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Young man for work, old man for advice
That is quite the comprehensive list. I think I fit in there pretty well. Thanks for the link
Brute force and Ignorance.
http://www.savethecub.com/cubfests/blac ... san_ad.htm
Yes I'm still chucklin, as Scott said so true. I see I still have some things to work on to be a real tractor guy. They forgot about the carb being rebuilt on the dining room table, I think I will get it done this week I have been in my house five years and the truck has never been in farther than the hood. but their is room for the cub Ya know when I bought this place I thought how nice it would be to park inside and not have to clean the windows in the morning. Well maybe when I get a pole barn
Take care of your equipment and it will take care of you. 1964 cub. Farmall 100 and 130.
"Those that say it can’t be done should not interrupt the ones who are doing it.”
Been a while since I saw that list. Glad somebody saved it. I think explaining some of those items should be enough to separate out the hard core from the novices. For a start, how many can explain "interesting things happening around the 25th of August" in Indiana?
Yup, so true. My pencil holder is a distributor cap, my desk is covered with to be worked on parts and repair manuals.
Visiting my brother is Michigan. My brother took us on a Grand Rapids tour, and drive along Lake Michigan. On the way back from Lake Michigan, driving through blueberry country, I spotted an antique tractor. My Dad and I talked about that tractor for the remainder of the drive back to my brother's house. It really hurt my brother's feelings that the only thing interesting was the antique tractor.
The wife tells stories about the time I used the bath tub to clean an engine block. The story isn't true, it was only the head and valve train.
JIM --I Will say------40th anniversary reunion Tri-State Gas Engine and Tractor Show PORTLAND AUG. 24----28
THE OLDER I GET ---THE BETTER I WAS
If you can read this... thank a teacher... if you are reading it in English....THANK A VET !!!
You identified the right show. The significance to this list, it is the semi-official show for the ATIS members.
Here's the significance... 40th Portland show coming up, my 31st time there coming up, and the 11th anniversity of the ATIS group get together there. Here are 4 original guys who were there in 1995 at the 10th gathering. Spencer Yost, me, Brice Adams, and Steve Sewell... picture taken in 2004. My I was fat then!
The most affectionate creature in the world is a wet dog. Ambrose Bierce
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