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OrangeMetalGuy

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OrangeMetalGuy
It needs to either start snowing, or warm up again so the grass starts growing again. I am going nuts with no tractor time!! Maybe I need to find some "in-between" season implements to use??

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HubbardRA
Come on down Scott. You can help me finish the B112 that your old transmission is going in. Still got a lot of work to do before I finish that one. Unfortunately I am building part of a Nativity scene this week, along with taking care of Becky while her knee gets better.

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davidmoll
This is firewood season stacking and storage for me as well. Just finished all that and converted my tractor to a snowthrower this weekend. There has to be some kind of maintenance left to do on the tractor so you have an excuse for the wife to get to the garage or barn. Be careful here you may end up doing her honey do list inside. Moleman

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MrSteele
DO like I do, cut the neighbor's yard, or, cut the ditches on both sides of the road, all the way down to a favorite neighbor's house(Helps to live in a rural area with no curbs)

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