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ncrunch32's Tractorpoint Album
Picture 1: Ncrunchs House from the Road
Lillies are blooming.
Picture 2: Ncrunchs House from Back
Stone wall built by kids and Dad edges the garden which rises up to pool yard fence.
Picture 3: Down Hill Run to Lower Yard
Just planted a bunch of white and blue spruce along this stretch.
Picture 4: Side of House
Side shot of house. Walkout basement and tall chimney stack (difficult to paint).
Picture 5: Crazy Wife on 4310
There she is - nothing I can do about her being on my tractor! She loves the tractor. I did finally get that stupid rug off the roll bar!!
Picture 6: Pool Yard Extension Project
I originally started with the Saratoga Victoria hot tub, which we could
Picture 7: Pool Yard Extension Project - Railroad ties
We brought about 60 railroad ties in to create a retaining wall - the 4310 carried the ties from the front of the house to the back for us.
Picture 8: Poolyard Extension - Deadmen
My son is helping me straighten things out. You can see my cabling to supp
Picture 9: Bluestone to Top off My Poolyard Extension
My wife and I ordered 13 pallets of tumbled bluestone and individually fit every piece into our extended patio. This took about 20 days of hard labor.
Picture 10: Almost Completed Extended Poolyard
This is the final view of our patio extension with our tumbled bluestone work. I still had to top off fence posts, put a rail around the hot tub, and stain the wood.
Picture 11: John Deere Sprinkler
My Fathers day gift from the kids
Picture 12: Jill and Friend
This city girl had a thrill driving a real tractor!
Picture 13: Forklift High
My daughter got a real high on Thanksgiving!
Picture 14: Overlooking the pool yard
A shot of the pool yard from the deck.
Picture 15: Outside shot of Pool Yard
Pool Yard is anout 45x60 feet, cedar deck, cedar
gazebo, fabric covered gazebo in lower right (out of view), hot tub in distant right (out of view). That is an offset umbrella which sits over the hot tub in the distant right.
Picture 16: Pool Yard Again
Looking back toward the gazebo and hot tub.
Picture 17: Entrance to Pool Yard
This is the outside entrance to the pool yard. Its nice in the suummer but a splippery walk in the winter.
Picture 18: Lower Yard
This is where I spend a lot of my time with the tractor. I drag my brush down here and chop it up when the pile gets big.
Picture 19: Sorry Sight
This is where I store my tractor. My wife leaves all kinds of things in the way and has the garage packed full! Those are bird cages and a stand she just cleaned out. My car sits outside.
Picture 20: Daughters Graduation
Shes the one that got her civil engineering degree. My son is hamming it up - as usual.
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|Located: Kingston, NY|
Boats, tractors, home ownership, property management
4310 JD with 430 Loader/47 backhoe/forks/IM502 brushchopper/ backblade/rock rake/ American log splitter, landpride reverse tine tiller, RAD blower,JD LT190 Lawn Tractor, Simplicity snowblower, Troybilt tiller, Northstar 10K generator
2 acres at home - 35 acres of landlocked woodland on mountain top