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  1. Re: 2,4-D herbicide 'possibly' causes cancer in humans

    Here is an all time favorite: The link between sodium nitrites and cancer | CTCA
  2. Re: 2,4-D herbicide 'possibly' causes cancer in humans

    probably wormed her- all that grease!
  3. Re: 2,4-D herbicide 'possibly' causes cancer in humans

    No different than yours!
  4. Re: 2,4-D herbicide 'possibly' causes cancer in humans

    Just like with smoking- clean that up compared to what it was and look at heart disease drop.

    Think about when smoking got going- 1930's to 1960's - look at the heart disease line.

    When did...
  5. Re: 2,4-D herbicide 'possibly' causes cancer in humans

    Cancer- it is serious. My brother died of brain cancer. Others members of my family on both sides have dealt with it. Coworkers, students, their parents have all been afflicted. Was it always like...
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    Re: anyone build a

    Are you referring to this? 431296
    Titan 3 point hitch Pallet Fork Attachment Category 1 tractor carryall 3PT-PF
    $295.00Buy It NowFree Shipping
    3 Point Forks | eBay
  7. Re: Looking for advice for moving large granite block

    Sounds like a block of granite used for an old foundation. We get them around here in that size from time to time -old barns that have rotted away. A man in Albion, ME sells blocks that are in his...
  8. Re: Looking for advice for moving large granite block

    Good pic on link below, takes less tractor with a stone boat than to move it with a loader. Work the corners with leverage to shift it.
    431118431119
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    Re: Water for the garden

    275 gal is a good amount of water. I thought of putting a spigot on my barrel at the base but I had no way to tighten from the inside. I was worried about the barrel not holding together structurally...
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    Water for the garden

    I planted a new garden in the back field, along with some young trees. It is too far to run a hose, so I got a 55 gal rain barrel from Walmarts and stuck it on my carryall. The siphon action was ok...
  11. Re: Prank Fatal wreck Near Sylvia Kansas could lead to charges against two males.

    People take themselves too seriously - trouble with this country.
  12. Re: Big Earthquake Day Central OKlahoma!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    absentee energy landlords don't much care
  13. Re: Big Earthquake Day Central OKlahoma!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Fracking- has to crack you up!

    Good luck with that- hope there is no structural damage.
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    Re: Rear tine tiller

    cub cadet from tractor supply -- I have one - works well. This one is the next model up from mine. Looks good. I have a cub cadet snow blower also that always runs well, starts easily. I like their...
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    Re: Hi form Denmark

    Good to have you with us!
  16. Re: Accident takes life of Fort Kent man trying to fell large tree

    That's too bad. I wonder if the front end lifted and the tractor rolled itself after giving it some fuel combined with the pull back of the tree when the tractor lost traction.

    Sad way to end the...
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    Re: memories of your grandparents

    My wife's grandmother on her father's side emigrated from Ireland as an older teenager. A few years before she passed away, her grandkids offered to take her back to Ireland to visit family and see...
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    Re: memories of your grandparents

    Depends on the people involved. Myside- I never had grandparents. Wife's side it was a big extended family - kind and loving to all.
    If your spouse gets along with your parents- that helps a...
  19. Re: I "got lost" in the mountains (motorcycle ride)

    One incredible ride!
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    Re: Brush Hogging Hard on Tractor?

    My NH TC30 with my 5' bush hog never overheats. Temp needle is always where it should be. 30hp gear tractor, 1200 hr - I don't run it at the rpm needed to get 540rpm at the pto shaft, doesn't need...
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    Re: New old tractor owner

    I don't know this tractor, except from pictures.

    TractorData.com Cockshutt 540 tractor information

    Oliver Cockshutt 540 Parts - Yesterday's Tractors

    Equipment - INTERNATIONAL COCKSHUTT CLUB...
  22. Re: Recently acquired my first tractor! What's she capable of? (MF 135)

    Stay out of the mud! Once you break through the turf in the spring- your chances of getting stuck increase quite a bit. If you have to get through mud- use speed to keep up the momentum. - like...
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    Re: "Sign on The Sky"

    That rainbow is nice, but I like your backhoe even more. I still have my Northerntool Trencherman that I bought 30 years ago.
    These backhoes are great- they don't tie up your tractor and do a great...
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    Re: A safer alternative to Roundup

    Leave out the chemicals it's fine.
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    Re: need opinions this tiller please

    Try http://www.tractorforum.com/
    They do a lot of this size stuff.

    I think you could still find parts for the motor- Briggs is still going. Maybe the mechanic wanted to sell them something else! ...
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    Re: Who can afford a new truck anymore?

