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Case Nutty 1660

11-13-2012 17:00:16

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Bro I told you I was sending that your way!!! LOL was 46 here today and calling for the 50's next ten days so better is on the way, here are a few pics for you from my trip down to the wife 1st pic is a buffalo ranch 20 miles south of me they have 3000 head, next few are the road conditions then a few shots on the way back sorry these are from my phone ad not the best as I was driving while taking them, this is our youngest daughter and new grandchild at the hospital with Jill, the oil well is one of the first drilled in Wyoming and shows they built the derk and left it in place after well was drilled and is hard to see but has a wood beam for the horse head to pump the well and I need to check on this side boom it may be for sale sure would be handy to have cnt tom

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11-14-2012 09:09:08

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 Re: Weather? what the hay? in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-13-2012 17:00:16  
Permanent derricks were the thing until the mid 50s or so when Jack knife rigs became popular. Still see a few around evry once in a while, reminds me of my youth in the oilfield.

Still remebering you and your family in my daily prayers. Hope all is going well and your wife gets to come home soon.


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11-13-2012 18:29:01

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 Re: Weather? what the hay? in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-13-2012 17:00:16  
hope everyone is getting along fine. that road looks icy, you be careful out there.

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John Saeli

11-13-2012 18:07:11

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 Re: Weather? what the hay? in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-13-2012 17:00:16  
I can tell you have a loving family. How's your wife doing? Prayers from Upstate NY.

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Case Nutty 1660

11-13-2012 18:22:34

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 Re: Weather? what the hay? in reply to John Saeli, 11-13-2012 18:07:11  
Thanks John she is doing better today we are hoping she can come home tomorrow cnt tom

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