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Archive for April, 2018

New Bronco

My new Bronco has a 19HP Kohler 5400 series engine, a 42 in cutting deck and a slew of safety features not to mention a shiny coat of red paint.  Get out the way, I’m  coming through…..

I’m in the process of adding some accessories to My New Troy-Bilt Bronco Riding Mower.  In this episode I installed a oil pressure gauge and a dual USB charging port.   Stay tuned, there is more to come.

High school reunion

A message from Johnny

Are You a Fan?

Hello sports fans, music fans and everyone else that is a fan of something or someone.  Did you know that fan is short for fanatic.   Yes, if you are a fan of something….anything, then you are a self professed  FANATIC!!!

A New Lawn Mower

Bike Trip Around Waughop Lake

There was a surprise at the beginning of this trip.  See if you can spot it.

What Am I Doing?

Well, when I’m not tinkering in my garage, working in my garden,  sprucing up the yard, focusing my telescope, listening to some old vinyl,  I just might be here……


Johns Hopkins performs world’s first “penis” transplant

My question is, Who was the donor and did he donate his penis  willingly?


The Moon has a Plateau

Or, was there a trip to the moon to knock the nose off the man in the moon as was done to all pre-Caucasian statues?


Moon Waxing Cresent April 19 2018

These pictures were taken of the moon with the 2x Barlow lens that comes in the Celestron Astromaster  lens kit.   It works well on my Canon Rebel XS and Celestron Powerseeker telescope.  It reveals a lot that I didn’t notice before.   A waxing crescent is a phase of the moon that takes place after the new moon. From the Northern hemisphere, the “crescent” can be seen on the right side of the moon, while a waning crescent is seen on the left side.

A little tree trimming

Pesky limb cast an evil shadow on my Solar Panels.   They will get a little more sun time.  I hadn’t planned on video taping this and only realized later that it was on my surveillance cameras.   Two 20ft chains from harbor freight and a Poulan 3314 chain saw and a little fore thought made it happen.   It did exactly what I wanted it to do, fall away from the house and fence.



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