may have had our lunch in it but didn’t ask questions. Apparently I was again left in the dark as son and her were working this out the other night.No mud&snows yet, sorry. You gonna be on Club property?
Grub run delayed because the spring cleanup crew arrived. happy happy!
I had that oil leaking problem on one of my Stihls', on the bottom there is a tiny hole with a spring loaded check ball that keeps the oil tank from going into a vacuum. Mine had a little piece of sawdust caught in it so it couldn't seal. If I remember correctly I just worked it with a pick.Got out and did yard work this afternoon. Mowed Mom's yard, finished mowing mine as I had done half yesterday then started erasing weeds with the internal combustion engine powered rotating plastic cord erasing machine. Did that far too long and now I am paying the price for it in considerable quantities of pain. When I quit at dark I was covered with dirt, bloody from rock hits and didn't think I'd make it to the bathroom for a hot shower. Then found that I had forgotten to take my pills this morning which no doubt added to to the pain unnecessarily. I hardly ever forget to do that.
I'm still quite happy with the Stihl KM91R and attachments, best thing that that I've been able to buy. Always starts easily and runs perfectly. The Stihl chainsaw has tempted me a few times to take a very heavy hammer and displace it into the planetary crust. That might be because of the fuel that had been used in it in the past, unknown. Using Stihl synthetic oil mix in ethanol free gas it has ran well most of the time. Wants to stall at idle even after adjustment. The EZ Start ratchet pawls broke twice. The bar oil leaks out unless you leave tank side down and always has since new. Otherwise it cuts well and the tool free bar adjustment works as it should.
Enjoying driving the little white Hyundai Elantra Coupe. Gotta make the first payment tomorrow. 😭
We will... we'll be at the shack today to continue prepping for priming a reluctant pump, turning on the heat, etc. for the 6th yr in a row with no burst pipes. 🤞Mornin',
It's also our wedding anniversary.
Happy Anniversary to you both!! 💑
Have a Mexican day!