What Do YOU Do During the Off Season aka Summer?

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socalgal

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We have a day permit to hike Mt Whitney in July. I'm trying to figure out if I can realistically do that if I can't get time off work
Ooh, lucky! I entered the lottery but didn't win. I should probably go back and see if there are any cancellations.
 

Varmintmist

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This spring has been full. I havent stopped working, in telecom and the porn must flow..

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I had 46 ton of modified (2A) delivered after filling in where the pool used to be one loader bucket at a time. I ran the electric that I had for the pool to the rear of the new parking so I could plug in the RV.
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The company truck may have been parked more than once that day. 6.5 ton rubber tire roller. Also the front part of my hydraulic shovel replacer.
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PennDOT was cleaning ditches on my road, so I offered them a place to dump. The Case loader and I have been spending more quality time together and I now have a back yard that isnt a black diamond.
 

crgildart

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^^^That is leveraging the local opportunities to the fullest!
 

Uncle-A

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With Memorial weekend coming, and a quick end to lift served skiing, this thread needs a good bump.

I know @Andy Mink is on his second primitive/glamping weekend with his usual camping crew. Maybe he'll share pics when he gets service.

@Philpug and I are expecting @Tyler Pugliese for the weekend,(maybe longer) :yahoo:
We'll find some remote places to hike and do some back yard grilling and chilling.

As we slowly sneak out from under the SIP shroud, let's start to find some fun things to do to bring some normalcy to our world. Healthy and happy FTW
Looks like you brought this thread back to life. It hadn't been posted since last year. I enjoy it when a older thread gets a bump.
 

Tricia

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Looks like you brought this thread back to life. It hadn't been posted since last year. I enjoy it when a older thread gets a bump.
I was inspired to bump it from your post in the Now that you are quarantined, what have you been doing with your time? thread.
But...I'll tell you something that's fun.
Go to the members on line list and click on it. See what the google bots are searching and find some old stuff. Its kinda cool and brings up some good stuff that's been buried.
 

Uncle-A

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I was inspired to bump it from your post in the Now that you are quarantined, what have you been doing with your time? thread.
But...I'll tell you something that's fun.
Go to the members on line list and click on it. See what the google bots are searching and find some old stuff. Its kinda cool and brings up some good stuff that's been buried.
I never get the thread name just quit right. I get it close but when I do a search by title sometimes it is tuff to find what I want.
 

Tricia

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I never get the thread name just quit right. I get it close but when I do a search by title sometimes it is tuff to find what I want.
I'll admit that the search engine on Pugski is not as good as I'd like, but there are tools to make it work a tad better if you use details, like the name of someone who posted in the thread or forum area.
When I get stumped, I'll google it with the addendum Pugski.com like this.
*I've been on several discussion boards and I'm always stumped by the search ability.
This one is better but still has growing pains.
See example of my google search

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