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Steve II JD 4000    Posted 11-20-2003 at 20:25:42       [Reply]  [No Email]
3-4 weeks of waiting to get back on line after we move in our own house!! man I am TIRED AND WORN OUT.. but... this house is Not out in county! just a house for now (rent ouch) will be still loooking for house out county to buy. maybe start with just land.. man I can not park any of my tractors here right in the NUT CITY.

Guess what happen.. 2 weeks after the moving, one our outside cat went missing in auction! told wife to put ad in paper for missing cat. been checking at the aminal office no Black cat show up yet. I bet it could have been run over by a million of cars passing around every day. at last we have two cats. one is a indoor cat never go out. This one cat is only 2 year old and told wife not let this cat out with out being outside and not take eyes off of it and PUT TAG ON.

Well that 's story of a farmer moving in the city and going nuts. you know when spring is near I will go Real NUTS.. no where to PLANT.!!.


ret    Posted 11-21-2003 at 06:39:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
what they say. if it is outside running around it isn't yours. Dig in your flowers or garden and run into cat poop and you will see why a cat can pizz other people off.

Cindi    Posted 11-21-2003 at 01:36:51       [Reply]  [No Email]
I don't envy you. Good luck finding your new country house.

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