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    Morel's, Walleyes, and Corn fields

    Time for planting the food plots, catching some fish, and picking mushrooms. Stabbed a thousand spruce in the ground also.

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    Thank a sheepdog today for they are standing guard!
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    Eric, have you got a set of bog treads for that 8N?

    Enjoyed your post! I've been planting some trees too, (mostly red cedars, maples and oaks) chasing turkeys and finding a few morels as well!

    Managed to fly to Poplar Grove last weekend for breakfast. Neat airport.

    Need to dig up some pics.

    Hope all is well!
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    Good eye Kyle most don't know what that bogey wheel is for. This is a buddies tractor and Mohawk planter; he has 2 Fords both with tracks which are probably rare now.
    Thank a sheepdog today for they are standing guard!

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    Friend of mine just sent this of his "Ramp pesto fettuccine with sautéed morels". He and his brother just found a pile of them.

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    The bogey wheel is part of the ARPS track system. A lot of stuff was made for the very popular 2N, 8N and 9N series Fords by assorted aftermarket companies, just like they did for the model T
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    This makes me smile!

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