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10/26/21
    

"Gathering of the Green"

A biennial nationwide conference for
John Deere collectors, restorers & enthusiasts.

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS – 2022

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Typical workshop       The Gathering of the Green 2022 will again offer a wide variety of extremely interesting and informative technical, historical and human-interest workshops and drop-in sessions which will appeal to John Deere antique two-cylinderand New Generation tractor enthusiasts – ranging from the beginner to the most experienced. Skilled workshop and drop-in session leaders from across the country will assemble in the Quad Cities March 16-19, to share their experience and knowledge with “Gathering” attendees. Watch for details as workshop topics are confirmed.

      Ladies - we will again have a hospitality area, and even more fun activities for you to participate, learn, and have fun with your friends in 2022!

These are the highlights

The following workshops are confirmed for the 2022 Gathering of the Green Conference. Please check back often for scheduled times for these workshops and additional workshops that will be added. *

*Workshops may be subject to change.*

Engine Heads and Cooling Systems - Bill and Jared Dies

An interesting discussion of your tractor's cooling system, every type of two-cylinder John Deere head. Will include radiator and engine head inspection, diagnosis and repair. Head and valve rebuilding and currently available coolant types.

Bill & Jared Dies are an experienced father-son team, who operate their own radiator and automotive service business.

The Deere "G" Tractor - John Bennehoff, Chris Boyens, Chris Adolphs

Covering the Model G tractor from the beginning of the unstyled to the end of the styled production, including information on parts interchange from year-to-year and details to watch for when buying and/or restoring a "G"'

John Bennehoff worked for about eight years as a farm equipment mechanic but has since gone into the tool and die trade. He also operates Dietrac Machine, making various clutch and governor parts for two-cylinders.

Chris Boyens is employed by Deere & Co. as the Brand Standards Manager. He is a member of Deer Valley Collectors and is the founder and president of Classic Green.

Chris Adolphs has worked for GSA Turf Services for the last 17 years installing and servicing lawn sprinklers. He resides in rural Delmar, IA with his wife Lindsay and their children Penny and Parker.

Basic Tractor Restoration: The Rusty Acres Approach - Dan Peterman

Dan covers the basic restoration of a tractor from its initial purchase to its first appearance at a tractor show or in a parade.

Dan Peterman owns and operates Rusty Acres Restoration, located in Webster City, IA. Although 90% of his work is restoring John Deere tractors, he restores other makes as well. Dan's knowledge is apparent if you have read the many 'Rusty Acres Approach to Restoration' articles which appeared in the "Two-Cylinder" magazine.

Wreath Making (John Deere Wreath) - Susie Shollenberger

Suzie will host a make-and-take session. This wreath is all about the Yellow and Green. So easy and cute, and Susie will provide all the materials needed for a nominal $15 fee, payable at the workshop.

Susie Shollenberger has been a fresh and silk floral designer for over 25 years in the Quad City Area.

Corn Shellers - Randy Kube    new

Randy will discuss design and operation of the two primary styles of corn shellers, including the models of shellers manufactured by Deere and Company.

John Deere Powr-Trol Systems - Dan Brotzman

Dan will cover general information on the Powr-Trol System, including how the system (pumps, valves, rockshaft and cylinders) works, adjustments and basic maintenance.

Dan Brotzman has been a contributor to "Green Magazine" for the past twenty-five years with restoration tips. He is ASE-certified for heavy truck electrical, diesel and gasoline engines. He began collecting and restoring two-cylinder and New Generation John Deere tractors in 1980, having completed many "frame with an empty transmission case" restorations

Underutilized Shrubs - Wil Carew    new

Looking for something a little different, a little out of the ordinary, blooming when others don’t, or that next "Wow" plant? Wil reviews overlooked shrubs that could be the next star for your yard!

Wil Carew is a Master Gardener (2005), Master Composter (2005) and Tree Steward (2007) in Linn County, IA. He enjoys sharing his horticultural knowledge with those who enjoy plants and other Master Gardeners, on WMT Radio, the Linn County Horticultural Hot Line, and various classes at Kirkwood Community College, public libraries, and gardening clubs throughout the state.

All About Gauges - Gerry Trcka    new

Gerry will highlight the running changes in oil, temperature, and amperage gauges for various John Deere tractors. He will also discuss molds for recovering old steering wheels.

