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Fest shirts - free to good home

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We recently moved and I found some Crazy Legs Fest shirts and grocery bags.  If you want one or more let me know.  I rather give it away than have it sit in the closet another year.

Polo shirts - blue (1) 3XL, (1) 2XL

                       white (1) 3XL, (1) L

T-shirts - blue (1) XL, (1) L

                  white (1) L

(that's a total of 7)

There are also several canvas grocery bags and carpenter pencils I'd be happy to send out. 

Let me know - Jim

Jim, (post #193781, reply #1 of 12)

I'd hang onto some of those XXl's..................

you might blow up like a poisonous toad.

 

 

So, where'd you move to?

Down / Up the lane?

 

Show me.

A Great Place for Information, Comraderie, and a Sucker Punch.

Remodeling Contractor just outside the Glass City.


http://www.quittintime.com/

 


We moved back into the old (post #193781, reply #2 of 12)

We moved back into the old house.  We were planning on moving later this winter, after remodelling the kitchen, but had an opportunity to rent the little house in the hills to a young couple we know and that pushed us to move now, instead.

Got the old house all torn up...kind of like camping.  Been one step ahead of things and still trying to stay on top of remodelling 11 restrooms at one of the local elementary schools.  We got lights, cooking facilities, a couple days ago internet and just yesterday TV.  Next up is getting firewood cut up, split and stashed in the shed.

Just had a week with no internet and no TV.  Funny thing is, I didn't miss them.

Life is good.  Busy, but good.

Where is everyone hanging out these days?  Dino's?  Quitin' Time?  Everyone pack it in and buy a pick up...take it down to LA?

Well, don't that beat all. (post #193781, reply #3 of 12)

You're back close to the shop. 

A few you know are still here, many are over at BTC and just about all the uproar is over on the change.

Some evaporated.

 

 

Off to convince someone to spend money-hey to Kathy!

A Great Place for Information, Comraderie, and a Sucker Punch.

Remodeling Contractor just outside the Glass City.


http://www.quittintime.com/

 


I could use an XL T-shirt and (post #193781, reply #4 of 12)

I could use an XL T-shirt and a couple of grocery bags. I'd be happy to at least pay shipping, plus something for the stuff if you want it.

 

I tried to email you through your profile, but didn't see a link.  Do you have email disabled or something?

You can get me at: rsitruss@yahoo.com if ya wanna drop me a line. 

Hangin out (post #193781, reply #5 of 12)

Jim,  still here, not often though. Glad you're keeping busy. Get started on that firewood, they say it's gonna be a cold one.

HV

Hey Harry - This is two years (post #193781, reply #11 of 12)

Hey Harry - This is two years in a row I didn't get to the track.  Unbelievable.  You go for the sprint tour?  I didn't even get there for modified nationals - that has been my favorite weekend for a few years for cryin' out loud.

Geez, where did summer go?

just a 'hey' -    good to (post #193781, reply #6 of 12)

just a 'hey' - 

 

good to see you post and glad things are well with you and Kathy - I think fondly of our west coast adventure of 2009 - 

 

D

 

 

"there's enough for everyone"

Hey David - How's life?  (post #193781, reply #8 of 12)

Hey David -

How's life?  How's the family doing?  Any grandbabies yet?

Hello Jim - (post #193781, reply #9 of 12)

Hello Jim -

How about you and the grandkid count?

I’m up to 4 now (Austin 7, Sienna 4, Carson and Brennan are 2)

I’m told that is it – I’ll have to make do.

You’re supposed to hang onto those pencils for prosperity - Never know when they could become collectibles!

Good to see you posting, the pictures from your fest were great.

Terry

Hey Terry (post #193781, reply #10 of 12)

We are still grandkidless.  Four?  You're a lucky man.  

We're lucky in a different way.  After 11 years gone our son moved back to western Washington a few months ago to begin his career.  What a nice surprise.  We thought sure we'd lost him to Europe, but we are grateful to have him nearby.

Got all three of our kids within shouting distance now and they are all three buddies - really warms my heart to see them so close in their late 20's - more than I ever hoped for.

I didn't do a very good job distributing pencils at the Fest.  Got caught up with other stuff and it got away from me.  You can bet I'll be keeping a few for myself, but crimony, how many pencils can a guy go through in a career?  Sure like to give some to someone who wants them.

Say hey to Tim for me. 

Off to bed with a beautiful woman and a good book - Jim

  http://forums.delphiforums. (post #193781, reply #12 of 12)

  http://forums.delphiforums.com/breaktimeclass/messages?msg=3060.5 

 

 http://forums.delphiforums.com/breaktimeclass/messages?msg=3060.5 "Hey David -

How's life?  How's the family doing?  Any grandbabies yet?

 

life is good - family is good - everyone busy - 

 

no grandkids and none in sight - that's OK for now - got a graduation and a party coming up next spring, I'm hopeful we'll have some sort of wedding announcement soon - 

 

it's been an exhausting several weeks now - harvest is peaking, business peaked last week - dawn to dusk and then as much office work as I can get done - sent in the employees state/local withholding yesterday - I hope they consider the postmark the magic date - almost forgot - 

 

I posted a few pics of our biggest business days here:  godamn this software - I can't paste that address here, it puts it at the top - [JOBSITE WORD]em - 

 

little tired, little short here - 

 

 

  

"there's enough for everyone"

Hey Boss - Something (post #193781, reply #7 of 12)

Hey Boss -


Something about the filters at my internet provider send messages from the new Breaktime through my grey mail, so I don't get the notification for a day or two, depending on what time you post.

Anyways, I'll be happy to send you some stuff.  Just let me know what you want and where to send it.


You can e mail me directly at kjblodgett@fairpoint.net.