Thursday, January 14, 2016

Tractor Time - Think Spring!!!!





Pulling back to back 12 hour shifts yesterday and today so I should be back to posting tomorrow I hope.




It figures the two warmest sunniest days of the week are the ones I have to be out working during the daylight hours.




I bet the tractor girls are just out practicing their poses for Summer and not getting much else done.




Oh well warmer weather ain't far off now. I hope to catch up on comments tonight. As usual click for a larger image.


18 comments:

  1. I wanted to get tractor girls like you but the wife said no.

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    1. I have found it's best to just add the old tractors and their accessories to the fleet and not mention where they came from or how long they been in the barn. That way when the wife asks you just say "Oh I had that one for years" :)

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    2. Our local grocery store ownervtold me that his produce supplier is having a hard time getting stuff in. They told all the grocery stores in the chain that for 2016 they will not be allowed to order more than 80% of what they ordered in that month of 2015.

      That tells me the collapsing is accellerating.

      Exile1981

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    3. was in aldi's this week. heard cashier tell inquiring customer that much of their orders were just not being sent to them anymore. has become a recent and recurring problem.
      customer was asking for an article he frequently bought but could no longer find on the shelves.

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    4. I had the store owner ask and its only rural locations getting hit with the 80% rule. Urban stores are still getting 90%. I think its to make this less obvious to the city folk.

      Of course living north of the 49th, the Canadian dollar is way down making groceries very pricey for imported fruits. Broccoli $8 a head and caulifluor $6 for a tiny head with a huge woody stalk.

      I'm glad i put down so much less fall from the garden its making the price issues less of a personal problem.

      Exile1981

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    5. That is some insightful and interesting info there!!!! Figures they would try and do it slow. Seems to be the signature for this government when starving us of anything.

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    6. I find it interesting rural is getting hit harder than cities.

      Exile1981

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  2. i am going to have my lawyer get involved if you keep putting pics of me up on your blog without permission!

    ya nutter! your friend,
    kymber

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    1. kymber - Which one is you this time?

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    2. the last pic is me...you know i have dark, long hair and some meaty thighs! arghghghgh!

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  3. It's just a big muddy mess here. I ALMOST miss the snow.

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    1. I was thinking that same thing yesterday when I was driving. The weather was great but I just knew all that melting snow would make doing anything outside a mud trip.

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  4. Spring? I won't see that till april or may.

    Exile1981

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    1. Exile - We usually get a nice false Spring in Late February when I will till up the garden spot.

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    2. We get snow from november till may.

      Exile1981

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  5. PP,

    Be careful out on the road. Beautiful weather, it's a shame you have to work, LOL.....

    Heading down to TX for more work, it's suppose to snow on our way back.

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    1. Sandy - Akkk!!! Be careful. I hate driving in snow.

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