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Central indiana CubFest is in the books! Great crowd and another outstanding CubFest hosting job done by Bud and Steve.
Cut some soybeans using Bud's cub engine powered 52R combine on Friday along with some great plowing on both days even with the rain Friday night.
Will have some videos and pictures up as soon as I can get them uploaded.
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It seemed awfully quiet today on the forum. I'm glad y'all had a good time can't wait to see the pics.
Thanks to everyone. Glad to see old & new faces. Got home safe Cub in the garage. Had a Great time.
In my line of work
" EVERYBODY GOES HOME THE NEXT MORNING"
I too want to thank Bud and Steve for being such great hosts.
Had a great time!
Candy and I had a great time on Friday. Was cool to see the 52R in the bean field. Brought back memories of years ago. Drug the rain with us all the home to Ohio. Thanks to Bud, Joyce and Steve!
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Thanks Bud, Steve and everyone else who helped put on another great Cubfest! I had a blast plowing, especially with the Cub Cadet 100! Thanks Neil for the field trip to Cub Cadet Wonderland, what an amazing collection!
I also want to add my thanks to Bud, Joyce, Steve and Neil. Had a great time, looking forward to next year.
Larry, Cindy, Brady and Cara
Rosie and I just got home. Gary and Regina shouldn't be to far from home either. We all stayed back and extra day to help Bud and Steve put the farm back in order. All that's left is for Bud and Neil to put their toys away until next year.
We had a great time as usual and never let the weather dampen our spirits. Thanks to all who put on this great event. I have a lot of video of the 52R working the bean field. What a truely amazing piece of machinery that is. I hope to edit the video after I get my eyes straight. That should be sometime around this weeekend. Stay tuned for that.
My thanks also to Steve and Bud and their families for a great Cubfest. Watching the combine was great and Gary let me plow with George Willer's "Scotty" that was set up so well that nary a clod rolled into the bottom of the furrow. Steve suggested I stop at the Indy Motor Speedway on my way to the airport, and the museum and bus tour around the track were great.
Thanks again, Bob
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we need to think differently."
The 52R combine brings back some memories. I was too young to operate it and dad had a bin rather than bagger and it must have been an early model because it had a continental engine. I never thought of one being pulled by a cub maybe because it was also built as a pto machine. Close by but I had another commitment. Vern
Thanks to everyone that attended It was truly a pleasure to have the opportunity to co host this event with Bud , Joyce and Neil. Special thanks to all the Women behind the scenes that kept us fed. I can't forget to Thank Gary, Regina,Barnyard and Rosie for all your help. David Grapes for your donation of the bread and Cookies.And Silvey for his support.
For anyone that didn't get to attend the plowing was the best it has been in Years the ground turned over beautifully. Seeing the 52 Combine running in the field combining the beans was quite a site. A Cub Fest First
Bob, I'm glad you had a good time at the Speedway it is truly a site to see when you visit Indianapolis
Bud assures us god willing plan on the third Friday and Saturday of September next year
Co- hosting Central Indiana Cub Fest near Tipton Indiana September of 2014
What???? 11 posts and no pictures???
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Regina & I had a great time, like we always do! A big thanks to Steve, Bud & Joyce, Neil and all the ladies who fed us. Thanks to Dave Grapes & Kroger Co. for their food donation. We were a little thin on the shop projects this year but made up for it in field activities. Combining beans was a big highlite, but a lot of ground was plowed as well. We can't wait for next year!
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