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Scott Hansen    Posted 05-19-2003 at 07:28:06       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I think this has been done before, but I want to know where people are that frequent the board. It gives people a sense of connection, and helps the rest of us learn about areas we aren't familiar with, so state your location!

I'm in Salt Lake City, Utah


Earl Wade    Posted 05-26-2003 at 18:47:07       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I live in Stafford, VA, 8 miles from Fredericksburg. Born and raised in WV down next to KY State line. I came out of the Hatfield/McCoy part of WV.
They only teach the "3 R's" in school down there. Reading, Righten and Route 81 north, so you can get out of there as soon as possible.


JanO    Posted 05-20-2003 at 19:23:47       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Currently in Menifee, California. Wishing we were in NW Washington, Grays Harbor County. We have about 10 acres up there that will be paid for by the end of the month (YIPPEE!!!!) Now, if we can just find jobs up there, we'd be on our way...


Redneck    Posted 05-20-2003 at 17:53:47       [Reply]  [No Email]
Not as far back in the woods of northeast Alabama as I would like to be.


Jim(MO)    Posted 05-20-2003 at 14:07:33       [Reply]  [No Email]
Chariton County, (North Central) Missouri most of the time. Still have to spend some time in Kansas City now and then to earn a paycheck to support my country life.


BadMoon    Posted 05-20-2003 at 11:40:24       [Reply]  [Send Email]
New Albany, MS. A few years ago(late 60's) a feller from our hometown named "Steamboat" Fulton appeared on the Johnny Carson show. Johnny asked him where New Albany was? Steamboat, witty as usual, said about 2 miles south of Punkin Center and 17 miles northeast of Dumas, Ms(small communities around home-not on map). Any way were 21miles west of Tupelo, MS and 92miles SoEast of Memphis, TN. By the way, Steamboat was on Johnny's show to play the whiskey bottles. He filled the bottles with colored water with varying amounts to produce different sounds. Made good music sounding like a xylaphone. Steamboat built this musical instrument-He died in the 80's. Don't know what became of his creation.


Taylor Lambert    Posted 05-20-2003 at 17:43:33       [Reply]  [No Email]
I live in Iuka MS about 55 miles from New Albany MS. Basically look in at MS on the map and im as far north eas as you can go without hitting Alabama and Tennessee.


BadMoon in MS    Posted 05-21-2003 at 00:59:50       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hello Taylor! From 82 to 86 I went to NEMCC. There were several guys from up around your neck of the woods in Machine Shop and Tool&Die Tech with me. Also I worked at Parker-Hannifin with some Iuka folks-left there in 89 for a T&D job in NA.


Taylor Lambert    Posted 05-22-2003 at 00:13:05       [Reply]  [No Email]
I took Machine shop there. I rebuilt the ole CLearfield Jig borer in the back of setction of the shop. THey removed the big lathe at the back before i atteneded saw it one time on a feild trip there. I bet you were in the same Class as Stevie Lovelace and Patrick Bobo. Stevie teaches machine shop now and Mike snowden got moved to the tool and die side. I think Stevie and patrick both worked at Parker.


BadMoon    Posted 05-23-2003 at 01:40:50       [Reply]  [No Email]
Yep, Stevie was after me, I had classes with his older brother David. I remember Bobo's name, but I can't put a face to him. Mr J T Cartright(you buncha Rooks-what he called us students) was T&D instructor. Mr James Glasgow, from Paden, had me 2 yrs in machine shop. Are u still in the Trade?


Taylor Lambert    Posted 05-23-2003 at 16:22:17       [Reply]  [No Email]
Yep thats Mr.Cartwright Im sorta in the trade, got alot of dirt moving in the viens. I part time machine here i have an old Lehmann lathe 27 inch swing lathe with 7 feet between centers, i need a #5 morse taper centerdrill chuck for it. six welders 3 drill presses a smal 10 inch swing Logan lathe, power hacksaw, chopsaw,and a Linde radial arm pattern burner for 1/8 to 10 inches thick plate. I like the work just cant handle working indoors. I used to run a Moreseki 2 station horizontal machining center for Hydraulic Analysis machining pumps but lost interes after changing parts all the time. I repair alot of equipment and do fab work, mostly the odd ball stuff no one else wants. Take care Taylor Lambert


Carol    Posted 05-20-2003 at 10:11:50       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I live in Mountain Home, Arkansas, on 23 acres. Our place is one mile from Bull Shoals Lake. In residence there are milk goats, horses, chickens, one lonely Tom turkey, a couple of pigs, and assorted dogs, cats, ...oh and my better half...


