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Old 01-09-2022, 02:23 AM
Denny@kdvineyards.com Denny@kdvineyards.com is offline
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Location: Northern Sonoma County, Wine country
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Hello Iím Dennis from northern Sonoma county. Love reading about all the projects you all are doing. I try to limit myself to no more than 9 items on the to do list. Lately my goal is to get rid of 10 things/day. Even if itís paper clips or fence staples. After all our fires and the drought I realized life to short to be burdened storing junk that just gets in the way. If itís mechanical my son and I can usually fix it. Sometimes you just need to know what a dohicky is called so you can find or copy the part. Lucky to have a full shop except for a drop hammer. Just remember when you hear hoofbeats it usually is horses and not zebras. Meaning is it plugged in, turned on, fully connected or in the right order before you start tearing into stuff.
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