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5 hours ago, Tom the Golf Nut said:

Crunch time..... I've been packing for over a week. I got the large POD full and it gets picked up tomorrow. I close on my current home on Wednesday and close on our new residence on Thursday. I have to be out by Sunday. Twenry Eight foot U-Haul is set for Friday for the furniture. If all goes well, we should be on the road either Friday afternoon or Saturday morning. 

I haven't been on a golf course in three weeks. Here I am at 11:15 at night and I just sat down to check in. I can't wait to be moved in and unpacked. Looking forward to some new courses!

I hope everything goes smoothly with the move, Tom. It's good to hear moving day is so close and you can see the finish line. Hopefully you'll be able to get things settled in quickly and get back on the course. Be safe driving to NC and let us know when you get there.

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2 hours ago, sirchunksalot said:

I hope everything goes smoothly with the move, Tom. It's good to hear moving day is so close and you can see the finish line. Hopefully you'll be able to get things settled in quickly and get back on the course. Be safe driving to NC and let us know when you get there.

+1 for this!  Hopefully all goes as well as can be expected, and once you get settled into the new place, a whole new area of golf adventures awaits!

 

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Tom, Best of luck to y’all on the move.

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4 hours ago, BIG STU said:

I kinda went through the same thing last week. We own an older mobile home and that old furnace is sorta pieced together. Not a lot of people work on the older furnaces anymore. But we do have a fall back we do have the woodstove was in here when we bought the place 22 years ago. My central air went out 2 years ago right when I got hurt so we have used "redneck ACs" as in window units. When I recieved my settlement last year we checked around and decided that it was cheaper to do some work instead of move. And really for us there was no where else we wanted to go. In the last 3 months we have had more insulation and new Vinyl siding installed. One of my golf buds is semi retired and is a carpenter handy man by trade. He works by himself and did not take on the siding job. I did have him rebuild the front porch including the wheelchair ramp. The ramp was here when we bought the place. In fact legally it did not cost me to re do the ramp because that came out of the medical fund money set aside seperately for medical supplies etc related to my accident Since we are staying I think I am going to spend the money and put in a central heat and A/C system. Oh trust me I will keep and still use the wood stove. 

Before spending $$ on a central unit I would compare the cost of a couple mini split units, (especially if any ductwork needs replacing).  There are mini split compressors that can supply multiple air handlers so you can have a "zoned" system if you want. 

That is what we are doing for the shore house (small, 2 br cottage).  It is an easier install since getting the replacement central air handler in the attic space would be a big issue for us.

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7 hours ago, Shapotomous said:

Before spending $$ on a central unit I would compare the cost of a couple mini split units, (especially if any ductwork needs replacing).  There are mini split compressors that can supply multiple air handlers so you can have a "zoned" system if you want. 

That is what we are doing for the shore house (small, 2 br cottage).  It is an easier install since getting the replacement central air handler in the attic space would be a big issue for us.

We have Mitsubishi mini split for our 14’ x 36’ Lanai. Worth every penny .

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19 hours ago, Shapotomous said:

Before spending $$ on a central unit I would compare the cost of a couple mini split units, (especially if any ductwork needs replacing).  There are mini split compressors that can supply multiple air handlers so you can have a "zoned" system if you want. 

That is what we are doing for the shore house (small, 2 br cottage).  It is an easier install since getting the replacement central air handler in the attic space would be a big issue for us.

Thanks I will check into that

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This should probably be in a new thread called 'painfull and $$$ holiday travel' 

We drove back to Ohio the week before Thanksgiving. Left early Saturday morning and got to our Ohio Condo late Sunday afternoon. Not to bad - but it was interesting to see the vast difference in gas prices as we drove through Florida, Georgia, Tennessee , Kentucky and finally into Ohio. Sometimes the price varied by .60/gal between exits in the same community. It was my grandson's birthday (2 yrs old) party on Monday.  The week was pretty smooth including running several long distance errands (hence the drive vs. fly).

On the way back: we left early Saturday morning (we time it to get through major cities early in the am). Overall first day not too bad except for the almost bumper to bumper traffic at 70+ mph. We stayed at a different hotel in Dalton Ga. because the  regular hotel we stay at jacked up it's price from $130 to $200 (veteran rate). Nice going Best Western, we'll be sure never to stay there again even  if their price is competitive. Atlanta bypass early Sunday morning was a breeze - then we got to within 50 miles of Gainesville. At that point our navigation was predicting a 4:00 arrival time home - well just before the traffic became more stop then go. The stop and go was all the way to Tampa. We finally arrived at 7:00 in pouring rain.  So much for holiday travel - next time Facetime will work just fine thank you. 

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7 minutes ago, tony@CIC said:

This should probably be in a new thread called 'painfull and $$$ holiday travel' 

We drove back to Ohio the week before Thanksgiving. Left early Saturday morning and got to our Ohio Condo late Sunday afternoon. Not to bad - but it was interesting to see the vast difference in gas prices as we drove through Florida, Georgia, Tennessee , Kentucky and finally into Ohio. Sometimes the price varied by .60/gal between exits in the same community. It was my grandson's birthday (2 yrs old) party on Monday.  The week was pretty smooth including running several long distance errands (hence the drive vs. fly).

On the way back: we left early Saturday morning (we time it to get through major cities early in the am). Overall first day not too bad except for the almost bumper to bumper traffic at 70+ mph. We stayed at a different hotel in Dalton Ga. because the  regular hotel we stay at jacked up it's price from $130 to $200 (veteran rate). Nice going Best Western, we'll be sure never to stay there again even  if their price is competitive. Atlanta bypass early Sunday morning was a breeze - then we got to within 50 miles of Gainesville. At that point our navigation was predicting a 4:00 arrival time home - well just before the traffic became more stop then go. The stop and go was all the way to Tampa. We finally arrived at 7:00 in pouring rain.  So much for holiday travel - next time Facetime will work just fine thank you. 

