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post #21 of 29

Hey Humdinger

GREAT post.  And yes that was Celcius, although I have worked in the bush at minus 50 F.  Totally against workers comp rules, but when you're in the biush with nothing else to do.....................

Gary

post #22 of 29
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To both Garys; you guys are too busy eating smoked sausage and drinking tea!! (Got be politic correct here too?, just to be on the safety side!) , and not readind the news! LOL. I bet you did not see the ship that got stuck in the icy couple weeks ago! Was the environmental nuts studing the cause of Artic melt down. Global Warming causing all this low tempatures. We can'r win can we? Question, make I'm put the car ahead of the Oxis, but what it is the lowest temp. that you can safely do any kind of meat smoking, curing, if you have a wood frame smoke house, like some that I see here? I have no clue about smoke house, just to get an idea, considerin bee in the Northeast. Thanks! By the wsy GaryH, don't bit yourself to death about fhe new property, look at me? From 120ºF to -5ºF., that it is a stretch! From be stuck in mud to slidind on icy.But it is reward for the sacrifices, beutiful wife and four kids, plus been here talking to you guys in total diffe r ent linguage.
post #23 of 29
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Hello Humdinger, thank you! My wife is American, (Inglish, Italian, Germany) just to be clear. She said that I go around and around, when I talk, so I guess same as when I write. Been a immigrant, I always have the impresion that if I don't over explain myself, they don't get it. Goes with the territorie. Also sorry for the bad spelling, and grammars formation. It's good feeling when I heard welcome like the ones from you guys.I feel at home here.
Edited by Farman852000 - 1/10/14 at 1:49pm
post #24 of 29

Hey Antonio

Don't worry about the spelling--I can't spell either. As far as the -5* goes, you've got a beautiful wife and four fantastic children.  I think thats a pretty pair trade for a lousey 125 degrees  LOL Glad you're here friend

Gary

post #25 of 29
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How you know, I did know that I posted it. I better be careful, and endup like our NYC Councilmam Anthony Winner, you probaly read on the News, he try run for CNY as Mayor. Desgraça. Blumberg, left, we got a realy nice guy. The people that leave in the City desarves him.LOL! Gary, don't get me wrong, but I take heat anytime, I lived on the country side, lots mountains, and if you got shade it's like air conditioning, lots cool breeze. This white sfuff drive me crasy, well some other people hate the wit sfuff too, I know! KKKKK!
post #26 of 29
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Originally Posted by Farman852000 View Post

Hello Humdinger, thank you! My wife is American, (Inglish, Italian, Germany) just to be clear. She said that I go around and around, when I talk, so I guess same as when I write. Been a immigrant, I always have the impresion that if I don't over explain myself, they don't get it. Goes with the territorie. Also sorry for the bad spelling, and grammars formation. It's good feeling when I heard welcome like the ones from you guys.I feel at home here.

 

Hey, glad we can make you feel at home! And do not apologize for being able to speak two languages! That is a gift and more than most people can do. I know some people who have been speaking English their whole lives, and your English is better than theirs! HAHA....... Heck I myself have had 4 years of German in school and still can't hold a decent conversation with someone.
post #27 of 29
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Thanks!
post #28 of 29

I was there in the very early stages, i worked for a company who did the retaining walls. We had a special attachment that went on a crane boom so we could dig strait  down. We would dig down about 100' +- while we were digging kept the shaft full of drilling mud, when we were deep enough we dropped in the steel reinforcing (just a re-bar cage) then would use a tremmy shut and start pouring in concrete while at the same time pumping out the drilling mud. This was done on both sides at various locations to keep existing buildings from having foundation damage. one all this was done excavation between the walls was started. at various places in the walls were openings for ty-backs .  If any of this makes sense.

 

GARY

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