Gerry Trcka Before restoring tractors and gauges became a full-time career in 2010, he worked in the manufacturing field as a welder and then later in the food industry as a truck driver. His trucking career led to taking the gauges apart and restoring them. In 2005 he and his wife, Missy, started their own business called EverGreen Restoration.

The 8020 Tractor - Darrell Fischer    new

Darrel will cover the story of the 8020 from early development to final production, including complimentary plows.

Darrel Fisher is a long-time farmer from Central Illinois who has collected "anything green" for many years. His favorite is the 8020, but also has a paddle scraper, a Wagner tractor, a low radiator G, an open fan shaft A, and many others.

4020-4000 Production - Dan Brotzman    revised

Dan will focus on many of the production changes that occurred during the 4020-4000 production period from 1964-1972. Many of the production changes have appeared in Green Magazine over Dan’s 30 years of writing for Green Magazine, now many of those changes will be consolidated into this single workshop.

Dan Brotzman has been a contributor to "Green Magazine" for the past 30 years with restoration tips. He is ASE-certified for heavy truck electrical, diesel and gasoline engines. He began collecting and restoring two-cylinder and New Generation John Deere tractors in 1980, having completed many "frame with an empty transmission case" restorations.

Farming Evolved... 2-Cylinder Tractors Still did the Work - Don & Dan Dufner    new

Don and Dan will share information on their collection of two-cylinder John Deere tractors and how they adapted these tractors to get the work done faster on the farm.

Don Dufner has been farming with two-cylinder John Deere tractors in Buxton, ND since 1955. A creative farmer, Don’s been known to modify tractors for specific farming tasks and for coupling two-cylinders together into 4 and 6-wheel drives. His son Dan Dufner has worked for John Deere for 25 years and is currently the General Manager for John Deere Electronic Solutions. He graduated from the university of North Dakota in Mechanical Engineering and earned an MBA from the University of Northern Iowa.

The 6030 Tractor - Brad Walk    new

Brad will share the history and novelties of the 6030 tractor.

Brad Walk owns and operates a diversified grain and livestock farm which consists of cattle, hogs, corn, beans,and wheat. After purchasing his first 6030 tractor in 1998, he developed my6030.com specializing in buying, selling, and customizing John Deere 6030s.

Tip Shop - Dan Brotzman

Dan will cover sheet metal tricks such as filling in unwanted holes, patching in rust, and heat shrinking. Other topics include wiring tips, plastic body filler versus lead body filler, making an engine sleeve puller, changing a rear tractor tire, splitting a New Generation tractor, and more. From reading his articles in "Green Magazine," you know Dan is a great problem solver who offers excellent solutions.

Dan Brotzman has been a contributor to "Green Magazine" for the past twenty-five years with restoration tips. He is ASE-certified for heavy truck electrical, diesel and gasoline engines. He began collecting and restoring two-cylinder and New Generation John Deere tractors in 1980, having completed many "frame with an empty transmission case" restorations

John Deere "B" Series - Running Changes - Bruce Johnson

Bruce will cover variations of Unstyled "B" tractors, including the factory accessories, serial number breaks and production data and wheel options. Both the row crop & standard tread versions will be covered.

Bruce Johnson grew up on a farm in northern Illinois and has a Degree in agriculture mechanics. Bruce worked for a John Deere dealer as a mechanic and as a service manager. He restored his first tractor, an unstyled John Deere B, over 40 years ago. Since that first tractor Bruce has built a collection of eleven different variations of the unstyled Model B tractor. He has restored many tractors for others and has had many examples of his handiwork at the Two-Cylinder Club Expos.

Digital Photography - Jerry Dekan    new

Jerry will be discussing photography tips, including composition, lighting, lenses, exposure and night photography.

Jerry Dekan is now retired after working for 45 years at an agriculture laboratory. What started out as a hobby turned into work, including weddings, families and nature landscapes.

The Model "M" Tractor - Charlie Thompson

Charlie will discuss evolution of the small acreage John Deere Model M. Designed to replace the L and LA, its purpose was to give the small farmer more power.

Charlie Thompson was raised on a dairy farm in Wisconsin, and never lost his interest and enthusiasm for tractors. His passion for all types and colors of tractors began when he was just 5 years old. In addition to his two rare prototypes, Charlie includes in his collection a rainbow of tractor brands and colors.

