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trugasCA

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Message Posted: Jun 19, 2014 2:02:30 PM

I have no trips in mind. Pretty much saw most of places l wanted to visit.
I will garden and relax at home.
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Message Posted: Jul 21, 2014 8:49:29 PM

Mr. Diva and I had a wonderful cruise to the Caribbean. A couple of pool/beach days in Florida before heading back to reality.
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trugasCA
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Message Posted: Jul 20, 2014 6:22:46 PM

I haven't been taking it easy. I brought in a chest of drawers, moved lots of furniture and stored some items in Space bags. Brought food items to frontroom etc.
Summmer, it rained just a bit today. There are some menacing clouds. It would be nice for our drought but very unusual for this area.
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Message Posted: Jul 18, 2014 8:23:10 PM

I spent most of the day today driving the wife around from one doc office to another. Seems she has some fluids in her knee.
Before I moved to Cleveland I had rarely been to a hospital. Its seems Ive been to every one of them in the last 16 years.
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Message Posted: Jul 18, 2014 7:29:18 PM

sit, type, blink
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Message Posted: Jul 16, 2014 4:21:34 PM

Tru, a Chinese or Indian buffet can be a good deal, if you don't have to rush away.

And yes, I could spend a lot of time doing amusing things in TO. There are outdoor music festivals just about every summer weekend, and a dance evening plus ye classic Shakespeare-in-the-park. But I use so much gas getting back and forth that it would add up to enough to pay for a real trip if I went downtown too many times. My limit these days is about once a week.
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Message Posted: Jul 16, 2014 11:54:53 AM

Morning:
For those who can't travel, there are lots of things local to do eh Baylee?
Then there is enjoying friends who also remain home. I am trying to get some of the pot luck group to go out to lunch once a month. But even that is costly to some of them. l have the money, but hate to pay for overpriced food. LOl. I want to get something l don't fix at home. Like battered shrimp. Some chinese foods. I like the buffets where l can try new things.
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Message Posted: Jul 14, 2014 4:45:59 PM

We're hoping to go visit friends and relations in Ottawa sometime soon. Won't cost much, but we need to find the time free as well.

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Message Posted: Jul 13, 2014 7:19:46 PM

The little black leaf eating bug turns out to be a weevil, witch is a type of beetle. I'll be looking up about a little brown bug today.

I worked to day for our weekend guy. He left for Anchorage today to do the cruse back to Vancouver. At least someone is traveling! It was a slow day today, so I got a lot of cleaning done.
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Message Posted: Jul 13, 2014 5:31:59 PM

We'd love to go and do stuff, but I don't get paid in the summer, so we're kinda poor right now.

Once we all go back to school (kids, both of us teachers), there won't be time to go anywhere anymore other than to visit my son in college (about 3.5 hour drive each way).
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Message Posted: Jul 13, 2014 5:14:41 PM

BayleeBuggy, This coming week on the Polar Bear express to Moosonee and in October the Agawa Canyon train from Sault Ste Marie. Last day of this season.
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Message Posted: Jul 13, 2014 1:32:19 PM

Tru, Target bought out and shut down a chain of stores, called Zellers. I was annoyed to begin with, since I used to buy basic stuff there like pet supplies and boring shoes. Then staff people told me that T. would not give them any preference in re-hiring. That made me very annoyed.

Then T spent many months - 6 or even longer - redoing all the stores, and missed at least 1 Xmas season that way. And the one store I looked at thoroughly had EVERYTHING changed around - washrooms switched from one corner to the exact opposite. Lots of expense and no reason to do it!

I've also heard that the stores are usually empty of stock, and the management thought they could sell exactly the same stuff as the US stores, charge a lot more, and people here would buy it! NOT!

Anyway, to get back on topic, one thig I'm not doing this summer is shopping there! I just got back from a farmers' market with a big basket of peas, so I will be eating them straight from the pod until I finish them. Much nicer than any candy.

