I assumed that there had been a big accident but having spent a few years of my life in Pulaski, including going to kindergarten there, I knew my way around. I swung off onto a side street and made my way through town and back to the main road on the very east side of town. But when I got there, I realized that some horrific accident hadn't closed down the road but the parade for the Pulaski Corn Show.
I pulled up to the stop sign, turned off the engine, rolled down the windows and proceeded to enjoy the parade from the comfort of the drivers seat. Soon, other cars that must have seen my departure on the other side of the town, pulled up behind me, realized the same thing I did and turned off their cars in a big line.
It was your normal parade with the normal participants but one stood out above all the rest. Having learned how to drive a tractor on a John Deere 4020, I am very familiar with it. This John Deere 4020 isn't like any others because it had been jacked up in the air several feet. I had to hurry to get my camera out of its case, out the window and snap this picture but I was able to capture it. It took me less time to think of a tag line for it.
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