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Discussion Board - What are you doing in this heat?

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Animal

07-21-2012 05:09:36
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This past week has been the most unproductive since I can not remember when... I have just been puttering and not much of that. My clover seed is just about ready to combine so I am going to move in that direction. I think I will cut early in the a.m. and combine in the some what cool of the evening. What are you all doing in this hot weather?




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donjr

07-23-2012 11:14:19
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 Re: What are you doing in this heat? in reply to Animal, 07-21-2012 05:09:36  
As little as I can get away with before the war department sees me----



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jackinok

07-22-2012 10:37:53
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 Re: What are you doing in this heat? in reply to Animal, 07-21-2012 05:09:36  
this weekend,,disced 10 acres of oats down,managed to replace electrical box in well house without burning anything down,serviced tractor,unloaded a trailer load of trash,hauled water to line shack. I'm done in,think i will go feed and water the chickens early and call it a weekend.



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cydectin

07-22-2012 06:48:42
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 Re: What are you doing in this heat? in reply to Animal, 07-21-2012 05:09:36  
Working on the cornhead. Will be a little corn to get. Work until noon, wife feeds me, take a nap, not that I am that tired, just want to dream of better days and I think the heat and dry make me depressed. Get up around 1:30 and go until my underwear elastic feel like it's around my ankles. If we can get some rain I think my energy level will skyrocket.



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bobs old iron

07-22-2012 06:00:57
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 Re: What are you doing in this heat? in reply to Animal, 07-21-2012 05:09:36  
wishing that i would get on the roof and fix that darn swamp-cooler, instead of using window fans,,lol



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Larry NEIL

07-21-2012 12:07:15
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 Re: What are you doing in this heat? in reply to Animal, 07-21-2012 05:09:36  
I keep thinking that I'm gonna get something done, then I step outside and find myself back in front of this darn compute!! (where it's only 74) :>)



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Brendon-KS

07-21-2012 10:21:25
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 Re: What are you doing in this heat? in reply to Animal, 07-21-2012 05:09:36  
This morning (Saturday) a number of our club members got together to start getting the grounds ready for the Goessel, KS Threshing Days show in two weeks. Lots of mowing, trimming, fixing stuff, etc. Much nicer working Saturday mornings vs. during the week in the evenings. We were thinking that the nights are cooling off more than they did during last summer's heat; it doesn't get too bad until 10:00am or so. Unfortunately there is still a lot of work to do so we'll be doing some evening sweating the next few weeks.

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old

07-21-2012 09:05:00
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 Re: What are you doing in this heat? in reply to Animal, 07-21-2012 05:09:36  
Well as hot as it is I have been staying in the AC ad doing some canning. Done tomato's and jalapeno peppers and plan to do spiced apple rings today or tomorrow. I have also done a bit of work out side but spend 30 minute out then and hour in. This heat makes my legs hurt if I am up on them for long periods of time.



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mike french

07-21-2012 08:43:43
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 Re: What are you doing in this heat? in reply to Animal, 07-21-2012 05:09:36  
Hey animal, Im with you, trying to stay cool and get work done at the shop. Hasnt been easy but got to do what you got to do. I did buy a reefer unit the other day. Got to go get it and you guessed it, going be a redneck shop AC. Should help I would think. Hollar at me some time, need to see if you have any parts I might need for project, Mike



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IaGary

07-21-2012 06:44:12
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 Re: What are you doing in this heat? in reply to Animal, 07-21-2012 05:09:36  
My friend at the weld shop has been short handed as guys have been taking vacations.

So in the last 3 weeks I have spent about a dozen days helping him.

Nothing like leaning over hot piece of metal welding away when it's 100 degrees outside.

If your not welding you can point a fan at ya. While welding the fan has to be turned away from ya so the welding gas will stay put.

A few days I started at 6 or so then quit at one and came home and sat in the AC after a shower.

Gary

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Animal

07-21-2012 12:02:21
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 Re: What are you doing in this heat? in reply to IaGary, 07-21-2012 06:44:12  
I did alot of welding when I had my city job, I really enjoyed it until my coveralls got soaking wet with sweat, and I would get those mild shocks, and then again sometimes not so mild.



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