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Someday Farm
Prospect Harbor, Maine

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I have subscribed to a new ISP which provides free web space, and have copied my site over to it. The new site is HERE Please bookmark the new location as this site will be deleted effective June 1st, 2007. Thanks.

Welcome to my site.  Here are a few things for you to look at:

Who I am, and What I think

New, 11/20/06 - Offshore Shepherding

A website for tinkerers

1938 McCormick-Deering F14 Tractor Restoration

Restoration, Part Deux

The Story of the Essex Tri Directional

Someday Farm

Building a Gas Engine Winch

Building a Logging Arch

Barn Construction Pictures

Octagonal Sheepshed Pictures

Making a Block & Tackle from scratch

The Skunk Story

Yard Art

A vist to "The County"

Playing with Electrolysis

Paul Plays with Posies

An Impromptu Tractor Show

The 2004 Show

The 2005 Show

The 2006 Show

Various Modifications to my 1988 John Deere 750

A Powered Compost Screener

The "Martha Stewart Fence"

A Dictionary of Taler Terms

The Tim Taylor Binford 6000 Four Wheel Drive Electric Start Leaf Sucker

If you like country art and/or pencil sketches, you'll absolutely LOVE Don Greytak's work. Here's a link to a gallery of his stuff:

Don Greytak's Art

One of the really cool things about the internet is you get to meet people from all over the world.  Here are some links to sites built by people that I've met:

Les Bradley and the Blake Mountain Band

Randolph County (Indiana) Antique Club

Big Fred Johnson, from WA

John "The Red" Fritz, from IN

Greg "Augie" Easly, from MO

Gary "Bobduck" Riecke, from MT

Danny "Dsl" Bowes, from Ontario, Canada

Rick "Bama Red" Edmonds, from AL and TN

Matt Howton, from IN

All of the fine folks above hang out at my all-time favorite websiteYesterday's Tractors "Tales" board. More tall tales, knee slappers and outright outrageousness than is generally considered legal. Caution: Here there be punsters.