Fire Hydrants/Snow

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Zip Code: 74857
Tractors Owned: 1948 McCormick Farmall Cub (Farmalice), 1949 Ford 8N (Red), Unidentified horse drawn road grader with 8 ft moldboard.
Circle of Safety: Y
Location: Newalla, Oklahoma

Re: Fire Hydrants/Snow

Postby leerenovations » Tue Feb 25, 2014 4:22 am

On this subject, I am very lucky. One of the area fire stations is just a little over 1000 yards from our house and they are staffed 24/7. Seriously folks, remember that these men do the jobs that a lot of us dont have the courage to do. I was a police officer and have no problem walking into a robbery in progress; but there is no way I would have enough cojones to walk into an inferno. Bless the hellfighters who save life and property and risk themselves every day.
Tractors are like watermelons: the RED is good and you throw away the GREEN.

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