The Three Amigos... Sage, Dixie & Wingnut!!!

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  1. Coastal Redneck

    Coastal Redneck Well-Known Member

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    Pulled some more home rehab over the weekend so I wouldn't dwell too hard upon the loss of Sage... :(

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    That kitchen island sure looks better all whited out, doesn't it? It used to be that ugly, dark, dingy blue color, but the white reflects more light and brightens up my home even more... which I can use after losing my friend Sage. I tried to strike a balance between decorative plates and tiles, hence the placement on that surface... I like the way they look, every visitor will know that a sailor lives in this home, LOL. That ancient ship in the last pic has my name written all over it... I'd be drinking beers and giving orders like nobody's business aboard that ship, yeah??? :whistle:

    "YOU!!! GET TO ROWING, YOU B@STARD, OR IT'S NO BEER FOR A MONTH!!!" :eek:
     
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    Some more home rehab shots:

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    I put the lizards up on those columns, they fit perfectly... that's how I'm doing this rehab number, if something fits somewhere then THAT is precisely where it goes, LOL. I finally repainted the wooden backing to the mermaids, and I put up my Dixie Land plate as well, aye? Reckon we'll have to call it the "DIXIE LAND MERMAID BAR"---that should keep EVERYBODY guessing, LOL. Damn, I LOVE living in Redneck Land, it's the best in terms of FREEDOM. There's the South Tower of the Hotel Del Coronado on that one tile, I may hang that somewhere later but for now it's resting on the bar. I also repainted the frame to the ol' galleon tile art, put 'er up on the wall by the bar so that all visitors can see 'er as they approach, and as they stand at the bar to take a shot (or two). Whaddy'all think? Looks pretty cool, yeah? :cautious:
     
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    Here's a closer view of that galleon... that tile art is primo, I always liked that number, and it has been in my family for over half a century, so it's a keeper, LOL.

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    I put up the Cremona Stradivarius poster in my room as a way of honoring me dear departed mum, she played violin for Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra. See that old pic on the dresser? There's a story behind that pic... condensed version, I met that kid aboard a Finnish steamer when I was six or seven years old, and that kid not only shared my birthday, but he was born the same year!!! Cool coincidence, and perhaps the reason we hit it off so well... we spent HOURS exploring that boat as the ship ran along some passage over there in Finland. All the folks took pics of us before the voyage ended, they also hit it off despite the language barrier. :rolleyes:

    What else do we have in this round o' pics? The Wells Fargo Pony Express plate, that always garners attention here in Arizona where so many horseback riders dwell. Then there's the pet tyrannosaur on a chain at a local RV/trailer park, he was making a statement, LOL. Actually, he's only 98% redneck, a pink plastic flamingo in his jaws would boost him to 100%, AYE??? Last but not least, we have the redneck rig in the parking lot of WallyWorld... not exactly my choice for rims and tires, but the suspension will work out by Cochise Stronghold, and the Iron Cross hubs earn extra credit. WTF, it's not a bad truck... for a Ford, LOL. o_O
     
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    Oops, forgot to mention that I'm the fooliot on the left in that steamer photo, the kid with the bad haircut and no sense of fashion style, LOL. Here are some more recent pics, including last night's sunset:

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    There's Crackhead saying, "DUDE, WHEN'S THE BBQ???" ;)

    Dunno what kinda plant that is in the last pics, but it looks pretty cool in my yard... :cool:
     
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    Last round o' pics:

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    That's a prickly pear cactus flower, also in my yard... almost looks like a rose, I reckon me mum would've liked it, she was always a green thumb gardener. Some more decor shots back toward my room, or in my room, gotta have my wall decor, it's the only real clutter I allow myself to have, LOL. Woke up hungry this morning, so instead of the usual smoothie I made a big ol' chicken burrito for breakfast... it was goddam delicious too. WTF, I have a long day of house painting & beer drinking ahead, so I wanted something substantial, LOL. :eek:

