Saturday, June 28, 2008

Saturday Farm Photos: A Slight Haying Delay


Old Tractors Don't Always Start on the First Try



But the 20th Time's a Charm!

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2 comments:

  1. Now YOU are my kind of farmer! But I have to say, I was looking at that picture and feeling the same kind of frustration that I feel when our lawn tractor, or our water pump, or the chainsaw, of one any number of machines we have, doesn't start. At least your hunky farmguy is there to fix things--I have to wait for my husband to get home from work. I really should learn to do it myself, but we all have our limits.

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  2. I love your mantra! Patience, patience, they're paid for.

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