the anchor girl has around 250 lbs on her shoulders when the 2nd gal steps up sure hope she doesn't suffer from herniated disk later in life
I was carrying a new plasma cutter across my shop a few years ago when the back, finally, quit me. Spinal fusion saved me for a bit, but I ended up with foot drop from the stenosis.
I've done my darndest to use it up and wear it out in my 78 years, and still going strong most every day. Damn lucky!
Fast forward to now at 65 or I will be next month I do well to toss a 50 lb sack of feed one both shoulders then carry them 100 feet to the crib. Should use my big 2 wheeler but more trouble to walk the 100 yards to and from where it is located at to haul just a couple sacks of feed than it is to carry them. I draw the line at having to pick up anything more than 125 lbs now
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