Showing posts from June 26, 2005

Clark Wallin's baby alpaca

Clark Wallin (from work) had a new baby (cria) alpaca Monday morning. He invited me over to see it at lunch. The cria is less than two hours old. Amazing. Click pic for video
Man, I hate to wait. It was a real wait to post tonight. slow.... /// There is the usual multitude of stuff going on. I mowed a bunch. I still have an issue with the tractor that it loses power after an hour of mowing. I checked the injection pump oil level, cleaned the radiator fins, re-looked at the vacuum issue in the fuel tank, did some web research, looked through my manuals, and it still happens. After an hour I decided (looking at the big picture) it is a feature. I have more clues, but I think it might be devine grace. I could sit in there with a mission mowing for hours and hours and get miserable. I have approximately 3 hours left to mow the particular field I am working on. My neighbor was mowing at the same time as I was today. He makes a little better speed. He has a really nice new mower (maybe 20k$) and a 100 hp+ tractor. My little 65 hp German communal machine is doing fine. I was a little surprised on how well it did in a farm-to-farm comparison. It has been hot