    I've got a 2003 Chevy Silverado 2500HD that I bought new. It has 129000 miles. I thought about a new truck until I checked out the prices. Same truck today would be 10-15000 more than I paid then....
  27. Re: If you could only stock your home bar with 3 types of liquor, what would they be?

    I stopped worrying about what people want to drink years ago. My wife and I rarely have a drink. As for a home bar/stock- never had one.
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    Re: Big birds on backyard

    Cranes, herons, bitterns, and egrets are what we have. Anywhere there is a good snowfall and frozen water in the winter - we have them migrate. One past student told me of finding a dead great blue...
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    Re: 8N Restoration

    Nice work!
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    Re: Befco Tillers!

    -Nice work with those pins. I always wanted to do lathe work- never got going. My father in law was a GE machinist 30 yr.
    It is always great when you can fabricate what you need, instead of having...
  31. Thread: BLUE

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    Re: BLUE

    LS is a good tractor. Used to be LG, They made many of the tractors for Farmpro, Montana, NH before striking out on their own. I don't think there is a purebred tractor company left! They farm out...
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    Re: Befco Tillers!

    Nice set up! It sure beats walking behind a tiller!
    Enjoy your gardening!
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    Tiller Re: Tillers, 3pt. or hand?

    A lot of our topsoil in my area is only 7-8 " deep and in many spots there is gray blue clay below that. A chisel plow that brings up that pure clay is not doing any good. Know your dirt and go from...
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    Re: Can a hose be patched?

    Teflon tape worked for me. I started the wrap back from the 1st two threads so that as I tightened it, it would push the tape away from the end. I tried it dry- some on TBN said that worked for them...
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    Re: Can a hose be patched?

    Go to someone who can do the complete hose for you- easier. (Parker in Bangor - in my area) I bought one at tractor supply and spent the next week tracking down fittings to make the connections. I...
  36. Re: My BX2200 runs hotter when mowing than roto-tilling

    To reach 540 rpm pto speed my TC30 needs to run about 2400 rpm. I was tilling the garden at that speed and it just didn't sound right. I dropped the rpms to 2100-2200 rpms and the engine sounded...
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    Re: Acquired non-running 8N - where to start

    8N- 12v or 6v? Are you going to fry something if it is 6v and you jump it from your truck? I don't know.
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    Re: Acquired non-running 8N - where to start

    TractorData.com Ford 8N tractor photos information
  39. Thread: Mr.

    by tcreeley
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    Re: Mr.

    Good to have you, welcome!
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    Re: How does your garden grow?

    My gardens are tilled and hilled. I need to mulch with bio plastic, lay drip hose on one, then plant the two of them. I have last year's left over potatoes ready to go. This year I am using a 3 pt...
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    Tiller Re: Tillers, 3pt. or hand?

    offset 48" tiller - $1095.95
    offset 60" tiller -$1195.95 I have the 5' model for my NH TC30, rugged and works well with my 30hp tractor - pics taken the day it arrived, works great in the...
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    Re: how big of a tiller can you run on a 2920?

    offset 48" tiller - $1095.95 I have the 5' model for my NH TC30, rugged and works well with my 30hp tractor


    48 Inch Rotary Tiller-Tillovators | Agri Supply #77709...
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    Re: Horse Manure as fertilizer ?

    [QUOTE=Sawyer Rob;4135905]My "back garden" pict., lower right, you can see all the potatoes I plant. Here's the size potatoes those plants produced, they are Yukon Golds,
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    Re: Horse Manure as fertilizer ?

    With potatoes- I gave up spraying them. I walk the rows every couple of fays and squish the egg masses under the leaves, and pinch the potato bugs. Doesn;t take any more time than spraying and...
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    Re: Horse Manure as fertilizer ?

    You don't plant potatoes do you? When you say your bugs are pretty much taken care of, I was wondering if you get potato bugs. I like the idea of mulching like you do!
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    Re: Horse Manure as fertilizer ?

    Is that hay you are using for mulch? Just wondering. When we use hay for mulch we get slugs.
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    Re: Horse Manure as fertilizer ?

    :thumbsup::thumbsup:
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    Re: Picked up this lot the other day

    Looks like a nice bit of work there. Good find!
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    Re: What do you do for vacation

    We don't go on vacations. Sometimes my wife visits her relatives and stays at their house/s. I used to like going to Canada- but we have not done that since the US requires a passport card to get...
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    Re: Tractor recommendations for hobby farm

    Beet juice is water soluble- clean it up with water. Doesn't pollute, no chemicals.
    Antifreeze is a toxic chemical that pollutes. Bad for whaterever it gets into. Kills animals.
    CaCl is...
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    Re: Horse Manure as fertilizer ?

