In 1971, two neighbors living in Rogers, Minnesota, rescued a thresher in the path of bulldozers working on Interstate 94. Resting in the same place for 22 years, the thresher was locked in place by trees growing through its steel wheels. For many, it would have been an inconvenience with a direct path to the junkyard. Instead, Walter Dehn, Adrian Milless and John Altenweg decided ...
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