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I have been on here for awhile so i figured it was time to actually say hello. My Name is Dale and i have been married to Lois for 35+ years ,with one son and a fantastic grandson. I was a dairy farmer for about 20 years and am now working at an auto dealership as the parts manager. I confess that i do not have a Cub (yet) although like many on here the first tractor i operated was my grandfathers cub. It is still in the family although the chances of me ever owning it is almost nill. I enjoy working outside and being with my Grandson. I also do some drawing and painting.
I have lived in Needmore Pa all my life and am a country boy married to a true country girl who is my best friend. Lois is a Physical ed teacher (36 years)who is looking to retire this year and take over the babysitting duties of our grandson. she has spent the last 10+ years taking care of either her father or mother who have both passed away now.
Our son Seth is an IT manager for a county govt. and just last year built his home on the family farm just 200 yards from us. Growing up he always told us he was going to build in our garden, well he didnt miss by much.
If i ever get my cub i will be better able to take care of it because of the knowledge i have received from the members of this community.
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MD, Deep Creek Lake
"1950 Something" Farmall Cub, Cub-193 Moldboard Plow
1977 IH Cub w/FH, L-F194 Moldboard Plow, L-38 Disk, L-F1 Platform Carrier, Mott FHC Mower
1948 Farmall Super A, IH 22 Mower
1951 Farmall Super C w/FH
Welcome to the forum. Enjoy the ride. Grandkids are the best. Enjoy it.
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Thanks for the bio, I enjoyed reading it. Nice to know our members a bit better. You will get a Cub someday.. maybe not your GrandDad's but one that may fill the bill at least. Do you have the SN for your GrandDad's Cub? If so, you might be able to find one reasonably close and that might provide a link for you as well.
Hope you find one
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Welcome to the Forum. Keep your eyes open, and your fingers crossed because I bet there is a Cub out there with your name on it. Just waiting for you to haul it home.
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Welcome Dale. your not too far from the Black Eyed Susan Cubfest held on June 11-13 2010. Don't need a cub to enjoy the company. Hope to see you there. Grump
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Hey Dale Glad to have you with us.
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Welcome to the forum, thanks for sharing your bio.
Good luck on obtaining that first Cub!
Welcome, Dale. Enjoy.
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I know there are Cubs in PA. You will surely find one and with a grandson nearby you can make a lot of great memories with it too....
Don't be in a hurry and let people know you are looking, a nice one will turn up sooner or later.
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