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Old 04-17-2018, 09:31 PM   #391
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Bubba, come up here, we will put a ski rope onna back of the truck and I'll pull you around!
Yep! That’ll work for me!



....the 105th day of January.
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Old 04-21-2018, 06:12 PM   #392
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Found this on my phone
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Old 04-21-2018, 06:57 PM   #393
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Looks like a skid steer in a salt pile.
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Old 04-21-2018, 08:16 PM   #394
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Surface of the moon?
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Old 04-21-2018, 08:42 PM   #395
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The company leases a 9 of these for summer landscaping and sprinkle them out to the salt depots that the area managers that don't have skids. They do not get washed all winter. I SAY AGAIN NOT WASHED ALL WINTER. A o-ring let loose and starting leaking I happen by when the service tech was out fixing it. He had to lift the cab and oh sweet Jesus there was salt all up in there. So I asked the kid don't your company realize what salt does to a skid? He kinda chuckled say they pay more a month the we pay as a payment and when they are done with them or we trade them out they go to the rental fleet. Then when we are done with them the go to auction or someone else long term leases them and then they buy it at the end of their lease. Trust me man my company ain't getting hurt. I just shook my head and back in the truck.
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Old 04-28-2018, 11:22 AM   #396
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Here are a few pics of that I picked up for cheap and one of my boys just cause he is so beautiful
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Sleepy dog has the right idea.
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Nice pick up Shawn.

The only ice is on top of my Crown Royal and the salt I see is on the rim of my margarita.
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I spoke too soon.....we got wet snow this morning. Sheesh!
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Surely it is to warm to treat, or is winter just that awesome up there? Speaking of Crown just finished a bottle, off to Sam's to pick up another
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Ground is too warm to stick. It's just the point that it's falling from the sky!

Treat yourself, get the Crown Vanilla. You will thank me.
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This is horse shit come on winter comeback
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Yep. We are in the 80's today. First person that say it's too hot gets punched in the face.
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