Keeler, Saskatchewan Tractor Graveyard

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Comments (15)

ayrshireman on November 12, 2007

So many discarded implement's always like looking at these old things my self. And it is always nice to record the past. All the best Pam.

Lilypon on November 12, 2007

If you like looking at discards David you'd love it here!!!

Greetings to you from the Rusty implement Capital of Canada :) Pam

ayrshireman on November 13, 2007

Yes Pam I have always wanted an old plough for a feature in my front garden!!!!!! If you could ship one over? Maybe,. prety please.

Lilypon on November 13, 2007

LOLOLOL they finally have become a pretty popular decoration here (we finally found a use for them...what was once trash has become a treasure to many ;).

So what's your address so I can send it COD??? :)

ayrshireman on November 13, 2007

These backward countrys havent you heard of "FREE POST" yet tut,tut.

Lilypon on November 13, 2007

LOLOLOL "Free Post"...... not going to happen (especially considering what our postal service employees make)!

Ryan Calhoun on November 13, 2007

Hi Pam! I found your old tractors! The dark one on the right is my favorite. You only need to ship it to Lake Itasca in Minnesota, then build a small raft to float it down the Mississippi to St. Louis. I'll catch it there!

Lilypon on November 14, 2007

Okay Ryan! :D

But you have to tell me which Rivers connect to the mighty Moose Jaw that will make this journey possible!?!?!?

a somewhat lost and confused Pam (whose happy to have laughed so early in the am :)

Ryan Calhoun on November 14, 2007

Mmm, I don't think there are any rivers in between. You'll have to drive the tractor overland to Minnesota ("drive" as in cattle)!

Lilypon on November 14, 2007

LOLOLOLOL you don't ask for much do you Ryan? You have taken a close look at those wonderful well oiled pieces of rust (er machinery) right?????

Ryan Calhoun on November 14, 2007

Now, Pam, I already said I would do the hard part: wait in St. Louis to pull your raft out of the river!

Lilypon on November 14, 2007

Wiping the tears of laughter from my eyes now Ryan! :D

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on February 5, 2008

In a million years time these will be identified as a low form of life when they dig em backup again. And you can bet your boots that John Deer will will still be around claiming the longevity of their product.

Lilypon on February 5, 2008

LOL I'm sure John Deer will be happy too as well evansy (and they are they going to find millions of those fellows to dig up here! ;)

kpottruff on November 5, 2008

I know EXACTLY Where this picture was taken! I grew up near Brownlee!

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