Jim in Michigan    Posted 05-20-2003 at 07:02:28       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Upper Pennisula of Michigan, up about as far north as you can go unless you want to swim,,I and wouldnt recommend swimming as the water temp is 34 degrees in lake Superior right now,,Jim


Juliana    Posted 05-19-2003 at 21:02:52       [Reply]  [No Email]
I was the one from Orlando...have moved to Chuckey, Tn. and am renting a nice little place. I got my baby chicks last week, 5 hens and a rooster. The wild ducks come now when I call them to get their bread. My "neighbors" in back of me are all steers and a mixed herd out front. Now if I can just get someone to till a garden, I already have the seeds. I LOVE THIS! :-)


Hal/WA    Posted 05-19-2003 at 20:58:34       [Reply]  [No Email]
I live Southeast of Spokane, Washington on a corner of property that I grew up on.


Burlgoat    Posted 05-19-2003 at 19:34:18       [Reply]  [No Email]
North Central Texas We have a lakehouse at Lake Limestone and a farm at Fairfield.I am in the process of remodeling and adding on to the lakehouse doing all of the work myself.Work on the house has slowed down a little.MRS.Goat'was diagonsed with cancer so we have spent alot of our time in Waco at The Cancer Center for her treatments&doctor visits.


Yankee    Posted 05-19-2003 at 18:27:40       [Reply]  [No Email]
My family and I have 3 acres in south west oklahoma in the town of sterling.It is about 45 mins south west of oklahoma city.


Lazy Al    Posted 05-19-2003 at 18:09:09       [Reply]  [No Email]
If you put you left hand on the table palm down
We're about at the end of your little finger in
lower Michigan . Close to the Buckley ole steam
engine show grounds .
Al


Jerry (KS)    Posted 05-19-2003 at 17:41:56       [Reply]  [No Email]
South central Kansas.........bout 3 miles east of Wichita.


DeadCarp    Posted 05-19-2003 at 17:04:54       [Reply]  [No Email]
We live in a glorified 100-yr-old log cabin on a peninsula between a river and lake (Shell River & Lower Twin lake) in central Minnesota about midway between Fargo & Duluth. In the picture you can see the lake dock across from the river dock. That squarish spot in the middle is the cabin. We get maybe 4 cars a day (one neighbor works) and hear mostly birds. Had a motel in town but got the heck back here :)


Sid    Posted 05-19-2003 at 16:44:45       [Reply]  [No Email]
SW MO about thirty minutes west of Springfield.


Okie-Dokie    Posted 05-19-2003 at 15:44:08       [Reply]  [No Email]
E. Centeral Okla. In the Deep Fork Basin of the Cimmeron Valley.


Fawteen    Posted 05-19-2003 at 15:04:49       [Reply]  [No Email]
Prospect Harbor, Maine.

Across Frenchman Bay from Bar Harbor.


Donna from Mo    Posted 05-19-2003 at 14:56:02       [Reply]  [No Email]
Near Kansas City, Missouri


Good Lord    Posted 05-19-2003 at 14:06:02       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hi,
I'm in Nevada, nearest city is Reno. I'm five minutes away from the famous bordello, Mustang Ranch.
Paul.


Chuck, WA    Posted 05-19-2003 at 13:51:14       [Reply]  [No Email]
South-central Washington state; east of the mountains; in the bend of the Columbia River where it leaves the WA-OR border and swings north; 35 mi. north of Oregon; lower end of the Yakima Valley (tree fruit and wine grapes); west edge of the Palouse, dryland wheat country.


williamf    Posted 05-19-2003 at 13:19:12       [Reply]  [No Email]
Leesburg, S.C., near the middle of the state, just below the Fall Line.


Jimbob    Posted 05-19-2003 at 13:10:02       [Reply]  [No Email]
Zone 5- Lake City, MI


Patria / PR    Posted 05-19-2003 at 12:51:56       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hello Scott Hansen and everyone:

I live in Puerto Rico; the official name is
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.

