Life On & Off My Farm - Life Changes
Posted May 04, 2012 - 04:03 PM
Posted May 04, 2012 - 04:14 PM
Sorry to hear of your being dumped on but I think anyone who has worked around live stock for any length of time has
found themselves wearing the stuff to dinner. Years ago the guy who pumped our septic tank had the same thing happen to
him when he tried to dump his tank. Poo happens but I'm glad to hear you weren't hurt and didn't end up with a mouth full.
A man who can laugh at himself has has the world by the tail
Posted May 05, 2012 - 06:39 PM
I haven't checked this thread for a while. Sounds like you've had another week on the farm.
Once again, after reading your posts here, I gotta tip my hat to you. You certainly put in a full
About your chopper, that you want to replace. We all know the old saying, "The squeeky wheel gets greased"
Which is what you've been doing. Years ago, I changed that old saying. "the squeeky wheel gets greased, until
it makes too much noise, and then you throw it out and get a new one." I apply that theory to my customers too.
There comes a point, where greaseing it over and over, becomes counter productive.
Posted May 05, 2012 - 06:43 PM
But tomorrow is my day off, so starting now I have about 36hrs off the clock! Hoping to get some GT rear rims painted tomorrow.
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Posted May 11, 2012 - 06:27 PM
Monday I'm changing the fuel filters & checking all the lines over. The Spicer clutch needs adjusting too, as it's just not right. Easy to feel when A Spicer needs adjusting. I would sleep in tomorrow, but my doc wans some of my blood again, so gotta go in & let them stick me. Hope to get some GT time in tomorrow. I need the therapy! LOL
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