Thread: I'm a rich man
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Old 07-25-2013, 05:58 PM
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Default Re: I'm a rich man

Originally Posted by mapbike View Post
Easy to keep them that way when all they see is pavement, thats the only bad thing about living in the country, nothing stays clean, but I will have to say that is the only thing bad about living in the country, personally I'll take my dirty cars, trucks and bikes and living on 150 acres in the nice quiet peaceful natural setting of the country life over clean vehicles, traffic, crime, noise and neighbors any day of the week...... it's nice to go into town but I can't wait to get back home after a short time there, just different strokes for different folks, but its all good, just me the wife, the chickens, the cats and all the rest of the animals in my neck of the woods but I like it.

I'll have to say that when I see all you fellas nice clean classy looking pics of those bikes, it does make me wish I could keep mine that clean and I would if I could for sure, just aint never gonna happen out here in the sticks though.....LOL!

Well off to assemble a pull behind farm sprayer I just bought at tractor supply a while ago, dang grasshoppers are about to eat us out of house and home out here this year, the pump up sprayer just ain't gonna cut it anymore, I guess thats what we do out here instead of dealing with burglars and such, we get invaded with insects sometime...... gonna poison the heck outta those suckers.....!

i live in the country too,dirt is a way of life,if it isnt raining,the dust control on the roads is just as bad -if not worse.

i like all the little animals around here-except the hawks,there is a family of them here.they wont shut up.the two young ones are working on their hunting skills,squrrels taking a is fun watching them.
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