Getting ready

Thu Feb 12, 2004 2:07 pm

Got up to 51 degrees here in the Missouri hills today. first time it's been above 40 since middle December. One of my neighbors came down and helped me get part of my cub loaded for Cub-Bud and Rleggitt to finish for me. We worked about 2 hours, before I had to give up, but got about 3/4 of it loaded. I feel like I did when getting my kids ready to go to camp the first time. :cry: I have the greatest friends and neighbors in the country.


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Thu Feb 12, 2004 2:47 pm

John,

Looks like Cub-Bud is going to have lots of fun. Wish I was there to help.

Thu Feb 12, 2004 2:55 pm

That grille in the tub looks to be in good shape. Now watch somebody throw a heavy item on it. Good grilles are hard to come by unless you buy the repros. :)):

Thu Feb 12, 2004 3:01 pm

johnbron wrote:That grille in the tub looks to be in good shape. Now watch somebody throw a heavy item on it. Good grilles are hard to come by unless you buy the repros. :)):


If something happens to it, I'll only have myself to blame, since I'll be doing the rest of the loading.

Thu Feb 12, 2004 5:18 pm

Hey John

When you get done loading those boxes, snap the lids on them, if they'll fit, and we'll strap'em down so they won't blow off.

Looks to be loaded good and tight. Remember, I'll have the back of my truck to put stuff in, too. I just hope the weather cooperates for the 28th.

Thu Feb 12, 2004 7:21 pm

Hey John,

I am sure that you have labeled all of those parts and put "match lines"
on them so that we will know that tab "A" fits in slot "B". You know,
you could just come back with a rear-mounted CUB!!!! :( :(

Also, does Bud know what to do with the all the "EXTRA" parts?
:wink: :wink:

Thu Feb 12, 2004 7:25 pm

I see so many of those lids along the highway, that I am going to duck tape them on (Red Green is my hero).

I figured that if you have trouble figuring out where something goes, you can take Bud's cub apart to see. :lol: