Global Warming?? Global Cooling?? Take your pick!:confused3:
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Global Warming?? Global Cooling?? Take your pick!:confused3:
I went outside around 2PM to blow a path between the house and garage and around the house to provide
a path for Max, our Bichon Frise, to do his duties without getting in over his head. 12-13...
:welcome: to TBN, and a very merry christmas to you
and yours! :drink:
Merry ChristmaS to you, Metsaman! I enjoy all your videos.
:welcome: to the forum, fishunt! Plenty of information to be shared here.
This year, the ticks are worse than usual here in southern NH. My wife and dog manage to
acquire at least two or more ticks during every daily walk, and if I go into the woods even
for a short...
That's an interesting point! When I ride in my wife's RAV4 as a passenger, I experience the same thing, but no
problem when driving it over extended distances.:confused:
Here's a link to another video showing the construction of the
aforementioned home made excavator.
Homemade excavator - Fodere - YouTube
Welcome to the forum, Dan, from another granite stater!!:welcome:
There's nothing to forgive, Dan! We were all rookies at one time or another.
All questions, rookie or otherwise, are welcomed!
It sure does!! Happy Anniversary, Gary!! My wife and I will celebrate our 35th in October!
Checked my game cam mounted on the south deck this morning. More surprises! I hadn't
checked it in...
We've chased them off the deck attached to the house more than once. If they're
hungry enough, they'll go where ever food might be.
Good morning! Not usually up at this early hour, but nature called! 63 deg now with forecast for sunny with
temperature in the mid 70's today. We had 1.3 inches of rain overnight, which should put...
Thanks, Gordon! There's a Pike Industries plant just up the road in Hooksett, NH. I'll check
them out. There's also a Brox Industries facility nearby also.
Looks great and that burl should attract plenty of comments.
What material is that on your driveway? I need to build up the surface of my gravel driveway
and that looks like it would be...
Eddie, we have them up here in New Hampshire too! They've laid eggs out in the yard, and when they hatch in early fall,
the little ones are just as nasty (disposition wise) as the mother.
That's another good reason why I live in New Hampshire! No mesquite trees here to harbor
such scary wild life.:eek:
Daugen, you might want to be a little cautious when shopping for trees at your
local nursery or box store.:eek:
Copperhead Snake Bites Worker at Home Improvement Store - ABC News
Buppies - no...
Haven't heard a peep from the OP. I hope he responds. It's frustrating when there's no
response from an OP as to whether a problem has been resolved or not.
Yep - back to 2 clicks here too.:confused3:
I had upgraded to Firefox 46.0 and as of yesterday, it still needed two clicks to return
to previous page, but today, one click works fine now. It appears that the problem
has been resolved at TBN...
The back arrow to return to previous page.
It's happening here too! Just started today!:confused3:
I'm also running Firefox 45.0.2.
I have a similar one, the Truxedo Deuce on my Ford F150. I've had it nearly
a year and it's holding up quite well so far. It has the same soft rollup
material and edge sealing system.
Have you determined what the problem was?? Let us all know as the information
could be useful for others! Hopefully, the problem has been resolved.
You might also check the brakes. If you didn't set the parking brake lock before getting off,
the tractor would shut down. My CT335 will keep running with the PTO engaged when I
get off, as long...
That's the light that alerts you that the left and right brake are not locked together.
On the pair of brake pedals, you'll find a swivel lever that connects the two brake
You're close enough! Dieselcrawer is dead on - 436.35 sq. ft. Your 22' dimension is actual 21.8 feet.
That's for sure! So far, this is my first hydraulic leak. As I said earlier, I'll keep an eye on it and hope that it
doesn't get any worse (probably wishful thinking)!
There are some areas on the property where stumps were buried
32 years ago when the land was cleared to build my house. Driving
over one of these area can result in a sudden 'sinking' feeling when...
I always buckle up in the car or the pickup, before I start the engine!! With the tractor,
it depends on what I'm doing. When snowblowing with the rear mounted snowblower,
NO! Even on flat ground...
I talked with the service manager at my local Bobcat dealer,
and he assured me that the axle and brake housing would
have to be removed to replace the two o-rings.
I think I'll wait until the...
I'll probably call the Bobcat dealer tomorrow. They've been very helpful
with other issues so far. They should know whether a simple repair is
there or not.
