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Author Topic: Moving Back In  (Read 2139 times)

Offline yari

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Re: Moving Back In
« Reply #60 on: October 06, 2019, 01:28:21 PM »
in the back of my mind, I thought you might find them. there was so many moving parts during the reconstruction, it just made sense things got misplaced. glad you found them

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Re: Moving Back In
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Offline BoBallistic

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Re: Moving Back In
« Reply #61 on: October 14, 2019, 05:20:25 AM »
Yari - Yea you are so right! And the action is that you have to act fast....so within 3 days of the flood, we had the entire Basement completely empty and dry and ServPro fans were going strong....man it was a mess in the basement. I probably in my haste went out an bought so many new totes small to medium size ones, that is probably what I had done, is to put the electronic is one tote.

Now, will put the game trail cameras and the rangefinders and any electronic equipment that I have for hunting in one or two totes, clearly marked. The Gun Powder is in two totes that are clearly marked on the tote "Gun Powder" on them....this should and will not every happen again, I have learned a lot from the flood. Not the bottom of the gun safes are beginning to show signs of sort rust on them, but inside it is still dry....will mount them each on wooden pallets, I have done that to one of them but need two more large pallets.....so it should make it easier to move them out viva the pallet jack.....

You are right, in the back of your mind, we all have that person that is back there we just need to listen to them a lot more!
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