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@ SD80MAC « Sun 11:41:31 am »
NS at Fuller
@ SD80MAC « Sun 11:41:25 am »
ImageZ739 by Jonathon Leese, on Flickr
@ SD80MAC « Sun 11:24:45 am »
Happens all the time. Since there aren’t any "checkers" anymore, there often isn’t a way to see what all is in a train until it passes the first AEI reader
@ AARR « Sun 9:31:28 am »
That’s impressive ~Z~
@ ~Z~ « Sun 9:10:07 am »
moved a couple tons of stone yesterday via wheelbarrow... tony Robbins tired.
@ DaveO « Sun 7:12:52 am »
Amazing that CSX (and others) has a train on the road with cars unknown to the crew. What happens if they were haz-mat and caused problems? Take some bonus money away from the executives maybe? Name something that won’t happen :evil:
@ AARR « Sun 7:11:58 am »
Let me know when you’re coming :)
SW wrote: This means, theoretically, I could ride to AARR’s house, with just a little street riding in Pontiac :P
@ AARR « Sun 7:11:27 am »
#2 B II BCRR
@ Jetlink « Sun 1:45:38 am »
Live from the Midway airport hotel center. Alas. I have decided to sleep here tonight rather than drive home after a long day plying the friendly skies.
@ Jeff L « Sun 12:00:03 am »
#1 Alpha Male
@ kd_1014 « Sat 10:34:53 pm »
Wish it was the better 3001 lol
@ ~Z~ « Sat 9:56:33 pm »
another 3001 causing problems in csx thread, lolz
@ SW « Sat 9:20:21 pm »
This means, theoretically, I could ride to AARR’s house, with just a little street riding in Pontiac :P
@ SW « Sat 9:18:20 pm »
Bikey complete, 25.1 miles in 1:58. Wanted to see if I could find a safe way to cycle up to the MAL Trail from my house. Succeeded! Route wasn’t too bad, thru subdivisions and paths along somewhat busy roads. Made it to former site of Walled Lake RR station.
@ AARR « Sat 3:55:14 pm »
30 miles in 2+ hours on the MOT and CRT using Cross Bike
@ AndrewsTrains « Sat 2:50:41 pm »
has started a new topic: Peaker service loco and shop updates
@ Standard Railfan « Sat 12:55:52 pm »
has started a new topic: Truck hits train in Trout Lake
@ DaveO « Sat 12:23:36 pm »
Many years ago I took what was a malnourished juvenile Cooper’s Hawk to a licensed rehab vet. I found out later that someone had run over the female on our neighborhood street. The good news is it wasn’t someone’s child..
@ AARR « Sat 12:09:10 pm »
Don’t recall seeing those comments
Jetlink wrote: I made a couple of comments about tacos at lunch time.
AARR wrote: Jet, your wisdom teeth comments are still there. Which comments are gone?
@ AARR « Sat 12:08:35 pm »
And the occasional Red Tail Hawk is usually a juvenile
@ AARR « Sat 12:07:34 pm »
Dok, you’re right. Coopers Hawks and Kestrels are what usually prey on the animals/birds around the feeders.
@ SD80MAC « Sat 11:51:57 am »
definitely dark to the west
@ Doktor No « Sat 11:45:56 am »
Decent thunderstorms inbound into Kent County and vacinity as I type.
@ Doktor No « Sat 11:45:03 am »
Watched a Coopers devour a decent sized Flicker a couple winters ago in the lakeside yard. Only thing left was feathers, the beak and the feet.
@ Doktor No « Sat 11:44:08 am »
Coopers Hawks are smaller, Kestrels are even smaller but lightning fast. Dive and whack, dinner is served.
@ Doktor No « Sat 11:43:02 am »
Coopers Hawk. Kestrels too. Toss in an occasional Peragrine.
@ Jetlink « Sat 10:53:42 am »
wakey wakey
@ Jetlink « Sat 10:53:32 am »
I made a couple of comments about tacos at lunch time.
AARR wrote: Jet, your wisdom teeth comments are still there. Which comments are gone?
