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Even though we didn't really have a winter, the temps are finally up! Time to start wrenching again!
Here's what takes all my spare time (which isn't much, working seven days a week since January):
Drug it home last week. Been cleaning and painting, rewiring, and prepping for re-installing the motor. I need to get some more pics with all the work I've done.
Between 3 vehicles and my house and my job it seems the work is never done. Installed a new paver patio out back of my house as a second level to the concrete patio. Been slowly working on putting up all the privacy fence that my wife keeps gently reminding me was supposed to be done last summer (ooops) New fender flares on the f250 and just got new lower control arms in for the 'stang
You have to love that 7 day work week, just look in your lunch box to know where you are at, full you go to work, empty it is time to go home. I always loved the 77 high boy we had at work, Canadian build and it never died from rust like the other truck.
Inherited mowing the home place, 6 acres, from my sisters unanimous decision I have nothing to do. I use a front mount JD 935 diesel mower, 60 inch deck and tow a Swisher 60 inch mower, rebuilding another Swisher for a total 14' cut when done. With no rain this year I am doing good for getting this dumped into my lap.
Scattered the neighbors JD9500 combine across the shop, have 2 augers remaining to return from the machine shop receiving new flighting. After that a complete rebuild on the corn planter and have to pull the auger on a grain cart we picked up last year for new flighting.
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