Here are some photos to clarify where the leak is originating!
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I have a Bobcat CT335 HST with about 175 hours on it, and I noticed that
there is a small oil leak from the right rear brake cam shaft. The service
manual shows two o-rings sealing the shaft. Has...
Posting a picture of your quick attach on the FEL will make it easier to determine if it will fit ok!
Ritchie Brothers must have a slew of those Wildkat tree & post pullers. I noticed that there...
I hope that your train wasn't the one involved in this incident..2 Amtrak construction workers killed when train strikes backhoe - CNN.com
No new bear pictures so far. We haven't taken down the bird feeders so hope
there are no surprise visits when I don't have a camera ready.
40 deg F this morning and rain which is forecast to...
You might enlist the help of Noah to aid you in your search...:D
Good Morning! 42 Deg F at the moment and sun trying to break through the overcast.
We had 5-6 inches light fluffy snow overnight. Just finishing 2nd cup of coffee then
out to get a little seat...
When I view that photo, I was thinking the same thing. Looks like recent sightings in NH.
More Pulsating UFO Orbs Reported in NH | Patch
Weather wise, it looks like we may dodge a...
I totally agree, and that closeup of the racoon is outstanding!:cool2:
This is another feeder that we have that, so far, has been squirrel proof. It was sold by the Audubon Society, but I
don't know if it's still available. I didn't see it on their web site when I...
That's about the size of it. Squirrels are very persistent where food is concerned, and very intelligent. Give them enough
time, and they'll find a way.
Nah :eek: I'm too much of an animal...
we purchased a squirrel proof bird feeder a couple of years ago, and it
has been quite effective, until this little fellow last week showed up
Fun to watch though! ...
My wife has no desire to cozy up to any bears in the neighborhood!:eek:
The little critter is a weasel. They turn white during the winter. That one still has
a bit of brown fur left. The photos...
Just imagine what our yard is like with 20-40 wild turkeys in the yard. Even the cat tracks in turkey poo!
Actually, my wife had the most interaction with the little guy from the
first time he appeared here around March 2010. There was still snow
on the ground and he was feeding on bird seed dropped...
Thanks, Guys! The sad part is the risk of wild life getting to trust humans
and then meeting up with a non-trusting human who thinks nothing of using
them for target practice.
Good Morning (actually afternoon now) from Candia. It was around 15F this morning
and now a sunny 36F.
I'm checking out photo upload with >1Mb photos. I thought that interesting wildlife
Here's a few more in the back of the house on 5/17/2009
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and wild life cam photos from 8/27/2015
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Thanks, Buppies! That fellow visited us back in 2006, in about the same location
that the turkey/dog and turkey/cat photos were taken. Here's the full size photos:
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We have a flock of turkeys ranging from 20 to 40 pretty much year round. Our dog
thinks it's great sport chasing them off,
while our cat either ignores them or tries approaching them out...
If you're seriously considering adding a third bay for a tractor, check your height requirements. With the ROPs up, my
tractor height is close to 96" and just clears my carport that I built.
I received my drivers license at the age of 16 in 1958 through high school
drivers education, but didn't have my first car until 1961 after graduating
from Tech School and started my first full...
Thanks! I've been very satisfied with it, and the rig and antennas have been
very reliable. No problems with the antennas and just one broken guy wire where
it attached to the top of the tower. ...
I guess it's time to chime in here! I'm K1HJC and have been licensed since 1959, and
currently hold an extra class license. The station consists of an Icom IC746 PRO running
100 watts to a...
:welcome: from a neighbor to the north of you. Lots of great information
and people here. Enjoy!
Looks great! Let us know how well they work!
If blowing gravel is still a problem, try this. I do this on my 72" Pronovost Puma.
1. With the blower on a level surface, preferable concrete or...
I store my attachments on dollies made from 1" rough cut hemlock and casters
purchased at a local wholesaler. 3" casters are $4.50 each, very reasonable and
they have stood up well so far with...
:welcome:to TBN, Jim! Like Thomas said, great people/advice here.
The plugs are needed to disconnect the wire when removing the FEL. On my CT335, the diverter valve is located on the FEL frame.
When removing the FEL, I disconnect the hydraulic lines and the wires...
:welcome:to the forum Paul! Lots of interesting and useful information
to be had here.
