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thewoodlands

thewoodlands

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The limbing up I did yesterday is gone to a wood dump, we had a little over three loads that filled the utility trailer.

When I came back, I decided it was time I washed and waxed the Rhino and the tractor. What I washed and waxed on the tractor was the hood and the fenders.
 

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thewoodlands

thewoodlands

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It was pretty windy yesterday so I decided to check the trails, nothing down which is good. I did clear some face slappers from a few trails, for some reason I never took a before picture. 104_0562.JPG
 

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The original owner of this land must've thrown this down and then a Pine tree (good size Pine) grew around it so I cut it off with a battery powered saw which I started yesterday. I'm not sure if this was for a plow or what it was used for, it's a half inch thick.

The first picture was before I started and the rest are from today, I put some Pine splits on top of what the tree grew over and then marked it with a t-post.
looks like the cutting edge of a bucket
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My plan was to remove four stumps but one is near a nice Maple tree so I'll zip that off closer to the ground, the first two were smaller and the third stump I zipped off the top some so I could plant it right back where it came from.

This will give us a small trail in that area for walking or running the four wheeler on it.
 

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thewoodlands

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I adjusted the brakes on the 4540 today and I cleaned the battery post off. Our plow we use on the 4540 started to show some rust in a certain area so I took a wire brush on a drill and cleaned up both sides. I took some paint thinner and cleaned the areas off good which I'll start painting tomorrow with Por - 15, I'll give this side two coats and then do the same on the other side which will make it ready for snow.

I do think we'll need a new battery before winter.
 

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