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Horse Progress Days - Arthur IL - July 5 & 6th

This is a discussion on Horse Progress Days - Arthur IL - July 5 & 6th within the Survival Food Procurement forums, part of the Off-Grid Lifestyle category; didn't know they had this big affair for the horse drawn crowd - it's in Illinois Amishland this year - farthest west the show has ...

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    Horse Progress Days - Arthur IL - July 5 & 6th

    didn't know they had this big affair for the horse drawn crowd - it's in Illinois Amishland this year - farthest west the show has ever been held ....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Illini Warrior View Post
    didn't know they had this big affair for the horse drawn crowd - it's in Illinois Amishland this year - farthest west the show has ever been held ....


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    Arthur, IL is a very nice little Amish town. Waaaaaay back in the 80's I sold Industrial Wood Products to the Furniture and Cabinet Industry and Arthur was home to a number of Furniture and Cabinet companies. I always enjoyed the Amish owned restaurants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    Arthur, IL is a very nice little Amish town. Waaaaaay back in the 80's I sold Industrial Wood Products to the Furniture and Cabinet Industry and Arthur was home to a number of Furniture and Cabinet companies. I always enjoyed the Amish owned restaurants.

    alot of the cabinet shops are still around - considered to be 5 Star - the old broom factory has even managed to stay alive ...
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