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RECALL

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I heard on the news last night that there was a recall on open water grin.gifgrin.gif

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I heard that also, something about a temperature problem and also excess moisture. I know some people had to bring out old equipment placed in storage to remove the problem.

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I don't know about that! I'm watching the lake, from the house, opening up more all afternoon!!

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I might have to test the ice at the cabin this weekend grin.gif

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I heard the recall was on all cut off shorts, t-shirts and flip flops tongue.gif

Only in Minnesota can it go from 80 one week to almost freezing the next crazy.gif

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I'm sorry I put the hex on spring.......I shouldn't have bought a new Lund on Saturday.

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I shouldn't have took my snowmobile back to storage and my boat out of storage!

It's all my fault! frown.gif

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no, I think it is my fault. I performed the annual "running of the Deere" a little too early!

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7 degrees and 11 inchs of snow! Sure wish it was just a April Fools joke frown.gif

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Quote:

no, I think it is my fault. I performed the annual "running of the Deere" a little too early!


I knew somebody did once the snow started. wink.gif It took everything I had not to turn the key because I didn't want to put the bad voodoo on the weather.

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So would someone start a snowmobile and it will turn warm again. Glad we did not get the snow but the wind can stop anytime now.

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I'm sure the original post was in jest, but I found this weekend there was truth to it. A shallow lake near my home that had been completely open is now re-frozen to the degree that I can stand on the ice without falling through.

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well S O B, i thought this was naturall. thanks for ruining my fun. the crappies were hot guys. some people never learn to leave summer stuff alone untill june.

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50's and 60's next week!!!! YAY!!!!!!!

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You got that right! I can't wait!!!!

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