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  1. Took some family pictures while dad mom and brother were out. Turned out good...precious memories. Yes I married way up. (Way up) Biult the kids and wife a temporary fence for the pups to be outside some. Cost of zero. For material (used t posts and extra mesh with 10,000 in tools involved.
    4 points
  2. Professor----- I can easily tell that Rube Goldberg designed your steam ditcher "apparatus"---------but who manufactured it. (quite a machine for its times-----lots of moving parts) I can hear it clinking and clunking; and huffing and puffing way off down here in Mississippi!!!?? ******* Not a coal or wood burning stove------but I have an interesting old stove to pull out of my old shop (if I ever get around to it). Don't know if it is a coal oil or exactly what??? It's been covered up for most of my life------hoping to clear some junk out through spring and summer. Never really paid much attention to my grandmother's wood stove-------but I did recognize that she knew how to manage the heat and had to be a good cook to do so. It was just a way of life to her-----probably be totally skeptical of eating micro wave fixed meals of today. Her cooking must have been pretty good------the Baptist preacher showed up most every Sunday for Sunday dinner!!? (that's lunch here in Mississippi) DD
    3 points
  3. Runner, thought you ought to know what your pet coon is doing when your gone on vacation. I"m assuming it's a she coon???
    2 points
  4. Just another instance where there wasn’t enough chlorine in the gene pool on a given day.....
    2 points
  5. Great picture of your family Mader.
    1 point
  6. Least she kept herself busy lol!
    1 point
  7. 88 Power, Since your a G Allen fan you need one of these for your hot stuff.
    1 point
  8. Nice pic still praying for your Dad and the family.
    1 point
  9. I'm not sure but somebody will know which tractor it is for sure. Great video showing the introduction of the 5010. They sold a lot of JD press drills around here. Never saw any that wide. 24 feet was a more common size here. Here is a dual hitch of 5100 end wheel IH drills that I never saw around here. Most were the double disk or hoe-press drills.
    1 point
  10. And to further complicate things.....not all types of coal produce the same BTUs. For cooking and general heat, any will work. For making a forge weld the cleaner, hotter burning coal makes the job a lot easier. Doesn’t matter a lot here but like wood, some types burn much hotter than others.
    1 point
  11. Yes wood will work------There were people in the area that used wood to cook on-----It had to be extremely dry to give off a lot of heat.---it also took a lot of wood to keep the temp up. As I recall they use to cut a lot of small saplings and store them in a separate wood shed and they called it kitchen wood
    1 point
  12. I have that brochure and its dated 1969. We seeded with LZBs identical to those on the cover from the mid 60s to the early 80s. Started out with 4 and added 2 more later on.
    1 point
  13. that's really cool, where any of does seeders sold in your area? Awesome JD 5010 or is it a 5020
    1 point
  14. Spring is just around the Corner, our Snow is starting to melt slowly
    1 point
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