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Blunier Plow Day - Roanoke , IL October 24th & 25th, 2014

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I would also like to mention that a neighbor stopped mom in town last week and commented on what a nice job of plowing was done on Saturday. He could hardly believe that GT's could do such good work and commented on the quality several times. He even asked if we used GPS to plow straight in the fog Saturday AM (she admitted that the field was laid out Friday afternoon....)
Great Pics Steve!!!

As promised, here are the links for the Parade Lap:

Numero Uno: http://youtu.be/fYFNqnkBzn0

Numero Dos: http://youtu.be/HPQBMNVz37c

Numero Tres: http://youtu.be/AumBD3Txi48 (in this video, Is that Mick driving back on the far left of the screen? If so, what gives Mick?)

Numero Cuatro: http://youtu.be/zEpBHGJKnMk

I've never seen anything like that before and it was a sight to behold. Next time though, I'm gonna have my butt in the seat of my tractor riding somewhere in the middle of the pack!
Thanks for posting the Parade Lap, Josh. I really wish I could have been there.

I have really enjoyed this thread as well as the "Perfect Plow Tractor thread you started in the Sandbox.
JC--one of these days I'll get to meet you in person. I think it would be super cool if you could take a vacation and make te trip up here for a Plow Day like Bluniers. If not, it is much nicer down in your part of the world come January than it is up here. I sense a vacation down there coming on!!!
Josh...What gives is when you don't fuel up before the parade lap,you get to the other end,drop in the furrow and all the gas runs away from the fuel inlet,,,,
...and its not the first time i've done it
Mick....I'm laughing with you...not at you...he..he.
Josh, AGAIN...great vids! Thanks for doing that!

So glad to be forever on the internet wearing my daughters sun glasses because I could not find mine!
Mick--I wish I could say that I'd never done anything like that before but then I'd be lying! It happens to the most seasoned of us. Would've been funnier if it was Steve's tractor just after crossing the low trench and working up the last hill. I could imagine everyone lined up behind him waiting for someone to bring a gas can...

Rick--I just thought you were going for a 1980's Don Johnson look with those glasses! You just needed white pants and boat shoes with no socks

This way if anyone asks you from work, what is a parade lap with garden tractors, you guys can show them. I wish I was talented in editing, I'd make a montage with pics and videos and set it to music. BUT--I'm not so what you see is what you get...

That was good times no doubt! Another one for the books.
......Yes, But Steve, having BTDT when plowing in the past (that "lean" gets you every time), topped everything off right before door prizes....

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