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What a wife I have!

Discussion in 'Rocky Mountain Region' started by teamhickman, Aug 30, 2005.

  1. teamhickman

    teamhickman 1/2 ton status

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    Well, my wonderful wife was out running around today and found it in her heart to stop by 4-wheeler’s on Washington and pic up a copy of Dust to Glory and 2004 RTCC…..Man I love this women :bow:

    Dust to Glory was outstanding!!!!! If you haven’t seen I would highly recommend it!!!!!! It’s without a doubt the best documentary I have ever seen concerning motor sports…second only to “On any Sunday”.

    2004 RTCC was pretty good as well, a typical 4-wheeler production but still had some decent action.

    If anyone local wants to get a look at either of these, let me know.

    Andrew
     
  2. justhorsinaround

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    Well how cool is that for you?!

    Oh and I like your sig line too. I think I'm about there with the way things have been goin lately. :(

    Hopefully, next month'll be better. :crazy:

    On the subject of better, how're you doin?
     
  3. teamhickman

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    LOL....it has been a pretty rough month :doah:

    Thanks for asking........things are going well for me...still a little "Winded" if I do to much but according to the doctors, that will go away in about a month.

    I'm with you and hope that next month will be better :waytogo:

    Do you have plans for the holiday weekend? We're heading out to the in-laws ranch while they are out of town to feed and water the horses....on a positive note, they are considering letting us rent out their guest house. It would be great, lots of room, horses and a shop so i could work on the blazer. I don't know, we'll have to see what happens.

    My "sig" means a lot to me, as you mentioned, I can't begin to tell you how many times I felt like "Raising the black flag and start kicking ass".

    Andrew
     
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    Well good for you! I'm glad you're making progress and what not.

    I'd love to join you out at your in-laws house but we're headin up to the north land to cool off, relatively speaking, at my parents cabin.

    Hell I haven't worked a horse in I don't know how long. I miss them critters. Some day we'll have a place that I can keep a colt and train him/her up the way I think it should be done.

    Ah well.
     
  5. pauly383

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    A good wife is hard to find . Seems ours may be cut from a simmilar mold . Mine has bought me a hi-lift , strap , compressor and air tools , PS2 , list goes on .

    God I love good women .

    Also I am glad your recuperating well :D
     

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