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Discussion in 'Non Mustang General Discussion' started by 3175375, Aug 23, 2018.
picked up an International 666.
It will be perfect for the acerage
Still say you need a pig named Arnold.
….and a dog named Boo.
Don't forget a bullfrog named Jeremiah!
and a horse with no name
Greeeeeen Acres is the place to be.....
Where no one can hear you scream.
Spent about 5+ hours mowing this afternoon n evening. About 25% done. Stopped at 1:15. I will add a pic in the AM.
Boy isn't retirement great?
Honestly, I do love retirement. I made a trip out to Rapid City / Sturgis and Custer last Thu, got hailed on but it was really neat.
Damn Steve ....................................... you plan to audition for the sequel to Duck Dynasty or are you going on the road with Billy Gibbons??
Gibbons n Santa
Here is a picture of some of the lawn after:
Tractors are good fun and useful.
Here's my biggest
1957 Farmall 400
IH Fasthitch added on, then converted to 3pt.
It came with Schwartz front end loader and I added a Loftness 7.5ft snowblower.
I only use this one for moving round bales and snow.
I've got a smaller 1980(ish) John Deere 750 that I bought with a 6ft finishing mower, 4 ft rototiller, and a 5ft front blade that gets used a lot more for lawn/pasture maintenance. I also have a 3pt hole auger for fixing the fence. The only thing I wish the 750 had would be live PTO.
and a fish...
green acres are the place for me!
You’re counting yourself as one of the goats right?
Oh come now....I would have comeback with “thanks, Greatest Of All Time”. Mikey would never have seen it coming.
If I were going to list myself amongst the critters I’d have added.
1 giant ass