Good morning, 23/33 with part time sun.
RB3 and eye discovered 2 monster blow down trees yesterday, they is big 'uns, had to re-group and fetch the splitter to get 'em small enough to load on the trucks.
Of course eye finished splitting and stacking it when eye got home, except 2 small rows eye left in the truck for weight.
It's guessed snow starts tonight with 3-5 inches tomolly and continues thru sunday.
G'Mornin hawgrz,, 16f headed to a breezy 25f brrrr! all that white joy comin across da ohcryoh valley iz spozed to stay south of the Hudson valley ,,have only plowed onced [before Tanksgivers day] don't miss the work but do miss the bucks
good to hear Nixon! Current conditions at Crescent City, Jack McNamara Field Airport (KCEC) Lat: 41.78028°NLon: 124.23667°W Elev: 56ft.
8°C Humidity81% Wind SpeedE 8 MPH Barometer29.86 in Dewpoint41°F (5°C) Visibility10.00 mi Wind Chill42°F (6°C) Today
Scattered showers after 4pm. Patchy fog before 10am. Otherwise, increasing clouds, with a high near 62. Southeast wind 3 to 5 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30%.
Moring men and reprobates. bout 32 out some clouds.
Started to clean my shop, some stuffs going elsewhere.
Got lots more to do. Mostly dirty from grinding and welding my splitter a few years ago,,its time.
But lots of old chit that been static fer too long.
Listed an old axe on ebay ,, what a farking fiasco,,,
Hopefully in the next few months I'll be in the market for a lift for my barn. Due to county height restrictions I could only go with 10' walls. Not ideal but still do-able.
Other than obvious reasons to buy a certified lift, have any of you guys used/own a non certified floor plate lift and felt comfortable doing so?
Tallest/heaviest vehicle I have is a 2004 1 ton Ford diesel. I could get it about 2.5 feet off the ground and that's better than the 10 inch blocks it's sitting on now since I've pulled the transmission out this weekend.
I was looking at Atlas 9000lb lifts from Greg Smith. They have a certified lift for $27-- and a non certified for $16--.