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A Trip to Crosby North Dakota


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Only a few short weeks until the Crosby show! I hope everyone was able to find accommodations for that weekend July 15,16 and 17. Im looking forward to seeing you all there. Its a great show!!!!! If you have never been before this is a good year to attend. Hart Parr/ Oliver is the feature this year.

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It is always a good time, lots of machines to look at, black smithing demonstrations, antique automobiles, and good friends to see and new new to make.
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at the end of the week, the calender turns to July. that means Crosby show is very near. get the oil cans topped off and the grease cups filled, we will be there Wednesday b4 the show and looking to get dirty.
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We will be up on the 14th in the afternoon sometime. Looking forward to running engines again and get some more experience with the tractors. I'm still not really a "tractor guy" but it is growing on me. See you guys then!
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I have been working on one of the shows plows the last 3 weeks to make operational again. She will make her debut in crosby and play with settings at that time, it is absolutely remarkable what people did to keep not only old tractors together, but the implements as well. I have taken for granted how easy it is to grab a welder and fix something, when all a farmer had in the teens and 20s was a small forge, and baling wire. Quite a unique plow so looking forward to trying it out.
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George

The hotel California is up and operational. Where are you? Kevin and his boys as well as Glen popped by for some refreshments last evening.

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George

The hotel California is up and operational. Where are you? Kevin and his boys as well as Glen popped by for some refreshments last evening.

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Sorry Boys

Another year i have to miss Crosby Have to load Tractors on Friday and Saturday and need to work on the house to finish it to make sure we can move in next weekend. Still have your 2016 Calendar here as well as the 2017

Wish i could beam me over there just for a couple of hours, would do me good seeing all those great friends.
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Hi George, Everybody here at Crosby can't believe your not here. After all they are featuring HART-PARR. Joseph is driving your "Little Devil" all around the grounds. The weather has been perfect. Sure wish you were here enjoying the atmosphere.
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Hello, attended the Crosby show today, have to say I was very impressed! Was lots to see and admire. Was wondering if anyone could tell me who owns the parts, abandoned tractors in the north area of the grounds? Was looking at a few old McCormick Deering 15-30 and 22-36 tractors in the rows. We need some steel rims with lugs. Thanks and had a great time today!
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