There are a few of us in our rural part of northeast New York state who are trying to keep our history and heritage alive. From the ’30s to the ’50s, many farmers could not afford tractors, so they built makeshift tractors by taking old cars and trucks and converting them into something to pull farm equipment or work in the woods. They were nicknamed “doodlebugs.” Over the ...
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