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Cannagrammy

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Doc wont care. He is probably loving it. Got ppl talking.👍
I won't care either, on any of my threads, the more
Might be a $$ saver if y`all handy . Nice array !
It increases your panels' consumption rate, for sure, but it only increases the percentage by so much and making them move is expensive. This set is for RV use, to use to build our homes and a grow room, so we will be adding more, maybe even moving permanent location, but for now we are even welding the frames ourselves!

This adventure is such a blast!
 

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sorry to have neglected this thread. i see it went all over the place which is fine by me. i've been feverishly working on a delaminated leather dash on my grand cherokee. been wanting to fix it for a while, but wanted the windshield out to make it easier. picked up a large something that flew off a brand new silverado. ironically i was going to the truck assembly plant to do a job that day. saw a bunch of sparks from truck in front of me so as i was changing lanes and this happened. luckily it didn't go through or my left shoulder would've been destroyed. for reference my index finger is 4" long.
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well i finished the dash yesterday and glass guy is coming today at 4. i'm itching to get back to work but these feet are still saying no. can't wear work boots yet and monday will be week 7!!

roster your couple of stories had me chuckle as i've been there more than i'd like to admit. my last major crash was 5 yrs ago and had road rash all over my face and lost a tooth. something to do with a few beers before 2nd heat to get loose and boy did i ever. front washed out when i hit some grease on the downside of a double. i don't blame the beers but that fricking mud that wasn't visible until too late. my shoes somehow flew off. i jumped back on the bike and finished with no shoes, no tooth and blood everywhere. finished 6th out of 15, so not too bad considering.

CG i've always wanted to homestead. maybe in several years me and the wife will hit the UP and do such.
 

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man summer is almost over and i haven't even gone camping due to various reasons. i love to load the bike up and hit some trails across the UP and bikepack my way along or hit a site close to a trailhead and site camp. these 1st couple pics are high rock bay in copper harbor, mi. this the the farthest tip of the keweenaw peninsula in the UP.






this morning was a lil foggy and was woke up to this eerily deep drone. it was a freighters engines purring alone. i remember hanging there hearing this and it reminded me of a scene from lost, lol.

these pics are from marquette




setting out for some trail maintenance


a shack we slept in for a night while out on the high country pathway 80 mile loop in gaylord. got stung in the jugular by a baldface hornet that day as we were building a fire to dry our rain soaked gear

saw many elk that ride.
 
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i've been off the bike for 6 wks now due to double foot surgery and i'm going eff'ing bonkers riding the recliner. so enough about that. what i want to know are some details about your passion?

i've been riding since mid 90's and currently on a 2013 canfield nimble 9. i ride about 75-100 miles a week when healthy. i've been waiting to get a canfield riot for 2 plus years and then at release covid happened. i thought JAAM or kaotic rode but i don't think they come around anymore

Steel is real !

Cycling became my only form of transport 3yrs back. I currently have a Singular Peregrine 2008 Gravel Adventure bike aka 90s mtb 😂 I cycle most days, any trips out for groceries etc is a minimum 20 mile road ride though I mostly ride to the stores through the woodland trails and on the roads for the return journey, when fully loaded.
 

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that's weird as i can see the pics just fine at my end. can anyone see them, WH?

no i don't work for gm just at various plants of theirs. i'm a pipefitter for local 370 flint so i work at truck assembly, paint shop, engine plant, body shop, trim shop, tank farm for oil and gas and industrial waste. they're all in the same complex but different buildings. it's work and i like what i do, but working for gm is a pita with all the pre planning and safety evals and debriefing paper work makes you wanna kick babies
 

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TIM, yes steel is real. i hate aluminum hardtails as they're too stiff for my liking. i dream of a singular titanium for years, maybe in 6 yrs for my 50th.o_O
 

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The pictures that you posted aren't there. The post is there but nothing else. All i see is a minus sign where the pics used to be.
 

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