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Old 09-11-2014, 11:02   #1
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Car Repair in Not-So-Exotic Places

For all those cruisers doing boat repair in exotic places.... today, in land-locked Ohio, I get to scrape the deer guts off the bottom of my car. Been to the power washer once and the car wash twice already today.

Crab pots versus unavoidable deer carcasses in the middle of the road... hmmm....

Gotta get out of this state As Soon As the young one graduates high school next year...

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Nothing left for the freezer?
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I just missed one two weeks ago today. Luckily traffic was light. Better than hitting one on the run though.
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I learned to not follow cars closely on a motorcycle this way, having a dead deer just "appear" from underneath a pickup truck and right in front of you can really get the adrenalin going.
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