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If I could get one of my tractors into the living room and under the tree, that would make a fine photo. Of course that might be the last stupid thing I did in my life...
 

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If I could get one of my tractors into the living room and under the tree, that would make a fine photo. Of course that might be the last stupid thing I did in my life...
That photo would be a classic and we would have a moment od silence at the next Mow-In.
 

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Believe it or not I was able to get my wife to help me carry it inside.

Wasn't hard to convince her really. All I had to do was tell her the price of a new deck. Haha
 

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My baby has never spent the night outdoors, neither have any of her attachments.

She has never been rained on except a sprinkle or two, and only snowed on while "working". She gets a good bath about every 3 months, and has her primary fluid replaced twice a year - regardless of hours.



Her house is well lit, insulated and heated on occasion. She has her own door, favorite spot, and her attachments are always close by for her to watch over.

During her spring and fall checkups anything that is not "just right" is replaced and kept like new.

Who would do any less?

Sheldon
 

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My baby has never spent the night outdoors, neither have any of her attachments.

She has never been rained on except a sprinkle or two, and only snowed on while "working". She gets a good bath about every 3 months, and has her primary fluid replaced twice a year - regardless of hours.



Her house is well lit, insulated and heated on occasion. She has her own door, favorite spot, and her attachments are always close by for her to watch over.

During her spring and fall checkups anything that is not "just right" is replaced and kept like new.

Who would do any less?

Sheldon
An only child will always get so spoiled.

My Gravelys are so jealous. Well, the ones outside are.....
 

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If I could get one of my tractors into the living room and under the tree, that would make a fine photo. Of course that might be the last stupid thing I did in my life...
That would be a sight to see!

Speaking of stupid things, I just completed a little finishing paint work on the 408 frame in the (warm) basement. I did'nt use enough to be any cause for alarm, but the aroma of ITU Gravely Alaska White paint has wafted its way up the stairway and into the kitchen as I write. It may enter the family room shortly.
Timing could'nt be better though. I expect my wife home at @ 1300, about the time I will be leaving for work today.
 

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That would be a sight to see!

Speaking of stupid things, I just completed a little finishing paint work on the 408 frame in the (warm) basement. I did'nt use enough to be any cause for alarm, but the aroma of ITU Gravely Alaska White paint has wafted its way up the stairway and into the kitchen as I write. It may enter the family room shortly.
Timing could'nt be better though. I expect my wife home at @ 1300, about the time I will be leaving for work today.
New York guys! Be on alert! You may find a newly painted 408 frame sitting out in TT's front yard around 1:00pm today!:sorry1:
 

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That would be a sight to see!

Speaking of stupid things, I just completed a little finishing paint work on the 408 frame in the (warm) basement. I did'nt use enough to be any cause for alarm, but the aroma of ITU Gravely Alaska White paint has wafted its way up the stairway and into the kitchen as I write. It may enter the family room shortly.
Timing could'nt be better though. I expect my wife home at @ 1300, about the time I will be leaving for work today.
I thought this was a good example of effective time management.
 

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The thought of storing it outside never even crossed my mind. :). Am I OCD?

Please tell me that is a heated floor.lol.


Believe it or not I was able to get my wife to help me carry it inside.
I hope the wife is feeling better soon so she can carry it in by herself next time. :sidelaugh:sidelaugh:sidelaugh
 

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OCD is a relative term when it comes to our baby's - I actually built a 'bed' for a couple of things - this bed rolls around.




Yes it is the kitchen table and I AM single - :dunno:
 
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