Vivant. Macgregor 26 we owned. Our trips with photos, GPS tracks, etc. Lots of pictures when we sold it.
There's dirt under all that white stuff!
Oh Boy! Boxes
push tube assembled
plow attached to push tubes
kick back springs on
center mount kit for 1996 Polaris Sporstman 400
on ramps for easy access
center mount as seen from under the front
center mount from driver's left side front
center mount as seen from driver's left side
center mount as seen from under driver's right side
goes right through virgin snow!
all the way to the dirt!
turn around area
north-south part of driveway
trailer, go-cart, kayak, truck
truck, kayak, trailer, go-cart, quad (in background)
Chad's Ninja 2001
April 22 2012
Chad's Scrambler (now sold)
On June 14th, there appeared on Craig's list, a Farm-All tractor for sale in Columbia Falls. Chad and I drove over to look at it. We had already looked at 3 other tractors in various parts of the state.
What we found was a great looking, clean, although old, tractor. Good thing we brought money with us. As the ad and emails from the owner were exactly what it was, we didn't dicker on the price. We paid him in full on the spot.
A couple of days later, we went back with a new battery and started driving it to Nana and Pop's house to park it. (we didn't have property yet!)
Chad drove the tractor and I drove the truck as chase vehicle. Chad could only get it up to about 5 miles per hour, 7 on downhills. Starting at 3pm, we got to the Whitefish Stage fire station around 7pm. Jill arrived with coats , food, and coffee. After a break, we continued on, arriving at Nana's around 1AM.
Nana said there should be an over-the-road gear.
Over the next few days, I surfed the web for info (found shifter label). I replaced the lights, rewired the switch panel (getting the lights to work), and test drove it in the back yard (read played with it). Found the last gear.
On the 30th, chad and I headed for the property. Chad drove the tractor (named Sheila Nagig) with me chasing . We left at 630pm.
We had lots of looks and horn honking from passers by as we boogied along at 15 miles an hour!
As the sun was setting, we turned onto Griz Lane and passed over the bridge.
At about 930, our tractor was home.