What did you do today?

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  1. Oct 8, 2013 #81

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    I'm thinking maybe there is a "sock" filter inside the tank.
    I have looked a lot an am surprised at how little info I can find............. lots of advertising crap and not a lot of real help and info.
    Do you belong to any Ferd Forums? Like flooring, no better info than from enthusiasts.
     
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  2. Oct 11, 2013 #82

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  3. Oct 11, 2013 #83

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    Good for you . You know they don't have panty raids anymore .:D

    I cleaned infections out of two confusers up to now . One more then i can take a nap.
     
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    Maybe we can play; What did we NOT do today?

    I did not work on my hands and knees.
    Did not pick up dog poop like I was suppos'd tah.
    Did not surf for porn> hmmmm
    Did not kill anyone>yet
    Did not do any drugs>hmmmmmm
    Did not clean out my truck.

    But I did almost everything else! :eek::D
     
  5. Oct 11, 2013 #85

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    You are talking panty raids and infections in the same post is not good!!

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    I did mention the infections were in the confusers. :D
     
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    I went to a huge RV show today. Dang near pulled the trigger on a Monaco Diplomat 40'er, with two bathrooms. Real sweet but damn, real expensive.
     
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    First day this week I haven't been busy. Sunday and Monday I worked all day. Tuesday, I was in class all day. Wednesday I worked. Yesterday, I had classes from 8 am to 9 pm, and then made a 5 hour round trip to KCI airport to pick up my daughter's boyfriend. Got in bed at 3 am. I getting too old for this crap.
     
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    Your Daughters boyfriend don't have a thumb ?:D
     
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    I just recently picked up a Polaris sportsman 500 quad. This morning I took it for a ride up the hill behind the house about a mile. It was nice and relaxing until I got to some snow at about 4500 ft. and stopped for a look around. When I got off and started walking around, I noticed I was completely surrounded by mountain lion tracks. It was a quick look at the beautiful view and I was out'a there. Bears don't bother me, lions do.

    Couple weeks ago we had two little bears standing on their hind feet with their front paws up on our living room window looking in at us at night. That'll get your attention.:D
     
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    It was 17 degrees, windy and snowing and he didn't have a coat with him. It was in the 70s where he had been. But he could have walked fast to stay warm. :D
     
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    Dress in camo, go back up there with your camera and bring some meat for bait. I have seen tracks in the snow, but never the cat who made em.......... 'cmon, it didn't happen without pics. :D
     
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    I saw a mountain lion in person once, that was enough for me. We were living about 20 miles east of Kansas City. I had heard stories that one was there but did not really believe it.
     
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    Only seen one in person at a game park. I have seen two scorpions here on (near) the coast. I had heard rumors, but I do know personally that we got 'em. I don't think the population of them is very high. I saw one, under a rock down close to the river 10 miles east of me, and another 50 miles south and a dozen miles inland, this time, 50 feet above the river under a moss covered rock next to the road.
     
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    I'm told we have them in Michigan also. There was supposedly one following the Flint River in the area. Had a bear go through the county also. Also had a wolverine. He didn't make it and is stuffed and on display.

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    In Independence Mo. I worked on the Mormon temple. Many of them came from Michigan. They mentioned seeing mountain lions there. The Missouri Conservation Dept. said we were mistaken about seeing one east of KC, then a car hit and killed it a couple miles away.
     
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    We have about 30 mountain lions in the mountain range thats 1/2 mile due north. Game and fish just released 30 bighorn sheep to re-populate the range where they used to be. The lions love eating bighorn sheep and ate three already. So Game and fish is killing them, killed three lions so far. Sounds stupid.

    Have plenty of scorpions down here if you need some.
     
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    So they just offered the cats 30 large meals. If the cats were controlled, fish and game wouldn't need to spend money to repopulate the sheep. Sounds like fish and game employees are doing this for job security.

    I the cat population is allowed to grow, the sheep will all be gone. Fish and game should butt out of the killing and allow a certain number of tags for hunters to do that same work for free. The stupid part is tax payers paying fish and game contractors for predator control. Hunting is a great way to keep things in balance so the cats don't eat all the big horns. If fish and game can count the critters and they see a huge trend and imbalance, they can set numbers for special hunt permits.
    End result...... happy big horns, happy hunters.
     
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