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My two favorite pups are in the picture below...they are litter-mate brothers, just turned 12years old. They are fantastic dispositions, and get along great.

The one guy, Lexie, looks like an old man...and his brother, Luke, is still a
puppy, and acts like one. I hope they live a 100 years more, they are a lot of joy for my wife and myself.

Let's see who else has some favorites...
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Chet my 12 yr old Chocolate Lab had a very strong opinion of Obammies Stimulus package when I asked him this weekend

 

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Great Pic's guys and great looking pups. My wife and I resuced a just turned 1 female yellow and she is great. Smart as a whip and tearing the house apart (Lab) go figure. Hasn't destroyed anything of value as yet but theres time. She's a great pleasuer in our lives. We put our 12 yr old Chocolate down about two years ago she just struggled so much that we couldn't watch it. She was an insulin dependent diabetic the last four years we had her with us. Took her two days to figure out that at 7:30 AM and 6PM she needed to sit by the fridge so we'd give her her shot what a trooper. Hurt like hell to say good bye but she's the better for it. I hope yours andd ours live for 100 years!
 

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Bruce,

Labs are great, loyal, loving, fantastic disposition dogs...we've had them since we've been married. We usually wind up with a pair, so they will have
company for each other in the house when we go out.
Good luck with your new one and have fun.

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this is Cricket, a 4 year old Patterdale Terrier.....great dog!!!



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Dave P, it's a 1938 Allis Chalmers "B", I whas looking for one to restore a couple of years ago and ran into this one on ebay for $1600 already done.

I couldn't see spending $2000-$3000 to restore one with a deal like this.




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Kenent,,my dad bought one in Aug. 1948,,it was new, and had to be trucked in from Iowa. Yours is the first model B I have seen since. I was 9 at time, first thing I ever drove by myself. Did a lot of farm work with it, on our 80 acre farm in Missori. It was the only thing what we could get out on, in the winter (ice and snow). Yours is a real looker,,,I am jealous, even though I would have no use for it here in So. Cal.
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I just noticed,,ours had a stright front axel, so the wheels could ajusted to track the same as the rear, handy for plowing corn, and the mowing sickle mounted in front of the r/h rear wheel, didn't have to make a circle at the corners, just set the r/h brake and turn the wheel, the corner was squared, time saved, and you didn't have to turn around the watch the blade. A C had the best mounting positions for all it's attchments,,great tractor. Norman
 

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Mine...

Mountain Lion meal... or snack.

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Some people that post here just can't stay on track, you tractor posters need to start taking Ginko os something. puablo, we have had two labs at one time but as it has turned out the lab's are kept company by shitzu's amazing rugged litle dogs they have to be to keep up with my labs.
 

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Bruce Specht..........sorry!!


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Btrude Specht, I had a beautiful yellow lab for 12 years that spent the last two years on insulin. He would come and put his head on my knee and then follow me to the frig to get his shot. He finally got cancer and we had to put him to sleep. Not a dry eye in the house.
They say when a lab dies, they take a piece of your heart with them; but you are a better person for the experience.
 

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Larryjk, your right they take a piece of your heart when they leave you.
I hope I'm the better for it!
Tony, I was just kidding about staying on track!I hve the Mad Cow thing lol
 

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Hey, Mad Cow Man, Bruce, It is the absolute pits to have to part with any of these pets...all the ones we've lost I've stayed with til the end and it breaks your heart.
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