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Old 04-19-2012, 12:54 PM   #551 (permalink)
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maybe he`ll sell the old shack, I need a place to live out there
Yeah, he would. Definitely look him up. Although, you'd probably have to do like he did and live at the "dry camping" RV park that he's at. he got kicked out of everywhere else!

But yeah, last night he said he'd be open to selling Hoboshack 1.0 and the price would depend on how he knew the person. If it was a Pirate guy, I'm sure he'd pass on the love in a reasonable price.
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Old 04-27-2012, 06:35 PM   #552 (permalink)
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Josh said it rained and got a little muddy in Willisuck. LOL

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Old 04-27-2012, 06:47 PM   #553 (permalink)
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I didn't read the whole thread but is he renting a spot at a farm? Doesn't look like there is too much around. You couldn't pay me to live near Williston right now.
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Old 04-27-2012, 07:14 PM   #554 (permalink)
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Did he ever get his front end repaired?
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Old 04-27-2012, 08:26 PM   #555 (permalink)
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Put a wood stove in that bitch.

Lots of work to put into starting with such a small camper, but keep up the good work.
Less space to heat. But insulation goes a long way.
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Old 04-29-2012, 03:09 PM   #556 (permalink)
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Damn man your new digs are super nice .... glad shits working out .... by the way im moving too so if you ever roll thru denver would love to buy you a beer.
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Old 04-30-2012, 02:22 PM   #557 (permalink)
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I didn't read the whole thread but is he renting a spot at a farm? Doesn't look like there is too much around. You couldn't pay me to live near Williston right now.
There's nothing there except flat land and wind. Basically he's living at an "RV Park" outside of town. It's a field for dry camping. But at least he and the dogs have a place to be without fear of getting kicked out.

He's happy to have a paycheck coming in, but as far as the Dakotas, he hates the area.

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Did he ever get his front end repaired?
I asked him about that the other day. He has the parts, but I guess labor rates for someone to set the gears and stuff are 3 to 4 times what they'd be anywhere else. Since he's got no pressing need to have 4WD, he's holding off for the time being. His focus right now is going to be paying off the MH as quick as he can.
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Old 06-15-2012, 11:16 AM   #558 (permalink)
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how are things working out? ....... you still slinging parts or out in the field pumping black gold?
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Old 06-27-2012, 10:08 PM   #559 (permalink)
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how are things working out? ....... you still slinging parts or out in the field pumping black gold?



Still alive, slingin' parts & shouldering a few other responsibilities around the store. Their having a hard time modernizing their large, but fairly outdated store & systems. The store makes about what a big city Home Depot makes a day - not including the heavy duty truck parts store next door to us, same owner. The gun store (lots of LWRC goodness) alone pulls $750,000, it's in the parts store, facing my 'office'. We move $3 million+ a month, $5 million+ with the truck store.
We are fucking busy.
Anyhow, I remodeled, built, set, reset, etc - large box stores, to small town pharmacies (and some crazy ones in Detroit) for the last 10 years or so. I'm applying that experience by tearing down & remodeling the store on Sundays, bit by bit, with a small team. Beyond that I coordinate the special ordering system & have become the liaison between the various branches & buildings of the store(s), putting out fires & in general streamlining communication & efficiency.
Asked for a raise today, I've shouldered these new responsibilities for a couple of months now, successfully. Seems like an appropriate time . . .
I'm homesick as can be, miss my buddies - almost 7 months in.
Motorhome is treating me well, I've been renting the rape shack out, it's paid my rent the last couple of months, haha
Thanks again Slangy
Jeep has a seriously cracked windshield & I've had both headlights broken by road debris
Driving here is hectic - I only stay in Williston as long as I absolutely must. I'm gonna need some aggressive chains for the winter. Hopefully a beater to put them on as well. Anybody have a Swift, or a Metro for sale ? An AWD turbo Justy Maybe ?
The jeep drinks $75 to $100 in gas a week, it's about 60 to 70 miles a day round trip. The motorbike is out of the question here, so a fuel sipping mini car is the next best thing, economy wise.
Anyhow, I'm tired & morning is coming way too fast . . . Thanks again everyone, sorry I don't post much - reception is fairly sketchy at camp.
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shit, get yourself a bone stock samurai. that way you'd still have 4wd.
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new question,........

does either of your "shacks" have any signage signifying the "hobo rape" status of either?
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Old 11-12-2012, 09:52 PM   #563 (permalink)
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Are you guys keeping the Baker Hughes shop in parts and filters? We use napa in dickinson for our shop. I was staying at our man camp at 12 mile a few weeks ago and fracking a well NE of Tioga...
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Old 11-13-2012, 05:29 AM   #565 (permalink)
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We're got a workover rig running around the Tioga area.What operator are you guys fracking for?
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Old 11-13-2012, 06:43 AM   #566 (permalink)
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We're got a workover rig running around the Tioga area.What operator are you guys fracking for?
That was a Petro Hunt job, we also frack for Abraxas, Marathon, Fidelity, EOG, couple other companies...
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He is back here in OR. I saw him a few weeks ago.
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That was a Petro Hunt job, we also frack for Abraxas, Marathon, Fidelity, EOG, couple other companies...
Yup. My Tioga rig is on a Petro Hunt location right now, doing a drill out.
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I know that St James (Josh) made the trek back to the Pacific NW. I think that Josh wasn't wired for the absense of hills and forest...

He's been here in the Pacific NW for a bit. And recently he got a work gig in Central Oregon (which seems to be a bit more squatter friendly! LOL)
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Are you guys keeping the Baker Hughes shop in parts and filters? We use napa in dickinson for our shop. I was staying at our man camp at 12 mile a few weeks ago and fracking a well NE of Tioga...
They gave me the wrong fawking oil filter. Said I had 2000 camry 4 clyinder and they gave me a filter for a 2004 camry 4 cylinder. Pissed me off halfway through my oil change when I saw the numbers didn't match. Been doing my oil changes outside in the weather.
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same filter for oo and o4 if they are both 4cyl.
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same filter for oo and o4 if they are both 4cyl.
1394 is the correct filter. Your wrong, mine is a 2.2L and the 2004 is a 2.4L. 7145 is what they gave me.

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