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post #11 of 33 (permalink) Old 06-30-2013, 08:56 AM Thread Starter
 
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Funny you say that, there's a farm on the north side of town that has a roadside market, they bring in a busload or more every year to pick the strawberries, corn, asparagus etc.

Don't know what they pay them, but they're definitely Mexican, and don't speak a word of Engrish.

Then again, there's some permanent residents that don't speak the language either, but that's a different issue.

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we have migrant workers in this area all the time Mexicans..trinidads..Jamaicans.. makes for an interesting Friday night when they all head to town.... lmao that and seeing there 2ton hussies come out for the meet and groan.



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Very nice mike!

My parents need something like that!
Curious if you don't mind me asking what's a package deal like that run?

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we have migrant workers in this area all the time Mexicans..trinidads..Jamaicans.. makes for an interesting Friday night when they all head to town.... lmao that and seeing there 2ton hussies come out for the meet and groan.
LMAO!! Lol

My parents live just outside of Tillsonburg. Home of the tobacco country. Friday nights are a riot when they all head into town.




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Mike I'm sure it takes you longer to wash your Raptor, then cut the grass or blow the lane, and a lot harder work.

I would say stay small for a tractor maybe a 42" or hire the neighbourhood kid for $10 to cut it for you.

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Bucket attachment is a little more than I need Travis, but thanks !!

Got the hydraulics to run it though...hmmmm.

If you're looking for something like that for your parents, what you spend is going to depend on year, model , new/used etc. Shop around.

Kieth = you have no idea how pissed I was last winter, wrestling with that walk behind snowblower.

Kind of like in your younger days, when you're tired of shovelling year after year and finally decide to get the walk behind.

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And you didn't buy a Ford because?

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And you didn't buy a Ford because?
...nothing runs like a Deere.

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I need one with a sweeper attachment for cleaning the ice after we plow the track. I've seen one of the farmers kids using it in their driveway for sand and gravel in the spring.

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I need one with a sweeper attachment for cleaning the ice after we plow the track. I've seen one of the farmers kids using it in their driveway for sand and gravel in the spring.
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