Thanks everyone, just another day and a year older being a whopping 43 this time, hard to believe how fast the years past by.
The good part is went to the Doc last week and he said my blood work, pressure, heart and lungs and everything else is better than it has been for a long time. (I just knew quiting smoking would do the trick, lol) He even accused me of sending someone else in posing as me to have their blood drawn,
Yeah I know I may not be posting all that often here, but I still try to get on and read the happenings here. I still have both Cubs and way to many other projects. Stop to think of it.....that is the main problem, I have way to many hobbies and not enough time or money for em all at the same time, but I try, LOL!
I still have my little 55 Lo-boy stuck way back in the far corner of my garage with radiator and gas tank drained. The F-Cub (Puckett's Rust Bucket) still has the Woods mounted under him, never mounted the front blade this year, so he sat idle for 5 months, so a couple weeks ago I decided that I should start him up and let it run for a while to charge the battery. I turned on the gas, pulled out the choke rod and much to my surprise he came to life with just a few spins of the starter. I was even more surprised that the battery wasn't dead or at least low since I never think to charge from to time to maintain the charge level.
Yup Rudi, still working on the Le'Sharo forum, it does really good best the best part of all it runs itself with very little effort. The Le'Sharo has had several thousand successful miles since converting it over to the 3800 GM power plant.
Again guys, thanks for the birthday wishes. Man am I getting old or what....... If I don't stop having these silly birthdays, I will soon catch up with Mr. Puckett