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Risky Business

About 8 years ago on a nice summer day in west Texas, a friend of mine, Mark and I had gone to pick up a Unstyled A John Deere I had bought the week before. This particular tractor had a cotton stripper on it, and we had figured we might have fun getting it loaded on the trailer. It was a foot or so down in the sand, so we unhooked the trailer, and decided we would use the 4X4 to pull it some 100 yards to the county road for loading. As usual, we spent quite some time looking it over, just as a woman would examine her jewelery, then Mark climbed on and I proceded to pull the heap out of the sand, when suddenly Mark motioned me to go 'Faster', 'Faster'. Not knowing what the problem was I did as he wished only to find out that a family of skunks had been living under the stripper, and were in no way happy with us. Thank God they only chased us 30 or 40 feet. I still can't believe we spent some 15 or 20 minutes within target range. So guys, be careful out there, you never know who's home your wrecking. Thanks for reading. Jerry

Jerry Pevehouse, Az, entered 2005-09-07
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