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Old 08-31-2017, 12:18:41 PM
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I would guess its been a while since 2 Reeves were in one load.

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This one resides near here, in a former chicken house building museum.
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If you look, you will see that Roy Rogers is still alive and well in Kansas.
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We had a great time at WMSTR this year visiting with all of the people from all over the world.
Here is a picture of the 7 Big 4 tractors that all ran through the parade.
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The EB feature was pretty special. A big shout out to Gary and Sharon Biewer for organizing the event. Lotta work and planning went into it. Excellent! Added a few shots of some of the "smaller" EB tractors that attended.
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Adding a few more pics from EB feature.
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Just wanting to say an Aussie thank you for all your hospitality at Rollag. Loretta and I had a wonderful time with the EB owners and their friends. Thanks to those who gave us a ride and drive of their big 4/30s and the hospitality of the Biewer family. It was an amazing four days. Robert Allen Australia
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