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1370rod

08-12-2013 20:24:22




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The 580 occupies the spot in front of the 1470. The 580 being used quite often leaves the spot open for the 14 to give the impression that it is overseeing daily operation. I guess it is patiently wait its turn as fall will be here before we know it. Rod.

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Adirondack case guy

08-13-2013 06:39:57




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 Re: Something seems to be watching us! in reply to 1370rod, 08-12-2013 20:24:22  
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Rod,
got some of those Goberment spy salilites here also. The 14 looks pretty erie lerking in the barn. Good holloween pic.
Loren

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1370rod

08-13-2013 10:23:56




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 Re: Something seems to be watching us! in reply to Adirondack case guy, 08-13-2013 06:39:57  
Holly Cow, those are some big ones. We have to get some satellite seed from you! Rod.



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McKerrow630

08-13-2013 08:04:42




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 Re: Something seems to be watching us! in reply to Adirondack case guy, 08-13-2013 06:39:57  
Dang! Loren either the "mrs" is ah midget! or them "happy flowers" gota be 14 footers! Looks good around there.......consider'en all the rain yu folks been gett'en. Look on the Brightside "it coulda been snow". That 770 looks just prudie,I think tom's right about "snail watching" you got ta get that girl out and let it get "down-n-dirty" hee hee, good ta hear from yeah. nice pic's



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Case Nutty 1660

08-13-2013 06:53:54




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 Re: Something seems to be watching us! in reply to Adirondack case guy, 08-13-2013 06:39:57  
Bro you better start for Wyoming with that 770 as it seems its only duty is "guard" duty right now but I bet those pesky snails are staying away LOL



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Case Nutty 1660

08-13-2013 05:48:42




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 Re: Something seems to be watching us! in reply to 1370rod, 08-12-2013 20:24:22  
Rod good to see the 1470 is still the "Boss" of the operation after all these years, by the way check your e-mail for some thing from me John wanted you to see
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McKerrow630

08-13-2013 05:10:13




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 Re: Something seems to be watching us! in reply to 1370rod, 08-12-2013 20:24:22  
Rod, where's his(1470) "smile-ly face??? hum hum like the rest of(YT'ers) I think BO's up ta no good in your parts hee hee. I'd start with the sunflower myself.........there just look to happy to me!!! Just my 11 cents worth.



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1370rod

08-13-2013 05:36:41




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 Re: Something seems to be watching us! in reply to McKerrow630, 08-13-2013 05:10:13  
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I'm guilty of not saving many pics, but this is one of my favorites. We got to keep a eye on that sunflower for sure, lol. Rod.



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Kevin B from Illinois

08-13-2013 06:47:46




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 Re: Something seems to be watching us! in reply to 1370rod, 08-13-2013 05:36:41  
Nice clean looking rig.



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TimBinWV

08-13-2013 05:06:15




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 Re: Something seems to be watching us! in reply to 1370rod, 08-12-2013 20:24:22  
Great pic! Love the shell-back chairs, too. I"ve got a couple of those sitting around here.



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Kow Farmer

08-13-2013 04:53:14




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 Re: Something seems to be watching us! in reply to 1370rod, 08-12-2013 20:24:22  
Rod,
Be careful. I bet the 1470 tells the rest of the herd what is going on outside now that the door is open. LOL Great picture for sure. Hope all is well your way. Could use 2" rain up my way. Getting really dry. Crops look real good for the most part though.
Kow Farmer Kurt



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mEl

08-13-2013 04:28:39




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 Re: Something seems to be watching us! in reply to 1370rod, 08-12-2013 20:24:22  

1370rod said: (quoted from post at 20:24:22 08/12/13) The 580 occupies the spot in front of the 1470. The 580 being used quite often leaves the spot open for the 14 to give the impression that it is overseeing daily operation. I guess it is patiently wait its turn as fall will be here before we know it. Rod.
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Whew, I hoped you were'nt talking about the NSA or Homeland Security when I saw you're title. The sunflower looks like it's watching what's going on too. Are you sure it's not a govt "plant", LOL
This post was edited by mEl at 04:30:53 08/13/13.

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1370rod

08-13-2013 05:26:20




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 Re: Something seems to be watching us! in reply to mEl, 08-13-2013 04:28:39  
You were right about that sunflower, it might be a govt plant. I went and checked, that dare thing has bugs all over it, lol, Rod.



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