Total Transformation of a 630 - Tyler Bucheit    new

Join Tyler in a discussion of his ground-up restoration of a fence-row 630 tractor, including surprises along the way. Learn his tips for producing "730-level" power from this tractor.

Tyler Bucheit grew up on a 5th generation family farm in southeast Missouri, graduating with degrees in agribusiness and German. He worked for a John Deere dealer in the parts department during college for two years, and, later in equipment sales. Tyler is presently working for an aftermarket agriculture parts company as a territory manager covering five states. Having restored several tractors, his real passion is moldboard plowing. He has written "The Young Timer" articles published monthly in "Green Magazine" for the past 11 years. If you visit his website, you'll quickly learn that he's Tyler "The Plow Guy" and sells used and new parts for John Deere Disk and Moldboard plows.

John Deere Model "H" Tractor - Dan Price

Dan will discuss evolution of the Model H tractor. His own Model H tractor was acquired from the original owner back in the mid 1970's.

Dan Price was raised on a diversified grain and livestock farm in northeast Iowa. His father and uncle shared labor between their two farms, and Dan’s only exposure to John Deere was his uncle’s old Model A. Tired and neglected, it was a tough old beast and refused to die despite some abuse by Dan during haying and corn picking seasons. That was his first realization that two-cylinder tractors were built to take it. Dan left the farm studied Mechanical Engineering at Iowa State University. He was drafted and served in the US Army for two years. As an engineer, Dan has designed overhead traveling bridge cranes, monorails, and other material handling systems for over 40 years, which were sold to Deere manufacturing facilities, including Waterloo, Moline Des Moines, and Ottumwa Works.

Toys, Tractors and Implements - Bill Proft

Bill's audience is anyone interested in collecting toys or miniatures, with a specific focus on how John Deere "Generations of Power" are represented.

Bill Proft has been collecting farm toys for over 45 years, having spent many summers on his uncle's farm in Edgar, WI. The combination of having received toy tractors and equipment for birthdays and holidays, and an uncle who encouraged interest in tractors, sparked his continued interest in collecting. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is currently employed as the Sr. Chief Engineer and Market Manager for Rescue Vehicles at Pierce Manufacturing in Appleton, WI.

John Deere Gator: From Powered Wheelbarrow to High Tech Hauler - Scott Braemer    new

Scott will review the product history from the initial concept proposal in 1983, to first production in 1987, to current day. He will also share some fun facts related to the origin of the Gator brand, product development, testing, and manufacturing history. Be sure to pay close attention – there will be a quiz at the end with fabulous prizes!

Having grown up just nine miles from Deere’s Horicon Works Factory Scott Braemer's professional life has been centered on John Deere Turf and Utility products. His father, an avid Deere lawn and garden collector, is a retired machinist and press operator from that factory. With a mechanical engineering degree from the University of Wisconsin, Platteville, Scott spent two years as an intern at the Horicon Works and two years as an intern at the Dubuque Works. He then started his full-time career with Deere in Horicon where he spent nine years working on lawn and garden equipment in various departments such as process improvement, test, design, and marketing. He joined the Gator™ group in 2007 as a Product Program Manager and is now responsible for all program management efforts within the category.

New Generation Electrical - Dan Brotzman

Dan will cover basic diagnostics and repair of the New Gen electrical systems. From reading his articles in "Green Magazine", you know Dan is a great problem solver who offers excellent solutions to the challenges we often encounter when working on these great tractors.

Dan Brotzman has been a contributor to "Green Magazine" for the past twenty-five years with restoration tips. He is ASE-certified for heavy truck electrical, diesel and gasoline engines. He began collecting and restoring two-cylinder and New Generation John Deere tractors in 1980, having completed many "frame with an empty transmission case" restorations.

Bathtub "D" - Dan Thomas    new

Dan is going to explain the history and restoration of the famous Bathtub Tractor.

Dan Thomas has been collecting John Deere Tractors since the early 80's, but his most notable restoration project has been the Bathtub "D". Dan totes this tractor around to shows regularly, tries to promote the hobby everywhere, encourages kids to get involved. He is proud to say that his tractor was on display at the Tractor and Engine Museum in Waterloo, IA.