    ALRIGHT, BOYZ, I'M OFF TO SEE THE WIZARD... THAT JACKHOLE OWES ME $100 AND I INTEND TO COLLECT, LOL. :cautious:

    CHEERS, YOUSE MONKEYBIKING HEE-ROES & CRUSTY MINI DEMONS O' DIRT!!! HASTA LUEGO!!! :red70:
     
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    Made a serious dent in the kitchen painting yesterday, gonna hammer on it now to get 'er done, I'm heartily sick of painting at this point in the home rehab... losing Sage has been tough for me, still don't know what happened to him but it doesn't look good. The youngsters I rescued in his place are livening things up a bit, which is just what the doctor ordered... both Tiger & Phoenix now stray from under the couch, with Tiger doing the most exploring, that little cat can do some tremendous leaping & climbing. Every now and then, when I'm walking down a hall or through a room at night, his form will sail across my vision directly in front of me as he bails from some high perch... crazy little cat thinks he's a bird or a jet jockey, LOL. Anyway, I took some pics for y'all, we have plants going off in riots of color, 10-4? Here we go:

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    I have one ocotillo out front, but my neighbor (elderly gal) has three which are going off, flame-tipped with orange flowers... they look pretty cool. Another neighbor (also an elderly gal) has that huge agave (pic #5), it has a spear growing out of it that looks like a medieval lance. The smaller plant in my yard (pic #2) is a young Joshua Tree, I have several in my yard. Those succulents are out on the curb, but they look cool in various colors. There's the pair o' youngsters under the couch again, the knucklehaids: Tiger on the left and Phoenix on the right. Can't leave Crackhead out of the pics, he's my #1 Kitteh now that Sage has vanished. :cautious:
     
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    Funny how things work out... even here in the high desert, upon a shelf in the Benson Public Library, this lifelong sailor finds ship models which remind me of all those voyages I made in the past:

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    That's "Old Ironsides" in several pics, along with a couple more ship models... they add a nice touch. This is actually a very nice library, given the fact that Benson is a relatively small burg... those totems can be found above the large DVD section, this library has a huge number of DVDs and they're in pretty good shape, lots of new discs and plenty of titles, while there is no charge to check 'em out. I've been watching videos in my home theater to keep myself entertained, and to keep my mind off Sage. :(
     
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    The library also has plane models, but they hang fairly high... the only way to get close-ups would be to stand on a chair, LOL. But I wanted to share pics of 'em, I know there are modelers here like Bulletproof Red69...

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    That last pic is of some astronaut patches, donated perhaps by someone involved in the space program (or retired from the space program). Might have to get some close-ups of those patches in the future, some are quite impressive. Ah, well, time to head back to the ol' hacienda and get to painting the kitchen, the sooner I knock it out, the sooner I'll never have to do it again, LOL. Apart from the sad loss of my pal Sage, I'm beginning to like this Benson burg, there's more to it than meets the eye, ya know? And when ya get right down to it, you can find everything ya need here... Sierra Vista and Tucson aren't that far away either, though I'd much prefer to run to Sierra Vista, there's less traffic in that direction. Alright, youse heroes, I'm off to paint... my FAVORITE activity, don'tcha know??? :whistle:
     
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    That library has nothin' on me!:whistle:

     

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    I have one model wooden ship and one die cast model plane! It's a pilot signed P51D Mustang model, pictured in front of a OEM 66' GT steering wheel that I luckily found for my coupe!

