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What a glorious consolidate! John Deere is awesome! You seem to be a youngster with another toy! I'm reminded that back when I was a youngster (I'm 70 now), most consolidates were pulled behind a work vehicle. I recall when a rancher not too far off purchased a "self-moved" JD consolidate, I was so dazzled. No taxi, yet at the same time amazing. Innovation has made considerable progress. I need to chuckle at your remarks about how abnormal your Mother stops her join. You should be a fussbudget, very much like me! Gratitude for another incredible video. Remain safe!

It's very amazing watching you moving your hardware. At any point when you move your consolidates, headers and grain truck, and so forth, do you have a line of traffic collect behind your "march", or would they say they are ready to pass? Let Cody know that he is donning an Amish hair style! Haha! I love the cross you wear around your neck! I just live 98 miles southeast of your home in Ahead of schedule, TX. I live in the country right beyond Florence. Couldn't want anything more than to meet you at some point. Your recordings bring back recollections of my cultivating days as a youngster once upon a time. Remain safe!

Much thanks to you for posting to no one's surprise. From a more established woodworker who feels invigorated when hands are filthy and the task is finished, much obliged.
We are lucky to make them get coarse and telling us all continuing and the hardships of independent work and what goes on, every day of the week, to keep us took care of and powered.


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