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    Sometime we have pleasant surprises along the way.
    "Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you're a thousand miles from a cornfield." ~ Dwight D. Eisenhower

    "Heaven is under our feet as well as over our heads." Henry David Thoreau

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    There was a problem, and your old tractor was telling you the only way it could.
    I had a similar thing happen one time but mine was a broken keeper and castle nut. So that's what I told myself.
    No matter where you go.......There you are.

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    The old tractor is still running strong. Use it to haul water every week for my horses of which I acquired a 9 year old Clydesdale Gelding. My daughter got me to take her 13 year old buckskin quarter horse as well.

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    The darn deere ran away on me. Ran right out of my yard over to my great nephews house. Now it wants to stay there.

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    Darn that Deere! You take such good care of it and it runs away. Sheesh the nerve!
    If it isnt broken, dont repair it.

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    Since it doesn't want to stay at home, it has a For Sale sign on it.

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    If it isnt broken, dont repair it.

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    Sorry, the boss (better half) says not thanks

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    yeah the trade was rhetorical. Delivery would have been too costly for me anyways
    If it isnt broken, dont repair it.

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