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All ready for the Maine winter. IMG_0327.jpg
 

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That's a great looking set up. Bring on the snow!
 

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Good setup , I don't have the blower or blade on but everything else is ready to go, Plus I have to have chains on rear.
 

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Cool barn! Better not get too cocky with mother nature, she might see that tractor and decide to give you no snow...
 

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nice rig!

Putting chains on the back, or just relying on weight?
 

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No snow would be ok with me. I would be fine with that tractor sitting in that same spot all winter.
 

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First winter with the 1025r, snowblower, and cab. Getting older so looking at a much easier time cleaning the driveway this year. Flat ground so don't plan on using any chains or weights. If the wheels slip, probably will use the ballast box.
 

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Nice!
Your parking area reminds me of my best friend's parent's barn when they lived in Sweden, Me.
 

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Up around Sebago Lake. Windham, Maine. 100+ year old barn. Here's a different view.

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Here's a better angle.

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Thanks, I posted from my IPAD and couldn't figure out how to turn the picture.
 

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Up around Sebago Lake. Windham, Maine. 100+ year old barn. Here's a different view.
Yep, know the town.
We would take 302 to 93.
Their place was near Lovell by Kezar pond.
You probably have been by it.
Used to be a post office, general store, farm.
Big attached barn like yours that had stalls for horses and cows back in the old days.
I love those attached barns.
 
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