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    dehydrated water is great and very convenient--------------------- just add water
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    What's the shelf life? Does it need to B in a sealed container?


    Shelf life DEPENDS on the container, you save a lot by supplying your own.



    What the heck was Viking saying about doing something both ways????


    Powdered or UNpowdered dehydrated water.
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    thankx for 'splainin that, Viking, I was getting concerned
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    Ohhhhhhhh....... lQQk @ the time ............ time to go to the snooooooze room.

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    hmmmm. Thought maybe you had been out on the big barge too long again, Viking !!!!!!! How was this trip????
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    Illinois river VERY low, we had to run lite on fuel (less draft) and run very slow so the groundings were easier to back off of, hope it rains lots up there this month, other than that it was uneventful.
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    Been raining off and on here for a week, all of our shallow lakes and ponds are making a heck of a comeback. Wish the same could be said for the Missouri River, still way down. Good having ya back, Viking.
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    Thanks Dave, have been busy but I still come around from time to time.
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    parts for 67 ranchero

     



    Have a few parts for sale.Quqrters are rusted at the bottom. I have hood, both fenders, power steering
    linkage and steering box,under the dash AC stuff,top of dash original 6000rpm
    tach, back glass, doors W/O door glass,rear tailight asemblies( no bezels),
    3.0 gear rear end with 5 leaf suspension, rear bumperr,tail gate,top of the
    bed chrome pieces, original tined windshield, front brakes drum. I also have a
    pair of bucket seats that will fit the 67 that have the little headrest on top
    of the seat.

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    Re: Fuel for sale

     



    Originally posted by Dave Severson
    55 gal. drum of sailboat fuel, $2.85 per gallon. COD. Sold my sailboat, don't need it anymore.
    Hey Dave, I was futzing around in my shed the other day and found two buckets of prop wash and 25 yards of flight line from my Air Force days. I really don't need them any more, maybe we could set up a stand on the highway and sell our stuff together. Viking could join in with his water too if he wanted.

    Let me know which highway you think we would get the most traffic on...

    Pat
    Of course, that's just my opinion, I could be wrong!

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    Originally posted by Dave Severson
    ok, that's what I thought. Sounds like good water. Take a check??? I found a checkbook in an old car we crushed last week, lots of checks yet.
    O.K. ......... I'll take a check iffn' U haven't thrown 'em out yet.
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    Should work good, Pat. Lots of highways between here and there, pick one.

    No checks left Pro, sent the last one to Pat for a deposit on the prop wash.
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