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#31 KC9KAS OFFLINE  

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Posted July 20, 2013 - 04:06 PM

Not very!

 

 

My same thought when I saw the title!



#32 Team_Green OFFLINE  

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Posted July 20, 2013 - 04:55 PM

Ryan... You need more junk to contend with...  :poke:  Last week i hauled a load of scrap steel away.. sadly i have two more loads plus i have two plates of steel that where rolled up then spray welded for abrasion.. 1200 lbs each.. 



#33 Dave Central NY OFFLINE  

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Posted July 20, 2013 - 07:15 PM

Okay, I finally figured out how to put the pictures in the computer, actually I just got lucky.100_0099.JPG

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26 yards of gravel gone down the river

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1614 Power King  earning it's keep

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Thats my grandson LTD helping out. This wasn't all done with the PK,  Neighbor knocked the top off of the gravel

after I dumped it in the driveway  used my BIL's SuperCub with a loader to carry gravel back inside the tent bldg. and leanto onthe garage and the other neighbor's tractor with a boxblade.

And thats why the garage looks like this

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There's a 69 Aloutte  snowmobile in there I  have 6 days to get ready for a show , a 2412 PK I am rebuilding

one of twoTroybilt tillers, A push lawn mower that was already drained and restarted between the two floods 3days apart and the blue spot just to the right of the push mower is the engine that runs the snowblower when it's mounted on the1614 for the winter

All the tools are back where they belong

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#34 OkieGt OFFLINE  

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Posted July 20, 2013 - 07:38 PM

Okay, I finally figured out how to put the pictures in the computer, actually I just got lucky.attachicon.gif100_0099.JPG

attachicon.gif100_0106.JPG

attachicon.gif100_0112.JPG

26 yards of gravel gone down the river

attachicon.gifIM000345.JPG

attachicon.gifIM000346.JPG

1614 Power King  earning it's keep

attachicon.gifIM000347.JPG

Thats my grandson LTD helping out. This wasn't all done with the PK,  Neighbor knocked the top off of the gravel

after I dumped it in the driveway  used my BIL's SuperCub with a loader to carry gravel back inside the tent bldg. and leanto onthe garage and the other neighbor's tractor with a boxblade.

And thats why the garage looks like this

attachicon.gifIM000350.JPG

There's a 69 Aloutte  snowmobile in there I  have 6 days to get ready for a show , a 2412 PK I am rebuilding

one of twoTroybilt tillers, A push lawn mower that was already drained and restarted between the two floods 3days apart and the blue spot just to the right of the push mower is the engine that runs the snowblower when it's mounted on the1614 for the winter

All the tools are back where they belong

attachicon.gifIM000351.JPG

We could use some of that water, badly



#35 JDGuy445 OFFLINE  

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Posted July 20, 2013 - 08:20 PM

Tools and all are in their drawers, Small parts in in bins. Oil in one spot, paint in one spot and so on, but big parts laying around and pretty well unorganized.



#36 backwoods OFFLINE  

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Posted July 23, 2013 - 08:48 AM

not clean at all since before we left for vacation for a week i packed it full of stuff now i have to clean it again






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