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Well, wer're Hunckering Down

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Adirondack case guy

10-26-2012 16:17:04
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The Snow storm and Canadian front that some of you posted about yesterday, is suppose to Colide with Huricain Sandy, over most of the NE. People 30 mile from me that lost everything, a little over a year ago from Irene and Lee are spending the weekend removing their belongings to higher ground. The Big Boxes sold out of generators, flashlights, etc today.
The Weather Watchers seam united that the impact of this combination of these storms inland, is going to be Major. National Grid is already moving emergency crews from other areas into the region. "BIG hype ???? , We will know about next Wed. what the impact was.
I,m not really worried. I'm on high ground and started my Yanmar Diesel Gen. set this morning. The bat. was dead, but a quick charge and it started quicker than I expected, about one Rev., Wow.
I'm Ready, let her come.
The uncles have been Running as fast as they can combining corn, still 16% plus, and Drier is running non stop, requiring some midnight reloading of the wet bin feeding it.
I will post some pics tomorrow night.
Loren

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1030 TOM

10-27-2012 11:25:33
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 Re: Well, wer're Hunckering Down in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-26-2012 16:17:04  
good luck with mother nature, an ice storm several years ago knocked out our ele.for 6 weaks however I made a good chunk of change clearing roads with 4 bobcats and graple buckets . worked 3 weeks in bad weather ,is like finding money



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j hikemper

10-27-2012 08:52:56
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 Re: Well, wer're Hunckering Down in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-26-2012 16:17:04  
sorry,, you have to endure the wrath , there is a lot of wonderful folks up east that will have a lot of anxious times ,,. wisht the storm could zero in ONLY on the Joker of Pennsylvania avenue...



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Ande

10-27-2012 06:10:27
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 Re: Well, wer're Hunckering Down in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-26-2012 16:17:04  
Loren & family,and everyone effected,your in my prayers for everyone safe



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McKerrow630

10-27-2012 02:08:50
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 Re: Well, wer're Hunckering Down in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-26-2012 16:17:04  
Yeah don"t sound good for the east.... Cold,wet and windy not a very "fall" type weather there. Got 2 of my kids living in Harrisonburg,Va. Sound like you could be making "snow-pumpkins" on bagger"s nite. Hope goes well for you folks. God Bless



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jon f mn

10-26-2012 19:43:03
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 Re: Well, wer're Hunckering Down in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-26-2012 16:17:04  
Good luck Loren. I'll call from Louisianna!!



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53dc

10-26-2012 18:18:52
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 Re: Well, wer're Hunckering Down in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-26-2012 16:17:04  
Yep we are doing the same. Live about an hour outside Baltimore and numerous trackers have it coming ashore around ocean city md then tracking right over our area. Looks like it might be a good one.



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HossinMe

10-26-2012 17:11:51
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 Re: Well, wer're Hunckering Down in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-26-2012 16:17:04  
Yep,weve done it several times. Once in Cranston, R.I. once in Springfield,Mass,Got the armory and Indian mc factory,and once in NH.People really apreciate us,asking us in for coffee and dinner and such.But you also run into some real jerks,cant do the job uick enough or why wasnt you here last week.I usually tell them we were here last week but on the other side of town,usually depending on my attitude at the time. Hoss

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Bret4207

10-26-2012 16:52:45
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 Re: Well, wer're Hunckering Down in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-26-2012 16:17:04  
Every time they say it's the end of the world, nothing happens. When they don't see it coming, that's when we get blasted, ie- Ice Storm 98.



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Tommy Railsback

10-26-2012 16:51:01
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 Re: Well, wer're Hunckering Down in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-26-2012 16:17:04  
I just talked to my neighbor here in Great Falls, MT, who works for Asplundh, the tree service company. He said he has been warned to be ready to head East with the company truck. The good thing is that the pay is double time.



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RGMartin

10-26-2012 16:40:21
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 Re: Well, wer're Hunckering Down in reply to srbanks, 10-26-2012 16:17:04  
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Not calling for any serious snow here, just lots of wind and rain.

I finished my corn a couple days ago. Just put the combine away today, when saw the neighbors Gleaner pulled into the local Mom and Pop fix-it shop. Need to go see him in the morning.



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Agri King

10-26-2012 16:31:29
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 Re: Well, wer're Hunckering Down in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-26-2012 16:17:04  
The local farmers were talking about this today at the shop. Said it could have the makings of a "perfect storm". Good luck.



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HossinMe

10-26-2012 16:31:06
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 Re: Well, wer're Hunckering Down in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-26-2012 16:17:04  
Yep,I gotta get ready too..Fema called a bunch of us that have beenworking with them in the past cleaning up blowdowns with our log trucks. We have a Western Star tractor with a 500 hp Detroit wet system and trailer with a log loader .Shes got a couple small hydraulic leaks we gotta fix.Dont mind them around hear in the woods but they dont like it in the suburbsleaking all over their nice clean neighborhoods.Probably leave Mon or Tues for Mass. R.I or Conn. GOOD MONEY! Hoss (still in Maine)

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Adirindack case guy

10-26-2012 16:55:59
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 Re: Well, wer're Hunckering Down in reply to HossinMe, 10-26-2012 16:31:06  
Hoss,
Good for you, it is good money!. Several years back, I worked for a contractor who had a contract with CSX clearing the acess roads adjacent to the rails. Spent several 36 hr. periods in a 175 Michigan loader, and ended up so fare from home that it was cheaper to send a lowboy and truck it home than drive it. You ever had to drive a loader over a railroad tressel in an articuladed loader, and not slip off the tracks? That was a nail bitter for me. There was always a CSX chase truck with me, (rail capable). Looking back it was a great experience, that not many have done.

Loren

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