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    Default A beautiful morning....

    WOW! What a gorgeous morning.....temps in the upper 60's, a little breeze...

    Got up this morning and went for a run (that SUCKED, BTW) and have been chilling out on the deck listening to George Winston - Autumn through the Atriums. Doesn't get much better than this, brohams. Considering what others are going through, I almost feel guilty but I'm still digging it.....time to flip the LP.

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    It is a beautiful morning indeed. I don't have to worry about work today, and in about 15 minutes, I'm going to be enjoying some home made tacos. With lots of sour cream...mmm...sour cream...

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    Smile

    It is 8:29am and not a cloud in the sky. Max temp today, around 16C (61F). Absolutely beautiful day. Time to do a little fishing.
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    It's a nice dry morning here in NY. Random cloulds in the sky but none are interrupting the nice sun. Took a nice walk to the bagel store to grab a bite...got to see two mustangs drag racing along the way..

    Enjoying very good fresh hot coffee....local radio station is playing some good tunes

    I can feel it in the crisp air, fall is on its way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike682

    I can feel it in the crisp air, fall is on its way.


    thank merciful christ for that, I am not built for the warm and humid weather. My central air needs a friggin breather too
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    Ours is off too. The sun is shining, the breeze is blowing, the birds are singing, the fish are jumping. This is what iit's all about. Beautiful...
    I smell ass, burning ass, glowing cherry red spanked ass.

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    I agree guys, it feels good to at least have the windows open again and get some fresh air.
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    Yesterday was nice also, can finally get out there and take some pics w/out bringing a case of water. Took a few pics of the beach area near my house yesterday. Here's one (beach is on other side)

    Look, I did stop and I was standing...oops :D
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    Great day in North Texas as well....but I'm stuck in the office. We give up Memorial Day and Labor Day to get a free week off for spring break. It sucks right now, but knowing that we have a whole week off in March makes it worthwhile.
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    First thing that went through my mind when I read the thread title..."It's a beautiful morning..."...
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    Beautiful day here in New England too. Just decided to deal with my wire management issue a bit, at least trying to keep powers from signals and whatnot.

    Now, a quick lunch and I'm firing up the bike. This is motorcyclin weather if there ever was any (about 70F, sunny, nice breeze).
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    Yes what a great day it is. I went for a 10 mile ride at Penny Pack Park today for a good burn. It didn't suck. I also washed my truck.

    Now I'm eating some lunch. Some left over pasta

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    Beautiful day just a bit south of you guys as well... quite a bit warmer (hot, actually), but the breeze is blowing - the sky is beautiful. Clouds are building up so it may threaten to rain a bit later on - but right now.. its great. I wish I could have brought myself out of bed sooner today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by audiobliss
    First thing that went through my mind when I read the thread title..."It's a beautiful morning..."...
    Or this:

    Zip-a-dee-do-dah

    Yes, it's a great day here too. :)
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    I agree, great day. My dad and I built a shoe rack and a workbench, both for the garage. Later today we're going to my bro's house for cooking in the out of doors. Nice to not be at work, and the 4 day workweek won't be so bad either!
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    If anyone ever hears me say I'm listening to George Winston, please shoot me before it deteriorates any further.

    Doesn't get any better than that? Put on your Enya or Kenny G. stuff and really get down.



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    It is a great day. Telarc Kunzel on the line arrays, BIG glass of fresh brewed iced tea with a sprig of mint from the garden, and a couple bratwurst. Life IS good.
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    Well, even though I haven't been fortunate enough to sit down and groove to GW, today was good. I started the day by NOT calling Roto Rooter. Busted my ass in the shower early because I noticed a definite slowdown in water draining. With 3 longhairs using the same shower (keeps the guest bath clean), I'm freakin' doing this **** once every three months or so. Plunged and fished, plunged and fished a HUMONGOUS hair/soapscum ball out. Then I had to scrub that shower because of the funk that comes up when you plunge "up" instead of "down". Shmuck one, SHOWER DRAIN nothing.

    On to the screen door handle which was getting stupid. The latch thing had no "action" left to it. Take it apart, there is a small spring that broke. The same size spring as inside a ball point pen. Hot **** after a little dicking with a tweezers. Shmuck one, SCREEN DOOR handle nothing.

    Got ONE RT-5 boxed up and shipped to my brother-in-law down in Tampa, now I'm looking for a suitable box for speaker #2.

    Couple more things with me on top, and then I got my ass kicked by a Pioneer SX-880 receiver I found yesterday for $5. Damn thing is in real nice shape but it won't come out of "oscillation protection". Guy at work wants the piece of **** Pioneer receiver on my desk, and I was going to use this POS in its place.

    So basically I got my ass kicked today, but the weather WAS nice for an ass kicking anyway. Why waste it?

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    George,

    If Wendi told you that she would like to hear GW, you'd spin it too...

    If the boss is happy, I'M happy.

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    Nice lie. I thought you'd try something like that.

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    Yep it really is a beautiful day today. Rain all day yesterday, but now the sun is shining and I just came back from a trail ride. Time to sit in this nice whistler house and chill for a couple hours before heading back home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Grand
    Nice lie. I thought you'd try something like that.
    No need to lie and I'm secure enough in my masculinity to admit that I like George Winston.

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    About 10 hours later, the sun is still strong. No clouds all day. You have to love these days.
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    Michael - 2 fish
    Wife - 0 fish

    Oh well, maybe some mellow music on a Polk Speaker system may make her feel better. Ya Right.
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    Today would of been a beautiful day to:

    Sit outside
    Walk/Ride around the block
    Play a sport
    Mow the yard

    Today was NOT a good day to:
    Pressure Wash

    What did I do today? I pressure washed. Boy was I COLD! Cold and STILL got mega amounts of Sunburn.

    Probally pressure washed around 25 hours the past 3 days. Mowed, washed a car, cleaned the garage, took down some fence, dragged some limbs...

    Feel like I got hit by a large automobile head on...

    Got poison oak on top of that...

    Glad this day is over, glad this weekends over.

    But I did get some good things out of this weekend! Made some money and a brand new 2200 PSI Pressure Washer :D
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    Pffttttt..... In florida it's still hot as hell!! Today granted was less hot than usual... stayed in most of the day and then mowed the lawn and BBQ'd after the sun went down.. drinkin couple drinks
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    A lazy day, not really interested in much of anything. Took a couple pics as a thunderstorm rolled through here a few minutes ago.
    Looking down the street from my front yard...

    And a shot looking across the street...


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    Great pics, Frank!

    Tommy, what the hell are you doing eating home made tacos at 9:30am, ya FREAK! :D

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    LOVE that first pic, man. Awesome.
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