Re: Tractors on the brain.....addiction, obsession ???
I had a nightmare once that my X500 was gone from the garage. I had to get up to look.
As for "Tractors on the brain, an addiction or obsession", it is neither. It is thankfully a reality.
Showing my age here, I'd rather be in the garage working on my tractor or cutting the lawn than my nose stuck on some hand held device playing a game. I'd feel that life is passing and I'm not even participating.
I guess I have to question, when the "connected" generations are in their 60s or 70s and look back at the hundreds perhaps thousands ? of hours wasted on games, what value or enjoyment have they brought to themselves, family, or the world for that matter.
Guess I'm just an old guy who grew up, lived, and worked in the real world, and probably wouldn't change anything. Sorry to say guys and gals, even the half hour or so I spend here almost daily, I get antsy and have to get out to the garage to see what is going on and what I can get into today..
Wouldn't change it for anything.
X 500 48" Deck 48" blade
Stihl BR 600
Sears Suburban Super 12 1968
Craftsman 1990 something LG Tractor 46" deck
Original Kohler 8hp Giant Vac early 1960s