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So how are you spending your labor day?

Discussion in 'The Bar' started by wthierry, Sep 6, 2010.

  1. wthierry

    wthierry New Member

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    Relaxing a little, got a tri tip on the grill, some Potato salad and Baked beans. Heaven on our deck in san francisco.

    Come on over!
     
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    Partyxanimal Well-Known Member

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    I forgot you are 3 hours ago :D , I just got done Grillen , The kids are Eatin , I'm Chillen :beer:
     
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    Well cheers to ya! Going to finish cooking, watch some tv and enjoy the sunset :) have a great night!
     
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    You too buddy ...
     
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    Art Grandiloquent Bloviator VIP

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    Sounds like a great Labor Day; just the right blend of R and R. I spent the day with my oldest, who came in for the weekend, cooked a whole lot, and spent much of the evening finishing up a restoration of a cute old bike to surprise my littlest, who comes home from college next weekend.
     
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    nice! Hope she likes it. Thats quite the selfless act to do on a holiday, congrats to you!
     
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    Art Grandiloquent Bloviator VIP

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    Thanks a bunch, Wes. It's nowhere near as complex as designing and building a robot, but I refinished it; added hand brakes; added a 3-speed hub and Sturmey-Archer switcher, and a host of ancient accessories. The look when she sees it will be worth the 85 abrasions on my hands :)
     
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    I did some work this weekend on the robot, and have quite a few abrasions too. Tomorrow I start a new job, hope they dont think I'm some kind of diseased freak, LOL...