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Catch the Tractor

I was visting my parents at the time. Dad wanted to mow a small section of land before it rained with a Farmall Cub. I went on into the house to visit wih my mother. While we were setting in living room dinking iced tea... I noticed mom would look out the big picture window at my dad from time to time. In the middle of ou conversation, Mom said 'Now what the heck is he doing'? I turned to look outside an saw this 300 lbs man chacing a tractor. The tractor went out of view and then we saw Dad running back other direction. The tractor went up a hill and now it was coming back down the hill. The chacer became the chasee. The tractor finally stopped when it ran into a tree. Dad said that he got off the tractor to move a limb and thought that he had set the brake. He relized his mistake when he looked up and saw the tractor coming at him. He ran up a hill thinking that would stop and he could apprehend the tractor at that point. Now a 68 year old man at his size is just not that quick. This is when Mom saw him chasing the tractor. And as what Paul Harvey would say... 'you know the rest of the story'... This was better than what Benny Hill could produce.

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