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Dreamweaver    Posted 03-26-2001 at 18:56:58       [Reply]  [No Email]
Dang it Hank. If I had hired "Big Bud" today instead of that Allis C., maybe they wouldn't have charged me $150! heehee - Just one swoop and it'd be all she wrote!


TomH    Posted 03-27-2001 at 17:04:14       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Here's Bud's stompin grounds. I've never been to the Palouse region, but would love to see it sometime (purple mountains' majesty, amber fields of grain, and all that...)


Mudcat49    Posted 03-27-2001 at 05:28:39       [Reply]  [No Email]
DW, the cost of just moving a big tractor in like Big Bud in would of been more than $150.00. I do custom tractor work and when I give a bill to people they sometimes say "THIS MUCH FOR JUST 2 HOURS OF WORK!!" but they don't realize the hidden cost such the cost of moving the tractor and equipment to their site, Insurance etc.


IHank    Posted 03-26-2001 at 19:11:38       [Reply]  [Send Email]
DW- Don't 'cha be knocking that Allis Chalmers now! If you're into doing 1,000 acres of sweet corn that's another story...

Quit the jaw jacking and dig harder in the couch cushions for quarters and dimes. Mebbie encourage your boyfriends to take a nap on the couch and "donate"...

Then, get out here to Hanger 19 and help me put back together my mighty Farmall F-450 "big dog" tractor (it's like a Farmall M on steroids).

From there we can drive it cross country to yhour place and till your garden about any way you want it.

Hoping your spring garden planting goes well. Tne way the weather is here my planting season might not start 'till July, and Larry's up in WI 'till August! Big grin here, IHank


Larry    Posted 03-26-2001 at 23:17:00       [Reply]  [Send Email]

Ya,we have only two seasons here in Wisconsin,winter and July.Summer around here is three months of tough sledding.One good thing about summer though is that it's easier to drill a hole in the lake to go fishing.


Alvin NE WI    Posted 03-27-2001 at 07:38:52       [Reply]  [No Email]
Larry-- you forgot , we have two more seasons ,road construction and DEER SEASON, not really in that order!! It also is a lot easier to put a boat in the lake in the short "summer" season.


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