Sunday, November 10, 2013

Preventing Winter Disasters



This weekend was a working weekend out on the property.  I drove the lawn tractor cutting all the grass, while Bulldog Man and Tank started cutting down dead trees, and those messing with power lines. 
 
 

Tank’s old ‘70 Chevy has come in handy for loading and hauling off old trees and debris.  I love the sound of the roaring engine behind the hood of that old C10. 
 
 

As we were all out working, Beans decided it was sleep time. Here’s a picture of Beans sleeping in his fuzzy bed with his teddy bear (chew toy).

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Have you checked the price of gas lately?  It’s running a little lower than usual here.  This is the price at the closest gas pump.
 
 

I don’t know about you, I prefer to run with 100 percent gas in my vehicles, not that ethanol stuff that causes problems with my truck.

11 comments:

  1. I agree Only 100% Ethanol Free for my engines especially the small ones.

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  2. The lower gas prices are a sign of the slowing economy. It looks good on the sign, but its not really a good sign....

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    1. Matt,

      You are so correct my friend, and it's only going to get worse.

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  3. Can't find pure gasoline here..and, it's $3.17 a gallon.

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    1. Stephen,
      When we travel to Texas to visit family we can't find pure gas either.

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  4. Just wish diesel wasn't almost a BUCK more than regular. Insane.

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    1. Carolyn,

      You and me both. We have a diesel vehicle and it's pricey to fill this baby up.

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  5. It's $2.99 reg. unleaded in my area. I was thrilled! By the way.... I received the seeds you sent 2 days ago, but haven't felt well. I almost forgot to let you know. Thanks so very much Sandy!!

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    1. Gammy Tammy,
      Not bad with price on gas. Oh cool, I'm glad you received the seeds. I hope you feel better soon.

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  6. We trimmed limbs this weekend too but I didn't take any pics. Wow, 2.79 a gallon!

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