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trugasCA
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Message Posted: Jul 13, 2014 11:30:30 AM

Morning:
Baylee, what's that about Target?
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Message Posted: Jul 12, 2014 7:36:09 PM

Jetta Pilot, that trip sounds wonderful! I always wanted to do the Agawa Canyon, but I think that line has been shut for good. But I did get to Chirchill, Man. once, in the beginning of Nov. to see polar bears. As well, there were some great Northern lights displays. There is a train line to there as well, but it would have taken forever.

Walmart opened here several years ago, but I've never shopped at one. And Target is busy at losing their shirts after some very strange business decisions. Too bad, eh?
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Message Posted: Jul 12, 2014 12:13:27 PM

I found out the big orange bugs are grape vine eaters. I will kill them on sight from now on. some of the little black ones Ive seen around, prove to be leaf eaters too. I must have knocked 30 of them into my bucket. We have not had a flea problem here this year. Maybe the hard cold winter killed them off. I did find one tick on the dog & promptly worked it off her & killed it.

I have been a Sam's Club member for 16 years, but a few weeks ago the wife & I got a Costco membership. Sam's discontinued a couple things I use all the time & Costco seems to have better & more healthy stuff, and they are closer to the house in an area we shop at a lot.
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Message Posted: Jul 12, 2014 10:29:15 AM

Morning:
Housekeeper just returned from trip. She has a dog. She found a tick she said on my floors when swiffering. I have never had a tick here. I do bring in pincher bugs in the seed pods once in awhile.
Hope we don't have ticks. If so, l am getting the insect man to spray the inside of this apt.

I joined the much put down (by me) Costco. I got my over the counter drugs at way lower prices than Walmart. But they don't carry everything..such as plant food. l went online to price Miracle grow water soluable food and found even Target beat Walmart at this. Thank goodness for the internet. I can make sure l get the lowest price around. Costco is good for large families or people who don't like to shop often, but for a single person, the 12 to a package fruits are just not a good idea. If I can freeze what l buy, then fine. Or like the coupons for water filters etc, that works too. But their gas prices are same most places or even beat by Rotten Robbie's 10c off per gallon.

Right Jetta Pilot, but l also said any plans as well as trips. Plans include day to day activities too. Smile. I should have been more clear. Good luck on your trip, it sounds spectacular.



[Edited by: trugasCA at 7/12/2014 10:34:08 AM EST]
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Message Posted: Jul 12, 2014 10:08:39 AM

To get this topic back on track about summer trips !!!!!!!!

Monday morning I will be driving about 500 miles north and then on Tuesday take a 5 1/2 hour train trip to Moosonee at the bottom of James Bay and at the edge of the Arctic.
This will be the furthest north I will ever be with my feet on the ground.

[Edited by: Jetta_Pilot at 7/12/2014 10:10:07 AM EST]
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Message Posted: Jul 11, 2014 9:25:37 PM

Playtime, dirt girl is very knowledgeable about bugs, or can probably tell you a good website to look at. Or does your area have any agricultural agents? Around here they are beginning to worry about ticks and the various diseases they can carry, but I'm glad to say we haven't seen any. The public health people want them saved and turned in so they can be tested for yucky diseases.
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Message Posted: Jul 11, 2014 7:17:00 PM

For the past few weeks Ive been chasing Japanese Beatles around with a bucket of soapy water, knocking them off the bushes into the bucket. It seems like I'm actually effecting their population as it now takes me all week to get as many in the bucket as I got the first time out.

The harder I look for them the more I notice other bugs on the bushes & grape vines & wonder if they are good or bad for the plants, or local environment. I found 3, inch long beetle looking things that are orange with a few black dots on them. Kinda like a great huge lady bug. Two of them were trying to mate when they were knocked into my bucket.

