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Good morning all...
Just about done with my first cup of coffee what a busy day yesterday was. Amongst everything else going on getting ready for my daughters new horse I took a couple of hours to make a stall door grill for a real good friend of ours.

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Nice morning here and way too much stuff to get done again today to even think about.
Have a good day all.
 

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Nice job!
 

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Gonna be a beautiful day here in New England, working the coffee right now
 

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Looks good Keith!:thumbup1gif:

Got the video on the chipper yet?:munch:
 

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Good morning all...
Just about done with my first cup of coffee what a busy day yesterday was. Amongst everything else going on getting ready for my daughters new horse I took a couple of hours to make a stall door grill for a real good friend of ours.

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Nice morning here and way too much stuff to get done again today to even think about.
Have a good day all.
Gee whiz! I thought all you did was drink coffee and post on GTT. Get 're done! :greentractorride: Nice job!
 

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Gee whiz! I thought all you did was drink coffee and post on GTT. Get 're done! :greentractorride: Nice job!
Thanks.
I wish! Not really.
I do more by accident or unplanned than most do planned.:lol: It truly is never ending.
Already today I've needed to change from forks to bucket 3 times.
 

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Still on my first coffee. Slow going this morning too much work and too much sun yesterday.
Did use the tractor and forks to help a friend remove a very heavy wood stove from their basement yesterday.
Looks like it may be another nice day.
Have a good day.
 

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Finished 2 cups of coffee, and need to get going. So hot around this part of the world that I think I am dragging all the time! :flag_of_truce:
 

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Stayed in the sack 'til 6 this morning, little foggy out around here this morning. Not a lot lined up for today, but will probably go to the farm tomorrow & do some trimming around the ponds & trails. ~~ Lowell
 

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Thanks.
I wish! Not really.
I do more by accident or unplanned than most do planned.:lol: It truly is never ending.
Already today I've needed to change from forks to bucket 3 times.

You must be retired. I am. I don't know how I found time for "work" as in an 8-12hr per day job.
 

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You must be retired. I am. I don't know how I found time for "work" as in an 8-12hr per day job.
Nope, wish I was. Burning the candle at both ends is getting to be real tough.
 

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I know what you mean. Between the heat and long hours, I am getting real tired of the rat race. Judy and I have talked of selling it all and getting a small rv...set up along a river somewhere or something. It seems what we own demands all of our time and its getting harder to maintain it, the older we get.But yet...we still keep wanting more stuff:flag_of_truce:
 

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I know what you mean. Between the heat and long hours, I am getting real tired of the rat race. Judy and I have talked of selling it all and getting a small rv...set up along a river somewhere or something. It seems what we own demands all of our time and its getting harder to maintain it, the older we get.But yet...we still keep wanting more stuff:flag_of_truce:
1. Make sure the river is not the Rio Grande, unless you have an armored RV with plenty of weaponry. On second thought, maybe I will join you.:laugh:

2. The "stuff" part is my problem also. The toys are too damned expensive.:greentractorride:
 

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I know what you mean. Between the heat and long hours, I am getting real tired of the rat race. Judy and I have talked of selling it all and getting a small rv...set up along a river somewhere or something. It seems what we own demands all of our time and its getting harder to maintain it, the older we get.But yet...we still keep wanting more stuff:flag_of_truce:
1. Make sure the river is not the Rio Grande, unless you have an armored RV with plenty of weaponry. On second thought, maybe I will join you.:laugh:

2. The "stuff" part is my problem also. The toys are too damned expensive.:greentractorride:
I had to go out and buy a chipper, too darn old to keep up otherwise. That's my story.:lol:
 
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