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rocdoc
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John....don't let the pics fool ya. He wore me out walkin' back and forth to his tiller tree!!!

The man has a keen eye for tillerin though. I had to lie a few times and tell him that I could see the problem spots too. I didn't want to look like a fool (which is why I asked him not to post the pic of me in my boots!!!)

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hey rocdoc what is wrong with your boots. i think horseapple has not ever seen a real working mans boots. oil feild is serious work.....
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I must say you're doing a heck of a job on posting and noting JD. A superb pictorial!

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rocdoc
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Thanks farmerboy.....I don't think it's the boots so much as the way my pants are tucked into them :-) Hey, it's muddy at the rig!

Gotta have those steel toes working on the rig....even my houseshoes are steel toed.

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Todd O.
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J.D.
Looks like you have come a long way since I stopped teaching you a few years ago. I hope to get up there tommorow, and give you some pointers. The bow looks great !!!!!!

Love,
your long lost pupil.....

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rocdoc, i think the pants in the boots are cool thing, i were mine like that sometimes. as you can tell by my name i was raised on a farm.......one thing about oil feild it is always a mess, i know i worked on a rig for two summers. hard work!!!!!!!!!!
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Dadburnit Farmerboy, you spell worse than me:) I've wore out more steel toes than you've had shoes:) I pan on scraping the rind off the boo this weekend and adding the tip overlays... that is if it gets above freezing:)

JD

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Todd by the sound of you adding weight I might not recognize you [Big Grin]
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MUSCLE WEIGHS MORE THAN FAT !!!!!!!

BY THE WAY DID'NT YOU TURN 40 IN NOVEMBER ????

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we'll talk about this tommorrow:) and yes you look very nice at a measly 212# [bigsmyl]
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I forgot how sensitive toy are. For those of you who have never seen him he is very handsome and athletic. My wife thinks he looks just like Sam Elliot. I look foward to tommorow it's been along time!!!!
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rocdoc
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Man....I'd give anything to ONLY weigh 212# again!

Sam Elliot!!!!

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JD, not only can you make bows but you put together a fantastic tutorial. Man, think of all the aw $@#%s, 'nother peice of wood please, start overs, etc you've minimized for folks like me by putting this together. Thanks so much.
Are you going to show some of the handle wrap stuff? I appreciate you sharing how you do it last summer in Fort Worth, I'd like to see some pictures if possible, beg, grovel, please ,etc [Big Grin]

Charlie - SA

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dadburnit horseapple you talk about my spelling. you PAN on working on bows today. what the crapt is PAN oh well have fun and don't freeze in your shop. if you can't get that fire started let me know i will have to come over and start it and keep it going so yall can work on bows today. good luck!!!!!!!!!!
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JD....did you take the weekend off, or did you and Todd down a few cold ones and impair your ability to use the computer?

I'll be patiently waiting for the continued education.

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