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A pleasure to meet you Denny and I will see you at (the show) next year.

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Clearly then...  :hilarious:
them bars are too small.  

           
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A pleasure to meet you Denny and I will see you at (the show) next year.

Good to meet you also, Lowell. Looking forward to seeing you out there.

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Looking through a lot of show pictures lately, and realized I never added my 2015 Le Sueur pictures from last year. A little late... but also getting anxious for show season pics to start coming in!!! Trying not to duplicate above pictures too much, but some of the tractors we get to see are just that fantastic that everyone wants to take a pic!  Enjoy!

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You got a good eye...

for the great ones Jason.   :text-thankyoublue:

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Socks should be required when pleasure cruising! :)

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Thanks so much for the pictures,tractors and equipment I have never seen. Making waiting for the Big Show like a never ending task.

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:woohoo:     Great pictures, you have captured a lot of great :wh: examples there.  :text-coolphotos:

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