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#1 IamSherwood OFFLINE  

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Posted May 07, 2013 - 06:05 PM

I think it's pretty cool, and I wanted to share this. :dancingbanana:

It's sorta like a card. Something that one might put on the

mantle, or shelf.

 

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Prior to the FCVAEC plow day last month in Cochranton PA., Alan(MH81)

posted a picture of all the plows he was going to take to the event he was helping

organize.

I'd been looking for one, for my Sears SS12, and figured, that there was no

way, that one man should be stuck with all those plows he had. Knowing that

Doug (DH1) was going to the event, I struck a deal with Alan, and my plow had

a ride home. This past Sunday, Doug came for a visit, and brought my plow. :thumbs:

 

Thanks guys for the nice greeting card. :wave:

I wish I'd have been there to sign it too.

 

So, now, I'm looking for a plow for my Sears SS12, because there's no way, I'm

going to stick that in the dirt. It'll get a shelf of it's own, on the wall in Massey Hall.

 

 

Oh yeah.

What the heck are all those hieroglyphics on there Nutndun? :rolling:

Are you trying to say something there, or is that a challenge, to see

who has more time to play on Photoshop? :smilewink:  :smilewink:

 

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Posted May 07, 2013 - 06:14 PM

I didn't notice anything strange when I signed that plow, as all seemed normal at the time. :D

 

And as far as not being able to sink that thing in the ground... what makes you think your next plow will look much different if it crosses the same paths? lol


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Posted May 07, 2013 - 06:27 PM

Will, if I had a way to get it to you, I have a Sears 8" 3-point plow. But, I'm off in nowwhere'sville.

Cool signatures on your plow, by the way!


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Posted May 07, 2013 - 06:30 PM

  

I didn't notice anything strange when I signed that plow, as all seemed normal at the time. :D

 

And as far as not being able to sink that thing in the ground... what makes you think your next plow will look much different if it crosses the same paths? lol

 

That " :D " tells me exactly what was going on there. :thumbs:  :rolling:  :beer:

 

 

About the next plow.... I watch Seinfeld. There is a set of rules, when it comes to greeting

card etiquette. Second cards can be discarded, or ignored much sooner than first cards. :D


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Posted May 07, 2013 - 08:43 PM

When I saw all the autographs on it I new it wasn't going to get used for plowing purposes. Now you have to find another one.



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Posted May 07, 2013 - 08:57 PM

That " :D " tells me exactly what was going on there. :thumbs:  :rolling:  :beer:


No worries Will, some of us were not trusted to use the markers..... At first lol. And then the plow came out and well, the rest of the story made it to Canada.

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Posted May 07, 2013 - 10:05 PM

Will, as far as I'm concerned, you took a pic... And that was "preservation" enough.

That plow needs to be seeing some dirt once more in its life.
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Posted May 09, 2013 - 05:11 AM

I had to practice my artistic abilities and remembered the pics that were posted before the Bush Hog made it's way down here of being violated in the rear from the Massey :D

 

I agree with Alan, I would frame the picture and hang it on the wall for preservation of the card and put that plow in some dirt. You won't hurt my feelings. As long as you don't re-gift it with the writing LOL.


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