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Couldn't resist snapping this pic today of my "fleet", showing off my new addition mentioned in the "how far have you traveled" post. My wife thinks 3 tractors is enough, but if another "deal" comes my way who knows? I think the Deutz is gonna get a new paint scheme in a couple months. Just doesn't fit in even though it is Simplicity built. [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2//uploaded/Brent_Baumer/fleet.jpg[/img] Brent

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I actually have one more little helper but he was inside at the time. A few more years and I will just be supervising the mowing duties. Right now my wife and I alternate turns. Roy, the front of my house has brick, the rest siding. I did the garage the same way. Wanted to go with brick all the way around but the ad's the brick council have saying brick only adds 1% or whatever they say is bull. Went with brick on the front only to save $. I'd like to have this place paid for some day. Brent

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