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Well, i guess i hesitated long enough, I'll go ahead and post. This is a condensed version, as i have a problem of dragging stuff out with too much detail and such.
I'm from a little fly speck town on the Tennessee river in western TN. I'm a 1980 model, I'm younger than most but older than the rest. I attended college in Champaign,IL and received a A.S degree, then got my butt back to TN and landed a fair job. I am employed in the maintenance department for a local factory. My title now-a-days is "Industrial Maintenance Technician/Lead person", which basically means, i fix machines and make sure the other guys do too.
I enjoy welding and machining, I've built several implements, attachments, and other stuff.
I own a 1950 cub, it belonged to my grandfather, then my dad, and now me. I have a large assortment of implements. I use it mainly for the garden since i purchased a larger diesel tractor, but it still gets used for odd jobs quite a bit. And i think it's more fun to operate.
I married my wife Stephanie in Jan. of 02. She tries to keep me in straight, but i still color out of the lines occasionally. I keep mules and horses, and have started to get into nervous/fainting goats. I enjoy the company of a good dog, but unfortunately I have the company of 3 in the house and 2 in the yard. But they all love me, even tho they are my wifes. And i think thats about it.
Welcome Russel F. And, ugh, would you, ugh, and your wife like to, ugh, trade places with, ugh, me and my wife?
Seriously Russel, you will enjoy this board. Everyone is wonderful, each and every one. They all have a special place with me.
Thanks for my morning chuckle, Russell.
One day I'll get back into raising goats, they're alot of fun to watch.
When I told my dad I've been misplacing things and doing stupid stuff----His reply---"It only gets better"
Russell, has an old horse trainer and classic jumping and dressage teacher
you are lucky to have horses, my ANDALOUSIAN stalion died 4 years ago so broken harted sold the school and moved.
So I hoppe you find joy with your horses,
welcome and let's talk horses someday
Last edited by GILLES on Fri Feb 16, 2007 7:18 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Welcome! Another Red Green fan
"Remember, I'm pulling for you - we're all in this together!"
Quoted from Red Green of Possum Lodge
When you get older, lack of pep is often mistaken for patience.
(1956 and 1948 Cubs)
Champaign, Il, huh, that means you know where i am at in Paris, il, about an hour south of Champaign. Glad to meet you Russell, we hook up one day! John
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