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First Annual Virginia Plow Day Oct 21-22 2006

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Steve Hayes
FIRST ANNUAL VIRGINIA GARDEN TRACTOR PLOW DAY, SHOW & SWAP MEET!!!!

Well, it has finally been organized with the help of Belvedere Plantation. The great state of Virginia will be holding it's first Fall Garden Tractor Plow Day in conjunction with Belvedere Plantation's Fall Harvest Days.

Fellas, forget about asking for permission to attend this one, this is an entire family fun packed weekend retreat! We will be hosting it the weekend of October 21st and 22nd 2006 in Fredericksburg, Va. Not only can this be a fun fall day full of activities for the entire family, but the Fredericksburg area is full of Civil War History for you history buffs.

We have plenty of acres to plow, disc, till and whatever you can put behind your garden tractors.

We will also have a nice grassy area for you guys to put up displays for your prize possessions. Keep in mind that Belvedere Plantation will be open to the public the entire weekend so there could be a large number of spectators as well.

A thread will be posted under the Upcoming Events link with a lot more info. Here are some of the items you can entertain your family with to get them to come too:

Friday night harvest hoe down parties
Face Painting
Balloon Artist
100 Pumpkin Mountain Slide
14 acre corn maze with bridges/sound and lights-theme plow
Fun Barn
Pumpkin patch
Little farmers area
Old barnyard
Inclined ladders
Pumpkin painting
Home made pies
Farmer markets goods/ with only pumpkin sorted produce, novelty pumpkin
items, country goods, old fashion findings.
On hands exhibitions corn sheller, grinder, butter making
Moon Bounce
Sat evening Bonfire

If you live in the east and can't make it to PD12 this yeat, come enjoy the beautiful fall colors with us here in Virginia. Food, restrooms, stores, home goods, pumpkins and mums are all on site.

Additional information and directions can be found at http://www.belvedereplantation.com/pumpkin.html

More to follow.
Thanks, Jim & Steve

BTW, Any of you other Va boys want to help out or spread the word, let Jim or I know and yes, this will be open to our cub cadet friends.
 
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