What are you doing today?

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by fnkmstr, May 17, 2020.

  1. richiek65

    richiek65 Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    Ran over a few songs for a possible rehearsal next week, studied for my next rank promotion , now about to shop for wedding anniversary present
     
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  2. Chiogtr4x

    Chiogtr4x Poster Extraordinaire

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    Just following the VA Phase 1 according to governor.
    Except for Northern Virginia ( highest population density).where I live, VA ' opened up a bit' on Friday - which allows for very controlled social distancing to restaurants and local biz.
    NoVa will do the same at the end of May.
    So, I will basically gig, where I am allowed to by guidelines - which means outside, for now/at a distance
     
  3. bcorig

    bcorig Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    Two hours working on the transition from You Never Give Me Your Money to One Sweet Dream (unsuccessful) and learning I Want You She’s So Heavy (successful). Two Hours working on Death Certificate criteria for COVID-19 and then the rest of the day watching Kill Bill Vols 1 & 2 and then Hitman.
    All in all productive.
     
  4. MrCairo46

    MrCairo46 Friend of Leo's

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    I know exactly where it is . My Son in law is going to attend RTS starting July.
     
  5. Lonn

    Lonn Friend of Leo's

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    Sitting in bed drinking coffee and reading what YOU guys are doing. Hoping to pick up a couple of guitars later today, we'll see.
     
  6. Bob M

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    Putting out bark mulch. Killing time to Thursday when I pick up my SJ200.
     
  7. ZenGuitarist

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    Mission accomplished. The colour of the Tele that Chrissie is playing is almost certainly CAR. Other notable details were the mirrored pickguard, 3-barrel saddle, rosewood fingerboard, and tight jeans. Hmmm, I think I need to watch the concert again to confirm those details . . .
     
  8. stxrus

    stxrus Friend of Leo's

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    Waiting for the plumbers and kitchen guys to show up. Around 9:00 so about 20 minutes or so
    Gotta move vehicles so there’s room for everybody. It’ll be great when it’s finished but it’s a major PITA right now
     
  9. ZenGuitarist

    ZenGuitarist Tele-Holic

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    My hairstylist is still closed so I plan to give myself my first self-haircut today. That should be interesting.
     
  10. Bob Womack

    Bob Womack Tele-Afflicted

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    Today I am commuting my DAW back and forth to and from work, via a trio of dongles. I spent the morning mixing a group of songs at the studio and am now in a corporate zoom meeting from home. We\ll see what the rest of the day pans out as.

    Bob
     
  11. Big Lug

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    Whatever I end up doing today you can bet these two scallywags will be nearby...

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  12. stormsedge

    stormsedge Friend of Leo's Gold Supporter

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    Still working on the porch gym.
     
  13. JeffBlue

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    73 degrees will be the high today, so I cleared it with the wife.........I'll be taking a nice ride on my Harley Davidson. I figure either north or south on the coastal route. Beautiful west coast ride. So.....now I have to decide, Malibu?......Ventura?........or Dana Point? Decisions.
     
  14. BigDaddyLH

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    About to call the furnace guy. We keep our furnace fan going even when the furnace isn't running to provide air circulation in the house. Yesterday morning there was a buzzer going off from the furnace fan area. Not duct buzzing, but a distinct buzzer sound. Anyone know what that is? I googled and the advice I read was either that the fan motor is about to go, or it may need to be oiled.
     
  15. dkmw

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    This thread needs food and pics. Here’s the ribs I just put on 20 minutes ago.

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    I got a good hour workout on the pole saw earlier. Hacking at my jungle is an ongoing project.
     
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  16. tah1962

    tah1962 Friend of Leo's

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    Fishing

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  17. Peegoo

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    I'm doing a veneer repair on a 1942 Lane 'waterfall top' cedar chest. The cedar veneer on the back edge of the lid had some big chips missing, so I had to get some matching veneer, cut out the bad area, and glue in the new stuff. I'm taking a break while the finish cures.

    Matching the new color with the old is an art form in itself. And finishing it is a whole 'nuther challenge, because you don't want the repair to look brand new; it won't match the aged appearance of the rest of the piece.

    It's one of the reasons repairs on vintage furniture (and guitars) is so expensive. It takes lots of time and plenty of practice before you get any good at it.
     
  18. DFB1

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    I'm working on finishing a Tele body,and painting a Pacifica 112 body.
    The Pacifica was a beat up freebie.

    I am also working on a duck house. I picked up plywood for the walls,and floor this morning.

    Later today/tonight motorcycle ride.
     
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