Wake n Bake, Nothing Better!

StonedGardener

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Bong away, you deserve it!! Yes, this getting older shit is for the birds!! And there's no place like home to heal!!

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Getting old isn't for lightweights........my living hard lifestyle all these years probably hasn't helped, it takes it's toll, but I still act like a 15yr older and still have plenty of piss and vinegar left. I still like good crazy adventures. And so true, no place like home to heal up!
Thanks again stoner comrade!
 

DCcan

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It sucks getting old, having to change hobbies like drinking all night, thats the first one to go.
I have to car camp and do day hikes, trudging along with 20-30 lb packs just beats you down all day, can't even stand up after 3-4 days of that.

I ran out of bed time cookies the other day, my back is hurting again from sleeping badly.
Just did a fresh batch of apricot pecan cookies, yummy!
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raratt

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I wish. You know if you have a trench to fill with cement and know the dimensions.......why can't they bring the correct amount of cement? It's fucking simple math :roll:

Ha I want to have a puff right now. Third time these guys went for more today.........happened the first time too :roll:
 

DarkWeb

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Check this out. Lots of good stuff :)
 

DCcan

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I wish. You know if you have a trench to fill with cement and know the dimensions.......why can't they bring the correct amount of cement? It's fucking simple math :roll:

Ha I want to have a puff right now. Third time these guys went for more today.........happened the first time too :roll:
Maybe you need to try a new supplier, but your right...how many yards and when, its a simple equation

 

DarkWeb

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Didn't think it was.
Its just hard to watch the workers when the cement truck stops pumping...they always point at each other, then call the boss while half the cement sets up.
Definitely should have gotten a truck it was about a pallet and a half of 80#s

And this was the second time. They had to come back to tear out the first perimeter drain they laid. I think my job was the last one for the original foreman.
 
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