lol ef, well ef it's not a blue and white golf umbrella easily spotted in a pine tree:lol:
so you will have to be patient and wait for 'the rest of the story' until the farmers who have or had these can maybe say what it is!
"hmmmm..not sure....but, first instinct was to say part of an implement?"
iddee said: """What Is It????""
I would guess an Oak. Bark doesn't look right to be a pine. Move the fender and maybe we can see it better. "
you need to go back to tree school iddee, if i were inclined this morning i'd go out and roll that tractor fender away from the PINE tree take a pic and post it so you could get a better look at it......:lol:
"Now I have to go clean up my spilled coffee."
well, i had to clean it off the screen perry......:grin:
some very entertaining replies, i think i shall start posting pictures of odd shaped farm equipment (and trees) just to read them:grin:
G3, it is a tractor fender from a farmall H series.
g3 had the first 'prize' answer, and then iddee......it is a tractor fender for a farmall h series tractor....hard to explain, just google tractor fender, farmall h series in google images and you will see pictures for this old thing :grin: