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Middletown Md. Show

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Old 06-26-2005, 07:47:38 PM
John Roop John Roop is offline
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Default Middletown Md. Show

Once again the Central Md. Antique Tractor Club has put on another great Show, It was the biggest show held in 27 years, even though they 95 degree weather, Had alot of great engines and tractor's Saw mill,Tractor Pull, Good food, and very large Saturday evening auction with 2 rings running at same time. They had something for everybody.

Great Job,
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Default Re: Middletown Md. Show

the reason this was such a good show was, there was at least 5 stakers there.
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Old 06-27-2005, 09:13:45 AM
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We had a very nice show. It was HOT! This was to first set-up for the sawmill since it repainted. Everything worked well with it. We sawed 32 logs in 2 days. Only hit one nail. This had to be one of the best Saturdays that we have every had. Very good turn out for the tractor pull. The Auction was nice with many nice items, both engine and household related. Overall, ever with the 95 degree weather the Middletown show was a success. I do know one thing. I did not need to be rock to sleep Sunday night, and I still have to move my Mill home.
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Old 06-27-2005, 08:04:38 PM
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I would just like to say that my wife and I had a great time at your show. We had 3 different people from your show staff stop by and thank us for bringing our trailer of engines to the show even though we were there only for Saturday. It is small things like saying thanks that makes you to try to attend the show next year which we intend to do.This certainly made the 90 mile trip home much more enjoyable. Thanks again.
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