Good morning. It's clear and 72.
Steven, happy birthday.
Steven, happy birthday.
Possibly, who knows? Seriously, the electronic roadside signs message that all people entering from out of state must call 5-1-1 for state specific quarantine regulations. Whether there are road stops or not, I don't know. Our state government is obsessed with enforcing all sorts of dumb regulations, unless you are going to the beach or are a protester. Went to get a haircut the other day, and the shop had to hire a reception person, primarily to check temperatures upon entry.Hey Joe. My daughter and her family are leaving Friday, headed for the State of New Jersey. They're going to the southern part near Philadelphia, specifically to Marlton near Cherry Hill. Against my advice by the way. They are driving. Is there likely to be any issues with them having Texas license plates going into your state? They are leaving Friday. They will mainly be staying with my SIL's parents both in Marlton and their beach house somewhere near by.
Greg, I had a similar problem a couple of years ago. I bought 5 gallon buckets, Lowes had separate screw on lids. Never seen a mouse since.Besides, the deer, chipmunks and squirrels eat the bulk of the bird seed. Wait a second, I forgot the pounds of sugar for the hummers!
Happy Birthday, Steven! Hope you enjoy your day, and have a greatIt's officially my Birthday, but we are celebrating on Saturday. Grandson is coming over for a visit, so it's going to be a great day!
It's funny. You're the second person to tell me that, Willie! Unfortunately, it didn't fit with my aesthetic, so it has to go. Darned thing really is putting up a fight, though. May need to abandon the Denatured Alcohol route and try something else. Anyone know what active ingredient in Oven Cleaner works as a paint stripper? I want to make sure I buy the right type.Bunker - Too bad about having to remove that wonderful Santa Fe paint scheme from the GP9.
Bunker—if the percentage is not 91 or better I have not had success stripping paint from shells. Good luck.Happy Birthday, Steven! Hope you enjoy your day, and have a great
It's funny. You're the second person to tell me that, Willie! Unfortunately, it didn't fit with my aesthetic, so it has to go. Darned thing really is putting up a fight, though. May need to abandon the Denatured Alcohol route and try something else. Anyone know what active ingredient in Oven Cleaner works as a paint stripper? I want to make sure I buy the right type.
Cheers, everyone! The weekend is starting early for me, and Bob and Doug are headed home in a couple days!
Tom. I'm not sure what the percentage is as it isn't labeled on the can, but the fact that it is being sold as Marine Stove Fuel makes me think it has a very minimal water content unless methanol counts as a dilutant.Bunker—if the percentage is not 91 or better I have not had success stripping paint from shells. Good luck.
Check the owner's manual for your BLI engines. It specifies the CV number and value depending on what position in the consist the engine is located.Afternoon all.
So something funny (funny odd as opposed to funny humorous) while MU my Broadway limited SD45-2's. CV-29 is what determines direction and is usually set at 38. If you want to change which end is forward you can change CV-29 to 39. So my Delaware & Hudson RS-3 are 4103 & 4108, with 4108 (CV-39) MU'd to 4103 (CV-38). they have run short hood to short hood since I've had them. View attachment 115721Now for the odd part. I set BLI 8113 to CV-39. The aim was for long hood to long hood. 8043 is set CV-38. Before MU'ing both engines went in the same direction, perfect. MU'd 8113 to 8043 and a tug of war ensued. After removing MU, I changed 8113 back to CV-38. Now before MU'ing they went in opposite direction, again perfect. MU'd 8113 to 8043 and they both went in the same direction. It appears MU'ing actually changes the direction of BLI engines. So in the photo CSX 8048 and 8113 are both CV-38
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I was wondering if anyone else has found BLI engines to be different than other brands?
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