Sunday, April 27, 2008

A MAN'S MAN


The Dyer Girls just had a Girls weekend in Park City. Dad came... We did manly things... like trim the trees more....I could not get dad to put on a harness...scared me to death..cause I just got finished healing from my last fall out of a tree WITH a harness.

We had quite a few visits to home depot... and could be called... Plumbers, Gardners, Electritians, Construction workers, Maids, and general handymen... but mostly men.

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Carrie Vs. the CB 550 Supersport

My sister in law on my Cafe Racer...

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Did you know that a CB 550 weights 423 lbs?

Monday, April 21, 2008

Powerful toys make me look way handsomer


Working the camera angles.. Thanks mary!


This is how best to get hurt while riding a fast racing machine

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Sunday, April 20, 2008

What a Looker!


Well Lauren is gone again this weekend. I feel a pattern emerging... waiting once again for the return of a incredably fantastic and attractive spouse... hurry home darling... your loving stay at home husband!
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Sunday, April 13, 2008

Better then lifting wieghts

So if you're looking for a way to feel like a man... and the hair on your back is not doing it for you... may I suggest power tools. This is my new set. (minus the little drill in the front). It will Inspire you, you will think up manly projects that sooth the brute mind and bring fulfillment in the midst of office work and estrogen.

Lately im in the business of looking for amazing deals on tools. Not only do you feel totally warm inside about owning tools, you feel clever for paying less. Im now looking at air compressors. I think I will set my price range at $75 bones... Im looking for around 2 HP and an 10 gallon tank min ... I want around 5 cfm too. this will be a VERY hard find, perhaps impossible.. Ill keep you updated.
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Tree 1, Shane 0

Well I decided I needed to trim some of my huge silver maples out front. ( I have 6 of them) and my over grown apple tree.
The first 2 I did'nt use any ropes, and i managed just fine with my new craftsmen professional cordless tools (20v lithum set for only $140) I used my reciprocating saw pictured below on my hip.

on tree number 3, I was thinking that I was pressing my luck so i decided rope up. I got out my climbing gear and put up some saftey lines. all was going well. Until a 6 inch diameter rotted branch broke from under me.. it happened so fast I didnt have time to think.

And this is the exstent of my injurys. dont be fooled... it still hurts. but my advice to world is when trimming very large silver maples... wear a harness and use some saftey lines.. I would have been so hurt if I fell to the ground 15 feet to a pile mean branches and hard ground. Today Im a lucky boy.

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Saturday, April 05, 2008

Lucy Lou


Reasons to own this dog:
She can walk on her hind legs.
She makes my wife really really happy.
She may be able to bite an intruder, but probably only once before being dominated.
She trys to run faster then her legs can handle so she crashes. Its really funny, and endearing.

Thats about it for now. I'll keep you updated.




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