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b210 coming out


received a load of dirt today


armstrong lift in action


swisher SmilinSam Scoop loaded


tractor time is always a good time


back to the pile


bumblebee 10 w/scraper levels the job




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quote:
Originally posted by MPH
Looks like it's getting it done Gene. Sure hope your looking hard for a hydro lift though, THEN it would be fun.
1 on the shelf Marty. Winter overhaul and install inked in the calendar.
quote:
Originally posted by SmilinSam
Glad to see the buckets seeing some use again
Sam-My back thanks you.

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more dirt delivered so another weekend of work


1 pallet turf fescue sod down, 1 to go
rest will be seeded. its late but what the heck. more tractor time for me

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