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#1186064 Sun Oct 09 2016 02:41 PM
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Went on vacation this week and stopped by to visit with Alvin and his wife Victoria.We drove around in his 37 and his panel, visited with some of his friends and went out for dinner.We had a great time.

His 37 does burn rubber in 2nd gear and it goes fast!!

Pete and Ellen

Pete52 #1186073 Sun Oct 09 2016 03:48 PM
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I was there this summer too. Everyone gets well fed when visiting with Alvin.

Pete52 #1186077 Sun Oct 09 2016 04:05 PM
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if you have any left overs, can you take them home with you..


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Originally Posted by joker
if you have any left overs, can you take them home with you..


We do the same thing with our visiters at Thanksgiving (Oct 10/'16 here), and at Christmas.
That way, we don't worry much about turkey soup, turkey casserole, turkey chow mein, turkey pies, turkey sandwiches, turkey a la king, Turkey Surprise, etc for gawd knows how long during the aftermath. grin







Pete52 #1186166 Mon Oct 10 2016 03:16 AM
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Pete, glad you and Ellen are home safe and sound. Enjoyed your visit with us.

...now that the word is out who's next? Bolters are the best!

....Pete, don't forget the "mason jar". hehehe


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Next time I'm there we'll get into that mason jar,but then we're not going out ANYWHERE !!! Just buurry me were you find me.


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Pete52 #1187095 Mon Oct 17 2016 08:14 AM
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Originally Posted by Pete52
Next time I'm there we'll get into that mason jar,but then we're not going out ANYWHERE !!! Just buurry me were you find me.Pete


Ach man,it'll pit hairs oan yer chist! grin

I was lucky/unfortunate to sample the contents of a Mason jar during a visit to Va. in 2010.
It was quite an assault on my senses developed over years of sipping fine Single Malts....I did manage to retain my eyesight though,which was good!

But the next morning...... big_eek


I've definately got this truck thing in my blood ... my DNA sequence has torque settings

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Originally Posted by jockbolter50
I did manage to retain my eyesight though,which was good!


If you flame test the product and see only blue flames, all is good. Yellow or white, run!

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Originally Posted by Paul_WNC
If you flame test the product and see only blue flames, all is good. Yellow or white, run!


I'm not sure a naked flame would've been a good idea! grin eeeek

Last edited by jockbolter50; Tue Oct 18 2016 04:03 PM.

I've definately got this truck thing in my blood ... my DNA sequence has torque settings

"Of all the small nations of this earth,perhaps only the ancient Greeks surpass the Scots in their contribution to mankind" Winston Churchill.

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