Scrapbooking and Card Making - Ruby Brotzman

Ruby will lead this hands-on session for the ladies and cover scrapbooking and greeting cards. Topics include scrapbook borders, journal boxes and tags. For those interested there will be a demonstration on digital scrapbooking. You will be able to view storybooks, mugs and photo panels, as well as traditional items such as Pic Folios, Quick Kits and organizational products. A donation from $1-2 will be requested to help cover the cost of materials.

Ruby Brotzman grew up on a farm in Wisconsin. She and her husband, Dan enjoy tractor collecting, pulling and working the land.

"R" Diesel - Ethan Byrum    new

Ethan will discuss the 70 year celebration of the introduction of the Model R diesel. He will cover the history of the tractor and its 14 years of experimentation that led to the 5-year production run.

Ethan Byrum owns five R diesel tractors, with 2 of the 5 having been stripped down to the main case. He's 20 now, and his interest in R diesels began when Ethan's grandfather told him that he had to have one, and his great grandfather said no. In 2013 they went to an auction, and Ethan was finally about to grab his own R diesel tractor.

Slant Dash Deeres - Carl Swisher    new

Carl will discuss electric start and lighting on John Deere tractors, which first became options on A and B General Purpose and Standard Tread AR-AO, BR-BO (and D) tractors in early Fall, 1939. A heavy cast dash was added that served as a new steering shaft support and the term "slant-dash" was born. Details will include the various configurations and features of the electric start and lighting “slant dashes”, concentrating primarily on A and B tractors, including a working list of known survivors, major changes made during production of the slant dashes, evidence, and timing of the start of production, and some archival photos, film and information on the earliest known pre-production electric start and lighting tractors.

For his age, Carl Swisher is a relatively "newbie" to two-cylinders and the Green community. He was drawn to the styling of A and B tractors designed by Henry Dreyfuss for 1939, the history and various changes made on these tractors throughout the war years. He bought a 1939 A with fragments of an electrical system still intact, a steep learning curve and lots of research, brought the A back to life. He found a “B” to go with it, and has added several more!

John Deere Two-Cylinder Diesel Repair - Albert Ulrich

A veteran Gathering workshop leader, Albert will cover the total repair and restoration of the John Deere diesel tractor. The information to be presented is based on Albert Ulrich's experience over the years of having completely disassembled and reassembled many of these tractors to the point of having to remanufacture some parts which are unavailable today.

Renaissance Tractor became the third facet in the total business entity of Ulrich Trucking, Inc. and Crane Service in late 1999. Albert is attending this year's Gathering with the intention of sharing his expertise as he interacts with the inquiring minds of John Deere two-cylinder and New Generation enthusiasts.

Working on our intuitive Tools - Barb Douglas

Barb will be presenting candle messages through her intuitive gifts.

Barb Douglas is an intuitive who has devoted more than 25 years to help everyone discover what makes them unique. She has traveled throughout the states and Europe and now pleasantly resides in Geneseo, Illinois.

Bee Keeping and Cooking with Honey - Ron Fischer

Bring your hunny to this workshop for a lovely time of honey tasting and sample other delicious honey treats. Ron will showcase a bee-keepers equipment, and an empty hive.

Ron Fischer started beekeeping in 1970 on his grandparent's farm in Orion, Illinois. While living in Oak Park, Il, he kept bees in the surrounding area outside of Chicago, maintaining 30 to 36 colonies, producing 2,000 lbs. annually. He moved from Oak Park to the family farm in Orion in 2005 and continued the business. His grandfather's last tractor, a John Deere 1959 JD 530 can be found on the farm. Ron took courses in beekeeping at University of Illinois and Ohio State.

"Computers for Seniors" - Will Carew    new

This talk is for any senior wondering how a computer can help you. This a beginners introduction to different types of computers, the internet, home pages, how to browse for information, email, text messages, writing letters, and social media.

Wil Carew is a resident of Cedar Rapids and has been involved with computers from the beginning with Apple, HP, and Microsoft Windows.

