Morning all.. Ohhhh boyyyyy, that Bisquits & Sausage gravey is my favorite! Too bad I missed breakfast yesterday.
I got locally-collected honey in my green tea right now. It really doesn't stick to my ribs like Freddy's coffee would, but it sure is much easier on my system. I guess I am getting Caffiene-intolerant???
Stoves on idle, but still too warm in the house. Had to use Window-stats.
I just finished discing the church's "Neighborhood" garden. All the Oldies in town can get a plot to plant their vegis, without the hassle of tending their own garden. Its already in the 70's, and only 9:00am.
Then I get a call from a buddy who was out cutting old Oaks that had fire-damage the year before. A fire last year burned all the bark off hundreds/thousands of old growth trees on a neighbors plantation, and they all died. Anyway, my buddy was a little overwhelmed at the size of the trees, so "could I go help him"? Damn, I am thinking, I started burning coal just so I wouldn't have to cut wood anymore! But, being the good buddy, I went over with a couple big saws of mine, and spent the day cutting firewood for him. I even had to use my own gas
We bucked up enough for him to last thru NEXT winter, so I guess he was happy.
He did give me a tour of his 'museum' of historical firearms. He has most everything made from early 1800s flintlocks, to WW2 submachine guns. He had rearrainged everything by era, so the displays were much more meaningfull now. I got a promise to fire ANY fully auto weapon of my choosing.
That big .50cal on the tripod, looked mighty inviting.
Rob, good choice on cars. We have been buying Subaru Outbacks since 2003, and they are still going strong. I just replaced a front axle on my wife's 2004, cuz the boot had split. I was down in less than an hour. Probably closer to 30 minuts to replace it.