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    Super Star Member toppop52's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by 300UGUY View Post
    I have gotten pretty good at pushing them in with the loader. I mark with chalk on the post how far to go in, then start it by hand, then use the bucket to push it in. Being real sandy soil helps a lot.
    Try that in clay sometime!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1949 View Post
    You fencing in, or fencing out? Is this a DIY fence build? The last time I had chain link fence installed, they used a pneumatic post driver. That was a real time and work saver.
    I guess out as it is replacing the fence around the pool. Yep, DYI. I'm using my 9 in auger on the PHD, set each post in concrete. Gonna take me longer, but oh well. I've pushed wooden post in with the loader, wife refuses to be the holder any more.
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    Nice, Larro, really nice.

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    Please visit: Vacation Hawaii

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    Case DX35 w/LX116 "bobtach" Loader,

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    Put 2 front tires and deck on wife's Craftsman today. Parts came from a year old mower that the frame failed, both sides.



    Good morning!!!!-image-4045830507-jpg

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    Case DX35 w/LX116 "bobtach" Loader,

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    Quote Originally Posted by sodamo View Post
    Nice, Larro, really nice.

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    I was walking the trash out to the road. When I saw the sunset I ran back to the house and got the camera. I took about thirty pictures to get a few good ones. Remember when you had to pay through the nose to get film developed?

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    Yea, that's why I have so many digital now.

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    Case DX35 w/LX116 "bobtach" Loader,

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    A nice warm early fall day and even warmer for tomorrow with mid 80s for highs. A/C running strong for the next couple of days then good size rain from the tropics but no cold shots thru 20 th of October. Rag weed is going wild and so is my nose. Got diabetes report back from last week all items a ok better than it has shown in a couple of years, eating right does help. Gout numbers now normal as well and will try not to get off the wagon so to speak. Really wish it would frost to kill the rag weed. Off to bed for another exciting day at work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larro Darro View Post
    I was walking the trash out to the road. When I saw the sunset I ran back to the house and got the camera. I took about thirty pictures to get a few good ones. Remember when you had to pay through the nose to get film developed?
    That is a sunset worthy of paying to have developed... Glad you did not have to though...

    Be well Larro,
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    Managing 51 Acres of Virginia hills with ponds & streams, Freshly Clear Cut!, riding trails, empty pasture, long gravel drive, veggie garden, & yard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sodamo View Post
    Nice, Larro, really nice.

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    good morning all. Larro, you should get that pic framed. And David/Sodamo, how can I say this politely and delicately..... now I see two nice tractors that you get to use and what do I see your wife stuck with? Is she "attached" to that Craftsman?

    I only mention this because she mentioned to me that she was shopping for a nice 7 series JD garden tractor that she was trying to get for under fifteen grand...

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    Beautiful fall morning, got to get moving though, but I like sitting on my deck in the dark listening to the stray cats fight!
    Randy
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