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Crooked River Pete, SASS 43485

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  1. Apples and blue berries were often in season when we went up. Mom made a lot of pies, and if dad caught a big enough lake trout she'd stuff it and bake it, good eating! The best time was early in the morning I'd hear those plates clanging, know dad was up, pretty soon I'd smell the coffee, than hear and smell the bacon than the eggs, had to get up no way to stay in bed with all that going on. Good God I had a charmed child hood.
  2. I've had 2, first was many years ago, blue shot well and i did like it but let it get away. Second was more recent, stainless, and functioned great but either shot way low or way high I don't remember which. I didn't keep that one either.
  3. 2 interesting things about this. 1 stove is in and was made in Akron, Ohio where I live, 2 I have an almost identical stove at my cabin in Michigan. What you don't see is that there is usually a center piece between the 2 plates that comes out also. When you start a fire you remove all 3 pieces and that gives you access to the whole fire box. Put in some paper then kindling add match replace plates, some times you had to remove them again to add hard wood.
  4. Seems to me you could just turn the axle over ( right wheel to left side ) and that would work. Am I wrong?
  5. When I was working construction OSHA didn't allow the painting of ladders, not because the paint would hurt the ladder but because it could hide damage to the ladder. If there is a crack in your helmet and you paint over it you may not know it is no longer structurally sound to wear.
  6. That kow looks like a 2 stroke, no valves to adjust.
  7. I think that qualifies as "self check out".
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