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Re: Where is everybody?

> From: Donna <justme@prairieinet.net>
> E-Gads-- sounds like muscles got a work out. That type stuff is
> for this weekend. Gotta get that darn train stuff done!. Got piles
> rocks everywhere and the back of PU has crushed stone and now it is
> raining...what a mess!

Muscles have been getting a work out.  Sounds like yours are about to
- be careful lifting rocks; you can pull your back very easily
hefting rocks!  (been there; done that)

I got rained out Sat. before last - kept working until it was just
raining too hard...you are right...what a mess!  But, the crushed
stone ( is that the same as stone dust?) dries out pretty fast except
the bottom of the pile, which gets heavy as lead to move.

So, are YOU doing the train stuff?  Thought that was DH's project:-)

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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