I thought that's what Dads are for! When my kids were in school and working part time jobs, I maintained as many as six vehicles. That meant either a safety inspection or a new set of tags almost every month. But I know, deep down inside, you wouldn't change it for the world. I know I wouldn't. BTW, good luck on the tractor.
Re: Setback on daughter's tractor in reply to ShadetreeRet, 07-28-2013 21:42:03
You're right on that, Shadetree- We called it "the fleet" back in the day. I encouraged Subarus, because they're pretty tough, are easy to work on, and I already had the manuals! Had up to three of them at one time. Two of the kids still have them (newer ones, of course).
No, I don't begrudge working on the kids' stuff- that's what Dads are for.
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