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    Elite Member Piston's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon Gould View Post

    I am really surprized you didn't use your grapple to gut the kitchen

    Sorry - couldn't help myself.
    Plenty of work in a kitchen project - good luck and have fun. If you are like me you will be looking out the window alot.
    Gordon,
    I'm just getting caught up now that I have a little time again! I didn't see your post until now.

    To respond though, if I could have gotten the tractor in the house (without creating a whole lot more work for myself) I would have tried!

    I've actually used the bucket a fair amount this winter because of the snow, I'm gonna have to stop saying "I never use my bucket anymore"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph Copp View Post
    Relaxing today. All I did was bring a bell buoy down to the house to show my wife how it is coming along. It has been a lot of sanding to get a shine on it. It washed up on the shore about a 1/2 mile from my home. It was painted grey and dented up pretty bad. It is solid brass and weighs over 200 lbs. I will be mounting it on logs to match some swings I put up for the grandchildren. I have a lake on my property and spend lots of time maintaining throughout the summer. Good stress reliever.

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    That bell is impressive. You did a nice job cleaning it up, it will look good hanging.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wmonroe View Post

    That bell is impressive. You did a nice job cleaning it up, it will look good hanging.
    X2... That bell is REALLY cool!
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    X3, I like that bell.

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    Broke out the wood chipper on my new Mahindra.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LRWarrior View Post
    Broke out the wood chipper on my new Mahindra.
    It's amazing how a huge amount of wood and brush turns into such a small pile of wood chips.
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    May I be the kind of person my dogs think I am,

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    Broke through the 100 hour mark on the L4240 today giving the new extended tooth bar a workout. Next up - chipping and shredding.
    If only I'd known then what I know now...except none of this existed back then.

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    I'm up to around 36-37 hours on mine now. this weekend was busy. designed and then redesigned the first of the mini-farm beds, then pretended to know how to use this middle buster plow, and finished sunday off by moving around 18 yards of soil. now I just need 40 or so more. it never ends

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    Got in about 2 hours on saturday chisel plowing my hayfield. With all the rain and snow() that we have had lately, I thought the fields would be too wet. I decided to go ahead and give it a try anyway. It actually wasn't too bad after all. There were a few soft spots. It rained on me for about 15 minutes when I first started, but I plowed on through and got it done!!

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    Spent some time "just dozing" over the lpast week starting to clear out/expand an old dam that cracked/failed a couple of years ago in the drought & has only now finally dried out enough to not bog a dozer.
    This is on one of our "drier" climate farms - The plan is to grow from c.2.3acres/7' depth to around 5acres/average depth of c.14' & by using a slot dozing method & scraper towed with a large ag tractor we're hopeful of not needing to haul any other gear up there (& provided we don't have any urgent paid contracting work come our way for this dozer).
    As usual when you start dam earthworks (& as can be seen on the last photo) the storm clouds gather......nothing surer to bring about more rain....
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