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    What a great weekend to get some work done!

    Its a touch hot here, but nice to be able to get outside and get some things done that have been on the to do list too long.



    What are you guys up to?



    Brian

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    Mowed the lawn and dug some stumps. Nice day but a bit muggy in the NE.



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    No seat time today, rained most of the day . I did however install 2 ceiling fans for the in-laws.
    2012 1026R, 60D Auto-Connect MMM with mechanical lift, H120 FEL, Frontier RC2048 Rotary Cutter and my trusty Stihl FS55 grass and weed pulverizer.

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    My day started when I hit the road at 6:00 AM, just walked back in the door at 9:00 PM.

    Long, rather stressful day. Should be worth it, though. Hopefully tomorrow will be a little smoother.
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    I helped my mom finish putting up some 1x6 cedar tongue & groove on her back porch, and hooked up a TV for her. Tomorrow is log splitting day (as long as it doesn't rain).
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    Put the BH on the 2320.
    Dug up the septic tank to ready it for pumping it out.

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    Finally finished the apron in front of the garage with crusher run. Took more than I thought it would. The plan is to use the plate compactor on it this morning, if the wife ever gets up (her job).

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    Saturday was a good day for working but I had to ride my GS from Anchorage to Hope...4.5 hours of seat time, beautiful ride.
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    All mama's work is done. I changed as driveshaft on a buddies BMW. Now off to get my stuff done. Great weather!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Put the BH on the 2320.
    Dug up the septic tank to ready it for pumping it out.

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    Finally finished the apron in front of the garage with crusher run. Took more than I thought it would. The plan is to use the plate compactor on it this morning, if the wife ever gets up (her job).

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    That's one damn fine looking garage. Weren't you the one trying to decide on garage door openers? Another day of rain. All Day. No seat time. I did straighten up the garage. The grass meanwhile is growing and my new bolt on hooks need installing. The FEL is not in an area where getting to it is very smart when it's raining. I need a garage for the tractor and implements.
    2012 1026R, 60D Auto-Connect MMM with mechanical lift, H120 FEL, Frontier RC2048 Rotary Cutter and my trusty Stihl FS55 grass and weed pulverizer.

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    Well, Saturday started off cooler and cloudy so I thought I'd get to discing one section of land that had been needing some attention badly. Knew that tractor was getting low on fuel, but thought maybe I could finish that field before refueling. WRONG!! Good thing I got that field done, because it's raining today.

    Need to trim some brush back, but I'm gonna wait until Fall. Even then I'm still not guaranteed cooler weather.

    Gotta get myself in gear and try to get some of the other restorations done.




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