Quilting - Sherri Freyermuth

Make these fun and easy placemats using three different fabrics, fusible bias tape, and a wavy template. We will make two in class with kit options for additional sets. Basic sewing skills are required. Reconditioned, vintage Singer sewing machines will be available to use upon request. Max 10 per class, material fee payable day of, bring your own machine if possible. Call Sherri to register 563-659-6200

Sherri's love of sewing started around the early age of nine, inspired through sewing projects from every generation starting back to a great-great-grandmother and her hand pieced "Grandmother's Flower Garden' quilt. Stop in for a friendly smile and see what our small town “Heartland” atmosphere has to offer.

Deere Engineer - Theo Brown Willie Cade    new

Willie Cade the proud grandson of Theo Brown and a member of the Nebraska Farm Bureau. He’ll be talking about the history of Theo Brown and the symbiosis between agricultural producers and John Deere to create repairable and innovative products as documented in Theo's daily diaries that are online at theo.wpi.edu.

I'm Only a "Luna"tic During a Full Moon - Katherine Metcalf    new

If you use the farmers almanac phases of the for planting, then it goes to reason that you can also use the phases for planning your daily life! Learn how to harness the energy of the moon in a positive way.

Enhancing Your Endorphins - Beverly Wilson

Learn The 4 happiness chemicals and laughing is the "key" for keeping our brain cells happy. Come with a joke to share or a funny story. I have one from the 2018 show right after my talk "Overcoming Senior Moments."

Beverly Wilson has been a motivational speaker and a trainer for quite some time. Recently she has been working with colleges, ladies study clubs, and church ladies’ groups. She is there for anyone who wants a little more laughter in their lives

Military Equipment Restoration - Dan Peterman    new

I will be talking about 6 pieces of military ww2 airborne military equipment, which includes a dozer, tractor, deuce and a half truck, and misc. pieces of machinery that I restored for a customer in Florida. He’ll talk about the history and purpose of each one, along with a PowerPoint.

Dan Peterman owns and operates Rusty Acres Restoration, located in Webster City, IA. Although 90% of his work is restoring John Deere tractors, he restores other makes as well. Dan's knowledge is apparent if you have read the many 'Rusty Acres Approach to Restoration' articles which appeared in the "Two-Cylinder" magazine. He has been business and restoring tractors for over 30 years.

Loctite Products - Brad Perkins

Brad will describe the many excellent Loctite products available to tractor restorers, and share the procedures of proper application of these products, including thread lockers, gasketing products and adhesives.

Brad Perkins has worked for Henkel Corporation as a salesman for Loctite brand products since 1999 and has been a workshop leader at several Gathering Conferences

Tractor Mower and Hay Tool Development 1929-1940 - Jack Beck    new

Jack will provide information on the development of John Deere Mowers designed to be used with Tractors. It will show the progression of the Power Mower, and Ground Driven Mowers during the period of 1929-1940 cumulating with the #5 Mower which was in production longer than any other John Deere Mower. Development of other Hay Tools for use with a Tractor will also be discussed.

Jack Beck was raised on a dairy farm near Litchfield, Nebraska. Retired from careers in teaching, oil industry research and motor sports, Jack collects and restores John Deere tractors and equipment, including the Model "D", "GP", "B" and implements used with these Tractors.

GP Tractor Changes & Improvements - Jack Beck    new

This Workshop will focus on many of the external changes made to the Model GP Standard during its production run from 1928 – 1935. The GP was a work in progress during its entire production run. The material presented is based on my observations and research.

Jack Beck was raised on a dairy farm near Litchfield, Nebraska. Retired from careers in teaching, oil industry research and motor sports, Jack collects and restores John Deere tractors and equipment, including the Model “D”, “GP”, “B” and implements used with these Tractors.

Basket Weaving - Tracy Welch

Join professional basket maker, Tracey Welch, for a hands-on experience creating your own basket to take home with you. Enrollment will be on a first-come-first-served basis. Sign up near the Check-In area on the first-floor concourse of the RiverCenter South. Remember, space is limited. Cost of the class is $30.00 and includes cost of the materials and covers Part 1 and 2.

Tracy Welch is the owner and founder of Basketwerks. She weaves baskets, teaches basketry, and makes all her own stains from natural sources. In 1993, the wholesale branch of Basketwerks was born and is operated by her husband, Jim. It is now one of the largest suppliers of basket weaving materials in the Midwest.

Rock Painting - Tracy Welch

This is a fun new workshop where we will be painting rocks. Max class size is 20, material fee is $10.

