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I sure wouldn't say lazy in any form or fashion; that's protecting the boat and the BACK :lol:
I have to agree with that. The old "work smarter, not harder". Slick move Wendell. I like your way of thinking ;)
 

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Whatever floats yer boat. :lol: :eek: :roll: :shock: :oops:
Somebody had to say it. :?
Or in this case lifts, and carries it easier than you can. ;)
 

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The joke is on me I guess. I just thought it was a "portable tractor shed". :?
 

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petra79 said:
bettyp said:
Turn around fair play you gave us a laugh so you deserved one back. :lol:
Ditto on that. You definately make post worth reading. Thanks
...very nice comments from both of you, thank you. :D :D And Jim, next time it rains, I'm gonna grab a cup of hot tea and run out real quick and sit under the ' tractor shed ' and enjoy the sounds of spring in your honor. :lol: :lol:
 

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missouri massey man said:
petra79 said:
bettyp said:
Turn around fair play you gave us a laugh so you deserved one back. :lol:
Ditto on that. You definately make post worth reading. Thanks
...very nice comments from both of you, thank you. :D :D And Jim, next time it rains, I'm gonna grab a cup of hot tea and run out real quick and sit under the ' tractor shed ' and enjoy the sounds of spring in your honor. :lol: :lol:
Use wise discretion while using the shed during a rain. I suggest not being under it if it is windy. Your shed may be converted into a sail boat :!: :roll: :lol:
 
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