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My name is Steve
I have not been in to tractor that long, I have talked to some of the guys on the fourm
I am from the city and have moved to the country, The change is hard to get use to
The fourm has help me out alot. I would like to more involved
I just dont know that much about Cubs or tractor I am learning as I go
I have two Ford Model A's that I do know alot about
I am a welder by trade and a millwright
I love to fly fish well I guess any kind of fishing
My Cub is calling so I am going to go
It is better to play in the dirt today
It may rain tomorrow
Welcome, Steve. Enjoy the ride.
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Welcome Steve. Lansing is about a hour north of me. Gald you see more people for MI.
1940 Farmall H, 1947 farmall cub, 1958 David Bradley SP, 1964 cub cadet 70, 1965 Bolens 1000, 1966 cub cadet 123, 1973 Mf 12 http://s222.photobucket.com/albums/dd207/truckguy_02/
Glad to read a bit more about you. Living in the country or even in a small rural town is worlds apart from the city, even a small one. Life is a lot slower and I like to believe that along with the pace of life being slower, we as people also kind of adapt to that and change how we view things and tend to be a lot more relaxed than how we would be in the big city. I know for me that is what happened. Moved to the country 23 years ago, and I find that I mellowed out a lot, and then after retiring mellowed out a whole lot more. Life in the country is relaxing even with all the hard work and all that goes with it. Enjoy it, as they said in "Green Acres" -- "Green Acres is the place to be. Farm livin is the life for me. Land spreading out so far and wide. Honey I love ya but give me that country side!"
Oh and don't worry. Not knowing much about Cubs is only a temporary situation. There are lots of folks here who can help out with that. I am not sure how close you are to any of the Cub Gatherings, but check out the CubFest and Gatherings calendar at the top of the forums and if you can get to one, I am sure that you will have a great time, meet a lot of great folks and probably learn a ton about Cubs.
I have seen pics of some of your work. The EZ-Kab sure is an interesting accessory for the Cub. I would like to see more information on it at some point.
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A formal welcome to you! I have noticed your prior posts and glad you have jumped right in!
A Cub can't be that much different from the Mode A's from a difficulty standpoint, you should master things in short order.
Best of luck with your Cub,
Hi Steve, Wecome to the Forum. Don't worry, the country living will grow on you. Enjoy your Cub and the Model A's.
"We don't need to think more,
we need to think differently."
Hey Glad to have you. If all goes well I will visit Cowboy in Michigan beginning of March.
"Life's tough.It's even tougher if you're stupid."
- John Wayne
" We hang petty thieves and appoint the great ones to public office."
I think one of the younger member's father has A's, over by Port Huron, I think.
My folks lived in Webberville for a while. Nice thing about MI is that most of it is decent farmland, so you should be fine.
I would highly recommend planting some asparagus. Miller nurseries in NY has great stock.
Welcome to the board!
1971 Cub (Rufus) 1950 Cub (Cathy) 1965 Lo Boy Fast Hitch (Nameless III) 1970 Cub 1000 Loader & Fast Hitch (Lee)
Welcome, Steve. Glad to have you aboard.
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