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  1. Re: Ariens 22 Ton Log Splitter Review - Ch. 4: Ten Cords Later

    I've been looking at one of these for a while and really appreciate the information! A friend just got one and I haven't had time to run over there and see how he likes it, but here's a humongous...
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    Baby John does a road trip

    I guess this could have gone in Seat Time or Photos but this section seemed most appropriate. Baby John got to do another favor for a friend today, but a very sad one. Their dog Jack is in the final...
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    Re: Baby Pig. Now What?

    How much does the boy weigh these days? He's topped out adult, right?
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    Re: Smartphone Photo of the Day

    Whatever it is, the tractor is fascinated by it. :)
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    Re: Smartphone Photo of the Day

    I'm thinking frost, no?
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    Re: Favorite sayings (minus religion, politics)

    The original thread was so long when I joined this forum I never got around to thoroughly checking it out so these have probably already been posted. Still, they're three of my favorites:

    "Life is...
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    Re: Where does your tractor sleep?

    As it should be.
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    Re: Where does your tractor sleep?

    As it should be.
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    Re: Identify this scat game.

    I was going to guess elk too because it looks just like deer chit, only bigger. Don't have mooses here so not familiar with that variety. :)
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    Re: County Fair Photo Contest

    Those are wonderful pictures, thanks for posting. (That your calico kitty? She's a beauty.)
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    Re: Critters captured on camera

    Watching turkeys do anything is pretty entertaining. They're some goofy-acting birds.
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    Re: Back door, about an hour ago ...

    Yup, Sid & Nancy are Boers but from that angle he does look a bit Nubian or Nub/cross. And yes, they're into everything. If I let the truck tailgate down they're inside. Can't leave keys in the...
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    Re: Back door, about an hour ago ...

    It's Sid-the-Goat. His sister Nancy-Goat was busy raiding the compost pile. They were rescues going on three years ago, a 4-H project that wasn't being done well (they were starving) and we stepped...
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    Back door, about an hour ago ...

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    Baby John helps out a neighbor

    Got a call this morning, my neighbors up the canyon were having flushing issues, needed their septic pumped and would it be possible for Baby John to help dig it up? You betcha!

    These folks are in...
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    Re: Where does your tractor sleep?

    My poor Baby John has to sleep in an unfinished pole barn, the back of which is our goat shed. I really need to get the lead out and wall that last bit in.

    Bad lighting, sorry:
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    Re: What type of person impresses you most?

    I'm usually most impressed by people who aren't trying to impress me.
  18. Thread: Dog pics

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    Re: Dog pics

    So hard to let them go, even when they let you know it's time. RIP beautiful Copper dog.
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    Re: Strange gizmos on trailer going down the road

    Zamboni for concrete! Cool.
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    Re: Rattlesnake avoidance training works!

    I've not done it with my dogs but really should as we have plenty of the nasty things around here. I believe it involves a de-venomed snake and electric shock of some kind, zapping the dog as it...
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    Re: Why do you live where you live?

    Not really a hijack and IMO, an interesting bit of info to add. In my case, chosen. The first time I drove through this area (August 1964) I knew I wanted to live here. Took a few decades of bumping...
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    Re: Why do you live where you live?

    Sounds like Richard's kind of lawn 'art', LOL! Yeah, he lives on Foothill, Dick 'Bugsy' Mann. I haven't seen Kay & Richard in decades; so busy with day to day stuff we've lost touch. I really need to...
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    Re: Why do you live where you live?

    I have good friends who live in Gardnerville. He's a retired pro motorcycle racer (Class C and Motocross) and he & his wife are still pretty active in the vintage racing scene.

    I live in the...
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    Re: Missouri man dies from Copperhead bite

    "He picked it up." Uh ... I'm sorry the guy is dead and his family has lost its husband/father but ... he picked up a venomous snake. :no:
  25. Thread: FRESH eggs??

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    Re: FRESH eggs??