    THe ship was bought by my dad in Spain in 1975'; Torejon Air Force Base! I am an A. F. B R A T lived all over and It has survived manyO' moves, how I dont know.....:whistle:

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    Haha, Bulletproof Red69, I think you're right... but it's still cool to see some old school models hanging from the library ceiling. Adam-NLV, I built a P-51 model back in the day, that was a great plane, fast and maneuverable... I built all sorts of plane models in the '60s and '70s, but unlike Bulletproof Red69, my brothers & I would eventually shoot or blast even the best of finished models, LOL. Can't remember how many we torched as well, holding war games in our yard. Ah, those were the days... I remember building one beautiful tank, meticulously painting it in camo colors: it sat on a shelf in my room for a year or two before getting blown to pieces, LOL. We'd shoot models with BB & pellet rifles, stuff M-80s and other firecrackers into 'em, douse 'em in gasoline and torch 'em, etc., etc. In other words, we were NOT model model-makers, LOL... Bulletproof Red69 has a nice collection, all my brothers & I have are our memories. Maybe my brothers kept a few models intact, hard to say at this point, but we sure built quite a number of 'em back in the day, and we destroyed quite a few as well... same went for the balsa wood planes and whatnot, they usually survived one or two flights before cracking up and getting blown to pieces & torched. That dope we used on the tissue fabric burned like wildfire, LOL. Meh, enough reminiscing, I have some pics to post, I knocked out *most* of my kitchen over the past few days, still gotta widen the window sills for the kittehs and paint one or two small trim strips, otherwise it is DONE. Tough room to paint, and losing Sage kinda messed with my motivation in the process... poor ol' Sagers, still dunno what happened to him. Anyway, here are the pics:

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    Still gotta trim the plastic light covers for that florescent ceiling light, I have the panels, just haven't trimmed 'em yet. That rabbit drawing was done by my beloved niece when she was young (perhaps with a little help from her mom), I'm gonna hang it on the wall in my kitchen, there's a spot by the refrigerator which is just the right size. Here are some kitteh shots, the youngsters are doing fine and their coats are flourishing with the good food, saucers of milk, etc. Both Tiger & Phoenix have beautiful coats, but it's hard to get a shot of Phoenix since she is so shy... she IS venturing forth throughout the house, which is a good sign, but the nanosecond I reach for a camera, she's off like one of Goddard's rockets, LOL. Meh, no worries, she'll come around in due time, and I'm not forcing the issue, she can take her own sweet time about it. Here are some shots of Tiger & Crackhead:

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    "GET THAT GODDAM CAMERA OUTTA MY FACE!!!" :confused:

    LOL... in the other shot, Crackhead is saying: "DUDE, TIME TO CHANGE THE WATER IN THE BIRDBATH!!!" :cautious:

    Knucklehaid likes to drink outta the birdbath, so I change the water every day. Here's a shot taken in the "Whetstone Room" at the library, look closely and you'll see a nice view of Cochise Stronghold.

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    Okay, back in a moment with one more round o' pics... CHEERS!!! :whistle:
     
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    Oh, yeah, forgot to say that I have to rehang the door to the pantry closet, it's a louvered wooden door so I removed it from the hinges, took it outside, cleaned it up and painted it using rattle cans... it's done and it looks good, I just hafta hang it back on its hinges. So there's a gap there, but no worries, it'll look good with the door back in place... I didn't bother painting the ugly inside of the pantry closet, that'll come later, for now I just want visitors to see the outer surfaces painted. WTF, call me bourgeois, I might just leave the interior undone out of spite, LOL. :rolleyes:

    Hey, I had this small collection of drawings from the Middle East, so I decided to hang 'em in my home... I put the camel drawing over the gas range, if the unthinkable happens and I burn my lasagna in the oven, my friends and I can BBQ those camels, LOL. Probably use NAPALM for the task: KA-BOOOOOOM!!! :eek:

    "OKAY, THEY'RE DONE!!!" o_O

    [Flaming camel bits everywhere, LOL.] :cautious:

    No BBQ fork required, 10-4??? ;)

    Here are the Middle Eastern drawings, some of which will go up in my back bathroom:

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    That last drawing made it to my bar, it looks good on the side of the cabinet facing outward, LOL. Some of the drawings would be more realistic if the towelheads had explosives strapped to their bodies, aye??? That one dude is probably smoking hash in that hookah... working up the nerve to trigger the explosives down at the public market. Meh, lest some PC @$$clown accuse me of being an UGLY AMERICAN, let me point out that I've given the diaperheads their proverbial day in court... the camels in the kitchen are heller cool, while the sailing craft looks good on the bar. All visitors will know that a SAILOR lives in this home... boy, I'd sail the hell out of that craft right there, with coolers full o' beer lashed to the deck and a stainless steel BBQ mounted on the stern rail, LOL. (y)

