Tractors and Trailers

This post is specially for my son who told me ages ago that although he thinks my vegetable pics are ok and all that, what about  tractors and the big stuff.  Steve, here it is, not one, but three pics taken of John driving the tractor at the farm yesterday as it does it’s stuff.

Now just because one of our regulars Peter ( he’s the one without the sun glasses) and a new member (who’s obviously been to Spec Savers) couldn’t miss a photo opportunity – here is a pic of the farm trailer and a couple of ‘media tarts’ pushing it.  Note: this pic was not photo-shopped as both blokes are good-looking enough!

Happy gardening.

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9 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Steve Wallis
    Oct 11, 2012 @ 10:48:58

    Gee, they’re all long distance shots. Don’t be afraid of the tractors! Or is that as close as the girls are allowed – for safety reasons.
    Great to see! Thank you from The Son

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  2. notjustgreenfingers
    Oct 12, 2012 @ 05:53:52

    Boys and toys…lol

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  3. MrsYub
    Oct 13, 2012 @ 12:30:53

    Niiice! I remember way back when I lived with my parents on the farm, we had this old clunking tractor, which eventually stopped working and became yard art, lol!

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  4. narf77
    Oct 17, 2012 @ 05:48:16

    We have tractor envy. I can only begin to imagine how fantastic a little tractor like that would be on Serendipity Farm! Glad you could satisfy your son with a tractor shot Jean. I prefer your veggie pictures…I guess you can’t please all of the people all of the time lol! 😉

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    • Allotment adventures with Jean
      Oct 17, 2012 @ 07:45:41

      Having a tractor is fantastic and such a help with the heavier jobs around the farm. Had to post about it for Steve – it’s a boy thing.
      I’m like you Fran and love the veggie pics.

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      • narf77
        Oct 17, 2012 @ 14:44:06

        Lol my Steve loves tractors as well. He used to drive them in the U.K. along with diggers and dump trucks etc. I think it’s definately a man thing Jean…me…I will stick to the delicious vegetables 🙂

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