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  2. That sounds just like Pennsylvania's rules. Philadelphia and Pittsburgh are getting hit hard but not rural Pennsylvania.....yet.
  3. I'm getting ready to start watching the whole series again. I think I'll start a review thread.
  4. HossC


    We've gone into full lockdown here since last night. I was still working roughly as usual until yesterday, but then our leader announced tighter controls, and I got a text from work saying that we'd be closed for a couple of weeks. Here are some of the restrictions: Members of the public must stay at home in all circumstances, except: Travelling to and from work where work is an essential health, social care or other essential service that can't be done from home. To shop for essential food and household goods or attend medical appointments and collect medicines. For vital family reasons such as providing care to children, elderly or vulnerable people but excluding social family visits. To take brief physical exercise within 2km of your own home, as well as for farming purposes and food production. Now I have time to do projects around the house, but all the stores are closed, so I can't buy the things I need to do them! Supermarkets are now limiting the number of customers allowed inside, and people have to queue outside at two meters apart until they're let in. Having said that, eggs and pasta were the only products noticeably out of stock at the store I visited today.
  5. I didn't know it was Cale's birthday, but I've just finished watching 'Dukes Meet Cale Yarborough' on TV. It's been a while since I've had a chance to watch many full episodes, so having them back on TV is a good excuse to catch up again.
  6. Yesterday
  7. Yesterday was Cale's birthday. He was born March 27, 1939. Besides being featured in 2 Dukes episodes here's an interesting trivia fact about Cale: His first ever win was in Valdosta Georgia in 1965. Valdosta is the lifelong home of Sonny Shroyer. I wonder if Sonny was there as a spectator. Happy birthday Cale. I hope it was a good one.
  8. I never thought of that Amit !! That's good thinking! ( I told someone today, not to worry too much about all this stuff. It was made in China, so it can't last that long! )
  9. Snoopy (always going after that Red Baron)
  10. They are trying to say that the Dukes are such good drivers and the General Lee is such a good car and they perform so well that curves and hills are easy challenges for them. That is a bit funny though with all this talk of "flattening the curve" to ease the timing of hospitals receiving patients. Thanks for pointing that out. We look forward to hearing more from you.
  11. This puts me in the mood to play Dukes ! Great job on the barn.
  12. Welcome to the HazzardNet anotherDuke. Good luck with your dream of building a General. Make sure you check out everything we have here on the best website on the internet. We look forward to hearing more from you in other threads.
  13. hello Tommy, i am new to the forum and playing with the idea of building a general lee, just wondering what you have and how much do you expect to get from?
  14. Last week
  15. The original toy barn had shingles, but all the roofs around here are tin so I made it my way.
  16. I had to google the Barn Busters Play Set - you've done a great job of recreating your missing barn.
  17. Hello Everyone, I would like to point out that with respect to the Dukes of Hazzard, the phraseology for the Corona virus is wrong- Why do they say "Flattening the curve,.....", when the Dukes of Hazzard song says - "Straight'ning the curve, ......... flatt'ning the hills- Someday the mountain might get them, but the law never will" Amit Kshirsagar Ann Arbor, Michigan
  18. Thanks. I'll see if I can get it sorted out a bit later today.
  19. On Flickr you can store up to 1000 pics for free then post the links here.
  20. So we had a BarnBuster play set...but no barn. Some foam board, glue, craft sticks, cardboard, scotch tape, and some crayons and .....TA-DAH !
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