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TGIF: The March 21, 2014 Edition


(3/21/2014)

TGIF: John Deere lawn sled

I'm thankful that dormant grass means I have more time to work on my inventions.

I'm thankful that some of us still believe that snowmobiles will one day again roll out of Horicon, Wis.

I'm thankful the term "ditch pickle" is reserved for that other brand.

And I'm thankful it's Friday, March 21, 2014.



Comments (14):

Shannon W says:
3/22/2014 9:06:00 AM

I wish they made a conversion kit for the mowers like they do for the moto-x bikes! My 2 favorite green things in life are my Arctic Cat and my John Deere!!!
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1/15/2015 5:17:00 PM

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Sakirahmed says:
10/9/2015 3:04:00 AM

Thanks so much Linda! I do remember you, and am thakfnul to hear that even though you didn't do your externship at LPK's, we had a positive impact on you and yours nonetheless. Thank you for your kinds words, and best wishes to you in your baking endeavours. Cheers!
Sakirahmed says:
10/9/2015 3:04:00 AM

Thanks so much Linda! I do remember you, and am thakfnul to hear that even though you didn't do your externship at LPK's, we had a positive impact on you and yours nonetheless. Thank you for your kinds words, and best wishes to you in your baking endeavours. Cheers!
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10/9/2015 3:04:00 AM

Thanks so much Linda! I do remember you, and am thakfnul to hear that even though you didn't do your externship at LPK's, we had a positive impact on you and yours nonetheless. Thank you for your kinds words, and best wishes to you in your baking endeavours. Cheers!
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