Well you learn something new every day!Quote:
Originally Posted by Iowachild View Post
Actually they are not French, but an American invention.
Why Is It Called a French Drain?
I guess that was it for today for me!
I have put about 4 hours seat time in today running the brush cutter and a bit of tilling. I try to cut between the 2nd week of August and the 2nd week of
Sept the old saying is that it keeps the weeds back a bit by not letting them go to seed. It is very dry here so I cut the steep parts of my trails and took a few pics. I dont think the camera tells the whole story. I have trouble keeping the seat switch from turning the tractor off.
[QUOTE=jmusser15;2080776]Putting in last minute food plots for this fall. I just hope it rains now to make all the hard work worth it.
Musser when you finished food plot work I hope you washed your "huntin"shirt with some kind of scentfree detergent. :D
Really enjoyed "action"pic of that bad a** looking 4384.
Dang nice tractor ! :thumbsup:
Here are a few more shots of the trail mowing from the last couple of days. It was such a nice day with low humidity and a breeze blowing. I only hit 1 nest of yellow jackets and I didn't get stung 1 time. I cant say the same for the Jack Russel Terrier he got stung a few times and wasn't a bit happy.
Plaid ER worked with the BX1500 for a couple hours this morning doing a little landscaping with the tiller and front blade.