    I'm completely spoiled since I get my eggs from neighbors who free-range their birds and supplement with organic feed. If I can't get these local, super-fresh eggs for some reason I just go without....
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    Automatic garage door opener

    Demonstrated with a motorcycle but with little adjustment could apply to any vehicle, including ones tractor.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQpBUQ-ZSKw
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    Re: Making money with land

    A recent TSP podcast that might be of interest. The Profitable Small Acre Homestead | The Survival Podcast
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    Re: Had a friend in the yard today.

    Yup, gopher snake. Love seeing them around the homestead - their rattlesnake cousins, not so much.
  29. Thread: Helpful neighbor!

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    Re: Helpful neighbor!

    Now there's an idea! At this point, no one will believe her if she claims you ran naked in front of her so why not give it a try. Might traumatize her into never leaving the house again - problem...
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    Re: Most common last names in the US

    Number 34,630 on the frequency list, 618 counted in the 2000 census. Wonder if I'm on some endangered species list somewhere?
  31. Thread: Want ...

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    Want ...

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    Backhoe Re: John Deere 410 Backhoe: How do I start it?

    Pictures!
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    Why men don't vacuum ...

    Dummy - now you've flooded it. :rolleyes:

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  34. Re: Bought a new home; not sure the septic tank has ever been pumped

    OK, that makes sense! Aside from a few items of ladies' undies that get washed by hand, we don't have any synthetic clothing or fabrics in the house so I couldn't figure that one out. Thanks for the...
  35. Re: Bought a new home; not sure the septic tank has ever been pumped

    Yes, but how does a washing machine cause plastic particle pollution in these examples? Still confused.
  36. Re: Bought a new home; not sure the septic tank has ever been pumped

    Never heard this before. More info, por favor.

    To the OP: We just had ours pumped for the first time in about 10 years. Two people, a few loads of laundry per week, dishwasher every other day and...
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    Re: Weird Telephone Call

    So long as the name "Mr. Hyde" didn't appear in the display I wouldn't be too concerned. Probably just the storm messed things up.
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    Re: RDrancher's Photo Thread

    Oh man, it hurt to read that one. :( All fingers & toes crossed that CASE does right by you.
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    Re: Smartphone Photo of the Day

    Couldn't have been too smart or it would know to jump out of the way.
  40. Thread: The Good Wife

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    The Good Wife

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    Re: Exciting Afternoon...FIRE!

    Wow! Quick thinking and fast acting from both of you, WTG. Disaster: averted. :applause:
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    Re: Animated Engines - interesting web site

    Neat-O! Thanks for that link!
  43. Thread: Working from home

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    Re: Working from home

    I've worked from home since 1996. For the first four years it was for the same design studio that I used to commute to. One day I simply decided spending hours a day on a @#$% freeway was not worth...
  44. Thread: The Ultimate TLB?

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    Re: The Ultimate TLB?

    I want it, but not a whole kidney worth. :(
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    Re: Wrong House picked for Home Invasion

    Kinda the same for us; lost tourists, Mormon missionaries and Jehovah's Witnesses. Oh, and every few years a census taker. I know the JWs and missionaries are benign, and it's a pretty safe bet the...
  46. Thread: Dog pics

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    Re: Dog pics

    American Bulldog?
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    Re: Smartphone Photo of the Day

    Ditto New Jersey. Stay away from the awful cities and shorelines and it's some of the most beautiful countryside you'll ever see. Also, the New Yawk & Joisey accents are ONLY found in the urban...
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    Re: Getting on your backhoe

    I get off the tractor seat, grab the ROP and use the rear tire as a step to the backhoe seat. And then the same route back to the tractor seat.

    Probably looks like a monkey in a tree ... don't...
  49. Thread: How did you tell?

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    Re: How did you tell?

    Congratulations, it's a boy! :laughing: :laughing: :laughing:

    In spite of her name, my Baby John is a girl - 'cause she's so little & pretty.
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    Re: RDrancher's Photo Thread

    Assuming the topsoil gets put back (on the top) once you get grade, si?
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    Re: RDrancher's Photo Thread

    :laughing: :laughing: :laughing:
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    Re: RDrancher's Photo Thread

    Ni-i-i-ce driveway.

