Pennsylvania Truck Rally Part 1
Vendors began arriving at 7 p.m. on Friday night to be prepared for Saturday morning.
We were blessed with a donation of beautiful flowers from Esbenshade’s Greenhouses. All sales at the Rally benefit TFC.
The chapel at sunset on Friday night as I was leaving.
Saturday morning began with a 6 a.m. breakfast for the committee and key volunteers.
Then we on the road toward the fairgrounds.
While the guys set up the benefit auction items and taped the floor (for chair setup), Jana and Lauren prepared the bidding cards.
Outside, Karen Sauder was working at the registration table – helping Jake Wise register the chapel and his own Marmon.
There were already a few trucks on the grounds.
Some had come on Friday evening or early Saturday morning.
I was on the lot when Glenn parked his rig and noticed this on the side of his truck.
That is a great honor and accomplishment. Congratulations Donna and Glenn.
So glad I captured this picture.
Our friends John and Karen – from Missouri.
Our son Jeff’s 1946 Chevy. Gloria is enjoying the passenger seat.
Our grandson Nathan is driving a truck that Jeff built. If I remember correctly he put two trucks together and designed the stainless steel bed. Nate did the fabricating.
Randy Shelly is driving this rig.
Enjoy a few of the 190 trucks that entered the fairgrounds.
Our grandson in-law, Nathaniel.
You will see this in a later post, because I caught him enjoying his Sunday morning coffee in the campgrounds.
I love watching the Lanita trucks arriving from the north. Their base is Mount Aetna.
Oh, I like this!
If you enjoy seeing trucks, I just posted a lot more on my Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/doris.j.high?ref=tn_tnmn
More tomorrow night.