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    Well, bummer I did it (last week)- I CURB RASHED my tires on the CTS V. Both front & back on the right side & cut my back tire. SUX. Since we don't drive it that much - it'll sit there until Kevin decides to FIX it - maybe next week???? Yeah just 1500.00 oops that's too repair - not new - that'd be 3000.00 oops

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    What the heck are curbs made of in TN??
    The rules are: There ain't no rules.

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    oh me .... my name is Mudd
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4AMNTN View Post
    oh me .... my name is Mudd
    Oh dear
    I haven't failed, i've merely found 10,000 reasons why it didn't work

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    Not been on here for a few days because we have been away. Taking advantage of the good September weather we have been to what we in the UK know as "The Lake District". It is in the north west of the country and is a popular spot for tourists. About 150 mile journey for us. There are several lakes in the area which look, to us, to be a good size but all added together would probably fit into Lake Superior 100 times or more.

    Had a boat trip on the lake, a ride on an old steam train, a trip to a transport museum and also a visit to the Laurel & Hardy museum. Who remembers them?

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    That sounds amazing do yíall get out much for little mini trips I donít know how big Lake Superior is Iíd have to look that up but being from the South you can throw a rock and hit 5-10 people that have boats I donít get out on boats I donít do lakes I donít do water that I canít see the bottom to I will only get out in the ocean up to my ankles Iíll look that place up I appreciate you sharing! How nice


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    I forgot to mention Scotland Sorry Gis

    They have many more lakes (they call them Lochs) than England. The largest in area is Loch Lomond which is around ten times the size of Windermere

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    Around here we go to Kentucky Lake about 60 miles Westó itís a TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) lake from damming in Kentucky. 160 acres Ö the largest East of the Mississippi River for that purpose. Many of our friends have a boat & house there ó we DO NOT. We are not lake people. Both my sisters have a second house & boat ďon the lakeĒ. Meh. Weíre CAR people.


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    Watching The Ryder Cup ⛳️


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    Quote Originally Posted by 4AMNTN View Post
    Watching The Ryder Cup ⛳️
    From a European point of view it's difficult to watch and enjoy
    I haven't failed, i've merely found 10,000 reasons why it didn't work

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