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    Quote Originally Posted by crashdive123 View Post
    There is a lot of truth in that. A screwdriver and a Crescent Hammer can accomplish a lot.
    Indeed. I started my own life with my wife 8 years ago and until now I didn't need to buy any power tool, I can do almost anything that I need with regular tools. Sometimes I wish i had a chainsaw and not only an axe, but I prefer to have a good axe and no chainsaw to have a good chainsaw and no axe.
    And I do a lot of things around the house by myself, from mowing the lawn and fixing the ceiling to eletrical repairs and some plumbing.
    As a friend of mine once said, fishing, gardening, hunting and tinkering with your car aren't just nice hobbies, but also a nice way to save money when you need.


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    Quote Originally Posted by crashdive123 View Post
    There is a lot of truth in that. A screwdriver and a Crescent Hammer can accomplish a lot.

    For those that were wondering........this is a Crescent Hammer.
    For DIY, YouTube can be a great source. By "can be," I implied read the comments. Often one needs to purchase tools, I had to buy a 10' step ladder to replace the wireless receivers. $20 each with the remote. Testing is easy if the ceiling has a light. The receiver's power in and outputs are marked. To test add a jumper from the power in to the light; if the light comes on, replace the receiver.
    The wife input was now you have a 10' step ladder and you can dust the fan blades.




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    Quote Originally Posted by VnVet View Post
    For DIY, YouTube can be a great source. By "can be," I implied read the comments. Often one needs to purchase tools, I had to buy a 10' step ladder to replace the wireless receivers. $20 each with the remote. Testing is easy if the ceiling has a light. The receiver's power in and outputs are marked. To test add a jumper from the power in to the light; if the light comes on, replace the receiver.
    The wife input was now you have a 10' step ladder and you can dust the fan blades.



    A good ladder is always useful!
    As a friend of mine once said, fishing, gardening, hunting and tinkering with your car aren't just nice hobbies, but also a nice way to save money when you need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deimos View Post
    A good ladder is always useful!
    So my wife told me.. LOL

    What is it like where you live in Brazil?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VnVet View Post
    So my wife told me.. LOL

    What is it like where you live in Brazil?
    Well, it's like a warmer version of Canada. We still have some snow but out winter is like their fall. But it's a lovely place to start a family.
    As a friend of mine once said, fishing, gardening, hunting and tinkering with your car aren't just nice hobbies, but also a nice way to save money when you need.

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    I've invested time in checking out Paraná; it is very beautiful there. I didn't realize you had some snow there.

    We are in NE Georgia, we also get some snow here. This one was the worst we have seen, snow, freezing rain and more snow. The generator ran all night while we watched TV and slept snug as a bug.

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    My truck, a Colorado ZR2 and her Equinox 2.0 twin turbo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VnVet View Post
    I've invested time in checking out Paraná; it is very beautiful there. I didn't realize you had some snow there.

    We are in NE Georgia, we also get some snow here. This one was the worst we have seen, snow, freezing rain and more snow. The generator ran all night while we watched TV and slept snug as a bug.

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    My truck, a Colorado ZR2 and her Equinox 2.0 twin turbo.
    I can't see your photo, something went wrong...
    As a friend of mine once said, fishing, gardening, hunting and tinkering with your car aren't just nice hobbies, but also a nice way to save money when you need.

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    741.jpg

    If at first one does not succeed, try, try, again.

    That is the second snow we've seen in 6 years..

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    Quote Originally Posted by VnVet View Post
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    If at first one does not succeed, try, try, again.

    That is the second snow we've seen in 6 years..
    Nice cars. I drive an old FIAT 127 during day-to-day work. We also own a toyota corolla for long road trips, going to church and so on.
    As a friend of mine once said, fishing, gardening, hunting and tinkering with your car aren't just nice hobbies, but also a nice way to save money when you need.

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