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Everyone looks forward to the Big Show in Pa., myself included. Seeing old friends and making new ones is at the core of the event. Wheeling and dealing in the "Horse Trading" area is a major draw. To me, once a year is not enough!

 

I would like to get some feedback to see if an all Wheel Horse swap meet in the spring (early May) in Central Virginia could draw an interest. Buy, sell, and trade anything Wheel Horse. 

This would be a one day event. No admission charge or "premium" payments, just an opportunity to sell off "left overs" and find parts, tractors or implements.

If there is enough interest, there could be a Fall event as well.

 

I'm open to your opinions and suggestions.

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:text-yeahthat:     That sounds good to me.   :thanks:

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I'm thinking closer to central Missouri would be a better location.

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I hope somebody that goes already knows what Jim looks like. He might be there but no one would know it! :)

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I know what Jim look like, but I would attend anyway!        :ychain:                         :ROTF:

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Wow,,,,,,my computer was gone with Fritz,,,,,,for 3 weeks,,,,,,I see what I missed.!!!!!!

 

I would be present,,,,,!!!!!   I'm all counted in,,,,,and I like the Waldo thing,,,,,,easier to find friends and famly that are on the  plan,,!!!!!!lolololoolo

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What happened to this idea guys?  I'd be all in too!  Great time to bring a tractor or two and swap parts.  Come on let's get it going!

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