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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-01-2008, 04:16 AM Thread Starter
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Talking An F4CC for my garage...

I am not sure what got into me today, but I decided to completely empty my garage. I swept it, mopped it, put everything away, organized my tools, hung a new 50' airhose re-coiler, hell, I even wiped the grease off of the tools as I put everything away. It was a HELL of a spring cleaning. THEN, I repainted the fountain in my front entry way, and even repainted all of the white trim on the front of my house before hosing down my driveway and sidewalks, and I skimmed the leaves from the pool!

For the crowning touch, I cracked open my framed Jeremy McGrath poster, and inserted the F4CC poster that they handed out at last year's International Motorcycle Show. Its a very nice frame, and it goes well with the Tamburini and my limited edition MV tin sign.

The only F4CC that will probably EVER be in my garage! Looks pretty sweet!!!

Tomorrow, a ride on the Tambo before I paint the trim on the back of the house

Hopefully that will motivate you all to get busy on the spring cleaning!

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Dang Griff....That's a lot of work for one day. You must guzzle energy drinks by the six-pack. Makes me feel guilty when I look at my work bench and all the accumulated stuff that needs organizing......nah, it can wait.

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Geez, I spent all day trying to lean out my garage and it's about 1/10 the size of yours, and i still didn't finish!
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hey Griff,
I think your garage is like my dinning room!!!!


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post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-01-2008, 10:22 PM
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Did my garage floor too Griff. I went a bought a steam worked a treat. I washed the cars and bikes while they were out, took me all day.

Now I just need to find somewhere to store the new mop

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