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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by supercuts, Jul 31, 2009.
Cool picture of your kid...You sure you're not overloading that lift??
I love your F-350 with the v-plow. I literally have the twin to that truck. Only difference is that i put a salter in my truck.
hope your having better luck with yours. mine is a piece
The truck or the plow?
the 08 f350. lots of problems
here are a few pics, first is my friend living under my garage. Next is the the tornado that ripped through monson mass on the 1st and was rated an EF3. Crazy that happeped in new england
I think I heard that the Tornado was like one of the first ever to his Mass or the first to actually touchdown and cause the damage it did? What is the story with that?
the news said every 20 years or so Mass gets a big one. I think it was 78' Windsor locks, CT got nailed and flipped over alot of the planes at Bradley International Airport. It is so wierd to see that around here. The pictures really dont do it any justice. beyond all the house debris there is much much worse tree drebris. imagine trying to cut up a tree while looking for you belongings.
I feel for you landscapers up there. I saw several mowers/trailers bent up badly.
Supercuts, pretty crazy up there in Monson huh? I live in Westfield, and work for Westfield Fire, we came back into the city from an ambulance call when we were thrown right into where the entire path of destruction started... Completely surreal...
this pic is for you then, US Army took over all monson calls. the guys are too busy. my buddy lives in monson and works for wilbraham FD. I was a jolly volly for 15 years and have seen alot including a plane hit a house. this is simply unimaginable
I finally organized my shop after 2 1/2 years. I built shelves so they were the perfect height and depth so i could see all the cans. Put up some peg boards and had to plywood the walls which was only insulation so i could hang all my tool. I cant stand a mess and have been dealing with it for years. I took a whole week off to get it done