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It's 100º out...why would everything go smoothly.

Discussion in 'General Signmaking Topics' started by Signsforwhile, Jun 21, 2012.

  1. Signsforwhile

    Signsforwhile Very Active Member

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    Had two posts to put in. Half way through the second hold found the edge of this monster! Combo hammer barely put a dent in it so we dug it out!

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  2. ColoPrinthead

    ColoPrinthead Swollen Member

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    That's a pretty big one. I do not miss digging post holes or driving t posts in 100 degree weather, but I'd do it again.
     
  3. thewood

    thewood Very Active Member

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    I feel you. I had to get out of the shop and do some installs this week. It is hot, and the ground is dry and hard.
     
  4. skyhigh

    skyhigh Major Contributor

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    I am playing the violin for you right now..... can you hear it? :ROFLMAO:

    "The "hard" is what makes it great....If it were easy, everyone would do it"
     
  5. Mike Paul

    Mike Paul Major Contributor

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    Better than a fiber optic line... :wink:
     
  6. 2B

    2B Moderator

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    is that a snake under the rock?

    never fun when your hear/feel the it hit those lovely rocks
     
  7. SignosaurusRex

    SignosaurusRex Major Contributor

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    Of course! What makes you think you could expect anything different?
    Yes it's always half way through the last hole too isn't it?
     
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