@ SD80MAC « Sat 9:49:57 am »
ImageChange by Jonathon Leese, on Flickr
@ AARR « Sat 9:47:56 am »
To your point it surprises me the hawks don’t come around more
@ AARR « Sat 9:47:01 am »
Good point DaveO. A few Red-Tails have shown up occasionally but usually it’s a smaller type of hawk (whose name I can’t think of at the moment).
DaveO wrote: AARR if both birds and animals not around, I suspect a Red-Tailed Hawk is. Gives a different meaning to bird feeder :shock:
@ Jim_c « Sat 9:13:56 am »
has started a new topic: Incident in Allegan Co.
@ DaveO « Sat 9:09:38 am »
AARR if both birds and animals not around, I suspect a Red-Tailed Hawk is. Gives a different meaning to bird feeder :shock:
@ ~Z~ « Sat 8:56:08 am »
good on and off rain over here overnight, water my lawn!
@ ~Z~ « Sat 8:55:39 am »
the birds know to get out of town during the storms
@ AARR « Sat 7:17:17 am »
Not a single animal around my bird feeders this morning...that is strange
@ AARR « Sat 7:16:22 am »
Jet, your wisdom teeth comments are still there. Which comments are gone?
@ AARR « Sat 7:15:36 am »
#2 B II BCG&A
@ Jetlink « Sat 4:35:02 am »
hmmmm. I notice my chat box comments from earlier in the day are not here. Odd.
@ Jetlink « Sat 4:34:27 am »
Local time 0133 am. Makes it aout 0433 in Michigan I believe.
@ Jetlink « Sat 4:33:43 am »
Liver from Reno, Nevada.....
@ Jeff L « Sat 12:00:01 am »
#1 Alpha Male
@ ~Z~ « Fri 9:40:56 pm »
about 1:15 or so, about 17 miles. been at least a month since riding in MI, about a week since my IL and IN rides.
@ ~Z~ « Fri 9:39:03 pm »
got some bikey time in tonight
@ ~Z~ « Fri 6:22:03 pm »
tony Robbins hungry for TACO TOWN
@ ~Z~ « Fri 2:07:47 pm »
oh, i wouldn’t put anything past CSX. Like how q326/q327 normally should be working holland but bypass it on random intervals :)
@ SD80MAC « Fri 1:03:56 pm »
Come on Micah, when does D706 NOT work Lansing?
@ AARR « Fri 6:48:57 am »
#2 B II BCN
@ Jetlink « Fri 1:47:34 am »
Had all four out while I was in college. Got knocked out. Recovered quickly 2 were impacted pretty bad I guess. Don’t remember much more than that. Was 25 years ago.
@ Jetlink « Fri 1:46:25 am »
Wisdom teeth.
@ Jetlink « Fri 1:46:16 am »
Live from Lubbock, Texas,.....
@ Jeff L « Fri 12:00:01 am »
#1 Alpha Male
@ SD80MAC « Thu 9:27:05 pm »
Yep, I start rinsing tomorrow morning
@ DaveO « Thu 9:00:29 pm »
To the extent possible, rinse, rinse and rinse. Pain killers won’t do a thing for the bad breath.
@ ~Z~ « Thu 8:11:05 pm »
they knocked me out to extract the 4. lots of gauze for a couple days.
@ SD80MAC « Thu 7:49:34 pm »
So far I’ve eaten some jello and a smoothie
@ SD80MAC « Thu 7:49:17 pm »
Mine both came out very easily. The actual extractions took less than 2 minutes
@ DaveO « Thu 4:33:22 pm »
I had all 4 out at once. 2 were easy, the other 2 had to be broken and the roots extracted. Went grocery shopping on the way home.
@ AARR « Thu 4:27:58 pm »
I lucked out :)
@ AARR « Thu 4:27:10 pm »
Still have 3 wisdom teeth. No issues with them. The 4th grew in at an angle was so exposed by the time I was ready that it was pulled without any novacane/shot. It actually came out relatively easy.

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