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Re: STONETHROW V

Postby Kodiak » Fri Sep 17, 2010 11:02 pm

Rick,
I think we should be able to get it done. Some of us will be there Thursday evening so If you can make it early come on down. I'll put you on the board.

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Re: STONETHROW V

Postby Kodiak » Mon Sep 20, 2010 7:02 pm

Update:
As mentioned earlier, The Turning & Burning at Hewells pottery will not be held this year. But the pottery will be open as usual on Saturday.
Maysville will be having the 43rd annual festival and we will be in the parade. There is no "theme" this year like there has been in the past. There is a new resturant in Maysville, "The Railroad Cafe" and you guessed it it's next to the railroad :D Sarah's has closed but the "Fat Finch" is open and doing well.
We'll have our pot luck supper on Friday evening so bring whatever you like and I'll grill dome chicken and maybe some other stuff :wink: either way we'll have a good dinner. We'll even have a campfire if the temp. on Friday aren't back in the upper 90's :oops: shoot we'll have a fire anyway :{_}:

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Re: STONETHROW V

Postby Barnyard » Mon Sep 20, 2010 7:15 pm

Kodiak wrote:we will be in the parade. There is no "theme" this year like there has been in the past.

Once they saw that us Buckeyes make good clowns and cowboys they figured the didn't want to try us again. :lol:

Kodiak wrote:We'll even have a campfire if the temp. on Friday aren't back in the upper 90's shoot we'll have a fire anyway

I'll bring the saw.

billboyM wrote:... I've also got a fairly bad rear seal leak too.
I hope to be able to watch the experts on this one & take some mental notes since it's on my 'list' of things to do.

Bill, if there is room in the shop you may be able to do your's the same time as the rest. Then you can copy what you see. I'll give you a hand if needed.
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Re: STONETHROW V

Postby Corky's Cub » Mon Sep 20, 2010 7:27 pm

Hey guys,, does anybody have a small kiddie pool we can make a large e-tank out of?? We're going to have to boil Jason's hood to get 'er ready for painting, so may as well do it at StoneThrow!!

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Re: STONETHROW V

Postby brichter » Mon Sep 20, 2010 7:41 pm

Listen, I can hardly wait to get started on breaking the tractors apart and changing seals and stuff. I've been thinking about getting 3 or 4 sets of different colored coveralls so I can separate my crews and make sure they are on the right job. Of course with my advancing age and deteriorating health I won't be able to carry the brunt of the physical labor as I have been doing, so I am calling on some of the younger members, such as Barnyard, to pitch in and take up the slack. With your cooperation in this, we will have the best and most productive Stonethrow ever.
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Re: STONETHROW V

Postby Bob McCarty » Mon Sep 20, 2010 7:43 pm

Billy Ray, Don't forget that you've got some cookin' to do too. :D

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Re: STONETHROW V

Postby brichter » Mon Sep 20, 2010 7:48 pm

Actually, I believe I have been relieved of my cooking duties. I was just stretched too thin and had to have some relief.
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Re: STONETHROW V

Postby Kodiak » Mon Sep 20, 2010 8:00 pm

BR,
If 3 or 4 sets aren't enough we can always run over to the outlet malls and pick up some more. If you need more help supervising these crews (I know they will be a handful) I'll be happy to assist :{_}: Then again it may not be too bad since Corky is gonna be busy with his GIANT E-tank :mrgreen:
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Re: STONETHROW V

Postby Mr E » Mon Sep 20, 2010 8:06 pm

Ron,
Don't forget, I'm bringing a load of hip-boots to sell to the guys. They'll be required to navigate thru all the fertilizer.
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Re: STONETHROW V

Postby Barnyard » Mon Sep 20, 2010 8:21 pm

brichter wrote:...I've been thinking about getting 3 or 4 sets of different colored coveralls so I can separate my crews and make sure they are on the right job. Of course with my advancing age and deteriorating health I won't be able to carry the brunt of the physical labor as I have been doing, so I am calling on some of the younger members, such as Barnyard, to pitch in and take up the slack...

Billy Ray, don't worry about my crew! I already went out and picked up their coveralls.

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You know me, I'm always willing to help out where ever I'm needed.

brichter wrote:Actually, I believe I have been relieved of my cooking duties. I was just stretched too thin and had to have some relief.

Here's Billy Ray's relief cook stepping out of what he thought was the kitchen at CI.
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When it comes to pots and pans he usually gets his pots confused.
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Re: STONETHROW V

Postby dirtyred » Mon Sep 20, 2010 8:26 pm

[quote="Corky's Cub"]Hey guys,, does anybody have a small kiddie pool we can make a large e-tank out of?? We're going to have to boil Jason's hood to get 'er ready for painting, so may as well do it at StoneThrow!!

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Re: STONETHROW V

Postby ellen » Mon Sep 20, 2010 8:36 pm

Kodiak wrote: Corky is gonna be busy with his GIANT E-tank :mrgreen:

You reckon this is big enough :?:
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Re: STONETHROW V

Postby Corky's Cub » Mon Sep 20, 2010 9:28 pm

Wow Ellen, that looks like it might be big enough to fit a hood in...is it long enough?

I'll make you a deal. You bring that big ole tank along to StoneThrow, and I'll wire it up all purdy like my little tank!

http://www.farmallcub.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=24554&p=186278&hilit=tank#p186278

As fer the rest of you fellers, wear them hip waders that Mr. Roy's a bringin....it's already gettin DEEP around here! :lol:

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With pistons and valves frozen and worn.
Help from my buddies on Farmallcub.com,
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Re: STONETHROW V

Postby Corky's Cub » Mon Sep 20, 2010 10:05 pm

Kodiak wrote:Update:
Maysville will be having the 43rd annual festival and we will be in the parade. There is no "theme" this year like there has been in the past.
Ron & Paula



Hey ya'll, I have a modest proposal for our own contest this year: how 'bout we have an Overall Contest??? Only rule is no bare beer bellies (or other bare parts for that matter :o) ...yikes Barnyard, that'd cause nightmares! :lol:

Just an idea...whaddya think??

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Re: STONETHROW V

Postby Former Member » Mon Sep 20, 2010 10:29 pm

I am planning to bring my 100 spreader, I do not think the hip boots will be enough and we will have to move some "stuff" so we can keep working. Am also hoping to have the loader mounted with the manure bucket for the parade. I will follow Y'all and clean up after you. :big afro: :big afro:
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