Wow, I hate to admit how unaware I am of dangers on a tractor. I really didn't want to post this because of my stupidity but I thought it might keep someone else from doing what I did. I do remember reading my manual and it says to dismount my 1023e scut from the left side as your sitting on seat. Anyway, when I was backing my tractor into the garage with left side of tractor next to wall I started to bump into my recycle container. I stopped put tractor in neutral and applied the parking brake. I then stepped down off of the tractor on the right side being careful not to hit the loader lever so I thought. When my left foot hit the garage floor I noticed that the lever had gone up my right leg and into my shorts and I couldn't get my leg free. At the same time the tractor was moving and I wasn't sure what was happening. I looked and saw the loader was pushing on the floor and the bucket was curled all the way to the vertical position. I quickly reached and turned off tractor. This all happened in a matter of seconds!!! Thankfully again I was being watched over! If I remember correctly I also think the manual says to turn off tractor when dismounting. So a couple more lessons learned, "ALWAYS STEP OFF LEFT SIDE OF TRACTOR AND TURN TRACTOR OFF BEFORE DISMOUNTING!!!" The safest being turn off tractor before dismounting. I hope I don't have anymore of these threads because of my ignorance!!!