Green tea (YUCK!) and Krispy Kremes (YUMMY) for breakfast!
Its a balmy 37f right now, soon to be in the 50's, with chance of rain today.
The only thing I don't like about these non-freezing temps, is when I reload the coal bin that's on our back porch, the front-end loader leaves ruts in the lawn. I guess I'll have to level those out, in the spring.
Bulk coal pile got ALOT smaller this year. Maybe 2 or 3 more seasons left in it, before I reorder another load.
F-Fred, you MUST be bored.... posting about yer skivys now, are ya?
Hey Ricoman, whereabouts is your wife heading? She is more than welcome to make a pit stop here. We are 30 minutes off of 85 or 95.
Freddy, I have seen staples in the gas tank/seat before. I don't know why people think that'll work, its cheaper to just do it right the first time. Or they can always fix it with my favorite tool.... a couple rolls of duck tape!
Well, I guess we are going to have a bunch of rug rats running around this house this afternoon. Its my daughters 9th birthday today(Yeah, we had our kids late in life. REALLY LATE in life ). I guess I'll be working out in the barn the whole time. Anyways, I got some small engine repairs I have been putting off until spring. Might as well start on those projects.
I also just found out that my wife's Subaru Outback is not running in AWD. Its just been Front-Wheel-Drive since we got it back from the dealers to have the transfer case clutch and shifting solenoid replaced. You would thinks they would make sure the rear tires were actually spinning before they gave it back! I'll get it up on the lift and tear it down myself. At least it is an easy and fun project to work on. Not having the time to do it myself led me to take it to the dealer in the first place. Oh well... live and learn...
I restocked my diesel and Kero supply yesterday. At least those fuels came down in price, I got Off-road for $3.65 and the Off-road K1 was $3.40 not cheap anymore, but better than it had been.
I found a close dealer that also supplys Ethanol-free high-test. Since I do so little driving during the week, I think I'll just fill the car with that. Sometimes I go 2 months before I have to refill, and I don't want that ethanol messing up the car, like it does all my chainsaws. Oh, I did find a additive from STA-BIL specifically for Ethanol fuel. Heres the link....http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004HX ... UTF8&psc=1
I haven't tried it yet, so I can't vouch for it.