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Monday, December 31, 2007

Plow Works



Short clip about the history of the inventor of the Oliver Chilled Plow Works
Click on the photo to see the name . Click on the link to hear a short story about the inventor
http://www.wfyi.org/wvx/ai_1306.3.wvx

14 comments:

Mike said...

Happy New Year!
Quick Snap
This I Do...

Dave said...

I just want to take this opportunity to thank you for taking the time to offer your condolences and giving me the encouragement that I needed at this time. I hope you have a Happy New Year! :-)

Donna said...

How interesting! Reminded me of my sister and I having to sit on the back of the plow when Dad would work the big field for corn, for added weight. Hadn't thought of that in years! Thanks for the memory...

dot said...

Nice picture! I like old and rusty..maybe because I am. lol.

RuneE said...

I learn something new every time I visit your site - Great!

RuneE said...

Re your comments: Sorry about that - I have amended it. Have a look and see if it makes sense now! :-)

Sharon said...

Happy New year!! My great grandfather had something similar to that sitting on his property. It had a hayrake attached, my Mom took the spines from the hayrake and made a planter out of it :)

RuneE said...

Me again - the "original" is back - now as comment! :-)

Dick said...

Nice photo, I like old things. Happy New Year to you and family. It is nice blogging with you.

Ginnie said...

Happy New Year, L&N! May this be your best year ever!

Lynette said...

Interesting information, you two. Best wishes on your month in Arizona!

quintarantino said...

Rusty but nice... wishing both of you that this may come to be a great year!

Nessa said...

I wish you a very Happy New Year.

Max-e said...

When I was a little nipper, my grandfather was still using farming equipment of that vintage.
I have memories of riding on a planter that had a seat similar to that one.