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Worth going to Coolspring in this weather?


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Old 10-15-2009, 10:07:47 PM
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Is there a good turnout, as far as swap meet vendors and engines on display?
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Siekkid,
There is a lot of engines running in the buildings. Not many outside. There is usually a large number of items for sale in the field. Its down this year due to the weather.

There are a lot of us like Kevin who are going to be there no matter the weather. But, we're all huddled up in hotel rooms this evening on the computer..... out of the cold!
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Sure has been a wet year all around. Good luck with your soybeans!
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You're not missing much Dad, although I have a new copy of Skizzen-Buchs to show you...
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