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Saw this really tired.....
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Fern(Mi)    Posted 04-01-2004 at 15:11:31       [Reply]  [No Email]
....Ford Tractor a-side road on my way to pickup specks. On way back it was doing a fine job broadcasting urea on grass hay.
I'll start floating our fields next week with an 8-ton box when they've dried a bit more.


TO35    Posted 04-01-2004 at 15:25:25       [Reply]  [No Email]
howdy Fern...what did you do today to get so tired? or is it that her clink put that skillet on you and you don't want us to know?

Ohhh btw the fingers don't hurt much anymore just ache a little now and then...

TO...somebody needs to fix some supper...I'm hungry


Fern(Mi)    Posted 04-01-2004 at 15:38:19       [Reply]  [No Email]
Only broke one finger right hand, still got in way holding hammer.
Left hand broke'em all I think. Some twice. Being Carpenter I put the pain out of my mind. Never found a better way to get the nails out of apron.
Best broken finger apron had to be the California leather syled wide belted models.

Mud just got to me this morning, over my boots. Had to catch bred hiefers east end barn and sort out one open cow. Then run this bunch around barn's front to West side. The East side open I let the yearling hiefers out into the old bred hiefer lot.
Of-course all these new grounds for all these critters moving around the yards, theytook up running. Yep, running through fences and the whole works one fence twice.
Everybody moved, fences temped, I went for specks or have to wait till next Monday Or Tuesday. Getting back fix fences permanent.
Still got mud. But none as deep or boot sucking mireing as that mire on the so.side of the barn.
Whew! I'm tiring out just thinking about it again.
Have a good evening. Cook and eat hearty.


KellyGa    Posted 04-01-2004 at 15:29:40       [Reply]  [No Email]
I'll trade ya that saw for a home cooked meal...lol


TO35    Posted 04-01-2004 at 15:37:11       [Reply]  [No Email]
yer...to late I'm fixing my famous home made burgers...theres only me and the Tiki (the mutt)
here so I'll fix two fer me and one for her...unless she gets snappy like the daughter then I'll have to fix her two.....mutts ...don't ya just love-em...this one has me trained...lol


TO


KellyGa    Posted 04-01-2004 at 15:43:09       [Reply]  [No Email]
mmmmm...sounds good. I know that dog is getting some burgers, lol. Tip always does.


KellyGa    Posted 04-01-2004 at 15:29:13       [Reply]  [No Email]
I already did, country fried steak with gravy, mashed taters, mac and cheese, steamed broccoli, and fresh corn on the cob, come an git it...lol


Clipper    Posted 04-01-2004 at 15:20:31       [Reply]  [No Email]
They build em that way....tired that is.:^)


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