Dirt work at Gill's Camp

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  1. Mack Molloy

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    Me too! Can I borrow that in July?
     
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    damed old bottoms can fool you one minute you good next min you up to the belly in mud
     
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    You are so right cam, was at the camp today and it's plenty muddy!!!
     
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    IMG_2691.JPG Pool 2 Timber Lake after recent rains.
     
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    What method did you use to remove the willows? They have really grown up at our place and we are considering removing some to open up some areas.
     
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    HJP12 We used the tree shearder on the bob cat and a dozer in some areas.
     
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    Pool 2 was beautiful tonight . IMG_2804.JPG
     
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    Millet is looking good! Moist soil management at its best. IMG_2806.JPG
     
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