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:text-coolphotos:                      That smile is priceless!                            :handgestures-thumbupright:

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A family that plays with :wh:'s together

 

stays together.  And a fun time was had by all! 

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Awesome! Looks like everyone's having fun! :text-coolphotos:

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Very cool Kevin. probably one of the best investments you could make. 

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Thanks for sharing!

Those videos put a smile on my face too!

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Good times!

 

Lucky kids!

 

Thanks for sharing!

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Pull start great picks of you and your family . The girls looks they are having fun. Tractors and kids equals or = :). Enjoy.

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Anyone else notice the big smile on mamma’s face too? That’s always a plus when the better half is in on the fun. Makes for a good time and less headaches :thumbs:

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39 minutes ago, 19richie66 said:

Anyone else notice the big smile on mamma’s face too? That’s always a plus when the better half is in on the fun. Makes for a good time and less headaches :thumbs:

 

Last time she rode Putt Putt, I almost flipped her over trying to give her some traction in a loose gravel patch ... probably about 5 years ago... and I got the never again pledge.  After last night, she asked if Putt Putt was hers now, and I’d start another resto on the 656!  Though I’m not ready to give up “my” tractor, or start another resto, I’ll settle with her getting as much seat time as she desires.  :handgestures-thumbupright:

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Now that the whole family is in on the horse thing, you've gotta make a return trip to the Big Show next year!  Those girls have the bug for sure.  Better bring a trailer next year.  Hmmmm... Wonder how many horses we could pile on a 6x12?😂🤣😂

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Looks like your family photo for the Christmas Card is taken care of!

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8 hours ago, dells68 said:

Now that the whole family is in on the horse thing, you've gotta make a return trip to the Big Show next year!  Those girls have the bug for sure.  Better bring a trailer next year.  Hmmmm... Wonder how many horses we could pile on a 6x12?😂🤣😂

Yeah Dell, that was decided on Friday of the show, this should be a family ordeal from now on.  :handgestures-thumbupright:  We will surely bring the girls’ rides, since they came from the show not running... and they’ll want [need] something to haul my projects back to camp :laughing-rofl:

 

27 minutes ago, 953 nut said:

Looks like your family photo for the Christmas Card is taken care of!

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Somehow Richard, the horses will probably make the card!

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Yeah.... lot of red and green in that photo. I guess white too if you count the smiles. :thumbs:

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Three sisters...  We met Jil when she was 15 through an exchange program.  Jada was 5 and Rylee was 3.  She’s not legally ours, but she’s ours.  We’ve been able to stay with her in Germany 3 times in the last 5 years, she’s been here a few times again as well.  She is here for just under 3 weeks this time, first ride with her sisters, but most likely not the last!

 

 

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It’s a bit muddy in the field today!  

 

 

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Brings back memories. One advantage to the manual transmission models is they are better for learners. Looks like your girls may be experienced enough to go in higher gears though!

 

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Oh yeah, their common gear is third.. but I have the engines governed down so I can still keep up on foot, if needed!

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