    If the horse manure is not over a year old it will contain bedding (shavings, sawdust) that hasn't composted. In the garden, the bedding will soak up the available nitrogen as it breaks down. The...
  52. Re: TC40A Gear drive and the Rabbit/tortoise switch on the joystick

    -good to know, thanks
  53. Re: TC40A Gear drive and the Rabbit/tortoise switch on the joystick

    What is this switch supposed to do? I have a tortoise rabbit switch just below the seat on my 2003 NH TC30. You turn it left or right - a couple of turns either way. What is it supposed to do? I...
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    Re: Tractor recommendations for hobby farm

    Beet juice- rim guard is great for filling tires and does not pollute or rust the rims like calcium chloride. And it won't ever freeze on you. (Methanol is natural gas - wrong words) I like my NH...
  55. Re: Drilling Hole Down the Middle of a Four Foot Long 6X6

    Some long 4' x 1/2" sized auger bits:

    Eliminator carbide tipped auger bit in Auger Bits - Long at Log Home Store
  56. Re: OMG! (Oh my god) Our society will never survive.

    High energy people can be bi-polar people as well, big ideas, get a lot done, and fade as their natural rhythms shift. Not every high energy person is ADHD. Like saying that Einstein had a learning...
  57. Re: OMG! (Oh my god) Our society will never survive.

    Eric the Oracle + SIT DOWN AND STUDY! Video by Nomad531 | Photobucket


    Looks good in a clip - doesn't work in real life, even if you could wack the kids. -The kids already get wacked at home,...
  58. Re: OMG! (Oh my god) Our society will never survive.

    Re autism, latest connection being studied is that glysophate residue is interacting with the body to increase aluminum (a neuro-toxin) uptake.
    Autism Explained: Synergistic Poisoning from Aluminum...
  59. Re: OMG! (Oh my god) Our society will never survive.

    The increase in autism is real. Same for ADHD. Just like you can tell pretty much by looking if a child has Downe Syndrome, you can pick out the child with autism. I've just retired from 26 years in...
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    Re: A safer alternative to Roundup

    Weed killer kills human cells. Study intensifies debate over 'inert' ingredients.
    Weed killer kills human cells. Study intensifies debate over 'inert' ingredients.
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    Re: A safer alternative to Roundup

    Argentina: 30,000 Doctors and Health Professionals Demand Ban on Glyphosate ....click on the link below for story!

    Access Forbidden - sustainablepulse.com
  62. Re: OMG! (Oh my god) Our society will never survive.

    :thumbsup:
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    Re: A safer alternative to Roundup

    Glyphosate induces human breast cancer cells growth via estrogen receptors.
    Glyphosate induces human breast cancer cells growth via estrogen receptors. - PubMed - NCBI


    Argentine study- they use...
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    Re: Fracking fluids found in 3 PA water wells...

    No one much cares on the fracking side, polluted wells, polluted groundwater- those are the costs of business. Money is money. That comes first. Taking care of the environment means having a nice...
  65. Re: OMG! (Oh my god) Our society will never survive.

    By the way we all know that Nero fiddled while Rome burned refers to his being sexually engaged....don't we?
  66. Re: OMG! (Oh my god) Our society will never survive.

    1 in 51 kids have autism today. Not long ago it was 1 in 200. When I was a kid it was less than 1 in 10,000. Look at that trend line. These are the youth who will inherit what we leave them. Do we...
  67. Thread: Cab or no Cab

    by tcreeley
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    Re: Cab or no Cab

    depends on the weather I would think A cab makes sense if you can afford it. Going through the woods you may have clear branches more carefully- but rain, snow, and cold will matter less. ... Of...
  68. Thread: ID this plant

    by tcreeley
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    Re: ID this plant

    Dogwood? Does it have any berries on it at the end of summer? - round white or blue?
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    Re: Creating my horse barn

    Read up on founder, colic. Bute is good for inflammation and pain - vet sells it. Good luck.
  70. Rear Finish Mower Re: I don't think my 1705 wants anymore mower than this..

    Looks great! We are still in snow!
  71. Re: Home-made mini tractor 4*4 with the joint joined frame

    Powerful tractor! Beautiful job making it and using it!
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    Re: Fresh spring stuck

    Working as a groom at a morgan training stable, after college, I got the good tractor stuck on the manure road where we used to empty the spreader. It wouldn't budge with the other tractor. We hooked...
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    Tiller Re: Country Line 6' Tiller

    Congratz on your new tiller! I bought a 5' tiller a few weeks ago from Agri Supply. Tractor Supply wasn't stocked with tillers yet up here.
    The tiller you got looks rugged. It will be great using...
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    Re: Ahhhh....Spring! Finally!