    And seriously cute kid. And if you really loved him you'd buy him that machine. ;)
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    I put his butt to work!

    Our good friend, Michelle, who works for Best Friends Animal Society is visiting and will be transporting this little senior rescue to his new home in Florida. They're spending the weekend here at...
  54. Re: First day lifeguards on Lake Superior here in Marquette..

    I think I see an iceberg off in the distance.
  55. Re: TBN Offices Evacuated - Fires Burning in San Diego

    Fire is my worst nightmare. Happy to hear the TBN offices & staff are safe but feeling really bad for those who've lost homes & possesions, not to mention all the wild critters that probably got...
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    Re: Had a close call in January.

    Very happy to be reading your story instead of your obituary!

    I believe we human critters were designed to move around a whole bunch more than our modern lifestyles take into account. Not to...
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    Re: RDrancher's Photo Thread

    :laughing: :laughing: :laughing:
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    Re: Baby Pig. Now What?

    Priceless! :laughing: :laughing: :laughing:
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    Snow Re: Russian Arctic Tractors

    Neato! Is that her watch dogging outfit for or something she's observing?

    Tell her to send us more pictures!!!
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    Re: An Accident Can Happen To Anyone.

    Thanks for posting that. It's good to be reminded how quickly a program can go south.

    I have survived so many stupid stunts on the farm, with horses, cows, dirt bikes, street bikes, trucks and...
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    Re: Firefox users...did something change?

    Same here and I don't know how to change it back either. I switched to Firefox to escape IE's latest meltdown, but still trying to get used to it. It only imported some of my bookmarks, the rest, for...
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    Re: Tons of Stuff I Never Knew About Where I Live

    White (about 1,000 yrs. ago). Hi neighbor! :wave:
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    Re: Tons of Stuff I Never Knew About Where I Live

    Tom, if you don't mind my asking, what township in Warren county?
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    Re: Tons of Stuff I Never Knew About Where I Live

    Pretty neat site! I was 99% sure my little burg wouldn't be listed but I'll be dipped if it isn't! Glendale, Utah (UT 84729) profile: population, maps, real estate, averages, homes, statistics,...
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    Re: UPS/FedEx Deliveries with gated road

    No USPS delivery here but UPS & FedEx come up the canyon, road conditions permitting, and leave stuff down by the cattle guard at the start of our drive. From there it's sometimes a 4WD only kinda...
  66. Thread: Helpful neighbor!

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    Re: Helpful neighbor!

    Good, flippin' grief. :( Is the system that overloaded or is her attorney simply trying to wear you out?

    Reminds me of trying to get medical care through the VA system (whose unwritten MO is...
  67. Thread: Dog pics

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    Re: Dog pics

    That's because they wanted a John Deere.

    Sorry, couldn't help myself. ;) Really pretty house BTW. :thumbsup:
  68. Thread: Dog pics

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    Re: Dog pics

    :laughing: Two Dogs Play The "Dueling Banjos". [VIDEO] :laughing:
  69. Thread: Helpful neighbor!

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    Re: Helpful neighbor!

    Welp, tomorrow is the next postponement date, right? Waiting to hear how it goes (with fingers crossed for Shield Arc).
  70. Thread: Helpful neighbor!

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    Re: Helpful neighbor!

    Welp, tomorrow is the next postponement date, right? Waiting to hear how it goes (with fingers crossed for Shield Arc).
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    Re: Wildfires in my neighborhood

    My worst nightmare - fire. So sorry for those affected.
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    Re: Wood tick season in N.E>

    Found our first one of the season yesterday, on one of our dogs. Flushed it (the tick, not the dog).
  73. Thread: Snake Medicine

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    Re: Snake Medicine

    A sure cure!
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    Re: Your camping outfit is suddenly invalid -

    OY! That's a brand new JD 3046R with a few bucks left over for some other shiney bits.
  75. Re: "We don't want no firehouse in our neighborhood...."

