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How to plant in clay (for Ken)

Posted by Fiddlegal08 8 (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 23, 12 at 16:26

Ken, I saw how you hate these "planting in clay" posts. Here's how I plant in clay!

(This is just a little humor for the day!)


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RE: How to plant in clay (for Ken)

That outta do it!

Dax


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RE: How to plant in clay (for Ken)

Stress relief!


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RE: How to plant in clay (for Ken)

man o'live .... could i do some damage in sand with that thing ..

a boy can only dream ...

anyone have one.. and willing to drive it up here for beer?? ..

is that on it, fiddler???

ken


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RE: How to plant in clay (for Ken)

Yep, that's me. Driving a backhoe was on my bucket list. Actually, owning a backhoe was on my bucket list, but I'd have to sacrifice a whole lot of conifers to buy one, and they're somewhat difficult to park!


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RE: How to plant in clay (for Ken)

Jealous! Oh boy the things I could accomplish with that thing! I have been saving up my "skidsteer projects" for some time, now. I did operate a backhoe one summer for a few brief shining moments. Just loaded some mulch, though, no digging. :o(


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