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Join NASCAR driver David Ragan as he takes advantage of his time away from the track to take care of some business around his shop.
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This episode of on the off season has brought to you by the new 2013. Or F 150. I'm David Reagan and I all offseason. You know I'm hands on kind of guy I grew up tinkering on cars and you know working around the house. So we're moving this big air compressor and -- system. From our back -- out to the building where -- that. You definitely have a sense of accomplishment you know when you can look back and to have through this trial worked on this. There's always work to be done especially around our shop. So our department for donkeys I don't really know how he acquired these things. It went like we were planning it for years and we're going to get Simon I think we kept -- F 150 in a trailer and we came back -- some guys you know he's. And goats and into the -- to some extent they need. Everything and their side. Where they're made their little house or you know in the fifth they're always you know -- on the post in the evening shingles off -- Always got stuff today but apparently have have all this thanks to lift off tomorrow morning. -- -- -- that are either pretty rough on the road house little framework you know you know it back up and and a few months down the road. After he had some attention to again. Got a small pond here and I have my shop property and we Stockton a few years ago so large mouth bass and bring him. Catfish and you know it's kind of understood to grab a rod and -- you get out that -- a bit of fresh air. Everybody may catch dinner one night. It was not a very big plays but. You know I don't have to travel long ways to go somewhere -- -- -- -- set my boat now as peaceful it's enjoyable. So I've just come out with you cast a few times and see if I. If we're catching things. And I can have a good day knock a few things off of the tour list kind of sit back and reflect it makes me feel. You ninety's. This -- good day.