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Old 10-17-2020, 05:12 PM   #11
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I’m glad I also do heat and air conditioning. As I start getting burned out on a/c it’s time to start gearing up for heating season. It definitely breaks up the monotony
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Old 10-17-2020, 05:26 PM   #12
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It's 2:30 in the afternoon and my thermometer which gets no sun is reading 87.
I would actually welcome some cool weather right now.
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Old 10-17-2020, 05:32 PM   #13
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Three inches of snow today
I actually like fall and winter, crisp, quiet, all the tourists are gone (mostly).


Bought a new ten point cross bow, thats fun
Picked up a Kubota bx26 tractor with multiple attachments, been having fun at the hunting grounds.


Ice fishing is right around the corner.


I dont do new work anymore so the elements dont matter to me.

there is a huge difference between working in the cold and playing in the cold....im sure you can guess what they are and which you want to do....
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Its your body adjusting to the light... Get some vitamin d it helps you stay energized...

But I'm like others my favorite hobby (fishing) never ends really.. There's always something to fish for..

I don't mind the cold but I do notice when the light cycle starts changing I get tired sooner...

I hate when I gotta turn the boiler on though cotton mouth like crazy wake up multiple times to drink water
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I finally found the motivation to clean out a kohler service kit and hook up the wiring to an air horn on the camo van
Now I am hoping someone will try to cut me off


Just like my winch, it will be one more thing I wish the work van had, maybe I will put an air horn on the work van





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Its your body adjusting to the light... Get some vitamin d it helps you stay energized...

But I'm like others my favorite hobby (fishing) never ends really.. There's always something to fish for..

I don't mind the cold but I do notice when the light cycle starts changing I get tired sooner...

I hate when I gotta turn the boiler on though cotton mouth like crazy wake up multiple times to drink water
sure thats from the furnace being turned on....
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I finally found the motivation to clean out a kohler service kit and hook up the wiring to an air horn on the camo van
Now I am hoping someone will try to cut me off


Just like my winch, it will be one more thing I wish the work van had, maybe I will put an air horn on the work van





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you got plenty of hot air behind the steering wheel...
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I hate when I gotta turn the boiler on though cotton mouth like crazy wake up multiple times to drink water
Time for a humidifier, I installed one on my furnace or you can get a portable one.
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Yep a humidifier on the furnace is the way to go. Super simple to install i just did my house my mother inlaws house and a friends house 2 years ago and had never done it before. I kept it simple with manual versions since our furnace is old and I didn't want to mess with the extra wiring. It feels so much better in the house in the winter now.

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Time for a humidifier, I installed one on my furnace or you can get a portable one.

Yea I gotta get one but it will have to be portable can't install humidifier on boiler.. And yes it is harvest season so that adds to the cotton mouth factor... But I don't drink enough water during a day anyways
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