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    Quote Originally Posted by RubberDuck View Post
    Not so much a prep as tools to help along with lots of prep projects.
    Got my Birthday presents early seems how it falls during the week and everyone is working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mills View Post
    I pedaled for 40 miles on my bicycle on Sunday, and I bought some Mossy Oak pants, at the Wagon Wheel Flea Market. I see a pattern emerging here, biking & camo & flea market. Anyway I went to Clearwater, and my legs are still killing me; so I am taking OTC pain meds, like they are going out of style.

    PS: I ended my trip up at a city park, which is right across the water from Clearwater Beach: which was ranked #1 last year by Trip Advisor. I can't believe my life sometimes, and my outlandish good fortune. I can go to the nations best beach whenever I want to.
    Awesome! Getting on that bike several times a week can really help to keep your body mobile. I find it reduces my stress as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RubberDuck View Post
    Not so much a prep as tools to help along with lots of prep projects.
    Got my Birthday presents early seems how it falls during the week and everyone is working.

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    Let me know how they work out, I need some new tools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mills View Post
    I pedaled for 40 miles on my bicycle on Sunday.....city park, which is right across the water from Clearwater Beach: which was ranked #1 last year by Trip Advisor. I can't believe my life sometimes, and my outlandish good fortune. I can go to the nations best beach whenever I want to.
    Good thing you are on a bike....
    I LOVE Clearwater Beach... but... After vacationing there and staying on the island.. I can do WITHOUT the traffic.
    A bike would be OUTSTANDING.
    Good job on the continued biking. It is too cold here in Michigan for me to bike in the winter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StratMaster View Post
    Awesome! Getting on that bike several times a week can really help to keep your body mobile. I find it reduces my stress as well.
    Here it is Tuesday, and my legs are still killing me, from Sunday. I had to start taking a pain pill cocktail, that I call Red,White & Blue. .
    [That's catchy and I can remember doing it, since I tend to forget a lot of stuff.] It is 2 each of Tylenol, Motrin & Aleve, the store brand of course, since I am too cheap to get the real McCoy.
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    Good thing you are on a bike....
    I LOVE Clearwater Beach... but... After vacationing there and staying on the island.. I can do WITHOUT the traffic.
    A bike would be OUTSTANDING.
    Good job on the continued biking. It is too cold here in Michigan for me to bike in the winter.
    If you look in the Dictionary under Cold Weather Wuss ... my picture is probably there.
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    It ain't that much better on a bike, than it is in a car; but they do have a lane for 2 wheeler's, along the side of the road. I have nearly been hit a few times here in this county; and it does not matter which part of the county that I go to. Clearwater and Tampa & St Pete, are dangerous places, for bike riding; but I gotta do something, to exercise and blow off steam & energy.

    PS: I had a bike with me when I was in Alaska, but I did not use it very much, so I understand your Michigan weather. The freezing cold takes the fun right out of a lot of things.
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    Scored this lot of tools tonight for $150
    Few good heavy duty chains in the bucket and 2 craftsman tool bags huge assortment some good brand name stuff and quality vintage stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RubberDuck View Post
    Scored this lot of tools tonight for $150
    Few good heavy duty chains in the bucket and 2 craftsman tool bags huge assortment some good brand name stuff and quality vintage stuff.

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    My neighbors Dad past a few years ago and he came over to ask me if I wanted to look at some tools
    Most of this stuff was in boxes didn't even get to look and he said $100 I told him that was to low and gave him $150 and if I sell off something I don't want or need that I would give him the money cause I didn't want to profit from it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RubberDuck View Post
    My neighbors Dad past a few years ago and he came over to ask me if I wanted to look at some tools
    Most of this stuff was in boxes didn't even get to look and he said $100 I told him that was to low and gave him $150 and if I sell off something I don't want or need that I would give him the money cause I didn't want to profit from it.

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