I guess I'll have to Google them.
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Message Posted: Jul 9, 2014 11:50:44 PM

Our construction work will probably start next week. Worst part is that we need to have it done, and pay for it, but there will be not much visible change when it's finished. Oh well!
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Message Posted: Jul 9, 2014 10:11:06 PM

Talk of broom handles, l take all l see in the dumpster, brooms, mops whatever, and unscrew them or saw if l have to and use them to prop up plants, esp tomatoes, cos those tomato rings are just worthless. Smile.
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Message Posted: Jul 9, 2014 6:42:17 PM

I'm loving the fresh fruit this year too.

I had a productive evening last night. I had an hatchet & a rubber mallet that needed new handles put on them. I put a longer handle on the hatchet. Its about half way between an axe & hatchet length now. For the rubber mallet I used an old broom handle at work that I had cut off to do something else with. Its handle is now a bit longer then it was before too.

I noticed some screws loose on the door hinge going from the house to the garage. After tightening them the door now closes very smoothly. I had to push it hard to close it before.

I sure was tired after a busy day at work & then all that added to it. I'm glad tomorrow is my last day at work for the week.
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Message Posted: Jul 9, 2014 12:51:40 PM

Morning:
That sounds like a perfect weekend for a family. Smile. Active and fun and together.

YUP, another good thing that has gone bad or been made bad. Don't know which or why, but does seem like when something good comes along, someone has to spoil it.
Way off the main subject, but there was talk of an exercise area for the dogs in the complex. They could be let off leash and could run and play. One neighbor nixed it and got her neighbors to say no, because of the noise. I drive by a city dog park and never hear a sound. But there you go. Most of the dog owners here are old (have to be over 60 to live here) walk slowly and the poor doggies never get to run and exercise. Tho a few break the leash rules and we throw a ball for them to chase.

Summertime..so much fresh fruit and my freezer is stuffed with frozen fruit as well. But fresh is what l want now, and l should go buy it as it is so cheap and l love it so.
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Message Posted: Jul 6, 2014 10:02:59 AM

Unions were very useful years ago. But I think their usefulness has nearly run out. I'm glad for what they accomplished back then. Companies now treat their employees much better then they did back then. But a company can only give as much as the economy dictates.

We have had a good 4th of July weekend here. We went out and saw a few fireworks. Had a fire in the back yard, went bike riding in the park, barbequed & ate some good food. I need to fix some things today.
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Message Posted: Jul 6, 2014 8:50:14 AM

Morning:
How goes it? I am fine, lazy, but fine. Glad l no longer have to deal with work place issues, and l realize union or not , there are issues.
Not being in the work force any longer, but still read the news etc., and seems to me that most if not all, unions have been broken down or gotten rid of completely.
Those that are left l am hearing, from my housekeeper and a son and now you 2many, are not effective anymore. It is too bad. In my youth l saw a lot of blood shed, literally, to get unions in places just to get normal working conditions.
No paid vacations, or sick leave back then. No overtime. So l see much improvement. Companies hired THUGS to beat your door down and run you out of town if you were trying to get a union. That happened to me and my family in Westwood CA at a logging mill.
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Message Posted: Jul 4, 2014 3:05:08 PM

I'm sure there are unions that are better then the one I'm in. Ive worked in union & non union jobs. Both have their pluses & minuses. There is no perfect solution. But there are times when you have to look at your situation and realize who did what for us & why.
I will say that when our company was bought, they could have layed us all off & allowed us all to apply for our jobs again or not. The union did keep that from happening. I do try to give them credit when its due. I just feel there are few area's where they did everything they could for us.
I can't remember the last time we saw our union rep. I don't even know his name or what he looks like. The guy before him was good, but he retired a couple years ago.
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Message Posted: Jul 4, 2014 1:19:22 PM

We are going to have some work done on the property -- the main contender for getting the contract has come back, 2nd visit, to check over what needs to be done. So I think that will take up most of our extra cash for this year. Needs to be done, though, and then we can get the benefit of what will be improved.
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Message Posted: Jul 4, 2014 11:52:15 AM

Morning:
Don't put the union down, because they probably got the "occurance" rule and graduating vacations so long ago and you are still benefitting by them. Companies, no matter how kind or generous, don't voluntarily give extra benefits more than other surrounding companies. In other words no more than they have to give.

