Hey guys, rambling a little, as usual... I sent a pic of Papaw's tractor to some of you via cell phone and it did great laying off the garden rows. vitally important, as the rows are uniform and I can move over a half a row with the tractor and then cultivate an acre of corn and beans in 30 minutes without ever touching a HOE. Very important when married I tell ya..
Anyway, I was showing it off to a friend, and it wouldn't start!!! WTH!!! A small bakelite gear had broken in the magneto and the old tractor was firing on only one of four cylinders, amazingly it was running, part ordered, tractor saved for the upteenth time for a mere $30...Try and buy that kind of simplicity now, or lasting quality...
Where am I heading with this ramblization.... Why do people sell their papaws or dads baseball glove??? I know people who were buried with their glove. And I wonder sometimes who owned these old gloves we cherish. Had they never seen an airplane, were they in WWI,WW2, Korea, Vietnam and never returned???
And some of you know I have done about everything to a baseball glove, but one thing puzzles me... How did they sew a sewn web into the thumb and index fingers??? sewn from the inside obviously, but you cant turn them when attached to both I don't think?? take care and good luck glovin. Drokester