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coldest Bursts ever......

johnnyjellybean

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BRRRRRRR...............
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Chef Greg

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Somebody was on the Labatt's that day.... :rofl -------great photo!!
 

shuie

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No footprints......how did you do that? Were they tossed into the yard? Or left out overnight?

:)
 

Frank C

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What the heck is the story behind those pics?..LPF members have to know :wow
 

BurstMeUp

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My anti-virus alarm went off ther second I entered this thread!! "Hypermart.net" ALWAYS puts Spyware on your computer.

THIS THREAD SHOULD BE DELETED!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

johnnyjellybean

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My anti-virus alarm went off ther second I entered this thread!! "Hypermart.net" ALWAYS puts Spyware on your computer.

THIS THREAD SHOULD BE DELETED!!!!!!!!!!!!

Maybe a cookie but that is nothing. If you do regular cleaning maintenance , you'll be removing about 20 a week. Hypermart is my web hoster and the only reason they use cookies is for web stats.
 
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johnnyjellybean

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No footprints......how did you do that? Were they tossed into the yard? Or left out overnight?

:)
HAHA You noticed. In the pic where the 60 is half buried, I literally threw the guitar about 5 feet into the deep snow so there would be no prints showing. In the shot with the 3 guitars (2- 59s and a 60) there are a couple of prints that are hidden. This pic was done in 1993 when the guitars were worth about 25K each. There were out there for a total of less than 5 minutes when the temperature was hovering around 32* F.
 

StuartC

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HAHA You noticed. In the pic where the 60 is half buried, I literally threw the guitar about 5 feet into the deep snow so there would be no prints showing. In the shot with the 3 guitars (2- 59s and a 60) there are a couple of prints that are hidden. This pic was done in 1993 when the guitars were worth about 25K each. There were out there for a total of less than 5 minutes when the temperature was hovering around 32* F.


Pure and utter maddness!!!!!!!!!! Not sure I'd even do that with my standards let alone three bursts.
 

MapleFlame

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No prints are easy, break off a hemloc tree branch and sweep, we used to do that on the ski slopes when there was fresh powder. That is a cool pick withjust one guitar. I see the toggle tip must be cold:rofl
 
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