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The tractors will start out just after 9: 30 a.m. in Evinston at the historic Wood &
"We lost the battle," said Bill Halback, an Evinston resident who lives on Orange Lake and fought for the curfew.
The group's chairman, Bill Halback, who lives on the banks of Orange Lake in Evinston, said organizers do not know if they will have that amount of support, "but we're going to try to get there."
The pristine waterway in eastern Marion County was where the 82-year-old Evinston resident learned to swim; where his family and other campers built their own makeshift campsites to hole up for weekend getaways; and where, as an Army doctor pointed out during a physical exam for Glisson's entry into the Army Air Corps, he broke his neck on an ill-fated rope swing.
Also along the roads are towns and communities that still look much as they did before cars were common, such as Micanopy and Evinston.