    Going back to that whole PC thing, did y'all know that the phrase "politically correct" originated in the Communist Party? Gee, who would've THUNK it??? Pfffffffft. Sheeeeee-it, if Allah were merciful enough to return Sage to me pronto, I'd convert to Islam and start sawing off heads today... :confused:

    "ISLAM, THE RELIGION OF PEACE!!! NOW, WHERE'S MY HUSQVARNA CHAINSAW???" :whistle:

    If I'm gonna saw off heads, I'm gonna do it right, using a 6' logging model for a saw... in fact, the best way to do it would be to mount a 6' saw to either side of a John Deere tractor at the appropriate height, then drive the tractor down a split column of victims, multiple heads getting lopped off in each rank as the tractor stereo cranks that old Judas Priest tune:

    "SOME HEADS ARE GONNA ROLL..." :ninja:

    Yeah, THAT'S the way ya saw off heads... and don't y'all forget it if you convert to Islam, LOL. Reckon I'll mosey on home and finish the kitchen work, at least I have a fridge full o' food & beer for later. I'll post some more pics of my stylin' bachelor pad & mini pool hall in days to come, I wanna knock out those two bathrooms next and get 'em done, primarily so I NEVER hafta paint another room again, LOL. Of course, I'll paint the exterior of my home next year or whenever, but that'll be easy compared to all this interior cutting and rolling... probably go with white or slightly off-white to keep my home cool in the hotter months, I already put two coats of elastomeric cr@p on my roof and that stuff is white, it's also an excellent product for those home owners at this site who are considering its use. Worth every penny and every bit of effort to apply it, that elastomeric coating. :D

    ALRIGHT, YOUSE MONKEYBIKING HEE-ROES & CRUSTY MINI DEMONS O' DIRT, TIME FOR ME TO HIT THE DUSTY TRAIL... NO WORRIES, FIRST THING I'LL DO WHEN I GET HOME IS CRACK A COLD BEER, LOL. CHEERS, YOUSE KNUCKLEHAIDS!!! :red70:
     
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    Tiger lounging in a chair:

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    Looks comfortable, doesn't he? Chair's a bit thrashed, it's a $15 special from some thrift shop in Show Low, AZ, I let the cats sharpen their claws on it, no worries... when they sharpen their claws on my $1100 leather motorized reclining sofa, THAT earns caustic comments, LOL. :confused:

    I just realized that the title of this thread is obsolete... the Three Amigos are now Crackhead, Tiger & Phoenix, Sage is gone and Dixie got rehomed through the shelter in Coronado, while Wingnut was supposedly adopted out of that same shelter after his arrest. :cautious:
     
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    Well, Boyz, I've decided to buy another dirt bike, not sure whether it'll be a mini, I saw a Honda CR250 on C/L for $500, LOL. Not sure whether the seller still has it, but I'll find out... otherwise, I may buy a Honda 90, a pit bike, or a mini, I've seen ads for all on C/L. I'm looking for something to get me out to the Stronghold without thrashing my car, 10-4? I'll put the bike on the cargo carrier, drive to where the pavement ends and perhaps a bit further, then unload the bike and head toward the crags, WAHOO!!! Should be able to get some choice pics out there too, up close to the Stronghold. So I've made my decision, WTF, my knee hasn't given me much trouble lately... time to bash it again, LOL. :confused:

    CHEERS, YOUSE KNUCKLEHAIDS!!! ER, I MEAN YOUSE MONKEYBIKING HEE-ROES & CRUSTY MINI DEMONS O' DIRT!!! :red70:
     
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    I vote for the 90! All of 170 lbs.
     
