Morning all. Yep, Folgers and a little generic artifical creamer, that tastes like [email protected]
My wife is experimenting with generic creamers. I told her that she can experiment if she wants, but get my Carnation French Vanilla for me.
Freddy, tell me you didn't use the backhoe bucket to load your bin? Did you mean the Loader bucket? I don't know about yours, but my backhoe buck holds about 1 or 2 cubic feet.
YES! Use the solid half-blocks to hold down the tarp. Thats what I use. I can even cut(or break) them in half. A block that is 8 x 8 x 4 seems to hold the tarp ok. Although during Irene they went saling, and the tarp got shredded. But the insurance adjuster says the tarps are covered too, since the tree fell on the tarps as well as the garage.
No word yet, what they will be giving me for the 100 year old garage. True timber. 2x4's really are 2" x 4". They had to go back to the office and figure out "Replacement costs" for it.
I got the smaller of the two Oaks cut up already. The trunk section is 32ft tall. My little tractor can drag it along the ground, but the loader cannot lift it. I'll get it to my friend's sawmill and make some beams for the new garage.
Our antenna stopped working during the storm. I bought a new one, and just to test it, I hooked it up in the TV room, and placed it on top of the Media cabinet. We get about 6 channels from here. I'll have to get it up to the chimney to get best reception of about 18 channels. I'll borrow our local firehouse ladders to do that.
Time to go work on a chainsaw...