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International Plowing Match Day One: Premier Kathleen Wynne Photos from Instagram

Had a great time at the International Plowing Match today! Thanks for hosting, Perth County! #ipm2013
Taking a few minutes to talk to visitors and volunteers at the Ontario Liberal tent. #ipm2013
Learning about the fascinating history of the International Plowing Match. #ipm2013
Glad to see so many families having fun at the International Plowing Match!
Won an apple at the Foodland Ontario trivia game in the Ontario tent! #ipm2013
Spending some time in the Ontario tent! #ipm2013
#Premier #Wynne competing at #ipm2013
Thanking the land owner for giving up his farm to host the International Plowing Match! #ipm2013
Having a great time at the International Plowing Match with my Ontario Liberal team! #selfie #ipm2013
Ran into Lloyd Robertson and got him to sign a copy of his book for me!

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