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    Quote Originally Posted by dianedebuda View Post
    I'm really starting to worry about rtgt...


    Nothing to worry about. Just sitting here in my air conditioned box.

    Maybe you could bring me back a souvenir from your trip............like maybe an iceberg.



    Quote Originally Posted by jdforever View Post
    rtgt,

    Funny that you said that. True-Green Lawn Care just left 30 minutes ago. Treated the whole lawn.
    I paid them to spray seed your lawn with Kudzu.
    Taking the easy way is what makes rivers and men crooked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    Did you make the platform or is that original equipment, Lowell?

    Are you going to turn some soil with it or just look at it? It seems like it would work pretty well with the engine in the rear.

    It's a nice piece of American history.
    I made it, too hard to get on these smaller tractors without a step!

    Just for shows, I may try it out sometime, maybe not!
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    Quote Originally Posted by grnspot110 View Post
    I made it, too hard to get on these smaller tractors without a step!

    Just for shows, I may try it out sometime, maybe not!
    Either way, that's a darn nice tractor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dianedebuda View Post
    I'm really starting to worry about rtgt...

    Taking hubby for his last pre-trip, post-retina surgery checkup. Princess Cruise's latest tag line is Come Back New. After the cataract surgery, retina surgery, hearing aids, knee injection, losing 30 lbs, all new clothes and a haircut, think he's going to end up Going There New.
    All that will make people wonder who that is your with and what you did with your hubby.

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    Good eve'n! After 2 days of trying I finally got caught up on this GM thread. Have a great day!!!
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    Donated by some great people/vendors on here: 72 lb. wheel weights -- Bro-Tek 1½" rear wheel spacers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    Either way, that's a darn nice tractor.
    It sure is.

    Quote Originally Posted by Levi View Post
    All that will make people wonder who that is your with and what you did with your hubby. :
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    112 - Sold in July 2017 but took me until November to admit I just cast it out into this cruel world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rtgt View Post
    I paid them to spray seed your lawn with Kudzu.
    As the old saying goes, with friends like you, who needs enemies.

    Ok, enough of this banter. I do like summer better than winter, but I agree with you that it could be at lot cooler. The older I get, it is at lot harder to get things accomplished in this heat. And yes, I'm old. Time for a nap before bedtime.

    Later
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    Been setting here catching up on GTT posts, since 2000 Dish has been out 90% of the time . Not near the amount of rain others have posted but over a inch this evening, and several downpours making the gutters to overflow.

    About time for bed, another early wakeup, will be leaving here at 0515..well close to that time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdforever View Post
    As the old saying goes, with friends like you, who needs enemies.

    Ok, enough of this banter. I do like summer better than winter, but I agree with you that it could be at lot cooler. The older I get, it is at lot harder to get things accomplished in this heat. And yes, I'm old. Time for a nap before bedtime.

    Later


    Too late to go playing that old card and as long as I am sweating you ain't gettin' parole.

    "Cooler" is how you refer to temperatures below 50.

    50's - 70's is mild to warm

    Above 80 it is hot. Then we have hotter, much hotter, unbelievably hot & stupid hot.

    Humidity is the salt you rub into the wound.


    If you want penitence you can start with reciting the lyrics to "Let it Snow" daily until it actually does.


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    Taking the easy way is what makes rivers and men crooked.

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    Good evening everyone Been a long busy day taking care of family needs .so just getting caught up with thread. Just got wife settled in after her foot surgery, nothing major, but will be somewhat laid up for a few days and then using a knee scooter for 5 or 6 weeks.

    Grnspot110 got to agree with everyone else A fine looking tractor

    Pappa if you notice the symptoms soon enough, a little Jack Daniels is a good remedy. Can also be used as a preventative

    All I got tonight, BE SAFE BE HEALTHY LATER
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    howdy folks;;
    good to see u made it back home safe-Levi; hope u had a good time!

    Rogero246---are u referring to Pappa's snow snakes he posted abouthe don't need no more Jack Daniels to drink--heck he's already seen em.

    i got to say-i used to love the winter time-couldn't wait for it to snow-hunting season--plowing snow used to be a favorite of mine-jeepers-i even got to plow snow with an ole R model Mack--with a hand pump-that's right a hand operated hydraulic jack that raised the plow inside the cab
    twice i got to plow snow down next to Washington, D.C. and the belt way too-plus Price George's hospital parking lot. also a bunch of housing development's.

    but now in my older yrs--i hate winter time some winters make me hurt worse, than when it rains out. if i could afford it -i would winter in some desert-where there's no rain for that long.

    brush pile pretty much burnt up-it rained here hard twice--no dirt hauling tomorrow-as its to rain again.

    ET-tell the Mrs--i'll be saying these for her- -ok

    Mr. Greenspot110--as others have commented--ur Allis has turned out great

    later---
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