A DAILY PHOTOGRAPH FROM "THE VENICE OF AMERICA"
NOW ON SUMMER VACATION IN HARBOR SPRINGS, MICHIGAN
How do you find them??I have no idea but will return to read the comments of our humorous community, foresee the fun.
Some kind of thresher...slasher...? Does look as if Freddy Kruegerwould have had a 'hayday' with this vehicle.
I maxed the photo and have to admit...it's very unusual. Haven't a clue!
I bet it would have come handy in the Middle Ages, you know, quartering people and whatnot.
I bet it would hurt whatever it is.
Interesting how it's situated near the woods. It could have a starring role in the Blair Witch Project II. Okay...perhaps we should to turn to the farmers in our blogosphere for a correct answer.
I have a similar photo only it's red and yellow. I haven't posted it yet. Someone told me it's for making windrows. I don't know if that someone knew what he was talking about though.
What a find! I dunno, looks like a really big mixer which would be used by chefs from the Big Apple to make really big cakes!
It is whar EG said. only we always said winnrow--don't know how to spell I guess. Hay time!!!Or it is for slashing two rows of people.Nice find anyway. MB
Maybe it's all about the Labor Day and it's should be in a farm!Léia :)
LOL! What a riot! You, Jacob, and your commenters are funny!I do think it's a haying implement for windrows.But a chuckle is always good!
Looks like a thrasher ...
Well if you're still in MI, that's definately something to do with crops, probably something dragging behind a tractor.
I think it's an automated drive-in barber shop.
When are you coming back to Fort Lauderdale?
I know!!! It's a farm thingy.V
I hope, as some say, that its use would be strictly related with agriculture!
I'll bet it smashes seeds into the dirt. I hope the person using it is a good driver.
Does look like something Jason Voorhess would use to chop some people up. Interesting post.
Looks like some farm equipment... but I'm no expert.
Looks like some sort of combine harvester without the top bit. You realise why it's near the woods of course? To soak up the blood.A handy little thing to steer your chariot when you ride down the main street and slash the tyres of nearby cars.
Perfect for horror movies indeed! :-)
A rather interesting contraption. And dangerous, too! Wouldn't pass Health & Safety.Many thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comment. Come visit again tomorrow!
A couple of people here have guessed correctly. It's a hay rake. It's pulled behind a tractor over a field of previously mowed hay and it moves the hay into rows. This is in preparation for baling the hay since the baler is designed to scoop up hay that has been piled into a row. I used to have one when I farmed back in the day....