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    Spring Clean Up

    More than glad that it looks like winter is coming to an end. With the snow melt, I'm now realizing how much work I have ahead of me. I tore out about 2 acres of brush in the fall. It will all need to be leveled and seeded. Not complaining, I'll take it over pushing snow any day. Spring had sprung here in the Hoosier state.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tractorslinger View Post
    More than glad that it looks like winter is coming to an end. With the snow melt, I'm now realizing how much work I have ahead of me. I tore out about 2 acres of brush in the fall. It will all need to be leveled and seeded. Not complaining, I'll take it over pushing snow any day. Spring had sprung here in the Hoosier state.
    I used to work for a company that had an office in Evansville. I could call and find out what weather they were having and we would have it in a day or two(most times)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tractorslinger View Post
    More than glad that it looks like winter is coming to an end. With the snow melt, I'm now realizing how much work I have ahead of me. I tore out about 2 acres of brush in the fall. It will all need to be leveled and seeded. Not complaining, I'll take it over pushing snow any day. Spring had sprung here in the Hoosier state.
    Yeah, this is the time of year when EVERYONE gets antsy for the warm weather.
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    72* here today, 74* tomorrow, and 75* on Wednesday.
    Wont be long now before the grass comes up and needs grooming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Berger View Post
    72* here today, 74* tomorrow, and 75* on Wednesday.
    Wont be long now before the grass comes up and needs grooming.
    Quit bragging!!!
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    in my place i still have 2-3 ft of snow
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    No snow left here.

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    We have had 70's here for the last few days and they are saying at least 4 more days of the 70's. We have a few trees that are starting to put out leaves and the weeds are coming up in the yard. Now if we could just get the rain to stop, calling for rain every day through Friday. It should not be much longer before the outdoor work can start. Maybe I will get some seat time on my new tractor
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    Good to hear some of you guys can get out and play finally.

    I got the Quad stuck 30yds into our field, all that wet snow is still too deep. Had to fetch the tractor and a chain.

    Couple more days above freezing, and I might be able to start pumping water off the fields, and get the tractor stuck for the first time this season!
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    Saw 50 today, and at 2:30 we're still well above freezing @39F - Supposed to hit 60 by the afternoon. Snow won't last much longer at this rate.

    It's been nice being outside in a sweat shirt the last few days. Makes working a lot easier than the teens we'd had so much of the winter.
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