    We are still surrounded in snow but the bare patches are increasing. Where the water from the melt builds on the surface you get a little pond. When you come back later you see a drain hole where the...
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    Re: Hi from Slovakia!

    Welcome, good to have you with us!
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    Re: Who wants some stumps in MA

    In the Berkshires where I grew up there was a stump fence- like driftwood and impassable. It must have been well over a 100 years old. It was the boundary between the woords and field. The field side...
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    Re: Fresh spring stuck

    No ditch for now! That ground is wet!
    Good luck!
  78. Re: Best Stain for "Barn Red" color and long lasting protection

    I use Cabot stains. The stains soak into the wood. They clean up with mineral spirits. They can be brush painted or sprayed. They come in solid, and semi-solid. The solid provides the greatest...
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    Re: New Member bluegrass state

    Good to have you, welcome from Maine!
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    Re: Oliver 77 Industrial

    Nice tractor- when you are tired of it- drop it off!:D:laughing:
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    Re: Lifting 1,000 Gallon Propane Tank.....

    Up here they take the 100lb propane cylinders, crack them open to air out. Then they shoot a hole through them and take them to the scrap yard.
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    Re: Greetings from Alaska

    Welcome- good to have you!
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    Re: First Ruby Thorated hummers yesterday...

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    Spring 2015 Migration of Ruby-throated Hummingbirds

    We are running 3-4 weeks later than what we had been. Most of the ground is still covered in snow. Robins are just showing up....
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    Re: Body Filler for concrete voids

    You sound like you are reading it from a set of directions. Just wondered.
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    Re: Body Filler for concrete voids

    You watch somebody do this?
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    Re: Grooving tires the easy way.

    Good to have money to burn, or they're his FIL's tires!
  87. Re: Ice maker use from freezer on fridge bottom topic

    We rarely use ice cubes- just let the water run cold from the tap. Once in a while I might use a cube or two - but they are a pain to bother with- so I don't. Soda or juice just sits in the fridge...
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    Re: How to fix leaning plastic fence?

    Around here the frost heaves all of the fence posts, regardless if they are 1 or 4 ft into the ground. They come up 3-6 inches a year. My 6x6 pt posts I'll push back down in the spring with the...
  89. Thread: April 8 snow

    by tcreeley
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    Re: April 8 snow

    We only got an inch last night- but the snow is still thick on the ground everywhere. It is still melting off the roof from this past winter.
  90. Thread: Wash it

    by tcreeley
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    Re: Wash it

    Years ago they never used salt- just sand. The brakes would last the life of the vehicle, calipers, lines included. They started salting and now I am replacing lines, calipers, etc around 50-60000...
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    Re: biggest round split by hand

    I try not to use a splitting maul and rarely have to. 10" pc's qill fit into the stove, and since I stopped buying 4 ft nothing is that big that arrives at the doorstep. I work the pieces from the...
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    Re: Blizzard 2015 Boston

    We've had two ice creams a week apart at two outdoor favorite spots - Giffords in Bangor, and Sawyers in Newport as we were doing errands. They are open for the season. It was 31F in line at Sawyers...
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    Re: Blizzard 2015 Boston

    We are still getting snow. 1-2 inches tonight. We've had 4-5 in the last week over a couple of days. It melts but the ground is solidly still covered with up to 6". I still have snow on the roof....
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    Re: cast iron cookware care

    I've been reading lately that pure neatsfoot oil (made from cows' shin bones and feet) is good for wood (besides leather). The non-pure stuff has petroleum based stuff added (that rots the thread in...
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    Re: $150M Award in Chrysler Lawsuit

    :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
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    Re: new member from cameroon

    Welcome, Good to have you with us!
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    Re: No tractor time

    Good Luck to your little girl and your family. The medical community are whizzes at what they do. Good Luck and our best to all of you!
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    Re: $150M Award in Chrysler Lawsuit

    pickups, suv's, tractor trailers, vehicles folded - Look at the school bus eating up a car's rear bumper.420006420007420010

    Speed led to 75-car pileup on I-95, speed limit sign recordings show
    ...
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    Re: TC35DA auxiliary step

    http://www.globalindustrial.com/p/janitorial-maintenance/ladders/step-stands/foldup-steel-step-14-inch-w-x-9-inch-sfs149

    You'd have to fabricate the bracket to hold these.

    This northern tool...
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    Re: TC35DA auxiliary step

    I put this step in - just a flat stock bar folded in a vice using a 3lb hammer after I heated it with a torch. I made a little brace so that it would not rock away from me when I climbed in. My...
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