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showcrop

01-15-2020 05:21:29




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I had a visiting nurse visit for PT and general check-up yesterday following hip replacement surgery. The nurse is a nice girl in her mid twenties, and we had some good discussion. After awhile she surprised me when she asked when I anticipated getting out to work with my tractors. My first thought was "where does that come from?" I had not mentioned tractors and there were none visible. I explained that prior to surgery that it had not bothered me to get up on my Kubota which has a flat deck, so I anticipated getting out to do a few things before long. After some more discussion I asked how she knew that I had tractors, and she responded "from looking around" So I assume that she noticed implements, and perhaps some tracks in the yard. She than admitted to being an old tractor fan and going to the tractor pulls at the nearby agricultural fairs with her family pretty much every year, and how her dad has a Kubota and is always working around his place with it. So I showed her some pics and a video, and perhaps next visit we will get out to the barn and shop to see some first hand.

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showcrop

01-16-2020 15:33:39




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 Re: Tractor Girl in reply to showcrop, 01-15-2020 05:21:29  
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When she comes tomorrow I plan to get her on it so that I can take a pic for her to send to her dad. Maybe she will notice the narrow front.



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Shetland Sheepdog

01-16-2020 13:50:06




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 Re: Tractor Girl in reply to showcrop, 01-15-2020 05:21:29  
Next ting you know, she will want to know where you got the tricycle front for the 9000!

Just sayin'!

Dave



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showcrop

01-16-2020 05:06:16




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 Re: Tractor Girl in reply to showcrop, 01-15-2020 05:21:29  
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Yes, she gave me her number and told me to call her!



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svcummins

01-16-2020 18:46:31




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 Re: Tractor Girl in reply to showcrop, 01-16-2020 05:06:16  
See how you are ! Iím in the market for a nice girl like that 😔



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Whiskey Bent

01-15-2020 19:55:09




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 Re: Tractor Girl in reply to showcrop, 01-15-2020 05:21:29  
I was selling parts at a tractor swap meet a few years ago and a gal in her early 20s bought a set of 16.9x38 tires from me. She was by her self, I asked her what she was going to do with them? She says there for my pulling tractor a Farmall 560! Awhile later she came back to pick them up she had an older garden tractor with a trailer, she rolled them over and threw them on the trailer. I was very impressed!

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svcummins

01-15-2020 19:15:00




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 Re: Tractor Girl in reply to showcrop, 01-15-2020 05:21:29  
Didnít happen to get her number did ya ?



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Brown swiss

01-16-2020 03:41:36




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 Re: Tractor Girl in reply to svcummins, 01-15-2020 19:15:00  
BR-549



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svcummins

01-16-2020 18:49:10




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 Re: Tractor Girl in reply to Brown swiss, 01-16-2020 03:41:36  
🤨 it probably doesnít matter anyway Iíve got a face not even a mother could love



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teddy52food

01-15-2020 10:16:22




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 Re: Tractor Girl in reply to showcrop, 01-15-2020 05:21:29  
She is a keeper!



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Larry EC-OH

01-15-2020 06:55:55




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 Re: Tractor Girl in reply to showcrop, 01-15-2020 05:21:29  
Ya, but does she like pushing snow on an open station tractor and checking cows on horseback.....

Asking for a friend.....

Larry



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svcummins

01-16-2020 18:51:30




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 Re: Tractor Girl in reply to Larry EC-OH, 01-15-2020 06:55:55  
🧐



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dzc3

01-15-2020 05:42:34




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 Re: Tractor Girl in reply to showcrop, 01-15-2020 05:21:29  
Be Careful!!! This is how it starts now days....first question a farm girl ask is what is the color of your tractor....if you get that question right...she will ask what wt. oil do you use....see its a slippery slope...



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JF in MI

01-15-2020 07:41:35




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 Re: Tractor Girl in reply to dzc3, 01-15-2020 05:42:34  
OMG, you're right!!! It could escalate out of hand to the point where she's asking what PTO speed you use... then you're screwed!



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db4600

01-15-2020 07:37:35




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 Re: Tractor Girl in reply to dzc3, 01-15-2020 05:42:34  
22 years ago I met this gal that asked ďIs that a steam show button on your hat?Ē



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FastFarmall

01-15-2020 05:36:40




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 Re: Tractor Girl in reply to showcrop, 01-15-2020 05:21:29  
She sounds like she is pretty astute. Maybe she reads the YT forum!



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Hendrik

01-15-2020 08:30:22




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 Re: Tractor Girl in reply to FastFarmall, 01-15-2020 05:36:40  
Yes, reading YT is her perfect spy tool; she will find out if you start driving your tractors before she allows you to. LOL



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