little red riding horse

Greetings from highlands

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ID: 2   Posted

very nice looking :wh: Welcome:rs:from across the pond.

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ID: 3   Posted

Sure is purdy !

Welcome to the forum .

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Welcome to Red Square - lots of info here if you need help....very nice C175...:text-welcomeconfetti:

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:text-welcomeconfetti: to the :rs:      Yes, She is a fine looking Lass.

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ID: 7   Posted

:text-welcomeconfetti:

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ID: 8   Posted

Welcome! Very nice looking horse.

Marv

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ID: 9   Posted

:WRS:

Great looking :wh:.:handgestures-thumbupright: Congratulations on your find

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:WRS:

 

Nice looking tractor.

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Thanks for the lovely warm welcome folks... so happy so far with horse.... just wish the grass would grow quicker now !! just means i get to spend less time on my other hobby, collecting and restoring antique electric fans... here is one of my many fans a 1903 general electric fan, called a pancake because of the shape of the motor, 114 yrs old and still running like a swiss watch

 

Thanks again for the nice welcome !

 

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1 hour ago, little red riding horse said:

Thanks for the lovely warm welcome folks... so happy so far with horse.... just wish the grass would grow quicker now !! just means i get to spend less time on my other hobby, collecting and restoring antique electric fans... here is one of my many fans a 1903 general electric fan, called a pancake because of the shape of the motor, 114 yrs old and still running like a swiss watch

 

Thanks again for the nice welcome !


 

 

 

There's also an "other hobby" thread here somewhere .

Maybe post there too ?

 

 

 

 

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54 minutes ago, Digger 66 said:

 

 

There's also an "other hobby" thread here somewhere .

Maybe post there too ?

 

 

 

 

Aha ! i did wonder if there was a "general chat" type of thread... thanks for the heads up ill have a wee lookie , thanks digger

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1 hour ago, little red riding horse said:

Aha ! i did wonder if there was a "general chat" type of thread... thanks for the heads up ill have a wee lookie , thanks digger

 

Here 'ya go ... 

 

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ID: 16   Posted

 :WRS:  Very nice tractor and looks like a very nice place you have. 

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ID: 17   Posted

Thanks stormin, the house build is 2nd on the list since i got the wheelhorse !  thanks again everyone for the warm welcome....:)

 

Phil

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Hey Phil,

 

welcome to RS, nice place and nice tractor too :thumbs:

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Thanks meadowfield... was looking at the vid of your 4x4 your a clever bloke ! looks pretty unstoppable...

you didnt leave your name...

 

Phil

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