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Old 01-03-2013, 12:35 PM   #29
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Please Don't think of it as a old thread. Keep the pictures coming.

Are there any updates to your project?

If you would rather you could PM me that would be ok my wife and I are very inserted in your project we have not found our land yet but looking.


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Old 01-04-2013, 04:35 AM   #30
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There aren't any updates because we haven't done anything other than plant food plots for the deer. It's hunting season so we are concentrating on keeping the hunting dogs off the property. We have two more weekends of that then we'll be getting back to work, although we won't be doing anything especially interesting.

Our next task is to finish clearing a right-of-way around the property boundary. We're also going to put building (or having someone build) and equipment shed for all our "toys." My Christmas present was a Takeuchi tl130 skid steer with several accessories and I'm pretty sure there is a side-by-side 4WD buggy of some sort in our future so we need lots of space to get the equipment out of the rain. I'll be having fun knocking down a few pine trees for the shed space.

You're welcome to PM me. I'll answer whatever questions I can!


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