I am a long time viewer of unions and non union situations way back when. I am 83.
I am enjoying the weather and beautiful plants. l have some glads given me last year, and l saw yellow ones blooming in front of a vacant apt and helped myself to 3 or 4. Wrong time to pull the bulbs, but the opportunity will pass as soon as the apt is rented.

I am shopping again (still). That is my main pastime at this age.
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Message Posted: Jul 3, 2014 6:29:25 PM

That is really amusing... I'm going to have to Google that religion, Ive never heard of it before.
We are a union shop, not that our union is worth a crap. But our company has been a good company. Airlines have a tendency to struggle in bad economies, & ours is no different there. But there have been some great fringe benefits over the years.
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Message Posted: Jul 2, 2014 7:55:41 PM

Playtime, a friend of ours used to have a civil-service job. They all get the Stat. holidays, plus they can declare a different religion and get all of those days off too. She studied up and decided that the best religion (the one that gained the most alternate religious holidays) was Zoroastrianism. Not that she ever tried that ploy - but it was amusing!
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Message Posted: Jul 2, 2014 6:12:15 PM

Not to mention, that 7 weeks off went on one "occurrence".
You have to have 7 or more occurrences to be terminated for calling in sick to much. Normally guys take 3 days off per Occurrence. I'm not one to ride the 6 occurrence rule. But there are those who do.

I was also reminded that with my years of service I get 5 weeks of vacation next year.

Anyway you can see how if one worked the system, you can sure end up with a lot of days off.

[Edited by: playtimeCLE at 7/2/2014 6:14:16 PM EST]
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Message Posted: Jul 2, 2014 3:48:04 PM

Playtime, 3 months off wow. After all the time off with the wrist as well, you are practically retired. Smile.

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Message Posted: Jul 1, 2014 6:29:41 PM

Maybe we should rename June, to say... Speedy? lol...

I scheduled one week of vacation for late August. Then quite unintentionally, after the secretary posted the updated vacation schedule, I scheduled two more weeks for Sept & Oct, forcing her to update it again.

Opps, lol... Sometimes its not nice to mess with the secretary. She laughingly scolded me for my timing. Good thing we get along. lol...
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Message Posted: Jun 30, 2014 11:10:42 AM

Baylee: l do the open/close door routine early morning, myself. That way l don't have to turn on a/c til later than most. Sometimes l have to put on a sweater coz the cool air outside coming in is so effective. Not long before l can take the sweater off tho.
I did my summertime activity already today...watering. Smile.
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Message Posted: Jun 30, 2014 11:00:20 AM

We don't have AC, so we juggle fans and opening/closing windows and doors. And yes, June has gone by very quickly!
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Message Posted: Jun 29, 2014 4:41:08 PM

Sneakers l just turned my a/c on. Supposed to be 90 today. Don't like over 82 or so.
Playtime, might as well make it 3 months. Too bad you can't hold them over and build for a long vacation.
What happened to June? I blinked. It's gone. That's the way it happens when you get old, so use your time to have fun and enjoy life while you can get around nicely. Actually l am walking to mail room and back daily with no pain. It's wonderful.
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Message Posted: Jun 29, 2014 1:39:10 PM

I'm staying cocooned under the air conditioning and probably will until October.
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Message Posted: Jun 29, 2014 11:42:41 AM

After having 7 weeks off work for my wrist, I now realize the year is half over and I have 4 weeks of vacation & 2 personal days to use. I better just get it all scheduled & try to have some fun this year.

