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Fun on the Tractor

Aug
4

I got to play with my new tractor skills a few days ago. There were two big satellite dishes in the yard that are not being used. I wanted them outta here. They are a pain to mow around, and an eyesore. And unnecessary. So I drove the tractor up there and my hired men attached a chain to each satellite dish and one at a time, I pulled them down by backing the tractor with the chain attached.
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Then they were carted off with the bucket to my junk pile. I did it!

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Hen Cooks Own Breakfast

Jul
31

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The shelf-layer is back.
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And she’s misbehaving.
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But I have a surprise for her today! HA.

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