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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by AmyLynn2374, May 8, 2015.
Nah, I was referring to you. Haha jk
Summer shandy? Dare I ask what that is? Man behind the curtain. Pooh
I need to talk to your wife....I really think she should get you to the nearest Emergency room as soon as possible...Wait, someone needs to take me to the nearest emergency room cause I think I'm having a heart attack.....Unbelievable!!!
for smacking us when we do it and
for not doing more than just 6!!!
I just turn from left to right or right to left, not slow, not fast. Just easy, I guess. Lol. I turn at 7am, 2pm, & 9pm.
How did you stop at 6??? How dark are the eggs? We need more details! Photos too!!...yeah I know...that will never happen!! I love Amy's response!!! Lol!!
Same here....I wonder because they were shipped eggs. My last hatch I purchased locally.
It's a beer. And a mighty fine one at that.
Oh my am I glad the weekend is almost over. I look forward to going back to work for some R&R.
Tractor has repair plates bolted in. The welder is just not up to the job. I still have to weld up the transaxle bracket and muffler, but the heavy work is done for now. I used a lot of Locktite Red to be sure those nuts don't come loose. If a bigger welder suddenly appears on my doorstep, I will go back and weld up the repair plates.
The frame rails were hardened steel, and some of the holes had to go through 1/8" hardened, 3/32" hardened, then the 1/8" mild steel repair plates. Drilling the repair plates was like drilling through a warm stick of butter compared to the frame.
It got dark before I got a test ride in, and until I tie down the neutral safety switch wires to the transaxle bracket I really don't want to start it up. Too many places for those wires to get broken or pinched...
Gonna go drink about a quart of water, then candle my eggs that are due 8/5.
After that day (and after you drink a quart of water) I think a stronger beverage might be in order... Nice work!
Git er done!!!!! Go enjoy your candle time with your future fluffies!