1500 MIles From the Fort.
- Jan 27, 2013
They are stainless, when the guys aren’t busy and the rigs are not in use they get polished. They have open house, conventions, wedding, and pancake breakfast,
Getting a ride in will do a lot. I have a stationary at home and gym at work. But I love the wind in my face and I do ride when I get home in the warmer months. I think I might try to load it up for a ride at work. I work right next to the WO&D trail, and right now I have no interest in taking a walk down it in the rain, but a ride towards Tysons and back might be nice.DW is on board, she doesn't want to get rid of me...at least not until after the Dismeet. Kidding. So we will make some dietary adjustments, got a mountain bike coming that I will take to work and ride on my lunch time (weather pending.)
I know tigger was up there picking on me but salads, have never been my thing. I will make it work.
Always something with the trailers, hope to get a chance to see it later this year.
I kind of disagree, Teamubr. When I sold our 1991 GMC Suburban (last year of the big models) in 2008 she had over 212,000 miles on her. Bought her new in 1991 for our military move to AK. She NEVER let us down, NEVER got stranded. Took her to Guam for another military move, then lived in Colorado and went over many, many high altitude 4x4 mountain passes. I remember both boys standing on the running boards as we topped Tin Cup pass. Sure miss having her in the stable. Our 2018 GMC Dually is a terrific pickup with the diesel power train. Plan to keep this one for just as long, making memories every day!Fond memories.
I'll bet by July, you will be saying "what Suburban"...
Yes when ours went in to kidney failure because of the lyme disease, she had less urine output. And when it got really bad like really close to the end her breath smelled.Likely its the increased fluid intake Kris. Typically, with humans anyway, kidney failure usually equals less urine output. I would assume the same in dogs.
Keep us up to date.
I'll have to do some digging...Ok, for those of us in the northern part of the country who are battling snow and cold (and those in the south battling rain) and about to lose our minds, perhaps we could try something to take our minds off of it. I was going through some stuff from my folks house and found this.
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