Just wanted to report on Mike's first Cubfest.
Actually, it's the first I had a chance to attend, too
Although there were only a few of us, my daughter and I really enjoyed ourselves.
Met some great people and scored a much needed part for Betsy @ Burgh's.
If you've never been to Burgh's, you need to go. You'll think you died and went to Farmall Cub heaven
Got to check out Cubota's 1949 in excellent original condition. Not restored.
Betsy is a '49, too, and in pretty good mechanical shape but nowhere as quite as this one.
I scored (committed to may be a better word since I didn't bring it home) a 42' Woods belly mower.
When I get it, I may be looking to get rid of my pretty good 5' sickle bar.
I don't know what it is with Mike changing his handle so often. First, Wisconsin Mike and now Hengy.
What will it be next week, Mike?
Are you really a fugitive from the law that you need to change identities?
Seriously, Mike exhibits all the finer traits of this forum's most esteemed members.
An unabashed love of Cubs and an unselfish willingness to share and help.
Can't recall if you guys have a Cub Man of the year award, but Mike would deserve serious consideration if you do