Today I had to climb up on the roof to replace some missing shingles. Got really sunburnt! Wish I was in snow country 'bout now...my face is burning up!
Maybe tomorrow I can get the 57 out of the garage, clean up the tranny fluid from the floor, pull it back in (it's not registered so I can't really go driving it around!), and pull the wheels off so I can start my brake/tire project that I've been planning to do for about 6 months.
my wife says it must be nice to get sunburn so early in the year lol
our roof can be used for a ski jump. but another wonderful day of sunshine so.
well i'm up to just the body work on that old ford of mine so after the weather gets right i guess i will work on that then maybe i'll beable to off it and get my chevy
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