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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Buck_wheat, Oct 29, 2010.
You mean "bye bye the poly and I"?
Arlo Guthrie is singing "This Land is Your Land" at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and I think my brain hurts.
Can't really say 1975 was a cut off date, since the music evolved into RAP, which I declare as the day music died.
Re. the Poly though, if a house down here has been built prior to 1975 chances of finding Poly is far greater that those built after.
I find these mostly East of "Dixie Highway" prior to the great Westen expansion that ultimately laid waste to huge tracts of natural wetlands out by the everglades.
It's about 10 AM, I'm going to take a pre-thanksgiving dinner nap so that I can avoid helping my wife in the kitchen... enjoy your day
It's 78 degrees (F) and moving into the low 80's here in paradise.
I got two words for you, pal ~ Fire Ants
Chilly here, but at least we have sunshine.
Bah! Bring on the football and roasted dead animals....
How's the wife's wrist?
Just about healed, thanks, Michael. She can help with the dishes, at last.
i liked arizona when there, but the lack of turf really mad me sad. i could not live there
Some of the best looking golf courses I've ever seen, though.