    Amen. Here in our little community when a first-responder gets the call and location there's a 99% chance he knows the party personally. These guys CARE and give it 110% with minimal resources under...
  76. Re: "We don't want no firehouse in our neighborhood...."

    Yup, same here. Firehouse is not manned and when a call goes out our EMTs and firefighters respond as quickly as possible, which usually isn't very quick. They could be out moving cows, cutting hay,...
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    Re: Your camping outfit is suddenly invalid -

    Wow. Almost makes me want to go camping ... almost.
  78. Thread: Helpful neighbor!

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    Re: Helpful neighbor!

    You could always eat the trespassing chickens. Just sayin' ...
  79. Re: "We don't want no firehouse in our neighborhood...."

    IIRC, our homeowner's insurance is higher because we're so far from the nearest (rural, all-volunteer) fire station. A compromise I'm happy to make for living out in the boonies with no close...
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    Your camping outfit is suddenly invalid -

    You've never wanted a trailer more than right now. [VIDEO]
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    Re: Poisonous snake, first one seen this year

    Nightmare material. Thanks for the reply ... I think. :snake: :eek:
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    Re: had to put down my Horse.

    I'm so sorry to read this. My heart goes out to you and your family.
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    Re: Poisonous snake, first one seen this year

    Reminds me of that scene in 'Lonesome Dove' where the Irish kid hits a swarm of them while crossing the river. I've never lived in moccasin country and wondered how realistic that bit was. Tell ya...
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    Re: Poisonous snake, first one seen this year

    Where did they think copperheads lived, condos by the lake???? Good grief ...
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    Re: Stuck the RTV, 3930 to the rescue

    And a fine job of getting stuck you did! Ain't tractors handy? :thumbsup:
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    Re: Things to do with old washing machines.

    Or old dryers:

    http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b390/hhomestd/th_RedneckDoghouse_zps8b468c4a.jpg
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    Re: Needs a few minor parts

    I'd insist on a complete fluid & filters change before doing the deal.
  88. Thread: Electrical advice

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    Re: Electrical advice

    Ayup, it happens. :(

    But there should have been some tape or other indicator laid on top of the lines when the trench was originally backfilled, no?
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    Re: Poisonous snake, first one seen this year

    Not sure about the evolution theory but it's a fact they don't always rattle. They don't always coil up and get all snakey either, sometimes they just keep on trucking and ignore you. Still creep me...
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    Re: Poisonous snake, first one seen this year

    So far I've just see some garter snakes but if they're out the stinkin' rattlers are too. Time to load up with snakeshot.
  91. Re: Great old Pictures ..100yrs. old of American Cities...

    What stands out for me is the architecture; classy, stylish, beautiful - as opposed to the hideous steel & glass monstrosities filling most cities today.
  92. Re: Old Photos of Indian Camps, Ranching, Cattle, Cowboys etc...Lot of them....

    Those are great, thanks!
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    Re: Hill Climbing Primer

    I'd go with the snatch block if at all possible, but then, I'm a big sissy. Just be really careful, 'K?

    Oh yeah, and get some pictures for us!
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    Re: How to get Google to stop calling

    I haven't heard from 'Google' but get periodic swarms of nuisance calls like that and let them all go the answering machine. If I'm in a particularly cranky mood I'll pick up, tell them to hold for a...
  95. Thread: Dog pics

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    Re: Dog pics

    Ditto. Hurt myself laughing at those.
  96. Thread: Words fail me ...

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    Re: Words fail me ...

    Not in my area, found it on FaceBook.

    It doesn't look 'shopped or staged but on the other hand, I can't imagine there's a firefighter in the world that dumb. Took me a few seconds to realize what...
  97. Thread: John Deere Wagon

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    Re: John Deere Wagon

    How cool is that!? I want one.
  98. Thread: Words fail me ...

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    Words fail me ...

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  99. Thread: Dog pics

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    Re: Dog pics

    Tell you what, were I a seal that dog would scare me too. He's gorgeous!
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    Re: More babies on the farm!

    Beautiful place, Joe. Thanks for the reply & extra info. Gotta love the Victorian-era screen door gate on the chicken run!
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