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 ARCHIVED TOPIC: I survived the 300 post game Part 41


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DeanT - Posted - 06/04/2015:  15:41:27


and here I've been blaming it on my neighbors beagle all along...

OM45GE - Posted - 06/04/2015:  15:42:13


They've got those in Texas too huh?

DeanT - Posted - 06/04/2015:  17:55:35


beagles or barking spiders?

OM45GE - Posted - 06/05/2015:  03:29:56


I was thinking of the barking spiders. 

DeanT - Posted - 06/05/2015:  06:47:44


we have a couple barking birds, they meow too

dat - Posted - 06/05/2015:  06:48:09


Those barking spiders follow people where ever they are

DeanT - Posted - 06/05/2015:  09:57:44


we have plenty of jumping furry spiders

dat - Posted - 06/05/2015:  10:39:16


I never liked walking through a spider web, even a one strand web I get all tangled up is and seems like it sticks all over,  good reason to walk a few paces behind someone else through the woods

chuckv97 - Posted - 06/05/2015:  11:29:23


My pet peeve is when a wasp or yellow jacket flies in the open window when I'm driving. All of a sudden I think I can feel him on my back under my shirt - YOW! Yeah,, they used to call it an act of God - sheesh.....

dat - Posted - 06/05/2015:  12:31:44


I remember one time  , probably will never forget.  



 I was driving late at night/ early morning and was pretty tired,   you can drive a long time legally without a commercial license,  and I had almost gone to sleep a couple of times,  I stuck my head out the window for the wind to get me awake good, and a june bug splattered on my forehead,    at 70 mph , that hurt

DeanT - Posted - 06/05/2015:  17:52:00


I hate the monster spider that appears from behind the dash... just enough for you to see it, then goes back out of view.

OM45GE - Posted - 06/05/2015:  17:52:51


A buddy of mine was riding his motorcycle and had a hornet get under his full face helmet. It stung him about a dozen times before he could stop and get the helmet off. We thought it was a lot funnier than he did.


Edited by - OM45GE on 06/05/2015 17:53:11

DeanT - Posted - 06/05/2015:  22:22:18


I sat down yesterday on a concrete outdoor bench, and soon a little red ant ran across my leg... I looked down to see that there a hundred million more of them, and I sat right in the middle of them. Really glad no one was videoing me.

chuckv97 - Posted - 06/06/2015:  04:40:59


Oh yeah, someone must have- just saw it on YouTube. 😆

DeanT - Posted - 06/06/2015:  07:33:45


I hope not! I was doing a good Michael Jackson

dat - Posted - 06/06/2015:  07:45:23


 yeah, we saw that,   never seen a white boy move quite like that    approve  

OM45GE - Posted - 06/06/2015:  15:55:54


I liked the fancy dance moves  



 

DeanT - Posted - 06/06/2015:  18:38:45


I demand royalties

dmiller - Posted - 06/06/2015:  21:45:36


DeanT - Posted - 06/06/2015:  23:10:03


yep, those are the same ants that got me!

OM45GE - Posted - 06/07/2015:  17:39:07


I'll pass. 

DeanT - Posted - 06/07/2015:  22:22:10


I think summer has arrived in Kansas. It be hot

OM45GE - Posted - 06/08/2015:  08:59:20


We might hit 70 today.

DeanT - Posted - 06/08/2015:  10:04:44


90's this week here

dat - Posted - 06/08/2015:  10:30:29


yep, summer is right around the corner, tha 3 digit mark is close, along with 90% humidity

OM45GE - Posted - 06/08/2015:  12:26:36


We have years we never hit 100 degrees.

dat - Posted - 06/08/2015:  13:13:04


we'll have a month and a half every year that it does, but good thing, it doesn't get below freezing often

OM45GE - Posted - 06/08/2015:  14:35:39


Good point. Although my dad used to say you could always put on enough clothes to stay warm but you couldn't always take enough off to stay cool.

dmiller - Posted - 06/08/2015:  15:20:45


Yesterday Lake Superior hit us with a "sucker punch".  It was only 45° for a high, and we were socked in with fog so thick you could barely see your hand in front of your face.  Today is much better.  No fog, and "warm" at 60°.  Bring on the heat!

chuckv97 - Posted - 06/08/2015:  18:52:36


Went thru Thunder Bay ystrdy- cold, foggy. Saskatchewan today ,and it's 95. Sheesh

OM45GE - Posted - 06/09/2015:  03:45:48


It's the same around here. Until the ocean warms up we can have cool and cloudy days if the wind is off the water. 

