Very nice Robert! You should have welded a cup holder on the side of that cart so you always had a cold one within reach.
Thanks John!! No need to fabricate a cup holder. The tractor has one built in
When people mention to me about retiring, I tell them to absolutely do it if they can, but they must have something to do that they like and enjoy.
Interesting you should say this. It's the exact reason I have not retired. There aren't enough welding projects needing to be done to keep me busy and the only other real hobby I have is cooking. Certainly don't need to do that all day every day
I just have not come up with any ideas on a hobby that I'd enjoy that would give me something to do. Giving serious consideration to getting into building and flying remote controlled airplanes.
The hind end is exactly like Mona's Husqvarna, ( when we bought this place in 2012, her reasoning for me was she said if we buy house . She will do all the mowing as long as I get her a good lawn mower that is self propelled . So I bought her the Big Husqvarna) Ours is still going strong ( knock on wood ) Must be before they changed them up.
Glad yours is still going strong. Husqvarna used to make a good product and so did Briggs & Stratton. Not so much any more. We had a Toro push mower that was 18 years old, had cut millions of acres of grass, and it had a B&S engine on it. The thing was bullet proof and still running strong when we gave it away last year to a young couple that just bought their first house. B&S recently started having their engines manufactured in China and the quality went to Hell in a galactic basket....or so the mechanic at the repair shop told me. Makes sense though being that the quality is horrid and supporting the products is nonexistent.