Addicted to Junk
After 3 days of thunderstorms and tornadoes, we have a beautiful day for flying!
I happen to live within walking distance of one of the Weck's locations and agree with BigBlue 94, well worth a stop at one of them. Keep in mind they only serve breakfast/brunch/lunch though. :thumbupSince we're on the topic of the 505 (Abq, NM), Weck's is a place you should also visit. They serve New Mexico style cuisine for breakfast and lunch. Known for their breakfast burritos and papas. I'm a green chile fan myself.
Odd coincidence... today I flipped a u-turn to drive back and check on a guy and his tractor sitting on the side of the road. He was back in the lane, tooling back down the back-road before I could ask him if he needed a tow.Beautiful day out
be careful with that thing. if you have a small-ish living room and pass out on the couch while watching an action flick, you might get the willies scared out of you when you wake up to a car chase in your face. it happens. :toothlessI spent this morning building a new TV stand for a new (to me) TV. My buddy just had a house built in Cheyenne Wyoming. His 2yr old 65" Panasonic Plasma wouldn't fit over the fireplace so he decided to sell it. $400.00 for the TV, wall mount, Pioneer Dolby surround amp, and 5 Kilpsch speakers, with a Sony sub woofer. I didn't want it on the wall so I bought the stand and an upright stand off Amazon. Nomo window!:histerica
BikerPepe` be careful with that thing. if you have a small-ish living room and pass out on the couch while watching an action flick said:Skull Island was on the first time I turned it on! Peoples heads are 3 X as BIG! :histerica
I remember in the mid 90s that I could fill up dad’s gmc for about $20. For some reason $.94/gallon stands out. That was when I was making a cool $4.35/hr at subway.On a related note... the cheapest gas price I can remember every paying was 66¢ a gal. I must be old. :toothless