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Re: July 4th.

Postby Donegal Cub » Mon Jul 05, 2021 7:50 am

Stanton wrote:
Donegal Cub wrote:Happy Independence Day to all the forum members from the Emerald Isle. Post pictures of any parades that you might attend. :tractor: :hattip:


Thank you!

Happy 4th of July to everyone! Pulled the ‘48 Cub and the ‘42 AV around to the front of the house.
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Two lovely tractors, hope you had a good day. Thanks for posting :tractor: :hattip:

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Re: July 4th.

Postby Donegal Cub » Mon Jul 05, 2021 8:02 am

Stanton wrote:
Donegal Cub wrote:Happy Independence Day to all the forum members from the Emerald Isle. Post pictures of any parades that you might attend. :tractor: :hattip:


Well, I know you requested pics of 4th of July parades, but I couldn’t think of anyone having a parade. Not sure how common it is across the USA to have a parade on the 4th. You’d think that day would be more than any other! Much tradition focuses on individual families getting together than a community. Perhaps we need more parades on the 4th of July. Maybe others will let us know if their towns have a parade.


We sure have big St. Patrick’s Day parades across the country!! :D

Yes St Patrick’s Day is a great world wide celebration, and Independence Day is more family oriented, It was just a thought, that there might be some municipal parades celebrating the occasion. :tractor: :hattip:

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Re: July 4th.

Postby Waif » Mon Jul 05, 2021 8:19 am

Donegal Cub wrote:
Stanton wrote:
Donegal Cub wrote:Happy Independence Day to all the forum members from the Emerald Isle. Post pictures of any parades that you might attend. :tractor: :hattip:


Well, I know you requested pics of 4th of July parades, but I couldn’t think of anyone having a parade. Not sure how common it is across the USA to have a parade on the 4th. You’d think that day would be more than any other! Much tradition focuses on individual families getting together than a community. Perhaps we need more parades on the 4th of July. Maybe others will let us know if their towns have a parade.


We sure have big St. Patrick’s Day parades across the country!! :D

Yes St Patrick’s Day is a great world wide celebration, and Independence Day is more family oriented, It was just a thought, that there might be some municipal parades celebrating the occasion. :tractor: :hattip:


Sorry , I took no pics around the holiday.
I skipped the local parade crowd.
And too late getting freed up in the A.M. to have entered a Cub in the tractor show on the third....
Did study the carnival for later metal detecting if I somehow get bored. That's where a camera would have been handy.

Wore my green "Let the malarkey and shennanigans begin" shirt the other day though!

Hope yours was a good day. You'd have been welcomed here.

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Re: July 4th.

Postby Paul Van Benschoten » Tue Jul 06, 2021 5:32 am

Our tractor club has been part of the town parade for about 7 years. We've had as many as 25 tractors. This year we had 12. In the following pictures, the sky is only partly cloudy but it had been raining in the morning and was still threatening to have thunderstorms. That kept most of the club from coming out.

These pictures were taken while waiting for the parade to get moving.

2021 parade 3.jpg


2021 parade 2.jpg


2021 parade 1.jpg
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Re: July 4th.

Postby Donegal Cub » Tue Jul 06, 2021 1:16 pm

Paul Van Benschoten wrote:Our tractor club has been part of the town parade for about 7 years. We've had as many as 25 tractors. This year we had 12. In the following pictures, the sky is only partly cloudy but it had been raining in the morning and was still threatening to have thunderstorms. That kept most of the club from coming out.

These pictures were taken while waiting for the parade to get moving.

2021 parade 3.jpg

2021 parade 2.jpg

2021 parade 1.jpg

Thanks for sharing the pictures, and I see a Ford nan there also

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Re: July 4th.

Postby Clemsonfor » Tue Jul 06, 2021 9:51 pm

Stanton wrote:
Donegal Cub wrote:Happy Independence Day to all the forum members from the Emerald Isle. Post pictures of any parades that you might attend. :tractor: :hattip:


Well, I know you requested pics of 4th of July parades, but I couldn’t think of anyone having a parade. Not sure how common it is across the USA to have a parade on the 4th. You’d think that day would be more than any other! Much tradition focuses on individual families getting together than a community. Perhaps we need more parades on the 4th of July. Maybe others will let us know if their towns have a parade.


We sure have big St. Patrick’s Day parades across the country!! :D



Whatever town Oliver66farmboy (I think his name) on YouTube was at a parade. Whatever small town he lives outside of in Illinois I think it is they had a parade. He posted about it and I think posted a video of it.

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Re: July 4th.

Postby Paul Van Benschoten » Wed Jul 07, 2021 6:05 am

Donegal Cub wrote:Thanks for sharing the pictures, and I see a Ford nan there also


There are two Ford tractors. The one with a dog in the driver's lap is a Jubilee. I don't know what the one with the snow plow is.

My tractor is the Cub Loboy with the white hood and grill.
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Re: July 4th.

Postby mcwinter » Wed Jul 07, 2021 8:16 am

Funny (but welcome) how a member from Ireland started an Independence Day thread!

We attended a good parade in Earlville, IA with quite a few tractors though I didn't get any pictures.

Below is our own "parade" with my wife on our Farmall B and me driving the A, after rescuing the A with some fuel.

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Re: July 4th.

Postby Stanton » Wed Jul 07, 2021 10:02 am

mcwinter wrote:Funny (but welcome) how a member from Ireland started an Independence Day thread!

We attended a good parade in Earlville, IA with quite a few tractors though I didn't get any pictures.

Below is our own "parade" with my wife on our Farmall B and me driving the A, after rescuing the A with some fuel.

IMG_2216.jpg


Well, seeing that Donegal Cub is 6 hours ahead of us, that may explain why his was the first July 4th thread of the day. :)
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Re: July 4th.

Postby Tractor Whisperer » Wed Jul 07, 2021 7:18 pm

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Plymouth, CA had three Cubs in the parade this year. Here’s my ‘48 followed by my 1936 IH C-1. Nice to be back with our toys!
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Re: July 4th.

Postby Donegal Cub » Thu Jul 08, 2021 7:23 am

Stanton wrote:
mcwinter wrote:Funny (but welcome) how a member from Ireland started an Independence Day thread!

We attended a good parade in Earlville, IA with quite a few tractors though I didn't get any pictures.

Below is our own "parade" with my wife on our Farmall B and me driving the A, after rescuing the A with some fuel.

IMG_2216.jpg


Well, seeing that Donegal Cub is 6 hours ahead of us, that may explain why his was the first July 4th thread of the day. :)

Yes Mr. Stanton, I was at a slight advantage :P I was able to get my retaliatiation in first :x :lol: :tractor: :hattip:

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Re: July 4th.

Postby Donegal Cub » Thu Jul 08, 2021 7:30 am

Thanks to everyone who shared pictures of your Cubs on parade and some not on parade. Much appreciated :{_}: :tractor: :hattip:


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