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    *Supporting Member* finelyshedded's Avatar
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    Ron and I got four sweet tressstand sets up over the weekend,hung out with our buddies at deer camp and shared many laughs along the way. Definitely TOOgood worthy.
    Carrying a shed or two for several hours while you continue to look for more early in a hunt is a burden but I'll try to work through it.....

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    Sounds like fun Ric.
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    Working with Iron Workers and its threatening to rain.....Guess I could scope out the local sporting goods.
    One good minute....can change your whole season.

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    Been a while, but I am heading up to set up a tree stand and get ready to get back into the swing of things

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    Well what started what seems like a year ago (actually 3 months) they're putting the finishing touches on our street... New gas lines were ran to all the houses, new sidewalks (old ones torn out and has line ran down it) grass was replanted (not pleased with that progress) and now the road is being paved...
    Been a PIA this summer with all the road closings and in between the gas line crews and the rail road crews at the crossings there's been a lot of unhappy campers, but day light is being seen now....

    By the way, this is the first pavement of this road in 20 years.... It was getting to where it was needed....
    "Risk reveals what you value."

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    Oh, and I've got the brand new Michelins installed on the Tundra today.... All set for the winter lol
    "Risk reveals what you value."

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    Go out there with a cup of coffee and join them, or tell them how to do their jobs.
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    Good shit fellas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustinb80 View Post
    Go out there with a cup of coffee and join them, or tell them how to do their jobs.
    I've been feeding some of the guys coffee all summer lol
    Ran into one in the airport on our way home from cruising ... Had a good laugh on that one...
    Wife says I can't go anywhere in the world without running into some i know lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustinb80 View Post
    Go out there with a cup of coffee and join them, or tell them how to do their jobs.
    That is funny!
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    Quote Originally Posted by "J" View Post
    Oh, and I've got the brand new Michelins installed on the Tundra today.... All set for the winter lol
    What did you put on? My original tires are getting close to being replaced! I want some thing that has a more aggressive look to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NWOHhunter View Post
    What did you put on? My original tires are getting close to being replaced! I want some thing that has a more aggressive look to it.
    Michelins, same as the stock tire that came on it... 57k and they still had some life left on em....
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    I am at 46k and they are getting close

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    What's good TOO?

    Quote Originally Posted by NWOHhunter View Post
    I am at 46k and they are getting close
    Did you have the At or the MS? I had the MS
    "Risk reveals what you value."

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    I got 100k out of michelins on my truck. The Yukon normally gets 75-80

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clay Showalter View Post
    I got 100k out of michelins on my truck. The Yukon normally gets 75-80
    Damn!!!! Now that's getting your monies worth lol...

    I probably could of pushed it in nicer weather and got another 10k out of them but figured I didn't need to be screwing around with that during deer season lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by "J" View Post
    Damn!!!! Now that's getting your monies worth lol...

    I probably could of pushed it in nicer weather and got another 10k out of them but figured I didn't need to be screwing around with that during deer season lol
    Yea I pushed the 100k so I could make it. lol but it was during the summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clay Showalter View Post
    Yea I pushed the 100k so I could make it. lol but it was during the summer.
    Yeah if this was apr or may I'd of waited until sept to do with what I had left.... But it was t lol... I actually bought the tires in April and put them away in the garage until needed... Found a deal at the time that I couldn't pass up....
    "Risk reveals what you value."

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    Wow...100,000 miles on a set of tires! You realize vehicles come with a couple of pedals and a steering wheel, right? That's amazing.
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    A little over a year ago I started getting real disappointed in my job. I went and talked to management about it and was promised some changes. I gave them time and a few reminders of my goals without much beyond words.

    I sorta half assed started looking for new employment. A few buddies of mine are linemen and kept telling me to go sign the books at Local 71. I finally got upset enough a few months back and took a day off of work to go sign the books.

    Keeping my old supervisors in the loop with what I was doing. They offered me a new shift for me to stay. All though that was tempting, I'm glad I didn't. 2 weeks into this new job I'm starting to get a little more used to waking up at 0400 and driving 100 miles to the jobsite. Sure that sucks, but I'm still happier being an equipment operator then I was before. I substantial pay raise also helps. Lol

    Not sure what I've been waiting for. Should've done this years ago when it was first offered. Oh well, better late then never!
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