When a tractor comes in extra handy
Have a Bug-Out Bag Ready
Some people have a bug-out bag ready just in case they need to make a run for it. But when you have a tractor, you can bring a much bigger bug-out bag than most people. In fact you don’t even need to put the fridge in a bag. Just make sure it’s securely fastened to your escape vehicle.
That doesn’t look like John Deere green!! LOL
Nothing unusual about that. I did the same thing with my Kubota after hurricane Michael totaled the front porch of my house.
Another way to do this exact task, without tractor, by yourself. Get about 10. 5 inch x 8 foot round wood fence posts. Jack up one side of tub, install 3 to 4 fence post/under tub, in direction of travel, and several in front of tub. Push tub onto other posts and keep moving posts in front of tub as you move forward. Amazing how easy this works. Kind of/like the Egyptians.
Take that tractor back, there’s a problem with the front.
19 of 19 “We’re going to the tractor, and we’re going to get married. Going to the tractor, and we’re going to get married. Going to the tractor of love….”
I placed a dock/deck on my pond with my Kuboat (spelling intentional) a couple months back.
Soooo….. Things people load with a loader huh?
And a wedding on. Massey Ferguson
Now he can really go trail riding.
I was hoping to see strange things, but all I saw was people lifting things with their tractors, which is…. what you are supposed to do with them.
Some people will do almost anything to keep their bucket dry!
I seen a picture like this somewhere before except they were both very hefty so you couldn’t see the tractor.
This on the other hand this is a beautiful young couple and glad they have a tractor to help keep all the manure out of their relationship.
User JB4310 (picnic table) probably needed that tractor to move the table. I have built several picnic tables (remarkably almost identical) over the years. Mine are primarily 6′ or 8′ units using 2×6’s , with a few 4′ child size units, using 2×4’s. All made with PT lumber. JB4310’s appears to be 12′ or so, and I can attest, lifting that table with anything less than a tractor would be a hernia maker for sure. I use my little B7300 with loader and forks to load my tables on to a trailer for delivery.