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Sonic65 May 15th, 2022 10:45 PM

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i agree 100%. Where's the pictures?



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Sonic65 May 15th, 2022 11:05 PM

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I agree 100%. Where's the pictures?

I did some HAZMAT Certification training as well. I hate the SCBA suits! But they keep us alive.

jbgroby May 16th, 2022 11:58 AM

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That is really cool! Is it going in a display case or ???

Fetch, yes, the case is built, I should have the model finished in about a month. I'll PL]M you some pics.

jbgroby May 16th, 2022 11:59 AM

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I did some HAZMAT Certification training as well. I hate the SCBA suits! But they keep us alive.

I did the re-cert. last year, harder than most realize, I have to deal with Chlorine Gas, just nasty stuff.

Sonic65 May 16th, 2022 03:46 PM

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I did the re-cert. last year, harder than most realize, I have to deal with Chlorine Gas, just nasty stuff.

Sure is nasty!

FetchMeAPepsi June 10th, 2022 07:20 PM

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I did some HAZMAT Certification training as well. I hate the SCBA suits! But they keep us alive.

Great pics! Those suits look like a pain to deal with. Can you see in them?



Storm this week blew down a bunch of limbs out of our trees. This weekend we'll be running the wood chipper and making mulch like it's our sole purpose in life. I don't even have a place to put it all yet.

I go through spurts where I really enjoy working outside then the next week all i wanna do is sit around, play on the internet, and watch old westerns like a grandpa. Once i get outside and get started it's great, but getting that first UMPH going is tough.

Last week we opened our pool for the kids. I'd rather be on the water than in it, but they would sleep out there if we'd let 'em, haha. There was a shortage of alum this year (Thanks Biden!) so we opened late and had to use liquid flocculant to clear out the mess of winter. We're usually open by May 1st, if that tells you anything.
Then a pipe burst at midnight and blew out about 5000 gallons of water all out down the street. Water hose is getting a work out.

I need to come up with a good cover option for it that will fit on the deck. Last year we just covered it but covers get hung up on the deck and tear so they only work so-so at best. We end up buying a new cover every 2 years so that gets expensive.

I'm thinking about maybe building a plywood cover with 2x4s and 1/2" plywood that I can pull off in spring and put back on in winter. Haven't got it all figured out yet, but the wheels are turning.

Anyway, that's my update on other crap going on here.


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