I took my two sons with me up to our little tree farm in Virginia on Wednesday. I forced them to go so that I would have some company and they could help by running the mower. I loaded two Gravelys, the 10 with the brush hog on it, and the C-8 with a scoop and dual wheels. Dual wheels give incredible traction to this tractor, but sometimes that isn't enough, as events would later show. The issue at the farm is that the dirt road is a bit fragile, not maintained, and I'm trying hard to not over use it. We only go camping once or twice a year, so it isn't worth getting someone to grade and gravel the road, which would really be the best way to go. So I parked the truck at the entrance to the farm, unloaded the tractors, packed our lunch and some tools in the trailer, along with the rotary plow and the Gravely snow blade, hooked the trailer to the sulky, the sulky to the C-8 with the scoop, and started down the road, with one of my boys in front mowing.
Edited by HowardsMF155, August 10, 2012 - 09:26 AM.