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"Ram's Smoke Ward "
J.Redleg Offline
#51 Posted:
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LMAO!!!!

How many extension cords from your neighbor's garage did you use?

Is the cee-ment pond good to go?
pgje51 Offline
#52 Posted:
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ready for some exterior camo paint.
Ram27 Online
#53 Posted:
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JR, Goat done all my electrical work & inpsected by ddandb.


Will do Bloody, shouldn't be long now.


Had Dish Network crew out , trying to find a clear shot for setting dish in one of the trees on the huge acreage, I think we have found one & close to the house.





Not sure if I'm going to hang all the Christmas lights & decorations this year, what say you ????
Goathead50 Offline
#54 Posted:
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Go ahead and hang the lights Ram. When I roped it in I installed a timer and Weather proof receptacles just for Christmas lights.
Ram27 Online
#55 Posted:
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Damn Goat, your the best, will get started on them, THANKS.
ddandb Offline
#56 Posted:
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Yes, and all the electrical work passed with flying colors.

What? Whaya say Ram?

It's ok, it's ok. Don't worry about the smoke and sparks. That's normal.
rem_boileremt Offline
#57 Posted:
Joined: 03-19-2007
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Lovely, Ram!

Beats the heck out of my smoke ward aka the great outdoors!

I am going to have to try and make one those barrel humidors. Especially a used pickle one. Pickle flavored smokes would be great. I could get some candela ones that would even look the part.
Goathead50 Offline
#58 Posted:
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Hell no one said it had to be safe.
J.Redleg Offline
#59 Posted:
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Why go through the trouble of putting up lights only to take them down? Just leave them up all year round!!!

Add one of those dancing light / sound systems and you'll the envy of troll village.
Ram27 Online
#60 Posted:
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LOL Thanks boiler.



JR, I also was thinking of one of those class act ' Big a$$ blow up Snowmen ', in the front.



Great idea, may leave them up.


Have the boys from Gutter Guard stopping by today, tired of cleaning out the gutters every year, with all the trees surrounding the house.



Damn, I think I have gutters , let me go look?!?
bloody spaniard Offline
#61 Posted:
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No matter, Rambo. Your roof leans towards one of your chimneys anyway.
You don't mind the smell of burning leaves, do you?
Goathead50 Offline
#62 Posted:
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Ram do you need a light in the one holer?
Charlie Offline
#63 Posted:
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LOL.....this is almost as funny as pool fish


Charlie
Charlie Offline
#64 Posted:
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I like the Fred Sanford look of the place......junk in front adds to class downgrade, whoops upgrade.

Charlie
Goathead50 Offline
#65 Posted:
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You would not believe the money Ram spent on the landscape designer to get that look.
Charlie Offline
#66 Posted:
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What would that go for in Dallas area?

Charlie
Goathead50 Offline
#67 Posted:
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Seeing how it is an upper end shack with a wood burning heater and it has had it's landscape professionally designed. With all the electrical extras (sparks and smoke) and a custom out house, land too I'd say it would sell for...........................$300.00!
bloody spaniard Offline
#68 Posted:
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Hey, even the resident CBid mogul, cousin eddie, could afford THAT!!
Goathead50 Offline
#69 Posted:
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^ I don't know. He's been throwing around a lot of money lately
bloody spaniard Offline
#70 Posted:
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True. LOL!!
DrafterX Offline
#71 Posted:
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Where are the chickens & puppy-dogs?
Charlie Offline
#72 Posted:
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I keep hearing the Sanford and Son theme song when I look at this picture.

Maybe we could get this on "amazing Makeover" or whatever that show is/

Charlie
Goathead50 Offline
#73 Posted:
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It's already had a make over.
Ram27 Online
#74 Posted:
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Sum na biatch, that bassard Cousin_Eddie, just sent Rambo an email, making an " Offer on Smoke Ward ", sorry Eddie have to turn down your offer,way to low, remember this isn't no repro. LMAO


Keep bidding higher & higher Eddie.....







Busy getting snow blower & tractors ready for winter.




Goat, you installed a light in Carriage house already.
J.Redleg Offline
#75 Posted:
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Joke time:


How do you compliment a woman living in this house?






Tell her she's got a nice toof! BAWAHAHAHA!!!



But seriously, two things missing from the home: A couch in the front yard and a car on jacks on the side.
Ram27 Online
#76 Posted:
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JR. wife told me only allowed to put up ' The Eat Joes flashing Christmas lights' the one that blink like a bunny rabbit.
Goathead50 Offline
#77 Posted:
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Ram. I did install two pull chains in the carriage house. Nothing but the best for you bro.
Ram27 Online
#78 Posted:
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Done a great job Goat, the Light Fan combo was way over the top.
Goathead50 Offline
#79 Posted:
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I knew you would like that touch of class. Especially the combination of bright brass and antique brass
Ram27 Online
#80 Posted:
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Yes Goat, very classy touch.
Charlie Offline
#81 Posted:
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Need a beat up old car on cinder blocks and no tires and rims......

maybe a tractor covered with weeds...

Charlie
Wyteyes Offline
#82 Posted:
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Needs an old VW hippy bus for a guest house.
Ram27 Online
#83 Posted:
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Charlie, the scene you wish for is on the property, Lower North 40, I try & keep the front yard neat & tidy, as you can see.


I really have to finish installing the deck, damn thing looks so lost just sitting there in front of the house.
J.Redleg Offline
#84 Posted:
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You need to separate the rooms with beads and have a velvet picture of Dogs playing pool or poker.
bloody spaniard Offline
#85 Posted:
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Stick a manual blender in the backyard cessp... er hot springs, and you have a hot tub.
Great for the aches and pains after a day of trapping/skinning gopher.
Wyteyes Offline
#86 Posted:
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"after a day of trapping/skinning gopher"

Sounds like a job for Big Chief.
Ram27 Online
#87 Posted:
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You should see the set up WT has on the Lower North 40 for his moonshine making, very impressive.


JR, I have a felt Elvis picture in the carriage house.
Goathead50 Offline
#88 Posted:
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The next touch of class that the landscaper will install is the toilet planter in the front yard.
Ram27 Online
#89 Posted:
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Looking into that Goat or a nice used laundry tub sink, not sure.


I do have a Tub cut in half and the religious statue in it. Not in this picture, put it away for the winter.
Ram27 Online
#90 Posted:
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Not sure which to go with, blinds or nice wooden shutters for the windows inside.
DrafterX Offline
#91 Posted:
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^ just use some mirror tint....
Goathead50 Offline
#92 Posted:
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Ram I can really light that Statue with some nice moon lights.
Ram27 Online
#93 Posted:
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Goat, that will add a nice touch.
Ram27 Online
#94 Posted:
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X, I do away with drapes with the right window treatment. I like the wooden shutters.
Goathead50 Offline
#95 Posted:
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Instead of mirror tint I always was partial to aluminum foil on the windows.
Ram27 Online
#96 Posted:
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X, look at the front door, will your package sent Rambo, fit through mail slot ????
newby46176 Offline
#97 Posted:
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Do you have a 60" high def TV with surround sound?

That would be sweet!!


And an old car in the back for target practice.
Goathead50 Offline
#98 Posted:
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^ Damn Noobie!
newby46176 Offline
#99 Posted:
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>>>>walks away in shame.
DrafterX Offline
#100 Posted:
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never answered my chickens & puppy-dogs question Ram....
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