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    New hole shooter toy for Bob

    Just picked up another little accessory for Bob.

    I see a fence replacement project in the future. Tried it out on some rocky ground and managed to get a bit better than 3/4 of the way in before I hit a boulder, lol.

    This is another case of I wish I had bought one of these years ago. Sure I can dig post holes with the backhoe, but this will make it quicker.

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    Nice!! How soon can you get here?

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    That is heavy duty stuff.
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    Cool toy. I see Bob has a supervisor. ☺

    Are those new wheels on Bob since we were there or is my memory running wild?
    cheers

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    Don't know if I had these on at burning wood or not. I think I did?

    Logan is ALWAYS supervising EVERYTHING. He thinks everything needs his encouragement and guidance.
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    Those are great! I use one on the back of the tractor run by the PTO. Quite a time saver as well as makes life so much easier.

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    I'm sure Bob will get a work-out now, new fence is going to look great.
    Darren

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    Oy vey...although I am so embarrassed about our rail fence anymore...glad we can replace. Just want that we can make the distance between fencing pretty accurate. But new pool and patio tin roof take precedence. This will be a good 2017 winter project

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    Lookin good Brent.

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