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    Semi-automatic clutch motors are almost:(foolproof but its not quite the same, I miss the hand clutch! My left hand grabs a phantom clutch lever that was never there!:eek:
    lol. Not sure if that matters in your search....
     
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    Well, the Honda 90 is already sold, and there's no answer from the Craigslist Flake with the CR250, so I'm still looking... made a trip to the library this morning to get on the web and check C/L, I'm done with the kitchen anyway so I can take a day off, LOL. Right now, I'm my own boss, but I wanna get that home rehab completed, it has been three months already but I've saved a ton of money by doing most of the work myself. I lost a few days there when Sage disappeared, sure do miss my little buddy but I guess he's gone for good, breaks my heart to think he got torn to pieces by those goddam coyotes... or maybe he just crawled off to die, though he didn't seem to be in bad health. Reckon I'll never know exactly what happened to him, but I've done everything possible to try to find him again, and I gave him 15 or 16 good years before he vanished... he was somewhere around 20 years old, in human years, dunno how old that is in cat years but he had a long life. Poor ol' Sage, I suppose he's in Kitteh Heaven now... but I don't like thinking about how he might have got there. :(

    On a more positive note, Tiger & Phoenix are doing well at the home, Tiger has even ventured into the yard once or twice, but Phoenix is a very shy cat... however, she was under the dining room table when I left the house, right where she can watch the birdies in the yard, LOL. All those feeders of mine bring in mondo wild birds, so does the birdbath which I fill every morning with fresh water, the birds (and Crackhead) love that birdbath. Goldurned Crackhead killed a dove there the other day, I buried the poor bastard by a small Joshua Tree in the back yard strip, might as well get some use out of the dead bird, aye? Always plant the dead under trees or bushes, that way their deaths won't be a total waste, the plants will draw nutrients from the decomposing bodies and the "Circle of Life" will be complete, 10-4? WTF, if it was good enough for the hardy pioneers who opened up this country, it's good enough for me. Hopefully I will NOT have to bury another cat anytime soon, I still miss Jingle Belle as well as Sage... poor little Jingles died WAY too early, her death was a wicked waste of youth & vitality. :confused:

    I'll tell ya, this State of Arizona is HARD on small domestic animals, it's a harsh environment to begin with and there are always predators on the lookout for a snack... I could shoot every coyote in my 'hood but it wouldn't do any good, more would simply take their places. Same goes for the owls and whatnot, there's no shortage of 'em in Arizona country. On the flip side, we have plenty of rabbits right on my street, sometimes I'll look out a window and see Bugs Bunny hopping up or down the hill, LOL. We have quail too, those are cool birds, they usually travel in single file and they are quite comical in appearance. I saw 8 or 10 of 'em in a file behind my house, there's a trail that passes under an old mesquite tree, and the quail use that trail regularly... I even have one goofy quail bird that walks up and down my galvanized fence rail, making goofy noises as I sit on the deck with a cold beer. I like quail, they're cool to have around... saw a roadrunner awhile back, those birds are heller cool to have around, though the lizards don't like 'em much, LOL. Got a metric ton o' lizards in my yard, they're good to have around because they kill bugs. :cautious:

    AH, WELL, GUESS IT'S TIME TO CHECK C/L, MAYBE I SHOULD CHECK THIS SITE FIRST... ANYBODY HERE GOT A MINI FOR SALE IN SOUTHEASTERN ARIZONA??? :red70:
     
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    Sorry to hear about your pet Sage. That is a real threat out here in the high Desert.:(

    Check it out: last week I walked my dog early morning the other day, i saw what I thought was a wolf in the distance, but It was then i realized it was a big coyote ! It was pretty thin & lanky but not a wolf. My dog barked at it, it stopped... I started waiving my arms and it reversed course!

    I was thinking that I may have to pack a piece again just to walk the dog. I dont know what I would have done if it got all wild on me, I did not even have a pocket knife on me:ninja:

    Keep an eye out at night! I am in the backyard at night when dog needs to go out now that i saw that coyote.
     
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