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EGS's pictures from work

Discussion in 'Showtime!' started by EGS, Aug 4, 2009.

  1. EGS

    EGS Senior Member

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    Here is a few more from work.

    #1) Here is one for you Jimbruce42. My '85

    #2) Lunda driving piling.

    #3) A picture of a D8N and a ejector truck.

    #4) My truck and a couple of our '85's
     

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    Here is a few pics of deer that I have shot. The one on the right is 22 1/2" wide on the inside. The one on the right is 16" wide and the buffalo I shot up in North Dakota in 2006.
     

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    Here is a few pics from some things I have had going on lately.

    1)Carrying my new Central Boiler stove over to the cement pad that I poured for it.

    2)Just about got the stove set. That is me on the left.

    3)Got my new deer stand put up last weekend, can't wait for deer season on Saturday.
     

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    People down here like the water stoves.

    Guy's with 3 or 4 girls love them.;)

    I was running a backhoe for Johnny's Uncle when he bought his. He said that was the first Hot Shower he had taken in over 15 years.:D

    That's a nice looking deer stand EGS.

    Down here a lot of Ole Boys just build a modified tree house to hunt out of. Course every couple of years someone will get drunk and fall out of one to.:)
     
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    People here really like those stoves, seems like every other house has one now. They tend to burn some wood, but you can turn the heat and hot water up as high as you want.

    I like the tri-pod deer stands you can move them around as you want. I was going to build a nice permeant stand their but that field is in CRP. Next year it will probably be back in corn so we'll see.
     
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    Deer Guide

    We might have to get this guy to help you kill a deer.:D

    Down here we start them young.
     

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    I could definitely use his help. :notworthy
     
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    I haven't seen any deer pictures EGS.:beatsme

    My little Buddy got another one this morning.

    This isn't looking good, you getting showed up by a First Grader.:D
     
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    Couple years ago, I killed as many as anyone at work and I wasn't even looking.
    Hit it with the truck. Sorry animal didn't have a lick of insurance and his accomplice
    ran into the woods. ;)

    You have to understand that 3/4 of the guys at work eat, sleep, and breath deer hunting. A fact not lost on me when they tell me about the whole weekend they spent looking for bambi. Just keep driving around I say.
     
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    EGS you got some pretty nice pictures there. Keep-em coming
     
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    Thank you Tim.:)

    I think that the pics will slow down a little bit, we got laid off for the winter.:D
     
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    Lucky for you that new Pipeline Spread is looking for hands.;)
     
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    That one up in Minnesota?:D
     
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    ROTFLMFAO:notworthy

    Honestly, that's not the one I had in mind.:D
     
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    Deer hunting has been over up here for a while now, and NO deer for me.

    The first time that has ever happened to me since I started hunting.:Banghead
     
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    I got not a bad one. He was an oldie only will scorr about 135 but really cool looking. I will try to get a picture if you dont mind them posted on your thread
     
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    Not at all.:)

    I love seeing pics of great deer, not those little Bambies they shoot down in Arkansas.:notworthy
     
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    I will get some posted soon
     
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    Snowplowing!

    Here are some pictures from plowing last night. I have a hard time getting pics in the dark.:Banghead

    1)This is a terrible picture, but all of the lights is our equipment(we have lots of stuff:D)

    2)One of our 544G's it has the same plow set-up as mine.

    3)One of our salt trucks. Hard to tell but they are set up very nice. The trucks all have V-box salters and blizzard plows on the front. With auto trannys those trucks make a sweet rig for salting and plowing.
     

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