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Baymule

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Any chance DS will let you have the lumber and tin for your new sheep barn? :fl
Chris will fix all the rotted wood, got to get an electrician to make sure everything is up to code to pass inspection. DS wants a roof over the patio, not attached. I'll get gutters with the leaf screen put on and Chris will put up the roof using 4x4 posts. A cover over the patio would be much nicer.
 

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Yes she can start drivers ed, get a permit and get her license at 16.

A hardship license is rarely given out anymore. But under certain circumstances a 14 year old can get a license.

My mom was born in 1923. When she was 14, her dad taught her to drive. They filled out a form, mailed it and 50 cents to the state capital, Austin, and they mailed back her license. LOL
 

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No closing today! I consoled myself by taping off the front windows so I could paint the trim. Came in around 11, dripping with sweat. Hung out inside, went out at 2:30, felt sorry for Ringo and ewes, put them in their pen. Fed, watered and have them hay. The 5 young ewes are in the pasture. I painted window trim, soaked with sweat again. Cooling off in AC!

It’s 100F out there!
 
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Oh, the car! It’s a 2022 Hyundai Accent. Just a used to be cheap, but not anymore, little car. LOL It’s black. Last color on my list, I hate black cars, but when dealership after dealership has nothing, and this one had ONE, count’em, ONE car, I took it.

Only complaint, it does not have an arm rest between the front seats. I can put a pillow there. And if I had to sit in the back seat, I’d probably hate it. But it’s mine, I’m the driver, so I don’t care. It gets 30 MPG city and 40 MPG highway. For what I’ve been paying for diesel, it covers the payment and a few tanks of gas.

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It cost me $200 to go to Corpus Christi to see granddaughters, and back home, in the truck. That makes me stay home, even like a day to go see my sister in Conroe. So I’m glad to have this car.
 

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I moved electro netting last night to the front yard. I weed rated a trail this morning and raised it up. Ringo and ladies are in front now enjoying the lush grass. And the crepe myrtles! LOL Since it’s just feet away from the highway, I’ll be outside today watching to make sure they don’t get out on the highway. I started the netting next to the front door, fencing out the trucks and car. I can leave up the netting and let them graze it again tomorrow.

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