The answer to that one is yes. Not sure when. I really need to build a new addition to my shop to house my Cubs and implements. Then once they are under cover, restoration may proceed. In the meantime, I will be doing the necessary repairs and replace a part here and there.
Unfortunately, I can't afford to own them all
, but then again, I am happy where I am. I am not trying to be a Canadian BD either, just to keep everyone's mind at rest. But I look at it this way and have been telling my kids this
"I have 5 kids, I don't want no arguing over who gets the Cub, so I will try to get at least 5 - one for each of them
Oh, forgot to mention
that when I got Granny, I actually got an implement of sorts with her. Seems she comes equipped with the Belt Pulley attachment minus the pulley.
I still think that I am mechanically challenged. There is so much that I do not know, and I have tons to learn. Even at 50, if feel like a neophyte when it comes to this stuff. I guess the kid in me is still here. I remember when I was about 6 or 7, my Dad had to go collect old telephones. Seems I was taking apart the house phone to see what made it tick. Never did figure it all out, but had fun playing with the old Northern Telephone (NorTel) equipment.
Oui, ca c'est correct mon ami
However, as my bride tells me, it would be more correct to say "Big Dog" as it loses too much in translation. Fer example - the local Acadians use monikers to differentiate between people who carry the same name (and there is a lot of that! just ask any LeBlanc). So you would get stuff like this " Joseph "Peanut" LeBlanc and Jean Paul "Pepsi" Landry for example. PS any relation to anyone living is entirely accidental
As for Customs - Just be glad you are not on the other side of the border. Not only does it take time IT COSTS!
How far are you from Calais btw?