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Old 08-06-2018, 08:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default A few from last night.

All cast in pr. was 114 in shop, so they set up in about 4 minutes
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All cast in pr. was 114 in shop, so they set up in about 4 minutes
Pouring PR in 114 is a crazy proposition, better you than me...!

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Looks good. I like the color combinations.
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Looks good. I like the color combinations.

The red, blue, green, and black are for a get together of friends later this year. The other was just a few colors I threw together
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Nice colors. Used to live in central KY and remember cutting tobacco when it was in the 90s.
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Nice work Ernie. Great colors.
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Nice colors. Used to live in central KY and remember cutting tobacco when it was in the 90s.

I grew up on 88 acres. Tobacco mid summer is a bear! Especially when you're not getting paid :) But bailing hay was the worst!!
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I spent a couple summers wearing long sleeves on the rack myself. Being up in the barn stacking was no treat either. So glad I don’t have to work that hard for a paycheck anymore. Lol

Blanks look great! I don’t think I’ve ever poured in heat that high but it sure would be nice to get PR to set that quick. Keep up the good work! And stay cool!!!
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I spent a couple summers wearing long sleeves on the rack myself. Being up in the barn stacking was no treat either. So glad I donít have to work that hard for a paycheck anymore. Lol

Blanks look great! I donít think Iíve ever poured in heat that high but it sure would be nice to get PR to set that quick. Keep up the good work! And stay cool!!!

Thanks John! I don't miss the work, but I sure miss the privacy! As a kid it was miserable. Nearest neighbor was 7 or 8 miles. Our drive way was 2 miles long. I walked that thing everyday when i was in school. Somewhere around 12 or 13 my dad gave me a toyota corolla. I'd drive to the end of the driveway and wait on the bus. Imagine that today!! People would Freak.
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