The tractor is asleep for another season ,and the frost is heavy on the pumpkins.
And to you, and everyone else, as well!
We went to the farmers market last Sat and beta tested a new stuffed pumpkin recipe that was really good, so we will be back there to get another pumpkin and more fresh brussel sprouts.
I waited to long to get a local free range turkey, so I've got to pick one up at the supermarket.
Raring to go!
cheers to all
Happy Thanksgiving to all. We expect the usual 20 - 24, two Turkey day.
To All South of the Border Residents Happy Turkey Day Friends :) Drive Safe and Sober..Eh !
And, seasons greetings to all, including the staff, from old Rusty Jones. Along with many thanks to all for all of the free advice given to me, over the years! May you all eat well on Thanksgiving day and ever after!
p.s. And now, i must fight the carburetor battle on that B&S engine. Wish me luck! RJ
My thanks to all you guys who make this forum an interesting site to visit.
And thanks for everything you have done in life that got you to where you are now. I hope you all have plenty of family and friends gathering around for Thanksgiving Day feasts and festivities.
Be safe and good luck.
Drumsticks and grog for all!
Back at ya....all of you. Don't eat too much, you might bust the tires on those mowers or leave ruts in the yard.
PC : ROFLMBO DUDE !
Happy Thanksgiving to all and thanks for the times when I needed your help this year.
Among other things, I'm thankful for the quality seat time this past year!
Happy Thanksgiving to all on GW Tractors Forum! Driving the 120-miles down to grandma's farm house in eastern CO, expect the usual dozen and a half kids and adults around the table. It's 14-deg.F. this AM, talk about frost on the pumpkin!