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    Default Fuel Line in the rural neighbor hood

    It seem like most of the neighbors showed up at the same time for fuel. We were getting ready to start cleaning a fence row the next day in the woods.
    There is 2 missing from the picture, and a new baby just came into the neighbor hood (a BX2660). Just might be adding one more, a M7040, He's thinking rear hard right now. Our road is about a mile and a half long and there are 7 orange tractors. Soon to be 8 maybe.
    From right to left in picture 3 is EDON, Leejohn, and the others aren't on TBN.
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    Default Re: Fuel Line in the rural neighbor hood

    Whew, at first, I thought it was a brothel for little tractors.


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    Default Re: Fuel Line in the rural neighbor hood

    Doniphan, Mo. looks like you need to change the name of your area to Dopamine, Mo. some excitement is about to happen.
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    Default Re: Fuel Line in the rural neighbor hood

    Giving away fuel?
    Co-owners of this fence line?
    Trying to wrap my mind around why the gathering?

    Impressive line-up and looks like a good time was about to happen during the winter or early spring. Hope there are more pics when it happened.

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    Default Re: Fuel Line in the rural neighbor hood

    Hey, where are the Green and Red tractors Ken Sweet
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    Default Re: Fuel Line in the rural neighbor hood

    Is that the 'little engine that could' on the end???

    Looks like some fun to be had by all. Or, one big mess is about to become a reality.

    It's great to see neighbors pitching in to help out their fellow man. Not something you see a lot of today.

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    Default Re: Fuel Line in the rural neighbor hood

    Looks like you guys were having a good time.
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    Default Re: Fuel Line in the rural neighbor hood

    It just happened that everyone show up at the same time. Some of the neighbors buy there fuel from me saves a trip to town and no need for 5gal. cans.
    I didn't get any pictures of cleaning the fence line, but ran into alot of mud and one hill was all rock. Ended up being a hard job.
    Yes the one on the end is just that, 'little engine that could'
    There are no green or red on our road. There is only 2 blue and 1 old gray.

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    Default Re: Fuel Line in the rural neighbor hood

    Quote Originally Posted by Leejohn View Post
    Some of the neighbors buy there fuel from me saves a trip to town and no need for 5gal. cans.
    Wish I could find a deal like that in my neighborhood.
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    Default Re: Fuel Line in the rural neighbor hood

    It sure helps them out, but it ties my money up until we use up that tank. Oh well it all comes out in the end. I'm just glad I was able to buy the tank with the pump and counter on it.

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