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Old 08-28-2005, 07:40:48 AM
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Congtatulations to everyone involved....great job.
My son and I had a great time. Thanks for the hospitality!
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Great show!
We were down on Friday. I got to run the Z3 Geiser again. We also got to take a Stanley Steamer ride also. I have been around this group of people for years. Lots of fun to be around!
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Wonderful Show, Hat's off to Robert's family and everybody involved.
We got there Thursday stayed till Sunday,
Great line up of steam,Z-3 Geiser was pertty impressive pulling 20 gang plow.
The tractor's pulling the sub-soiler was fun to watch.Real nice selection of gas engines and tractors and flea markets.There had to be a few hurting people Sunday morning either from the 200 foot slippin slide or the drink's or both.
Great show not as big as Portland but a whole lot closer to home with the high fuel prices.

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Here are only a few pictures of what was there.

The first and second picture are of a stationary OilPull engine, called an OilTurn.
The third picture is a Seager.
The next two are of a Cadillac engine.
The last one is a spoker D.
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Somerset, where? I don't live far from a Somerset so this one must be somewhere else???
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Somerset is in the Va. right outside of Orange Va.
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C.F.: Thanks for the pictures of those unusual engines. Really neat to see them .
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