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Based on early reports, the 2002 (2nd Annual ?) club picnic in Rhinelander, WI was a big success.  Dennis McGill did a great job setting it up again, adding a tractor pull and a slalom course in addition to the informal show and swap meet.  Here's some preliminary photos from Paul Kjorlie, with others to follow... if you can add information about any of the pictures please send it in -- just refer to the picture #....

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1. Stan Danielson's pair of PowrMax(s) 2. Dennis McGill's Landlord and ???

3.  Kris Severson's sharp 717 and Chris from DeForest's 4111.  The 717 won "Best of Show." 4. Smilin Sam's Allis-Chalmers 716 and HB-116

5. Tired's Homelite and my (Paul Kjorlie's) B-207 6. Whose Simplicity and Johnny Bucket??

7. The Sears "thing" 8. Swapping parts

9. Race! 10. Pierce's table of parts

11.  Pierce's used parts 10. Smilin Sam's used parts

11.  McGill in a feeble attempt?  12.  Stan Danielson in a not-so-feeble attempt.  I'm biased, but with short spacing (for the small tractors) on the sticks, Stan's 720 came in a very close 2nd to Scott's Homelite.  Not an easy task with a tractor that size.

13. Stan on the home stretch. 14. Stan, the current leader, before Scott's second run.



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