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Re: Setback on daughter's tractor

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John T

07-29-2013 04:02:05

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Mike, I experienced similar problems with my "favorite daughter" thought Id never get her "off the payroll" lol but like you said thats just what dads do. Fortunately, her current "main squeeze" is an old farm boy who knows how to fix things so old dad is a bit out of the lopp finally lol

One story where she considered old dad a hero, Shes in Texas over a thousand miles away and calls dad "I locked my keys in my car" so I say I'm a thousand miles away what am I supposed to do?? Then I tell her look under the rear bumper where I had hidden a spare key MADE HER VERY HAPPY but I tell her to put it back or the next time DONT CALL ME

"........Oh the stories we could tell........"

Ol John T and all

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Mike (WA)

07-29-2013 09:31:15

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 Re: Setback on daughter's tractor in reply to John T, 07-29-2013 04:02:05  
Favorite daughter mechanical story- she called me at the office, in a panic- "I just put some motor oil in the power steering pump- is it going to wreck it?" No, I told her, a little oil won't hurt anything- power steering fluid is just oil anyhow, but a little thinner, with additives- we'll have a tutorial when we're both home.

So she pops the hood, and showed me where she put the motor oil- and it was the oil fill! Somehow the caps had gotten switched, so it said PS. So I switched the caps back, end of problem. Analytically, its a little like the old saying "I thought I made a mistake once, but I was wrong."

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