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  1. #27535
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    Good morning, Bret and everyone!
    [Avatar photo from a Florida training accident. Everyone walked away.]
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  2. #27536
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    Afternoon Bret and everyone. Productive day around the yard today. ACGC I just went through the pics that I got from the location but none of them are from my stepmom's shack.. My wife might have some (we'll check) and if not, that might have to wait until the next time i fly over there.

  3. #27537
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    Good morning, Bret and everyone!
    [Avatar photo from a Florida training accident. Everyone walked away.]
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  4. #27538
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    Mourning Bret & all ! Need to mow this afternoon, putting fertilizer on the grass sure helps it grow ...lol...hope all is good in y'all's neck of the woods. Moonrunner thanks for looking for old pic's of the pontoon. We are starting to plan on the canopy and sitting arrangements but mostly will use lawn chairs for now.
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  5. #27539
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    Afternoon ladies and gentlemen.

    Works been busy. Soloed my first compressor in a small micro-chiller. Learned how to weld in a tight spot-if the building occupants aren't yelling because of the smell of burnt armaflex-you're doing it right.

    Been a pretty crazy week here. We had 3 people off one day each this week for funerals. It left some tempers pretty short.

    Starting to reap the rewards of finally being third year. Just purchased my first used car. Its a 2008 VW City Golf. They were only sold here in Canada for a short period of time. They were a remake of the previous generation of the Golf because the Rabbit that was set to replace the older Golf could not meet emissions or crash test standards here in Canada. So they were offered as an interim solution. Now a lot of them are coming off lease and with Tiff just learning to drive I figured it was time to upgrade to something more reliable. Sort of looks similar to this:

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    And no, I won't be adding rims or flames or an exhaust system that looks like 4" chrome B-vent LOL. Or before someone says it, I wont be adding a park bench either!
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  6. #27540
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    Just getting cleaned up and caught up from a weekend at camp with the family.

    Couldn't have scripted better weather. Cool morning on Saturday warmed up to mid-80s with a light, cool breeze. A tiny sprinkle of rain right at dark...

    Matthew (the cub with Leukemia) managed to come out about mid-day and got a chauffeured ride around the camp on a golf cart to any thing he wanted to see and to do. They brought Stat MedEvac chopper in and he got to watch it land and take off, got to shoot BB guns and archery, hang out with the Indian Dancers and was "double-fisting" S'mores at the campfire later on in the evening.

    His LAST TREATMENT is this Tuesday and after that, they'll put him on a maintenance program. Not sure what that means, exactly, but Mom was sure excited about it and I KNOW that Bret's last treatment was a BIG THING for him, so I'll go out on a limb and hoist a glass for Matthew Tuesday evening.

    little man.

  7. #27541
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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    Just getting cleaned up and caught up from a weekend at camp with the family.

    Couldn't have scripted better weather. Cool morning on Saturday warmed up to mid-80s with a light, cool breeze. A tiny sprinkle of rain right at dark...

    Matthew (the cub with Leukemia) managed to come out about mid-day and got a chauffeured ride around the camp on a golf cart to any thing he wanted to see and to do. They brought Stat MedEvac chopper in and he got to watch it land and take off, got to shoot BB guns and archery, hang out with the Indian Dancers and was "double-fisting" S'mores at the campfire later on in the evening.

    His LAST TREATMENT is this Tuesday and after that, they'll put him on a maintenance program. Not sure what that means, exactly, but Mom was sure excited about it and I KNOW that Bret's last treatment was a BIG THING for him, so I'll go out on a limb and hoist a glass for Matthew Tuesday evening.

    little man.
    If my kid had to go through that I would be a mess, hope it all works out

  8. #27542
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joehvac25 View Post
    If my kid had to go through that I would be a mess, hope it all works out
    Gotta give their family credit. They've stuck together and the parents are making time for each child (they have 4)

    They're tough folks.

  9. #27543
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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    Gotta give their family credit. They've stuck together and the parents are making time for each child (they have 4)

    They're tough folks.
    Ya that's good, can't leave anyone out. It's sad how a kid so young could have those issues, I'd rather die then have any of my kids go through that.

  10. #27544
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    I'll say a couple good words for him tomorrow on my bike ride when I hit my knees....Good Weekend JP.....
    Us Canucks have a long weekend this weekend and you guys next weekend...right.....?
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  11. #27545
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug Lockhart View Post
    I'll say a couple good words for him tomorrow on my bike ride when I hit my knees....Good Weekend JP.....
    Us Canucks have a long weekend this weekend and you guys next weekend...right.....?

    Yep. Next weekend is our long weekend.

    I'm sure he can use all the help he can get.


    Gotta say that he seemed to be in reasonably good health and in good spirits.

  12. #27546
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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    Just getting cleaned up and caught up from a weekend at camp with the family.

    Couldn't have scripted better weather. Cool morning on Saturday warmed up to mid-80s with a light, cool breeze. A tiny sprinkle of rain right at dark...

    Matthew (the cub with Leukemia) managed to come out about mid-day and got a chauffeured ride around the camp on a golf cart to any thing he wanted to see and to do. They brought Stat MedEvac chopper in and he got to watch it land and take off, got to shoot BB guns and archery, hang out with the Indian Dancers and was "double-fisting" S'mores at the campfire later on in the evening.

    His LAST TREATMENT is this Tuesday and after that, they'll put him on a maintenance program. Not sure what that means, exactly, but Mom was sure excited about it and I KNOW that Bret's last treatment was a BIG THING for him, so I'll go out on a limb and hoist a glass for Matthew Tuesday evening.

    little man.

    That's great news, Prayers sent to everyone involved here with there support for others in there time of need.
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  13. #27547
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    Quote Originally Posted by crackertech View Post
    That's great news, Prayers sent to everyone involved here with there support for others in there time of need.

    Amen to that.

    Good morning, Bret and everyone!
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