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Tom Turkey WHO 2015

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Chuck Machinist

01-08-2015 14:23:43

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Pastor John and I have determined that there is a 75% chance that Winterset Ia. will host the 2015 Who tractor ride in June .Care to weigh in? Our second guess is The Amana Colony. Chuck Machinist

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01-08-2015 17:18:19

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 Re: Tom Turkey WHO 2015 in reply to Chuck Machinist, 01-08-2015 14:23:43  
I was told today, Ames Ia. will host the ride.. Find out Friday...

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01-09-2015 11:35:25

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 Re: Tom Turkey WHO 2015 in reply to Mark-IA, 01-08-2015 17:18:19  
Mark- Your source was correct, Ames Ia. is the central point. We will start out each day and renevouse Sunday at the Farm Expo Site. BTW Pastor John and Brother Chuck, the giant pecan cinnamon role was delious as was the milk and coffee. gobble

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01-08-2015 15:02:51

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 Re: Tom Turkey WHO 2015 in reply to Chuck Machinist, 01-08-2015 14:23:43  
It would be Great if it would be in Winterset. Of course I don't think there is a snowmans chance in July that it is an adequate city to host such an outstanding event. But we will see tomorrow, Chuck if you come to the machine shed restaurant for the announcement, I'll buy your breakfast. I would buy yours also Pastor. But I'll be there and we will see. blessings tom aka gobble

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Chuck Machinist

01-08-2015 16:32:00

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 Re: Tom Turkey WHO 2015 in reply to tomturkey, 01-08-2015 15:02:51  
Ill be about 15 days too late for the breakfast Hee! The year that I retire ,Ill take you up on that. Sounds like they want to lean towards the way they used to arrange tractor rides. Simpler times. Not a bad idea hey?

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