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It's not that often that I get to spend much time with my grandgirls ages 7 and 5, but they wanted to go fishing with me and hence this story. I have a 1949 JD G model that I take out for a drive now and then so I hitched up a 2 wheel homemade trailer and drove the 7 miles to pick up the girls(they love to ride behind the tractor) then drove another about 6 miles to my friends farm pond. We parked near the old pier and I told the girls to use the outhouse as I loaded the jon boat with fishing gear and a cooler. We got in the boat and the girls were anxious to start fishing so I baited them up and the first fish was caught within a few seconds- about a 2 pound bass by the eldest girl. She was excited beyond belief! We then caught a total of 42 huge bluegill and 3 bass. The youngest then said she had to go to the bathroom which upset the other because she knew we had to stop fishing to go in. Her remarkes then starled me as she told her sister' you can hold it or pee your pants- mom sent extra clothes for you anyway' I was at a loss for words. We fished for a little while longer then went in to eat lunch. We sat in the shade of the John Deere and both girls where on and off of it saying how much they love the old thing and how much fun it is to ride- I do too! The old Deere looked so good from the water- sitting majestically on the bank. We all had fun that day and look forward to the next trip to the pond. As the girls get older, I hope they still will ride with Grandpa and spend another day with me and my 'G' like that.

TERRY, GA, entered 2009-06-27
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