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    Default Beach combing with a John Deere

    I took this picture at my local beach a couple of days ago. The council regularly rakes/combs the beaches in our area to remove rubbish, and I suppose anything else that gets in the way.

    I can think of worse jobs.
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    Ian S.

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    Silver Member Mud Mechanik's Avatar
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    Default Re: Beach combing with a John Deere

    Some people have it rough don't they

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    Default Re: Beach combing with a John Deere

    Beautiful scenery.
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    Default Re: Beach combing with a John Deere

    With all that sand to scoop, how do you ever know when you're done?

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    Default Re: Beach combing with a John Deere

    Quote Originally Posted by RaydaKub View Post
    With all that sand to scoop, how do you ever know when you're done?
    The tide comes in.

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    Default Re: Beach combing with a John Deere

    where are the girls??????????????????????????????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by travis potter
    where are the girls??????????????????????????????????
    We're coming into winter over here now. They'll be back in October.
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    Ian S.

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    Default Re: Beach combing with a John Deere

    They clean the beach at the height of the season every night. It's against the law to sleep on the beach, but some people don't believe a warning and do it any way. They use 2 big JDs which will run over 2 sleeping bodies without a hitch. About 10 years ago this is exactly what happened. Now they have a pick up all lit up that proceeds the 2 tractors.
    Gear Up and Throttle Down.

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