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    Well damn. She didn't just pay someone else to do it, she did it herself, and did it the right way........yea you better take care of her bud
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    Very impressive!
    Welcome home and tell your wife wife good job for me!

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    Man that is awesome. Congratulations and most importantly thank you for your service.
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    Incredible on so many levels. Awesome job by her and THANK YOU for your service.

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    John Deere green!! Awesome lady and awesome work.

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    I'm going to have to show this to my wife and let her know she needs to do some stepping up.

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    Awesome job
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    I dont know how it was done. For all I know that weird bastard that determined it's gender licked it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Bart View Post
    Unbelievable! Thank you for your service and all, but I'm pretty sure she's even more awesome than you...
    No argument from me on that. Lol Thanks everyone!

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    you realize hers is bigger, right? Like way bigger....

    Anyway, there is plenty of awesomeness in this thread. Nice work!
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2thDoc View Post
    you realize hers is bigger, right? Like way bigger....

    Anyway, there is plenty of awesomeness in this thread. Nice work!
    Yes, she reminds me constantly.

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    That is so awesome and thanks for sharing and for your service!

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    Awesome on so many levels!

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    Just stumbled on this thread, that is beyond freaking cool man and on so many different levels!
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    Thanks again everyone. I truly am blessed

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    Last edited by duckcommander727; 09-06-2019 at 08:53 PM.
    “… duckhunting stands alone as an outdoor discipline. It has a tang and spirit shared by no other sport—a philosophy compounded of sleet, the winnow of unseen wings, and the reeks of marsh mud and wet wool. No other sport has so many theories, legends, casehardened disciples and treasured memories.”
    --John Madson, The Mallard, 1960

    "Never trust a duck hunter who cares more about his success than his dog's."

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    https://r.tapatalk.com/shareLink/top...1&share_type=t

    Here's the original restoration on her tractor a few years back.

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    “… duckhunting stands alone as an outdoor discipline. It has a tang and spirit shared by no other sport—a philosophy compounded of sleet, the winnow of unseen wings, and the reeks of marsh mud and wet wool. No other sport has so many theories, legends, casehardened disciples and treasured memories.”
    --John Madson, The Mallard, 1960

    "Never trust a duck hunter who cares more about his success than his dog's."

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    That is def wife of the year material right there! Awesome restoration done by her and those family members that helped on a job a lot of men on here wouldn't dare tackle. And like others have said, thank you sir for your service.
    every expert was once a beginner

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    Just found this thread and it made my day!
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    Quote Originally Posted by quack head 11 View Post
    Well damn. She didn't just pay someone else to do it, she did it herself, and did it the right way........yea you better take care of her bud
    If he don't I volunteer to personally kick him in the nuggets.

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