Originally Posted by MotorcycleChick
I went to TSC this past week, and resisted the chicks. It was hard. Especially when the guy kept putting them in my hands! Fortunately they were closing, and I didn't have time to change my mind. Next week may be different.
After a whole 10 months, and two weeks, guess what I did last night?! LAUNDRY!!!!! A guy came, and put the plumbing in (on my back porch. No steps to go up/down either!!) and I got another guy to trade me a new (to me) washer for my old appliances at my old house! He got the better end of the deal, but I got a bigger washer, and someone else to do the heavy lifting and hauling!!
To make things better, the guy that did the plumbing is offering me his peacocks (IDK if I want them yet), sold 14 dozen eggs for me (boy is my fridge empty now!) AND.... He knows a farmer that sells 100# bags of feed for about $20 in my area! I just loaded up Monday, but I will happily buy another 100# next week for that price! Now if I can figure out how to LIFT 100 lbs of feed! Any hints??
Have them load it into your vehicle with the 'open' end accessible closest to whatever vehicle door you are using.... when you get home, bring a couple of 5 gallon buckets or whatever size bucket you can carry and set it near the door, open the feed bag and use a cut open milk jug as a scoop and divide it up into the smaller containers till the bag is light enough for you to manage. Congrats on the good deal you worked out over the washer and eggs!
Originally Posted by sgtmom52
I guess he was just predicting for Punxsy proper... no snow there at all today. I left work in Indiana County at 0800 and had to clean heavy snow off of the truck, by the time I got to Punxsy 24 miles North it was bare ground and sunshine! Stupid whistle pig!