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|Franks First Drive|
I had a great uncle that was born around 1920 and he used mules to farm all his life. When tow of his boys got old enought to earn a little money they bought a Massey Ferguson model 50. They had cut some hay and was picking it up and needed someone to drive the tractor so they asked their Dad if he could drive while they picked up the hay and stacked it on the wagon. Well the boys got their Dad started down the field between two rows of baled hay and everything was going good. When they got to the end of the field their Dad started yelling 'Gee', 'Gee'. 'Damm I said Gee'. Well as you know the tractor didn't 'Gee' and ran off the field, through a fence row and up a small bank before coming to a stop. Don't ask me why one of the boys didn't jump up on the tractor and help their Dad, cause I don't know all that. The family still laughs about Frank's first drive.
Gerald, TN, entered 2007-08-13
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