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Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by Big Al, Jan 7, 2011.
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The lengths some women will go to to stay warm........ ;-P
Thanks ,Mad Tom......You only have to get lucky once in your life....I married mine. ;-)
Here's Mrs. Flatbedford and me in May of '03.
Are you in the Richmond, RI area?.. I remember while going to school at URI being very generous of the General Lee in the area.
ahh what the heck might as well.
Beautiful wife, and car.
No, I'm further north than that. I mean, if you can get geographically specific in a state that you can drive through end to end in 40 minutes.
Here I am back in September with our then-three-week-old baby daughter (our first) and a load of white birch (not our first)!
Congrats on the birth of your daughter.
Seems weird to see that many birch at one time. Kind of a rare thing in my area.
She looks a little mad. She doesn't like having to buck wood before she can even lift her own head
Just a few years back with the best part of my life, just glad she said yes!
Great shot.Thanks for playing along
Is your name Earl by chance ; )
I don't know any of you guys, but I'm really enjoying this thread! :D
One pic from last summer and one pic from last week pushing snow. Great thread, guys.
I remember seeing a guy driving the "General Grant" in the Autmnfest parade when I was younger....never knew the mason/dixie line had moved up into RI.
:lol: maybe he should be driving the General Lee instead...
Cute kiddo. Love the name "Buzzy".
Regarding the pic of me and my daughter and the birch:
So you think that she is mad? Let me tell you, that's nothing! There are two other shots in the series, and that was the least mad one. But it was likely because she was hungry - she's an eating machine. (But it wasn't because she couldn't raise her head - right from birth she's been able to lift her head and move it around.) Here is mad for you - when she was 48 hours old and had to go in the carseat to leave the hospital. I hope she can't still make that expression at me when she is 15!
As for the birch, someone was clearing an area to extend a runway and I was taking the wood to help him out. It was all black locust, birch, and poplar - early colonizers.
The whole family in the Bahamas during the heat wave this summer. Who expected milder temps in the tropics!
You said "okay wife" and ... oh never mind
Thanks! - it fits him.
This seems like its turning into a show off your wife thread. You've got me on top of the Brooklyn Bridge, my kids and hounds, (one on the right past in the spring and believe it or not- my bride.