Were supposed to have a few friends over & have a fire in the back yard for the 4th of July. Maybe I should take a day off to get ready for that.
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Message Posted: Jun 28, 2014 8:43:26 PM

Fantastic Baylee. Works out great for you in a practical way. I like sun tea while l am not a hot tea drinker.
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Message Posted: Jun 27, 2014 2:55:44 PM

Oregon vacation
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Message Posted: Jun 27, 2014 11:56:52 AM

Tru, I like sun tea partly because it is fun watching it steep. But also we have a propane stove, and it's an older one, with 3 pilot lights. So generally during the summer weather I just turn it off -- we save on propane and just use the microwave, rice cooker, toaster oven and small crockpot instead. So by making sun tea I help to save at least two barbecue tanks full of propane. We do use a bit more hydro, but that is also balanced by turning off the water heater and using a coil of black plastic pipe outside in the sun. So we have free hot water all summer, too.
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Message Posted: Jun 27, 2014 11:21:47 AM

Morning:
I have made sun tea and it is delicious. But now (that l have time on my hands) i wonder, why? Why not just make it like in winter? Is it to save energy, or to make it taste better? Does it? I did it coz it was kinda neat watching the sun work.
Boy is it overcast here. Suppose to start warming up. May be fog that needs to burn back first.
Summertime weather here. A m fog then turns out hot. Going to be 89 to 90 sunday.
Yep it;s fog and starting to see a little sun working it's way thru.
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Message Posted: Jun 26, 2014 11:10:24 PM

I'm back to my summertime occupation of making sun tea. I'd love to figure out a solar oven to cook other foods, too. I had a metal pot out in the sun this aft and it was so hot that touching it nearly burned my hands!
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Message Posted: Jun 25, 2014 7:39:12 PM

Good evening! We are almost finished getting some plumbing repairs done -- yay!

Tru, people don't need to be mobile to usher -- most who do it just sit at a desk and sell tickets, or at the entrance and collect those same tickets! If necessary someone else can find a specific seat. But most venues that use volunteer ushers also have open seating, so that is rarely necessary.
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Message Posted: Jun 25, 2014 6:08:23 PM

Never tried the ushering thing. Ive always assumed that ushers were employees of the event venue. Most ushers don't look like the type that would like our music, but some people are more open minded then you think.

I'm going to try putting my name on the overtime list at work & do some 3rd shift work on my weekends. With any luck I can catch up all the bills with in a couple months doing that. We'll see how it goes.
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Message Posted: Jun 25, 2014 5:16:08 PM

I have an ushering gig this weekend. 30 minutes of escorting patrons to their seats, then sit down to watch a production of Les Miserables.
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Message Posted: Jun 25, 2014 10:18:36 AM

Morning:
Ushering was suggested to me by a chiropractor when l said l couldn't afford to go to all the things at the center. But l never looked into it. That was 8 years ago and now l couldn't do it anyway.
There are firecrackers already going off here and there and l understand the dogs are really upset. I dislike anything other than sponsored fireworks.
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Message Posted: Jun 24, 2014 10:56:53 PM

Playtime, have you tried to volunteer to usher at any concerts? We have gone to scores of concerts, all free, by agreeing to get there early and hand out programmes or sell tickets. Check out a few smaller groups in your town and see if they need anyone, then you can work your way to other groups as well. It doesn't work for places with paid ushering staff, but those are in the minority. And the same goes for theatre, including fringe festivals. Generally for those you get a free t-shirt as well -even better!
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Message Posted: Jun 24, 2014 8:32:23 PM

Mr. Diva and I are cruising to the Eastern Caribbean next month.
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Message Posted: Jun 23, 2014 3:39:04 PM

Bjpj, Lucky dogs. l would have to fly across the country to get to the ship. Actually Bahamas are only place left l wanted to go. l booked a train around the country and a hotel there and got sick. l got money back from train, but not the hotel. They kept my hundred.
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Message Posted: Jun 23, 2014 6:52:50 AM

We have already been on Vacation we went to the Bahamas to Freeport and Nassau we had a Great time
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