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Re: UK tractors

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02-15-2013 00:37:00

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I was one of them men from Northern Ireland....At Lanesville Indiana.... Sam

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02-15-2013 08:03:11

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 Re: UK tractors in reply to samn40, 02-15-2013 00:37:00  
Jolly good show ole chap: Which one are you in the picture? In the picture with the man in shorts bending over, if you look past his rump sitting down is my picture, I have a white cap and a beard.
I have always been interested in Ireland. When in my army days there was a chap by the name of Tommy Fox, he was from around Dublin,a good guy indeed.

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02-15-2013 14:10:21

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 Re: UK tractors in reply to Harvey 2, 02-15-2013 08:03:11  
Harvey, I am standing right in front of you in the black shirt! or in the red Ferguson boiler suit in the first picture. Small world.......Sam

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02-15-2013 14:35:00

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 Re: UK tractors in reply to samn40, 02-15-2013 14:10:21  
I might of talked to you, I talked to one of your delegation, and it was a pleasure
I live aboot 5 miles from Lanesville.
One of you all said that some places in Ireland the soil if soo shallow that they can't dig holes for the electric lines. Did I get my story straight?

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