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post #1321 of 1569
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Originally Posted by imatlas View Post

As long as you had your whip, it was manly.
Come to think of it, do you know David Morgan and family?

I know about their company. They sell a lot of stuff that's right up my alley and a lot of the brands they carry I already own. I do own a bull whip and a signal whip. I better add a whip to my basic tool kit. LOL. Ya never know when it'll come in handy.

The people who own the property are one of my clients. I was out there today on business and after we were done we took a walk. I now have another site to work and later next week they are going to show me another spot. We walked around site 2 for about 15 minutes. We found a ton of flakes and worked flint, a few more tools, and a bunch of points. It's very obvious that this property was used as a camp site for thousands of years. The time frame for site 2 is also late Paleo, transitional and early/mid archaic. To say I'm thrilled about this would be an understatement. From what they told me about the site I'll see next week it'll make the other two sites look lame.

Yeah it was a good day. I need about 500 more days like this in a row.
post #1322 of 1569
currently gutting the bathroom. had to use an angle grinder to level out the prior thinset on the concrete subfloor.
post #1323 of 1569
4 Day backcountry ski trip through the Teton Range. No guides. Just me and 4 friends.

Beautiful country

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but now, I'm kind of hurting, with 13 blisters on my feet, including this one:

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post #1324 of 1569
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Originally Posted by Kai View Post

4 Day backcountry ski trip through the Teton Range. No guides. Just me and 4 friends.
Beautiful country
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but now, I'm kind of hurting, with 13 blisters on my feet, including this one:
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I dare say too manly.

post #1325 of 1569
Damn dude it also looks like you might have gotten yourself a case of frostbite as well.
post #1326 of 1569
i was eating a sandwhich just now too...
post #1327 of 1569
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Originally Posted by Crane's View Post

Damn dude it also looks like you might have gotten yourself a case of frostbite as well.


No frostbite. Feet were never cold.

Wrapped up in gauze with some ointment on them and they're feeling much better now,


The only real damage will be the damage to my sartorial reputation because I will be wearing slippers to work for a few days.
post #1328 of 1569
Rebuilding the clutch on my 1968 Honda CB450
Edited by cahlersmeyer - 4/15/12 at 7:41pm
post #1329 of 1569
So, this isn't one day, but it's in the last 48 hours, all in my Jeep TJ:

Friday night:
- Four new speakers

Saturday:
- Two new KC fog lights to replace the stocks
- Replaced turn signal socket and re-wired fender corner marker
- New door strap
- Oil Change
- New Wipers
- Tire Rotation

Sunday:
- Put in heavy-duty D-rings to anchor my kid's child seat
post #1330 of 1569
Instead of going to bed at 5am after a long night of work, I had two coffees to stay awake so I could make it to the donut shop at 7 to get the hot donuts.
post #1331 of 1569
-Had a Five Guys burger and regular sized fries.
-walked around in a hoodie under a jacket, with jeans and boots......in the pouring rain
-shot around 150 rounds
post #1332 of 1569
I built a smoker out of a weber portable grill and a tamale pot.
post #1333 of 1569
Had training all weekend
Ran through about a thousand rounds on my issued M240 bravo.
Qualified at shooting 800 meter targets... At night.
Ruck marched with Kevlar vest, ruck sack and weapon.
Slept 3 hours all weekend.
Drank a beer when I got home.
post #1334 of 1569
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Originally Posted by lmaligaya View Post

I built a smoker out of a weber portable grill and a tamale pot.
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Originally Posted by cahlersmeyer View Post

Had training all weekend
Ran through about a thousand rounds on my issued M240 bravo.
Qualified at shooting 800 meter targets... At night.
Ruck marched with Kevlar vest, ruck sack and weapon.
Slept 3 hours all weekend.
Drank a beer when I got home.

The juxtaposition of these two posts made me LOL
post #1335 of 1569
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Originally Posted by imatlas View Post

The juxtaposition of these two posts made me LOL

sorry man, but knowing and using 'juxtaposition' is Not Manly.
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