FYI, we FT our Gkids Thanksgiving Day.  They are 20, 18, 17 & 16 and it works fine for all of us.  
The 16 year old still likes talking to us!!! 

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Anyone else just having a awful Fantasy Football season? I am in 4 or 5 different leagues and think I only have 1 playoff contender. Previous years I maybe would miss one league and the rest be good playoff teams... yikes

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On 11/29/2022 at 11:04 AM, tony@CIC said:

This should probably be in a new thread called 'painfull and $$$ holiday travel' 

We drove back to Ohio the week before Thanksgiving. Left early Saturday morning and got to our Ohio Condo late Sunday afternoon. Not to bad - but it was interesting to see the vast difference in gas prices as we drove through Florida, Georgia, Tennessee , Kentucky and finally into Ohio. Sometimes the price varied by .60/gal between exits in the same community. It was my grandson's birthday (2 yrs old) party on Monday.  The week was pretty smooth including running several long distance errands (hence the drive vs. fly).

On the way back: we left early Saturday morning (we time it to get through major cities early in the am). Overall first day not too bad except for the almost bumper to bumper traffic at 70+ mph. We stayed at a different hotel in Dalton Ga. because the  regular hotel we stay at jacked up it's price from $130 to $200 (veteran rate). Nice going Best Western, we'll be sure never to stay there again even  if their price is competitive. Atlanta bypass early Sunday morning was a breeze - then we got to within 50 miles of Gainesville. At that point our navigation was predicting a 4:00 arrival time home - well just before the traffic became more stop then go. The stop and go was all the way to Tampa. We finally arrived at 7:00 in pouring rain.  So much for holiday travel - next time Facetime will work just fine thank you. 

I can tell you one worse than that on gas prices. Between my house and SC 544 which is about 4 miles there are 3 different Circle K stores. Gas prices vary between them sometimes by .10 per gallon. No one can explain it. Basically what little gas we use we go to Kroger because their gas is always cheaper and we are also on the points thing. Since we use just a little gas the prices had fallen here the week before Thanksgiving. We had like .20 per gallon discount. took both vehicles over and filled up. Not sure on the Caddy mileage yet this was the first fill up with it since I have had it 2 months. According to the trip odometer I have drove it only 200 miles since I got it. I got approxametely 16 MPG here around town which is about what I averaged with the rust Benz. Even though I do not drive far we after all have a lot of stop and go traffic

As far as Thanksgiving travel we did not go anywhere. No reason for us. I have no living close relatives and my wife only has her brother who we have not heard from in over 5 years now. Besides in our trucking days we have done enough holiday travel for 3 lifetimes. But I can see it for others like you and I symphatize with you and those poor folks trapped in airports

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Off to Finland! Where there will be 6 hours of daylight (9:00-15:00) and hopefully some snow! 

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1 hour ago, GolfSpy_APH said:

Off to Finland! Where there will be 6 hours of daylight (9:00-15:00) and hopefully some snow! 

Snow?? Say what!! Many of us here are doing the opposite - getting out of snow and into warm weather. 

Have fun in Finland 😀

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Just now, tony@CIC said:

Snow?? Say what!! Many of us here are doing the opposite - getting out of snow and into warm weather. 

Have fun in Finland 😀

Not that I'll See much of it. I'll be in an arena 18 hours a day and sleeping any other part that I can. 

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6 hours ago, Jmikecpa said:

I am not even sure where to go with this. I lost a good friend and employee today and just crushed. He was not feeling well this week and last we heard from him was Saturday. His family called for a welfare check and unfortunately we did not get good news. He came to VA in February to work for me and not only was great at his job but became one of my best friends and golf partners. He was way too young to leave this world but it was better for his time here. I have his St. Bernard staying with me until we figure out next steps with his family and the poor guy is just devastated as well. Going to be a rough few days and a lot of tears shed. 

Mike, that's some crappy news.

Sorry for your loss.

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15 hours ago, Jmikecpa said:

I am not even sure where to go with this. I lost a good friend and employee today and am just crushed.

My sincere sympathies. Truly.

fwiw I literally feel your your pain (and was not gonna post this anywhere but) .. .. after having lost many too many close friends starting back from when I was 10 .. in the past few years have lost two of my closer windsurf / surf / golf buddies and a third is on the way out after struggling with a stage 4 cancer over the past almost three years... and he's not yet 50......................

Sometimes life is not fair and we all have to be grateful for the health that we do have...

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15 hours ago, Jmikecpa said:

I am not even sure where to go with this. I lost a good friend and employee today and just crushed. He was not feeling well this week and last we heard from him was Saturday. His family called for a welfare check and unfortunately we did not get good news. He came to VA in February to work for me and not only was great at his job but became one of my best friends and golf partners. He was way too young to leave this world but it was better for his time here. I have his St. Bernard staying with me until we figure out next steps with his family and the poor guy is just devastated as well. Going to be a rough few days and a lot of tears shed. 

I'm very sorry to hear about your loss. It's tough losing someone close to you, especially someone so young. Lost my best friend in 17 at 40 years old and it's still hard to think about him being gone.

You and his family are in my thoughts and prayers. 

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2.5 days into install here in Finland. Done roughly 48ish hours of work in that time. Games start tomorrow and still another full day ahead. We normally get 5 days for install, this event we get just around 3.5.

All has gone well thankfully so we are on track to finish on time, with no all nighter, but it's been a grind.

45 teams here for this event (boys and girls) with countries like Kenya, Nigeria, Qatar, Mongolia who have some players who have never played curling in their life as well as Scotland, Sweden and Canada all trying to earn spots into the world championship A group.

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