Wasn't sure what forum would be best, but since I mainly just wanted to share the pics I guess this is appropriate. Started cutting for next year over this past weekend. I had eagerly wanted to test out the wagon I threw together last year on the big farm (hills) with one of my cubs that actually had decent traction. While on the flats my 6x10 road trailer heaped is a piece of cake, taking my garden tractor up steep hills trying to pull a lot of wood is a lot tougher! But the combo worked out great and I finally was able to haul full loads without incident. Well there were a couple scary moments on the hill like when it all the sudden popped out of gear... but was able to catch it quick. Anyhow, here is the cub posing for some pics: There is the wagon. I think the pic makes it look smaller than it really is. Those logs are 4 1/2 feet long and the interior volume of it is 30cuft. With green wood fully loaded, its close to the max the tractor can take up the hill. Traction is typically the biggest problem, but the rearward trailer axle puts extra tongue weight on the tractor. On the steepest part of the hill, the heavier loads did start bouncing the front tires in the air. That was a couple of the scary moments. Next project: front ballast weight. I'm thinking a bolt on bumper with a hitch and maybe a small 2,000# winch. And finally, after a long hard weekend, the cub rests for a minute watching the sun set back up on top of the hill. I was actually playing around with HDR photoshop techniques to create that image. I think it turned out pretty well. And finally back home. Not a very good shot showing the load of the truck but times like this I wish I had a dually. Truck was a tad overweight. Well heck would have probably still been over weight on a dually, I need a bigger trailer instead of filling the truck so much! And would be nice not to have to haul the tractor and wagon along with.