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Camino LS6

Damn, I'm tired!

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Camino LS6    866

I've been putting in insanely long days on my project wagon since the end of last week, and tonight I was stopped in my tracks by a freaking fuel pump!

Just as well I suppose, at least I'll be asleep before 4:00 A.M. tonight. :rolleyes:

I'm burnt to a crisp after this marathon, but it felt great to just decide to commit totallly to the project no matter what other concerns tried to enter the picture. Now a realatively simple repair ought to have the car running, and I can slow the pace back down to a more sane level to complete the work that remains to be done.

I'm exhausted, but it is a "good" exhausted.

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ocnblu    733
I predict a yelp of joy coming from that barn when the smallblock first rumbles to life.

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Camino LS6    866
Are you not working in the daytime anymore are are you doing both?

I said to hell with work for a few days so I could get this done.

Reality will soon set back in.

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Just as well I suppose, at least I'll be asleep before 4:00 A.M. tonight. :rolleyes:

Heh ... I know the feeling. The last few weeks, one night I'll be up until 3 or 4 in the morning ... the next night, in bed before 10:30p. The nights I stay up so late are nights I check in on the forums ... because I can't sleep anyway. I pay for it the next day, of course. Arg.

Anyway, glad it is a GOOD exhausted!

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