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Pull some logs down to cut up today. Lot easier than struggling with the logs to get them down. The big ones I cut in half, while they are in this position. Makes them easier to handle

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I can't believe the Rambler is out among this!
 

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Hehe, Rambler was out for a drive today, and yesterday and the day before that.

Only month and a half or so before the rambler goes into storage.

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Noel,

Looks like fun! I find it satisfying and fun to use these tractors for non-routine tasks like pulling logs off a pile, preparing an area for a concrete slab, getting the mail, etc. It makes it more interesting to operate outside of the more routine mowing/snow removal chores that they get used for, however I do enjoy that as well. I recently used my scoop-tote on the Massey 1855 to dig out the black dirt for a concrete patio slab for my daughter and son-in-law's neighbor. In fact, while I was digging, my daughter got a call from a different neighbor asking for help, as the husband ended up in a weeds/swamp area while mowing his lawn with a borrowed zero-turn. So we (son in law and myself) got a tow strap out of my pickup and went and pulled him out. He was mowing a slope that went down to swamp area and sucked him in. I think he was impressed. He said he needed to get one these, as he pointed to the Massey. That was fun! (I will not mention the gt brand that he owned that was not running)!
 

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Hehe, I could be. But still gittin the wood done.

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