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Heres a pretty cool pic i got in a email. Keep in mind it was an email i dont know if its real.

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yep been on here for a few weeks now, pretty cool, has anyone figured out where that is yet? Hope not Greenbush smile

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Was in greenbush, there is a picture at a different angle and a mountain lion was perched on top of the cab of the tractor there

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Was in greenbush, there is a picture at a different angle and a mountain lion was perched on top of the cab of the tractor there

haha I saw that one on another site but it was of course photoshop but a good laugh though.

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Cougars all over Minnesota this year!

My friend told me he seen tracks the size of Baseball mits!

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That aint no photoshop quack. Go back up to the link Stick posted and go to page 2.

Thats authentic dude.

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What was the saying? "Nothing runs like a Deere"?

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That aint no photoshop quack. Go back up to the link Stick posted and go to page 2.

I'll believe in that if you want me to! grin

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wow, those farmers got it going on, from the feild to ground venison in no time laugh

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