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Getting something in stripes for Fathers Day........

Oh yeah, that and a new gas grill that my son snuck over and put in place of the old one some time in the middle of the night..... Happy Fathers Day to all!!

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Here is our place after a fresh mow with the Landlord 16 GT. I had to compress the photo knocking it down by 1200 dpi, and it is hard to see the stripes but they are there. It takes me just over 3 hours to do the property with the 50 in deck. [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/uploaded/arjr111/stripes2.JPG[/img]

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Happiness is..... Getting to watch my daughter's soccer team win the league championship in a double ot, sudden death game, on to the state championships. Nice grill and stripes Kirk. BTW what was that thing in the sky today?

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Originally posted by jdschool

Stripes are nice! With all the rain, I haven't even thought of grilling yet and cutting over an acre twice a week (with the vac cart behind) is getting old.

You could be snowblowing, take your pick.:D

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