Tracy Welch is the owner and founder of Basketwerks. She weaves baskets, teaches basketry, and makes all her own stains from natural sources. In 1993, the wholesale branch of Basketwerks was born and is operated by her husband, Jim. It is now one of the largest suppliers of basket weaving materials in the Midwest.

Lawn and Garden Tractors, History - Darren Redding

Darren will cover development of Deere lawn tractors from 1963 to present. He has a substantial collection of little machines, restoring studying their history too! Join Darren for a trip back into the history of the "Little Deeres" as they share information on specific models, including the collectable ones. He will devote more of this session to the repair and restoration of these machines, so bring your technical questions!

Darren Redding is a native of Kokomo, IN, and the son of a John Deere mechanic. Darren has a degree in horticulture from Vincennes University and a degree in agribusiness from Northwest Oklahoma State University. He served in the US Army and is a Desert Storm veteran. After working for Chrysler Corporation for eleven years, Darren started his own business, DMR Lawncare LLC, a full-scale lawn maintenance and landscaping company. He began restoring tractors with his dad in 1993, and has assembled a significant collection of full-size tractors, lawn tractors and snowmobiles, and now specializes in old John Deere snow machines. You will see his articles in "Lawn & Garden Collector" magazine.

 LP Tractors, Questions and Answers - Scott and Art Fellows    new

Scott and Art will cover proper procedures in restoring the fuel system of two-cylinder and New Generation LP tractors. Participants will gain better knowledge on dealing with their liquid propane provider and places to get parts for your project.

Arthur Fellows has been involved in farm safety for many years. As a volunteer fireman for 46 years, he developed and conducted the first farm rescue program for first responders in New York State. His experience as a dairy farmer for many years turned him into a lover and restorer of John Deere tractors, equipment and Syracuse plows.

Scott Fellows is a paid firefighter of 18 years in Fairfax county Virginia. Before that he was in the welding supply industry for 17 years. The last 8 working on propane installation and delivery.  He enjoys restoring and working the collection he and his dad have on a 40 acre farm. Scott’s favorite tractor is the 1956 60 LP that he and his dad restored.

Trailering your Toys, Safety and the Law - Scott and Art Fellows    new

Scott and Art will focus on safety while working on your tractor and will include ways to make a safe shop that won't break the bank. Safety in the field and safe trailering practices will also be discussed.

Arthur Fellows has been involved in farm safety for many years. As a volunteer fireman for 46 years, he developed and conducted the first farm rescue program for first responders in New York State. His experience as a dairy farmer for many years turned him into a lover and restorer of John Deere tractors, equipment and Syracuse plows.

Scott Fellows is a paid firefighter of 18 years in Fairfax county Virginia. Before that he was in the welding supply industry for 17 years. The last 8 working on propane installation and delivery.  He enjoys restoring and working the collection he and his dad have on a 40 acre farm. Scott's favorite tractor is the 1956 60 LP that he and his dad restored.

John Deere Crawlers - Chris Aspegren

Chris will cover history of John Deere crawlers and their evolution into the construction market, from purchase of the Lindeman factory to becoming one of the world’s leading manufacturers of construction equipment. He will address purchasing a crawler, through its complete restoration, including specialty shop tools, removing master track pins, removing and rebuilding final drives, repairing direction reversers, rebuilding track rollers, examining drive sprockets, removing stubborn bolts, and fabricating linkage.

Chris Aspegren is a Director of Operation for a Heavy-Civil construction company in Northern Illinois. His interest in John Deere crawlers began as a small child watching road construction projects.  After restoring several standard tread tractors, Chris purchased a Model 40 crawler at the age of 15. Over the last 25 years, Chris purchased and restored six crawlers, from a BO Lindeman to a 440 ICD. His crawlers have appeared on several calendars, including John Deere’s 2009 dealer calendar and the "Green Magazine" 2010 (1954) calendar. Chris’s 440 ICD appeared on the cover of "Two-Cylinder" magazine, in addition to being used as a model in the construction of the Ertl 440 model toy crawler.

Hit and Miss Engines - John Boyens & Rie Faulk    new

*Bio & Description coming soon*

3010 Walk-Around Assessment - Tony Knobbe

*Bio & Description coming soon*



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