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    Default Pulled out a Kubota today

    Middle of the storm and I had just got back from a run into town when the phone range. Teenager up the hill calling for her mother. "Can you bring your tractor up? ours is stuck in a ditch". Be right up. I'd just plowed them out two hours ago so there wasn't much need for them to be plowing but it's their drive and whatever!
    You know that feeling whenever tractor of color A pulls up to hook onto tractor of color B When I get up there there is the lady that owns the tractor pointing to another neighbor of mine who is a kubota owner and was "just helping her out" making it clear who drove the tractor in the ditch.
    To be fair I set a trap for him by pushing the banks back as far as I could the other day. There was a lot of flat snow with swamp under it. By the time the Kubotas plow blade got to the snow bank he had three tires off the road and no chance even with the good chains she has on. No harm done and thank yous all around and waiting to see how much more snow we are going to get. What we have got today is heavy wet snowman snow that doesn't want to come off the blade. It's raining down in the valley 34 to 35 degrees. up here on the hill it's 30 and snowing pretty steady. What a difference a thousand feet in elevation can make.

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    Default Re: Pulled out a Kubota today

    You know the standard TBM reply, no pictures then it must not of happened.
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    Default Re: Pulled out a Kubota today

    Are you positive that it was a kubota? Perhaps it was a John Deere painted Orange.
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    Default Re: Pulled out a Kubota today

    Quote Originally Posted by crazyal View Post
    You know the standard TBM reply, no pictures then it must not of happened.
    You are right!! But that would have been just mean and ornery to take her picture while she was indisposed.

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    Default Re: Pulled out a Kubota today

    Quote Originally Posted by creekbend View Post
    Are you positive that it was a kubota? Perhaps it was a John Deere painted Orange.
    Well maybe a youngster John Deere with a lot of growing up yet to do. Do they make them wear orange until they are full grown?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vtsnowedin View Post
    Well maybe a youngster John Deere with a lot of growing up yet to do. Do they make them wear orange until they are full grown?
    I am unaware that tractors had "Dress Codes". Is the dress code enforced by local, State, or Federal statutes?
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    Default Re: Pulled out a Kubota today

    Yep...sounds like BS to me....no pics...it didn't happen

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    Default Re: Pulled out a Kubota today

    Most fruit is green until it ripens!

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    Default Re: Pulled out a Kubota today

    Quote Originally Posted by art View Post
    Most fruit is green until it ripens!
    So my Green one will be forever young while an orange one is ripe and starting to rot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by art View Post
    Most fruit is green until it ripens!
    thats funny, i jusst can't remember picking any blue fruit.

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