Couple more nice videos, Ralph. Discers were never used in this part of the country. Looks like it covered a pretty wide swath.Took a couple pictures of tonight's sunset.Beautiful day here in Ohio today. Almost made it to 70 degrees, but a couple degrees short. Been outside most of the day. Ordered a load of stone to cover the driveway. Will be delivered tomorrow afternoon. Still have to do a little finishing before it gets here.Gene
You're getting her there, Ralph. The smoke is just the thing to fumigate out any four legged critters who may be living in there. Of all the flat head V-8's I had back in the day, I only have one left and that is most likely ruined. It has been upside down in a '46 Ford out in a gully and has most likely been visited by the creek many times. I do still have a polished aluminum dual intake manifold with one carburetor still on it stashed in the back of my garage. Probably should think about putting that on Ebay and turning it into cash along with the NOS '46-'48 Ford left rear fender that I have also.Your videos bring back a lot of memories. Keep 'em coming. Looks like your remaining snow on the ground is about the same as we have here. 22F last night and will be cool all week. Light snow falling this AM. I am thinking spring will be here be July 4th.Charlie V
Then he brought home a backhoe with a narrow bucket and put 4" tile under all of his driveway area and connected it to a nearby field tile I had put in years ago. He hauled away the dirt from the trenches and then filled all of the trenches with the stone and re-stoned the whole thing. No more problems...It would have cost him a fortune to have had it done but his only cost was for the tile and the stone. Stone is quite cheap here now. Most of the cost is the trucking.