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Old 02-08-2019, 04:54 PM
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Good to hear, they should be able to figure out your last few issues rather quickly.
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Thanks.


The issues aren’t that big of deal but they will be fixed ASAP.
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Old 02-15-2019, 01:54 PM
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Originally Posted by zdave87 View Post
Prettty much perfect. Couple little minors things that have to be fixed.
1-no power to the radio
2 - DRL’s aren’t working and no high beam on the new passenger headlight
3- the trim piece between the hazard and top down switch was scratched up by a 3rd party, part has been ordered and will be in next 7-10 days.
That's good.
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Old 02-15-2019, 07:55 PM
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^ 2-15-2019. Before.



^2-15-2019. After. Who doesn't love a clean garage floor?



^2-15-2019. I'm on a roll! I should have a tooth yanked and my sister visit more often! I finally spent one hour cleaning the stupid fvcking stickers off the Home Depot bench / tool chest today.







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And then, I rode 8.5 measely miles but with 722 feet of gain on my 11R ElliptiGO. That gain put me at under 4,000 feet of gain to hit one million feet of gain. Woo hoo! If Loveland, CO was going to have decent weather I could knock that out quickly but it's not going to be over about 40 degrees for the next 10 days.

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Old 02-16-2019, 04:54 AM
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and speaking of Loveland Patty, did you help out on the Valentines ay post mark thing?
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Patty, take the extra key out of the box and put it somewhere else. I've seen too many keys broken off in the lock with the extra key locked inside the box!
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Originally Posted by boltonblue View Post
and speaking of Loveland Patty, did you help out on the Valentines day post mark thing?

^No, Jerry. I don't know anything about that although I've heard that it's done.

My thing is cats. When I volunteer on Wednesdays, two hours are spent visiting certain cats. This boy here was surrendered by his owner. He's super soft and fluffy, but shy. I was supposed to just visit with him, (as opposed to some who I take out for 30 minutes into a room) but ended up spending 50 minutes with him. He likes to stay inside his paper sack. Cats can be at the shelter for months before being adopted or be gone in a few days. No one will ever see him if he doesn't come out of the bag.


^2-13-2019. Owner surrendered, 5 year-old, Leo.
**EDIT** ^That cat's been adopted! He's no longer on the website.




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Patty, take the extra key out of the box and put it somewhere else. I've seen too many keys broken off in the lock with the extra key locked inside the box!
^Okay, David. I don't plan on ever locking it. The thing was a PITA to lock just to tip it over to get the wheels on it. Ha. I didn't even realize there was a key in the drawer until I just looked at the photo.

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Originally Posted by Lainey
I've heard of this before. I know a few folks who believe Cardinals are a "visit" from those who have passed. My sister in law had not heard of this until after her Mom and my Mom passed. I'll post a pic later of something she made for all her sisters in law for Christmas.
My sister in law made this. I'm not sure if I will find a spot for it on the wall. The sentiment is appreciated. She spent time making this and incurred expense having it framed. However the framing instructions were not followed and the threads on the back are visible and takes away from her work/effort
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