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dirtracer4ParticipantJuly 15, 2013 at 1:31 pmPost count: 53
Can’t remember where I saw it, but I thought it said they were going to shoot for July 30? It also said that they will keep it a secret – they will just open the doors one day. I guess they don’t want to overwhelm the new employees with a grand opening extravaganza. I could be wrong, just what I remember seeing.dirtracer4ParticipantMay 20, 2013 at 11:47 pmPost count: 53dirtracer4ParticipantMay 20, 2013 at 11:45 pmPost count: 53
1st thing is to keep your mouth shut.
If he is found out at the border, he may be able to pay a one time fee just for this trip. My wife had to do that 12-13 years ago. Her DUI was 5-6 years before that. We had to pay $250 & they wanted to know where you were going & when you would be returning to the day. When we got home, she had to fill out forms & send another $250 or so to the Canadian consulate in Chicago for a lifetime waiver. We’ve both been going to Canada for years & never knew about that. Her mom has a cabin in northern Manitoba so we had to do something so she could continue to go. I have no idea what the rules are now, just going off of my experience. Just seems a little over the top to me, but then again we are visitors…
Having said that, there still could be chance that they will just flat out turn him away at the border – like I said, don’t offer too much info & keep fingers crossed.dirtracer4ParticipantFebruary 26, 2013 at 3:29 amPost count: 53dirtracer4ParticipantFebruary 20, 2013 at 3:40 pmPost count: 53dirtracer4ParticipantJanuary 3, 2013 at 3:14 pmPost count: 53
I have a few feeders scattered around my front yard. I have probably 10 or so mature Pines so I have an abundance of Cardinals. There’s always a mess of little birds around the feeders all the time. Pretty sure they’re Juncos, but I’m not too good on identifying birds yet.
I’ve only seen a squirrel around just a few times & pretty sure it’s the same one all the time, (he doesn’t wear a name tag, and they all look alike to me 😀 ), so I made a ear corn feeder for him. The trouble is is that I’ve never seen him eating the corn. The Blue Jays (& Cardinals) come in & completely pick the ear clean in no time. I put a new ear in one morning a couple days ago, and by early afternoon, the Jays had it down to the cob. They also harass all the other birds around the other feeders & make a mess all over the ground.
Can’t wait until spring – had at least a dozen or so Hummingbirds hang around last year. Those guys are fun to watch.dirtracer4ParticipantOctober 10, 2012 at 3:01 pmPost count: 53dirtracer4ParticipantSeptember 25, 2012 at 11:43 pmPost count: 53dirtracer4ParticipantAugust 24, 2012 at 2:37 pmPost count: 53dirtracer4ParticipantJune 11, 2012 at 10:48 pmPost count: 53dirtracer4ParticipantFebruary 25, 2012 at 4:10 amPost count: 53
Quote by: hacksaw
I won’t have the caps as I’m sure they are busy setting up at the Classic. I tried to take the freeway back to the Fairgrounds about 6:30 tonight and the traffic was backed in both directions from the crowd for the Classic. But if they are giving them out at the Deer Classic I’d bet they would honor the deal if you sign up at the Swap Meet.
Looks like it will be a Great weekend.
Sidenote- Going out Army Post Road to Carlisle late yesterday afternoon. Four Bucks and three does wanting to cross. Full racks on the bucks. How late will shed be this year ?
Probably not the Deer Classic. Have a feeling it might’ve been the George Strait/Martina McBride concert tonight at WF Arena.dirtracer4ParticipantFebruary 1, 2012 at 4:41 amPost count: 53dirtracer4ParticipantFebruary 1, 2012 at 4:40 amPost count: 53
I can’t speak for any of the others you’re talking about, but I do have the Bodyguard 380 and like it. Feels good in my hand, and was pretty accurate right out of the box. Just got a IWB holster from a guy from Omaha who does it on the side – he does good work and is pretty reasonable. The trigger pull is a little much on this gun, but that is to be expected on a gun this size.dirtracer4ParticipantJanuary 27, 2012 at 3:56 amPost count: 53
I just had the same problem on my ’03 Silverado 2500HD. On my truck, the idler pulley is metal and at the top of the belt routing. The tensioner pulley is the one that keeps tension on your belt, and is located halfway down on the passenger side. It is plastic. Take the belt off loosening the tensioner pulley, and then spin both pulleys – you will probably feel or hear a bad bearing in either one of them. I could’ve sworn mine was the idler pulley, but it was actually the tensioner pulley. Got one at O’Reilly’s and also got a new belt (if it hasn’t been replaced in a while, you might as well do that for peace of mind). Put the belt on using the diagram on the radiator shroud. Everything cost just under $50.
Don’t know how much different the TB is compared to the Silverado, but they can’t be too much different.
Headlights are a different story – helped a friend with a TB change her headlight, what a cluster… 👿dirtracer4ParticipantDecember 6, 2011 at 3:23 pmPost count: 53
Quote by: Maverick
I can’t help with the credit stuff but I can help you with all the calls. Send them notorized letter of no contact via certified mail. I just Googled it and there are all sorts of examples you can use. Once that has reached them (you will know because of the certified mail) it becomes illegal for them to contact you and you can sue them if they do. Start recording the phone calls too. Tell them you are recording and they start to get real nervous. Iowa is a one party consent state for recording conversions so don’t let them try to tell you that you can’t record without their consent. The no contact letter should do it, because if they violate it you have a very easily won lawsuit to help you pay off that land!
Profanity works well also. They would literally call me 2-3 times a week or more. I would keep telling them that I was not interested. Finally, they called me at the wrong time & I let them have it. 👿 They haven’t called back since. ‘Course, now I probably just jinxed myself… 🙄