My New Life in America

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My New Life in America

Post by SteveHGraham » Wed Oct 11, 2017 7:46 pm

I am really enjoying my move to the United States. Miami was like a disease that wouldn't heal. Today I got to move more hurricane debris.

I bought a tool called a timberjack. It's wonderful. It grabs heavy logs and rotates them onto little aluminum feet so you can cut them. I've pretty much wiped out the 2-foot-thick live oak that fell on my chicken house.

I used the tractor to dump a whole lot of stuff on the burn pile, and later this week, I'm going to light it up with the plumber's torch.

Afterward, I got to sit in a cool workshop with cold beverages. No one was yammering at me in Spanish. No one was trying to dump trash in my yard. It was under 75 degrees. Phenomenal.

When I get my machine tools installed, this place will be too cool to stand.

I really like America. I wish I had moved here much sooner.
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Re: My New Life in America

Post by BadDog » Wed Oct 11, 2017 8:08 pm


My daughter keeps sending me links to big plots and huge shops up near her (and my grandkids) in Colorado Springs. Not too keen on the winter weather, but sure is a beautiful place. But for can't leave my mother and my son's family here in the Mexico annex, so I won't be moving any time soon.
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Re: My New Life in America

Post by mcostello » Wed Oct 11, 2017 9:16 pm

Welcome aboard, admittance fee here is making chips and telling Us about it.

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