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avg. joe

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About avg. joe

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    Chautauqua Ridge

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    NW PA/W NY

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  1. Go for it. I plan on retiring next year, but I still don't know what I want to be when I grow up!
  2. Is it loose gravel or packed? Mine is (not 500') packed gravel. I have a snow blower on the tractor. I just tilt it back until there is a good base. A $2500 snow blower is $25K less than paving. To me the issue would be how much of a slope is on the driveway. Plowed or blown you will probably end up with packed snow that will turn to ice. Not fun driving on then!
  3. I would like to see the 1/2 hour before and after sunrise and sunset. Add that with mandatory blaze orange for big game.
  4. avg. joe

    Reloading

    Been loading shotgun, pistol and rifle for over 40 years now. (WOW, I must be getting OLD!)
  5. Nothing seals canning jars better than earwax!
  6. I think you need to take this to "Shark Tank". With their money and marketing expertise you could be sitting on a Billion dollar idea.
  7. No matter where you go, there will be something to contend with. The only way to beat it is having winter/summer homes. I was thinking of where to retire to for year around comfort. South can be brutally hot in the summer, north is cold in the winter and in between has drawbacks too. Good luck and I hope you find what you are looking for.
  8. Find out who has the rights. I bought a piece of property once that the rights belonged to an oil and gas company that no longer existed. The attorney was able to get that removed and the rights deeded to me.
  9. Venison Chili, taco dip, sweet onion and cheese dip.
  10. I used to do it that way, but on a long hard winter I still ran out of room to put it. I even piled it in the pasture before. Our annual snowfall up here on the ridge is 200"+. Haven't had that in the last couple years, but it will again sooner or later!
  11. Sit back with a cold one and kick back after all the work. I get lots of snow up here on the Chautauqua Ridge. We have several of the lake effects every year with a couple of feet over a day or so, I know where you are coming from. My best investment ever was a snow blower for the tractor, 6' wide. Not being a wiseguy, but it is nice not to get buried and let somebody else get it for a change. Wife and I talked about moving someplace with less harsh winter, but the summers here are fantastic!
  12. Ninja DT201. Does a lot more than just air fry, it also dehydrates, bakes and reheats. Wife loves it.
  13. Yep, here on the Chautauqua Ridge that is just another "little bit" of snow!
  14. I agree with the velocity and damage. That seems to be a pretty stiff load.
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