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    Quote Originally Posted by wentonbrown View Post
    Tomorrow morning I get to go home and get my new wheel chair. It will lift me up a foot so I can reach stuff better. I wish I would not have lost 4 inches in height from my back surgeries so far. That's still next on the agenda. Being stuck in bed with no feet and a broken back makes it hard to do exercises that want you to do to get stronger. So I do what I can. I have to prove them wrong! Mentally I am stronger than them in my desire to walk again. Physically I hope I am too.

    I am off ladies and gents and I hope I get some sleep. I get to spend a few hours at the house and I think it is supposed to rain tomorrow of course. See my pups and get my new chair and a hoyer lift so Mrs WB can pick me up on days I can't use my legs or the arthritis is too much and my hands are hurting to bad.

    Damn I just had a light bulb moment! I wonder if the lift will get me up on Betsy? I saw a pic of a girl at a expo that shevwasvin a lift getting on a Deere but it was a bigger one than mine. Hmmm?

    Night!
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    Super good news I was thinking of you today using my tractor. With the Hydro Transmission and power brakes you can set up a system you operate the forward and backing could be done with extensions and same with the brake using your hands and arms to work the controls. Working on the road I was telling myself man this is like being in a easy chair the tractor does all the work. Good to hear your going home. Things will get better now no way is hospital time as good as in your home time!
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    Good news WB. I think you will heal faster at home with your wife and your dogs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    Good news WB. I think you will heal faster at home with your wife and your dogs.
    I guess we're up early enough.
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    Morning all.
    Coffee is on.
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    Good Morning Folks!

    54* with rain. Big thunderstorms moved through last night and dropped a half-inch of rain. I went out on the porch at 02:00 and watched the light show. I wasn't disappointed and now it smells like spring.

    With the salt off the roads, I'm going to try to get up to the place where I store the dump-truck and move it out of the barn in preparation to bring it home. I don't need it yet and it takes up a lot of space in the driveway, but it needs a tune-up and service and I want to work on it here rather than having to lug tools around.

    Have a great day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD4044M View Post
    Super good news I was thinking of you today using my tractor. With the Hydro Transmission and power brakes you can set up a system you operate the forward and backing could be done with extensions and same with the brake using your hands and arms to work the controls. Working on the road I was telling myself man this is like being in a easy chair the tractor does all the work. Good to hear your going home. Things will get better now no way is hospital time as good as in your home time!
    Gm quick, i mislead you all a little. Sorry about that. I only am home for a few hours and then back here. House isnt ready yet for me but I am thinking it is time as soon as I can. Problem is the VA and getting their bs paperwork done and it sits on a desk somewhere. I am tired of the constant screaming and noise and everything else that goes on here.
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    43* this morning, aiming for 73*!

    Off to breakfast at Hardee's this morning, 8 o'clock PT, then back home to change clothes. Hook onto trailer, Gator is already loaded, and head to the farm. 25 Arrowood Viburnum seedlings to set out for privacy screening. Eat sandwich for dinner & back home to unload & rest!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wentonbrown View Post
    Tomorrow morning I get to go home and get my new wheel chair. It will lift me up a foot so I can reach stuff better. I wish I would not have lost 4 inches in height from my back surgeries so far. That's still next on the agenda. Being stuck in bed with no feet and a broken back makes it hard to do exercises that want you to do to get stronger. So I do what I can. I have to prove them wrong! Mentally I am stronger than them in my desire to walk again. Physically I hope I am too.

    I am off ladies and gents and I hope I get some sleep. I get to spend a few hours at the house and I think it is supposed to rain tomorrow of course. See my pups and get my new chair and a hoyer lift so Mrs WB can pick me up on days I can't use my legs or the arthritis is too much and my hands are hurting to bad.

    Damn I just had a light bulb moment! I wonder if the lift will get me up on Betsy? I saw a pic of a girl at a expo that shevwasvin a lift getting on a Deere but it was a bigger one than mine. Hmmm?

    Night!
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    Also just had a guy in fishing garb walk right across the lawn - right through the pavilion where the tractor is parked. What do these people think? It’s a state park or something?

    Yep, I see spring has sprung for you too. We were gone most of the day Saturday with our trip to Erie to rectify the golf bag debacle. Upon coming down the road, we were greeted with the neighbor's kids and all their friends riding their scooters, bikes and battery powered ride ons all over our yard between the garage and property line, and there is not an adult in sight. I don't care if the kids play in my yard, but nobody has ever asked. My kids NEVER played in their yard, in fact they were told not too, so I guess I don't see why their kids need to play in mine. Maybe it's because their father cannot go more than a year within bringing a machine into their lawn to rip it up and regrade it. Right now the whole eastern side is tore up because he hosed the brush down with some chemical that absolutely obliterated all the vegetation. He then cut down a bunch of trees (even some of his neighbor's on the other side because he has no idea where the line and, and wouldn't want to ask his neighbor CP where the it is) and then said they needed to be cut down because they were shading out his underground septic tanks. I swear I'm not making this sh!! up. I'm soliciting ideas for fences.......



    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    I'm curious, are they in the water or walking on your properties. The creeks and rivers, no matter who's property it runs through are public waterway. We get our share of fishermen in the creek behind our house, I just waive and say good day.

    A lot of the true public fishing streams have signs posted along them by the DEC at this end of the state. The signs also clearly state that the fishermen are to stay within X amount of feet to the stream. Also, the creek on my property, while not having fishable fish in it, has never been considered a public waterway, by me at least, or anyone else that I know of.



    Good morning citizens. Off to the races......


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    Quote Originally Posted by grnspot110 View Post
    43* this morning, aiming for 73*!

    Off to breakfast at Hardee's this morning, 8 o'clock PT, then back home to change clothes. Hook onto trailer, Gator is already loaded, and head to the farm. 25 Arrowood Viburnum seedlings to set out for privacy screening. Eat sandwich for dinner & back home to unload & rest!
    Lowell, do you always wear your Sunday Goin to Meetin clothes to Hardee's?

    Looks like today is the only non-rainy day this week. Not that it matters, Wednesday we'll enjoy the rain in warmer temperatures. My wife might already be sick of me humming Jackson. We're flying into there and then driving.
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