, where do I start
In no particular order ---
Like a dummy I forgot to use IrfanView to shrink the jpegs to a manageable size
. The file ended up at 4megs. Fixed that this morning, the whole file now is a little over 480kbs.
The two-way is a 189. You will see at least one totally restored at CubFest on a restored Cub. $300.00 is a reasonable price for a 189. I paid that at least for mine, well worth it. Can't have too many Cubs either. I am looking for Granny and Jed
Well, I am not hard to miss. Look for the lumber mill at the end of the runway to the south. I am east of the mill - our sideline is the same. Oh, if that don't work, look for the pond
The amber light is a safety issue for me. My father-in-law uses one as well. Although not exactly required by law I think, it is a prudent precaution to take. Besides, I like it
Took a long while to find one that I could convert to 6 volts - this one had a 12 volt flasher in it, so all I had to do was buy a 6 volt flasher and bulb...
Oh the stick in his hands is actually my 1 inch wrench! Just in case I had put the plow on in the wrong holes, he held on to it until needed. Fortunately, I did it right the first time.
I was fighting a well established lawn though. It sure was frustrating to finish a row, lift the plow, and see the last 10 feet of sod flip back down into furrow covering my work.
Well, don't feel too bad. Had the same thing happen to me. Figured it out though. Don't slow down until you lift the plow! Then the sod stays turned. I guess a moldboard extension would be the answer here.
As I indicated at the end of the slide show, Emilie gave me the thumbs up to plow up so more of the front part of our back yard.... so today I got to do that. Learned a few things too.
Those will be part of the additional slide show. I really enjoyed it, even though there is some embarassment and discomfort involved.
Don't ask, it will be up soon enough..