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  • Why do I feel that with Lincoln, we have just discovered our very own "in house" Box Art designer for future super 8mm releases ?

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    • Here are a couple Sticker ideas I had a couple months ago for some fun! E.T and Goonies are always worth drawing! Even Drew an E.T Christmas card this year for friends/family.Click image for larger version

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      • Been creating boxes for years...Shorty

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        • Because Barbecue HAS no season!
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          (I had to shovel a little first!)

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          • I like mine medium-rare please Steve 😉😋

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            • You would have liked these, Ali. Before I go out to the grille my wife and I usually have a pre-steak meeting. I thought three minutes per side twice, but she didn't think they were that thick, so we compromised to 2:30 per side twice.

              -these were still a little pink in the middle. (Still good!)

              Note: the floodlights on the patio were recently changed to LEDs. In real life the steaks were much nicer in color!

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              • A nice grilled steak is the perfect reward after shoveling snow!

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                • "New Yorkers" must be a tough breed

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                  • There's actually a method to this madness: we'd have steaks anyway without using the barbecue, but if my wife cooked them in the kitchen the house would fill up with steak-fog! Let's keep the air we have as clean as possible until it's sane to open the windows! (From the looks of things, It may need to last us a while...)

                    NOW...Where did our trailer go? (No camping this week for sure!)
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                    (-it snowed again today...sighhhhhhhhh!)

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                    • A Bad Year to be a Snow Blower!


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                      So, the snowstorm before last, I was churning through some particularly thick stuff when my trusty machine just kind of died on me! I tried to re-start it but it just sputtered!

                      I tried rationalizing with it "It's just flooded: I'll let it sit overnight and it'll start tomorrow!" Well...No! -the next day it was still dead!

                      As much as I didn't want to, I found a local place that specializes in small engine repair and trucked it over there. What a sight I saw! Every square foot both inside and out had somebody's dead snow blower on it! It looked like a battlefield the next day! I started out hoping I could have it back the next day, but based on what I was seeing I didn't even ask. The people working there looked really tired!

                      We had it back 6 days later and got snow again the next day. It is good as new!

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                      • While things were down we were out and about last week, here are some photos after a 300km day drive to Arthur' Pass and a we walk up to the Devil's Punchbowl.

                        The summer weather was perfect, as with the roads, with plenty of stops it was a great day out.

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                        • Nice, Graham!

                          -it all has a certain "Ride of the 480" feel to it!

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                            • Thanks Steve

                              Must be time for another screening of "Ride of the 480"


                              Here are a couple more taken last week, one showing the turntable which does not look like its been used for a while, note the old boilers nearby.


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                              • Click image for larger version

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ID:	28762 Started a new side hobby yesterday: Leather-working. First attempt at making a wallet. Click image for larger version

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