Foo - Something really dosen't like us
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My Dad an I go out to the landfill to dump the shed we tore down at my Grandma's and the junk inside it, too. Anywho, we get through the mud at the Landfill fine and empty it out fine, despite being stung by a bastard Yellow Jacket. We're comming out and I hear a loud noise, sounding like a shotgun. Guess what it was.. Blown out tire, in shin deep mud.. Evidently, the spare tires acess port thing on the F150 isn't operable.. It was broken. so changing the tire wasn't an option, and I didn't agree with doing it on such a unreliable surface anyway. I get my cell and call up Stans Towing and he decides to be a girly man and won't come, so we ask this Bulldozer guy to push us via the back of the trailer, so he gets behind us and gives us a push and we get to more solid ground. Then someone wants to help, they can't get the tire and before you know it 5 guys have tired. It's deamed screwed up. So I call up another place and the guy will come out, he arrives in about 30 minutes.. He lowers his flatbed and I drive the truck up on it and then hook the trailer up to his hitch on his dolly lift. and we're off. The Kelly Safari tires are still under warranty so all is good.
That concludes my day.
08-11-05, 02:19 PM
I keep saying it: Them derelict sheds are a menace to society.
08-11-05, 02:21 PM
Next time, pray for a tornado to carry it away!
Wouldn't be to hard, old 50 year old aluminum shed.. Eh, I suppose the only good thing is that we suceeded in getting it dumped!
08-11-05, 07:55 PM
Dude, aluminum recycles for around $0.25 a pound. If you'd found a metal yard nearby, you probably could've gotten $20 just for seperating the aluminum pieces from the rest of the trash.
Dude, aluminum recycles for around $0.25 a pound. If you'd found a metal yard nearby, you probably could've gotten $20 just for seperating the aluminum pieces from the rest of the trash. ... I didn't care, It was to much to carry, and we don't own any working wiresnips to cut it with anymore. Heh, someone took it up anyway. Let them have the 20.
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