DeanT - Posted - 06/09/2015:  05:22:31


we have amber waves of grain in Kansas

dat - Posted - 06/09/2015:  05:58:35


quote:

Originally posted by OM45GE

Good point. Although my dad used to say you could always put on enough clothes to stay warm but you couldn't always take enough off to stay cool.







I always said that by the time you put on enough clothes to stay warm, you can't move, but you can always strip nekkid and drink a beer

dat - Posted - 06/09/2015:  06:06:03


quote:

Originally posted by DeanT

we have amber waves of grain in Kansas







we drove out towards central Texas a couple of weeks ago, the wheat fields looked nice blowing around, the corn was pretty slim in a lot of spots

OM45GE - Posted - 06/10/2015:  07:08:01


The last time we drove out to Bonneville it was strange to see the difference between irrigated and non irrigated corn fields. 

dmiller - Posted - 06/10/2015:  09:35:20


Last year when I went back home to visit the folks in Indiana, the cornfields here in Minnesota were barely 3 feet tall. While going through Illinois and Indiana, the corn growing there was well over 6 feet tall. 

 

OM45GE - Posted - 06/10/2015:  12:19:05


Folks here in New England start talking about a drought if we go three or four weeks without rain. I tell them that's a dry spell, not a drought. 

chuckv97 - Posted - 06/10/2015:  13:26:56


It can get dusty and windy way out here. The first time I walked up to the Customs building at Sweet Grass, MT , there was a tumbleweed blown up against the door. Being from the East, I thought, "Wow, this sure is different than the Buffalo border crossing". lol

dat - Posted - 06/10/2015:  13:36:41


we had lakes dry up a couple of years ago, the Angelina River was ankle deep in a few spots where it is 20 feet or so normal

OM45GE - Posted - 06/11/2015:  03:44:53


That's a drought!

dat - Posted - 06/11/2015:  11:00:57


during that time, 18,200 acres of woods burned just south of where we live, the fire started from a trailer wheel bearing that went out.   as dry as the ground grass way, it took off quick

dmiller - Posted - 06/11/2015:  16:34:19


 I used to fight forest fires and wildfires in Indiana and California back in 1977/ 78.



The forest fires in Indiana were results of lightning strikes, and the California wildfires were caused by arson.  It doesn't take much of a spark to get something like that going when the conditions are "right", like that trailer wheel bearing.  Fire generates it's own wind as it grows, making it harder for the guys trying to put the fire out.

chuckv97 - Posted - 06/11/2015:  16:50:55


Even sparks from train wheels can start fires in northern Ontario

OM45GE - Posted - 06/11/2015:  18:37:42


A guy up north of here parked his jeep in a field to go hunting and the hot catalytic converter set the grass on fire and burned up the jeep.  

chuckv97 - Posted - 06/11/2015:  22:05:42


Ha! Reminds me of the Maryhill, Ontario volunteer fire dept. that were trying to put out a grass fire. Their truck was parked in a field nearby ,, the wind shifted and burned up their brand new fire truck.

OM45GE - Posted - 06/12/2015:  03:11:21


A Salt Lake City fire station caught on fire earlier this year



sltrib.com/news/2243535-155/ea...ion-blaze

dat - Posted - 06/12/2015:  09:55:58


my neighbor was bush hogging and I guess the blade hit a rock, or could have been a spark from exhaust, but he burned up about 5 acres before we got it out, glad there was no wind or it could have been bad

OM45GE - Posted - 06/12/2015:  18:54:02


Five acres isn't bad?

chuckv97 - Posted - 06/12/2015:  20:04:38


Five acres in Texas is minuscule,,,everything's bigger in the Lone Star.....😉

dmiller - Posted - 06/12/2015:  21:28:40


quote:

Originally posted by chuckv97

 

Five acres in Texas is minuscule,,,everything's bigger in the Lone Star.....😉







That reminds me of the old joke about the three Texans bragging to each other about their land holdings.  The first one made the boast that his ranch had 20,000 acres. The second one made the comment that that was a bit small since he had over 50,000 acres.  The third guy said "Shucks.  I've only got 20 acres."  The other two tried to be nice to him and asked - - where are those 20 acres of yours?



The third guy replied - - - Downtown  Dallas!  cool

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