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    When I was growing up, our neighbor had one of these Willy's Jeep half cabs that I thought was so cool.

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    building a road

    about half way done with putting in a road from top to bottom of property. using neighbors road right now. got pretty hairy a few times. I still need to get the skid steer with breaker out here from my shop to break up some rock. eventually i'll pull out fill dirt, put in large rocks, more dirt, then road base. Click image for larger version.

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    Fixing/Grading the Side Road today

    The dirt is at that just right moisture to work with now. Well at least all but the area near the beginning that blew out from mud below the surface. We are going to put a bunch of heavy rocky base under this surface to solve it. I will pull the dirt/gravel mix back to put it under and build up a base. The rest of the road I fixed last year held up nice. I was able to grade the gravel I put down to look good again. I think there is a spring under the road in this spot? This is what the bad spot looks like now and there driving on the narrow pasture strip so the road can dry out faster. So I just working it slow and leaving it blocked!Click image for larger version.

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    I really think I will order this new Toyota,, if you think I can tow my 4105 with it,,


    Does This Toyota Yaris Pickup Satisfy Your Desire for a Truly Small Truck?



    So, do I order it,, or do I order another Chevrolet,,, ??
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    Someone should grab the head designer by the back of the neck and shove his face against that ugly piece of crap, and holler "NO!" Then hit him with a rolled up newspaper.
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    Got started on stacking some firewood for next year! Only 231 days until winter😂
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyFarmLife-AC View Post
    Got started on stacking some firewood for next year! Only 231 days until winter😂
    I remember those days. I always had a goal to have all my firewood done my Labor Day. Like you I would always start early.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    I remember those days. I always had a goal to have all my firewood done my Labor Day. Like you I would always start early.
    Agreed, after labor day its just way too hot to be splitting and stacking firewood!
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyFarmLife-AC View Post
    Got started on stacking some firewood for next year! Only 231 days until winter😂
    You could have waited another 231 days beforing saying that.
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    Worked in the Big Barn Pasture today

    I had a blast working the Big Compost Mound it has been in the same spot for around 20 years and is now 3 ft tall under the 7 ft tall pile on it. I keep it split in piles of different stages the little one in the back ground is like gold at a store. The big pile is around $12-$20.00 a 40-50 lb sack!!! I can't believe they sell this stuff on EBay along with goat and rabbit pellets. I know it is good stuff we put it on our garden and use nothing else. Our garden is made out of what is in the big pile plus other animal droppings.Click image for larger version.

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