Population: 3,858,806 (2002 estimate)

Size: Approximately 100 by 35 miles (160 by 56 kilometers)

Right now I'm 'living' nowhere, so to speak. We own a house in Juncos, S/PR, and have been adding some new rooms but the project is stoped for now. I don't know for how long we'll be living in this rented house in Las Piedras, S/PR also; will have to move soon to San Juan, in the north.

So you see, we are sort of in a limbo.

I'm starting to feel a bit restless..

Take Care
Patria




Ron/PA    Posted 05-19-2003 at 10:47:01       [Reply]  [No Email]
Central PA, still wearing out the same old fields that we have worn out for the last 200+ years.
Later
Ron


Tom A    Posted 05-19-2003 at 10:28:36       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Live on the last 20 acres of an old farm in Middletown, sort of west-central Maryland. I got the hilly stuff they couldn't build houses on! But the 100+ year old bank barn and the house are great.

tom


markct    Posted 05-19-2003 at 09:36:10       [Reply]  [No Email]
northfield, connecticut, my parents have 20 acres here,nice small town but its gettin too populated too fast.


Pigster    Posted 05-19-2003 at 09:14:33       [Reply]  [No Email]
The last 5 acres and buildings from an old farmsted in southeast Wisconsin. My heart's desire and favorite place is our place in the woods in Northern wisconsin's oneida county


Judy    Posted 05-19-2003 at 09:07:22       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We own a 45 acre horse farm in Monticello, Florida, which is about 20 minutes south of Thomasville Georgia. It's a great place to live, as it feels like you've gone back 40 or 50 years in time--very quiet and peaceful. We've been raising registered American Miniature Horses for about 18 years, and have a herd of 54 at present. For those who are interested, Miniature horses are are 34", and under. Although they can't carry too much weight, they are quite able to pull a cart carrying two adults with no trouble! We sell them to buyers from all over the United States, and even Puerto Rico! They are wonderful little guys, and make great little pets,as well as show horses, and driving horses!


Patria / PR    Posted 05-19-2003 at 12:57:34       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hello Judy

I'm not sure where Monticello is, but I'll check.

My son lives in Fernandina Beach and works in Amelia Island Plantation.

Do you ever come to Puerto Rico?

Patria




cowgirlj    Posted 05-19-2003 at 08:55:35       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Scott, if you go ti this link, it is the map that made on Common Ground
http://pub11.bravenet.com/guestmap/show.php?usernum=932800743&lightmap=0&icons=0&&entrylist=0&zoom=0&welcome=1%27


Dan    Posted 05-19-2003 at 08:34:29       [Reply]  [No Email]
Alberta, Canada. The land of standard axle tractors.


HEY DAN! QUESTION FOR YOU!    Posted 05-19-2003 at 10:43:06       [Reply]  [No Email]
Sorry for yellin. Why do them folks up there only use them standard tractors? Southern Dummie


Dan    Posted 05-19-2003 at 19:30:44       [Reply]  [No Email]
You know, I'm not really sure, I think mainly the farming in western Canada is grain, cereal and feed crops. So the standard axle is better suited for the fields. Few if any commercial garden crops or crops with rows that require adjustable axles are around here. To tell you the truth, a tricycle or row crop is quite collectable here and are appreciated at the tractor shows.I hope some of this makes sense.


Willy-N    Posted 05-19-2003 at 07:52:31       [Reply]  [No Email]
On 40 acres at the 2,800 ft level in Sunny Okanogan, Washington. Mark H.


Randy    Posted 05-19-2003 at 07:40:30       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I live in beautiful Bridgewater, CT. Also have a house in Deposit, NY and 50 acres in Sidney, NY.


wapial    Posted 05-19-2003 at 09:03:38       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I live in Brooks Oregon at the home of "The great Oregon Steam show"with approx 50 old tractors, 18 steam outfits and over 100 antique trucks, life don't get no better than that


Cathy in Oregon    Posted 05-19-2003 at 11:07:22       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hey Wapial! I am between Silverton and about 5 minutes from Scotts Mills. That makes us neighbors! Do tell more about the goings on in Brooks. I may have to get the nephew and stop by and see it all!


magpie    Posted 05-19-2003 at 09:30:22       [Reply]  [No Email]
Sounds very interesting! when does this occur?


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