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Post: # 186004Unread post Blue Frost »

They can dry out over time so I hope you can use them.
Man that's a lot of stuff. :facepalm:

I bet you could sell some if you tried, or share it with friends, and family.
I have actually done that myself with stuff I like, I end up giving a lot of it away to family members, and friends.


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Post: # 186081Unread post Blue Frost »

Really nice as always Rf, you got some good detail in them.
I can tell the birds are pretty hot in some, it's been miserable here for them, and everything else.
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Went for a drive. Today was probably the hottest day of this Summer so far.
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A drive killing vampires, and werewolves ?
Been real hot here, and humid, the air stays filthy.
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If you ever go to Walmart try a can of this mango juice. Its the best.

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I love Mango, but never saw that brand here. I used to drink the Mango, and Passion fruit, it was very good.
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Managed to find easily accessible deadfall out in the woods today! It's harder to find than people may think, even living near the mountains! Legally you can't cut down most live trees here, unless on private land... The piece sitting on my hydraulic splitter probably weighs close to 100 pounds, and this is why when you find some deadfall along the logging roads, you grab it! No way you could carry this through rugged terrain... My Husky 455 Rancher got a workout also cutting this (as did my body too), as it's about at the limit that this chainsaw is really meant to handle.





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What will you do with them Steve? Chop them for fire wood?
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That thing on the ground is a hydraulic splitter, so no chopping necessary! The machine does that work! Split 'em, stack 'em, and once they're dry enough will be burned in my wood stove to heat house!
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Next month is the last month for cerb. You are well off but for many self employed that never paid into EI will be fucked if they dont have jobs.
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Reverse Flash wrote: July 28th, 2020, 2:59 am Next month is the last month for cerb. You are well off but for many self employed that never paid into EI will be fucked if they dont have jobs.
I'm not that well off, but I can carry myself through rough stretches... I know many cannot though. I know CERB cannot be issued forever, and discontinuing CERB will probably fuck up a lot of people in industries that are still on lockdown or semi-lockdown due to virus.

I don't know what will happen... I wouldn't be surprised if CERB gets extended again, to be honest. As long as industries are forced to operate at limited capacity, hard times will come for some.
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Where I live now is small town... Many stores reduced their operating hours (why they would, I don't know)... 1/4 of the original staff at a local store are no longer there because of this. Casino closed. Airport closed.

There isn't much option for people here to jump around from job to job in a place like this. There is low turnover here, generally speaking. I don't know what the people that used to work in these places are doing now... It's a small place, so you'll see the same people around quite often. I'm guessing some are laying low on CERB, hoping things get back to normal.

And their jobs aren't even really tourist related! The tourism industry here is virtually kaput also...
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People will have to open back up, and there is no reason not to do so.
This virus isn't as deadly as the common cold because it's been around in the form of corona, and Sars isn't it.
People in danger is the people already compromised, so let them make up there minds to quarantine, or now.
The only way to survive life's bugs is build immunity to things, not hide till an election is over.

Anyway with so many Democrats protesting, and doing their violent things they do whats it helping here.
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I still remember SARS, and not one thing was affected... Everything was business as usual for pretty much everyone. Yet this time the powers that be decided to crash the global economy... Almost like it's some kind of social conditioning experiment.

Yet it's OK to 'protest' by destroying cities in the name of some thug Nig that couldn't follow police instruction...
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Mel Gibson wrote: July 28th, 2020, 2:17 am Managed to find easily accessible deadfall out in the woods today! It's harder to find than people may think, even living near the mountains! Legally you can't cut down most live trees here, unless on private land... The piece sitting on my hydraulic splitter probably weighs close to 100 pounds, and this is why when you find some deadfall along the logging roads, you grab it! No way you could carry this through rugged terrain... My Husky 455 Rancher got a workout also cutting this (as did my body too), as it's about at the limit that this chainsaw is really meant to handle.





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Man, this picture brings back memories. My old man would take us out in the truck, and we would find deadfalls 10-15 minutes outside town just off the side of the road. I loved chopping the wood. The feeling of acomplishment you had when you had several cords stacked neatly for drying in the months leading up to fall. I wish I had a house where I could have given my own kids the feeling of hard physical labour culminating in a sense of pride in a job well done. Maybe that's why the current generation is having such a hard time with life, they've never had to face hard work head on and roll up the sleeves in anticipation. They don't know the joy of hard work because they are just too afraid to try it. And in today's world they keep trying to make life easier and easier.
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Post: # 186588Unread post Blue Frost »

I had the job of cutting wood for someone for a while as a teen, the jackass was cutting down fresh trees, and working me to death.
I'm glad he's dead dammit.
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Reverse Flash wrote: June 29th, 2020, 1:42 am Have been stressful and feel little depressed. Life's been pointless. Went to the lake to relax. Brought Bulbasaur with me.
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So I hear that Trout lake is now shut down because of E-coli. Also, probably because of Covid and too many people going there and not distancing or anything.
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beanthere wrote: August 11th, 2020, 10:55 pm So I hear that Trout lake is now shut down because of E-coli. Also, probably because of Covid and too many people going there and not distancing or anything.
Just no swimming in the lake. The park is open. The water hear is pretty dirty. False creek, Sunset Beach, and English bay are full of bacteria too. If you ever take your family to swim have to head east or north for cleaner water.
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What a shame, it looks like they could find a good natural way to clean it up, plant some cattails would help with some of the pollution.
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