My dainty wife

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  1. Mean Gene

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    Not sure what yours does to have fun, but this is how my wife likes to have fun.

    For her birthday the family got her a certificate for Extreme Sandbox that allowed her to run three pieces of equipment for an hour each. To say she was jazzed was an understatement. No question about it now...when we build in Montana we're getting a tractor and she'll be leading the charge.


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    Thats awesome! My wife won’t run any machinery. She will mow by hand, not the rider, or shovel by hand no snowblower or wheeler.
     
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    I'm hoping that my buddy left a John Deere 450 dozer in my yard so I can play on new ground this weekend!
    Food plots are a little behind.

    Really cool that she enjoys it!
     
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    fowlwhacker Elite Refuge Member

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    Neat. I got a good laugh this past weekend watching my wife and daughter operate the zero turn mower for the first time. Took a couple minutes but I think they got the hang of it to help out a bit when I go under the knife.
     
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    ReaPeR105 Elite Refuge Member

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    That was a great gift, she looks like she really enjoyed it!
     
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    Back in college I lived with a guy that owns a landscaping business, he has a few of them including a high dollar Deere. One day I was feeling a bit sick so I decided to mow, it had rained a bit earlier so the grass was a bit damp, hadn't thought anything of it as it had stopped a fair time before.

    I could actually drift that thing around the corners, it was amusing and I felt great after mowing, she'd drift quite a ways too. And it still cut just fine
     
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  10. Zane

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    We had some top of the line Kubota mowers at a state campground i worked at. They are like $20,000+ for a single mower new. The crap we could do with them was pretty sweet, just had to watch out for the supervisors otherwise we'd get an earful.
     

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