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i live in raywick ky. i'm a disabled electrican.been disabled about 2years. i've been reading this forum for about a year. thought it was time to get on line. Bought a 1949 cub about a year ago. It's not pretty but a worker. it's got a belly mower and a 193 plow with it. Have not used the plow yet, but have been mowing 3 acres with the mower.I was wondering how many members live close to RAYWICK KY. Dullayman
Welcome to the forum, we will treat you so many ways you are bound to like some of them. There is a chat room many of us show up in between 8:30 om and 10 pm central time, where we discuss most anything, even tractors sometimes. to get to it, click on the chat button at the top of the page from the main forum.
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Welcome to the forum. If you have been lurking for a year, you know there are lots of good people here. Enjoy the ride.
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Welcome to the forum.
Add your location to your profile and you will find out who lives nearby in short order. We have a few Kentucky boys here.
MD, Deep Creek Lake
"1950 Something" Farmall Cub
1977 International Cub w/FH
1978 International Cub
1948 Farmall Super A
1951 Farmall Super C w/FH
Welcome to the form. What part of Ky is RAYWICK located? I live West of Somerset.
My wife has a long honey do list, I read it, thank about it, than take a nap to see if it goes away.
welcome aboard! if you aint doing nothing 2nd friday saturday in april head on up to Paris, Il for a cub gagthering at my place , a bunch of us will be here, good food, good fellowship, good timme. lots of learning. if you are able bring your tractor and we will show a bunch a things in it as well,.
High atop Hummingbird Hill
In the Missouri Ozarks
Welcome - there are at least two of us in Louisville
Ken, Annie the '48 Cub & 1282 Cub Cadet.
I think we gotter if'n she don't kick, Andy Griffith.
Welcome to the group, and I think there are a number of us who are either disabled or on medical pensions... I look at our Cubs this way -- really good physiotherapy... for the mind, spirit and the body
How can anyone be down, when seat time generates all those smiles
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