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Looks like everybody had a great time and a good show of tractors. One abnormal thing I did notice in the pictures was…. John( *.?-!.* cub owner)moving around so much and no sign of his recliner …!!!!
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I’m really good at doing nothing…With that said…I’m really, really good at doing nothing
Course i had a great time. Got two tractors up and running again. And learned a few things in the process. Thanks for having it. Looking forward to next year already. Now bring on the plowing.
Thanks for having us there Brain. We keep John( *.?-!.* cub owner) so busy he didn't have time to get his recliner out of his truck. Glad I got to meet Raymond and Brain.
It was in the truck, I was afraid to sit down in it for fear of getting run over.
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That had to be a stand-in Bill in BD's pic, I've never known John to take a break at a gathering, is that Silvey??
No pics of the contortionist reinstalling the PTO lever in the transmission?
He did that pretty slick eveb with thbose big hands.
Yeah, I am still amazed how Raymond did that......saved a lot of work and mess in the process.....he must have sprayed the plate opening w/ Kroil first when we didn't see it.
Brian, that trick comes from all the years of reaching my hands into holes and pulling out surprises!!
I'm not even going to ask the story behind that one.....
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