As promised, here's a picture of my box blade with decal. Sorry for the composure -
storage is tight and snowblower is on tractor. I'll post additional pictures when the
box blade is back on the...
:welcome:Donnie! Glad to see another granite stater here on the forum.
Lots of great people and advice here also!
:welcome: from New Hampshire, Jon! Enjoy!
I received my decal for the box blade today. Thanks, EA. Will post picture when I
get an above freezing day to put the decal on. Great looking decal!
You might want to check the spare tire also. It may have a tire pressure sensor on it as well.
29.67 Mbps download, 6.12 Mbps upload - this is with Comcast.
Check it out - https://www.google.com/maps/place/China,+MEemail@example.com,-69.6008576,12z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x4cae03de4a496db3:0xd18585b346dc705f?hl=en
China Maine at the northern tip of China...
What's with the several postings listing sports streaming, showing
up in various thread categories? These are the ones I've seen in
A bridge for a train is called a trestle....
With the new theme, the number of posts that used to be listed when selecting "new posts" is
missing. I found that quite useful. Can you add that back to the new theme layout?
Thanks, CF for the information. I googled the area on Google maps with satellite view, and you're fortunate to live on the west
side of the Oquirrh range. The Kennecott copper mine really appears...
Ayup - email notifications have stopped here also!
Regarding toasters, we have an older Hamilton Beach 4-slice toaster that has
served us well so far. It has bagel, and defrost settings...
I've been following this thread since it's beginning, and have to chime in now!
What a fantastic job - great looking barn and spectacular scenery.
What is the name of the mountain in the...
Great Idea! A PM will be arriving shortly. Thanks, EA!
I think that you'll be happy with it :thumbsup:, and don't forget, we like pictures. Let us know how you make out!
:welcome:to TBN! I'm green with envy. Wish I had found such a great deal when I
was looking for my tractor. Jump on it. A great deal, and like others have said, parts
shouldn't be a problem.
Same here. No Email notices in quite a few days!
:welcome:from a fellow granite stater! Lots of great people
and information here!
:welcome:from the neighboring granite state!
I have a Frigidaire FAD704DWD Energy Star 70-pint Dehumidifier that I purchased from Kmart
three years ago and it has worked fine keeping the humidity under control in my 48' x 26'
full basement. ...
Great restoration and enjoyable presentation also!! :thumbsup::thumbsup:
:welcome: to TBN from another granite stater! You're off
to a good start!
:welcome: to TBN, Stavros! Glad to have you aboard! Lots of fine people
and information here!!
:welcome: to TBN from New Hampshire!
Nice looking restoration! Did you do the restoration yourself? If so,
any pictures before the restoration?
Drew; Did you ever capture any photos of your bear with the game cam?
Yesterday morning, I had an early morning visitor in our yard just 20 feet from the south deck.
:welcome: from the granite state!
:welcome: from another granite stater!!!
Has anyone heard from Buppies? Last post was July 21.
Any information on the manufacturer, model #, specs??? Inquiring minds would like
I'm surprised that nobody has mentioned the Stihl MS150 TC. It's a small light weight
saw that weighs only 5.7 lbs. Check it out at Object moved.
I purchased one for my wife to use for trimming...
I've had a Stihl 032AVQ saw for about 35 years and it has always leaked bar oil as far back
as I can remember. The leak seems to be around the screw adjustment on the botton that
turns the bar oil...
:welcome: to TBN from another ham in New Hampshire - K1HJC!!!
I clean my 42" Craftsman mower deck at the end of each mowing season, removing it from the tractor,
prying off the grass clumps with a putty knife, wire brushing to finish the cleaning, and coat...
Success!!!:thumbsup: Thanks for all the suggestions, and to MossRoad for his suggestion on the mirror
and removing the gold linkeage temporarily for better accesss! I had tried the mirror before...
No - that's actually the head of the shaft, with a threaded hole to accept a shaft extension.
The plastic spacer has to be relocated just behind the snap ring, and I don't have a spare,
Wow!!! I certainly wasn't expecting all the responses that I've received. Thanks, guys!
The snap ring is a 2-hole external snap ring. I'll give it another shot this afternoon. At the moment,...
I'm in the process of installing the control linkeages for engaging
and disengaging the mid pto, which involves moving the spacer
shown in photo #2 from it's present location to the end where the...