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Old 07-04-2013, 08:55 AM
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Default HAPPY BIRTHDAY RW WOODCOCK

Hope you have a wonderful day.
Stay safe .

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Old 07-04-2013, 08:42 PM
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Very best birthday wishes for you Randy. Whatever you want, since you know it best.
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Old 07-04-2013, 11:37 PM
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Happy birthday rw, sure do hope ya had a great one.
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Thanks for the good wishs girls. This year I gave myself a trip to arcola IL to go see the horse progress days. It is a demonstration of modern horse drawn equipment. I spent 3 days drooling over an I&J ground drive mowing machine. It is amazing what modern engineering can do with old time equipment designs. I will own one of them someday. The only bad thing about modern engineering is that it comes with a modern price tag. The new mower cost $5,500. I asked about a show discount, The gentleman told me there is no such thing as a discount on that mower because even if you order one right now and pay up front the earliest you can expect delivery is oct./nov. Judging by the interest especially from the amish/ mennonite folks at the show that may be next spring now. From watching it in the feild up there I can understand why it is worlds ahead of the next best mowers.
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sounds great RW. Wish there was a link for that. Glad you had fun and may your dream come true.
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