"tanks" BUNKER ACTIVITY

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Wilbor
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Re: "tanks" BUNKER ACTIVITY

Post by Wilbor » Fri Sep 29, 2017 9:16 am

That's a steep ramp :shock:
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Post by Keith Morris » Fri Sep 29, 2017 9:35 am

Wilbor wrote:
Fri Sep 29, 2017 9:16 am
That's a steep ramp :shock:
"tanks" here---
Yes, but it fits the available space and is better than the steps.
Keith

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Post by Dot » Sat Sep 30, 2017 6:55 pm

Hey Tanks, any other type of activity at the bunker that we might like to know of :?: :oops: :twisted: ;) ;)
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Post by Keith Morris » Mon Oct 02, 2017 4:48 pm

"tanks" here----
Heavy rain on Sunday and Monday has delayed the construction of the ramps.
The materials have been purchased and transported.
The "bunker" is still open for visitors.
Keith.

White IVECO-50-C-15. Winnebago "Leisure Seeker" UHF Channel 40 - 'TANKS'
80 years of age, single (still looking), white hair, new teeth, 1 dog (Mr.Russell), no address, no money, no worries.

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Post by Keith Morris » Sat Dec 23, 2017 12:27 pm

"tanks" here---
UPDATE:-
At last I have applied the decking oil/stain ( Merbau dark color) to both the front and back ramps and landings, plus half of the dog.
After I had completed oiling the front ramp Mr. Russell decided to help me move the gear from the front landing to the back ramp and he got tangled up with the lambswool applicator.
Craig has departed "The Bunker" and has arrived safe at his destination. It was great meeting up with him in person after these many years of forum contact.
I collected another 30 Bowen mangos from the tree this morning, which is the average drop for a day.
I'm still eating turkey breast and enjoying WEIS BARS.
Keith.

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80 years of age, single (still looking), white hair, new teeth, 1 dog (Mr.Russell), no address, no money, no worries.

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Post by Craig » Sun Dec 24, 2017 1:16 am

And a fantastic visit it was Keith. Turkey dinner, beer, mangos and Weis bars and great company. Thanks again for the hospitality. Give Russell a pat for me and I see you again soon.

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Post by Greynomad » Wed Dec 27, 2017 1:56 pm

Yup! Yer can’t fault Tanks’ hospitality!
Next time we head in a Northerly direction, Dysart will be on the route plan!
Hope your Christmas was a good one, tanks.
Best wishes for the New Year from me & SWMBO (Joy)...
Regards & God bless,
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