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 07-27-2004, 19:18 Post: 92060
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Im lovin it! Going to get some serious seat time this week! I am laid off for the next 2 weks starting In Aug. I have a few fields to get in the fall crop and have 2 new impliments I have never used that will get a work out this week. Did someone say chistmas? I sure feel like a KID again






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 07-27-2004, 23:05 Post: 92085
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you go BROKEN, Sounds like your going to be a busy fella. bet your going to like that more than work anyway.






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 07-28-2004, 16:58 Post: 92154
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Lmao
Yep! I work my help too hard though!!!! usually that means I am tired since I am usually the only one who shows up for work! Whats the chances of getting thru this weekend without busting into a ground hornets nest??
(I am serious) please answer? DEATHLY terrified of those hostile little warriors!!!! Last year I rototilled into a ground nest! Laughing out loud I was in an airconditioned (closed) cab!!! Unfortunatley when I got to the end of the row and turned around I did not see the help I had behind me picking rock anymore. I thought they took a break? Laughing out loud They were in the next food plot around the corner nursing theyr'e wounds!
So really! How often do you hit ground hornets when tilling land? I have a history of BAD LUCK!






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 07-28-2004, 23:21 Post: 92179
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well so far I have not did that , but I have been warned from the neibor about it, he told me once he had to be takin in to ER for massive amounts of stings. WOW. run for the pond!!!!!






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 07-29-2004, 09:17 Post: 92199
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I think I will keep the rattlers and you guys keep the hornets.






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 07-29-2004, 16:32 Post: 92232
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You could of left that part about your neighbor out! Laughing out loud
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Dont you guys have those killer bees where you are? Laughing out loud






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 07-29-2004, 16:51 Post: 92234
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As far as I know we only have killer mosquitoes.






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 07-29-2004, 17:27 Post: 92236
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OOPS sorry didnt look at the map, was thinking you were quite a bit south, my mistake. Suppose I would look like a total DORK riding the machine with a bee suit on eh? OH well must tough it out, atleast in a month or so they all will be dead!!!!! or close to it!. I have shot bears at 6 yards with my bow, dispatched raccoons the old fashioned way in a trap (no weapons), Walked miles thru total darkness in swamps and many other untold stories in some pretty wild places. BUT! Put me incontact with ANY kind of bee or hornet and I go totally ballistic!
I CANT STAND SUMMER!!!!!!! HATE IT HATE IT HATE IT!>>>>






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 07-29-2004, 19:48 Post: 92243
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Broken, I took out my chain saw last weeekend after having put the chain back on. Decided to test it on a few trees. I was almost done when I decided to cut one last tree. The tree came down, I cut it in half when a whole swarm of hornets from within the tree attacked me. Worse thing was that I had to keep my composure while turning it off and setting down the chainsaw. Got about 5 stings on me. Thank God it was not my son cutting the trees who is alergic to stings.






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 07-29-2004, 21:55 Post: 92253
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Really sorry to hear that and glad also that it was not your boy!
PS (that is why I never cut in summer) I could NEVER be a logger! My buddy is, and that happens often, the saw once stayed in the tree running. He say's you should see how pissed they get when the saw runs stuck in their tree. The worse thing is having to go back and get the saw he say's. Although it only took him once to realize it is easier and less painfull to get it out and off before vacating. NOPE not for me, I am a chicken little. Laughing out loud






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