Leaving the Fairgrounds on Parade

Saturday, June 22 – 11:00 a.m.

1 (1)After choosing a shady spot along the parade route, I caught a glimpse of the fairgrounds in the distance.

1 (2)As you can see – behind the children’s activities – the area is still full of trucks.

1 (3)The empty area inside the protective fence is for the mechanical bull which arrived shortly after I took this picture.

1 (4)The newest chapel led the parade of trucks.

Next week at this time we will be on the road with this rig – traveling toward Alberta, Canada – to deliver the chapel to Roadking Travel Centre, 4949 Barlow Trail, Calgary.

1 (5)When trying to decide which trucks to post tonight, I choose those that had banners on their bumpers.

1 (6)These are provided by the Truck Rally committee.

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4 (4)  I think this is a privately owned banner as it doesn’t look like one of ours.

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4 (6)The end?

4 (7)Not quite…the pickup truck was followed by Chaplain Jim and Cindy Smalley.

There are many more pictures of trucks leaving the grounds for the eight-mile drive through beautiful Lebanon County countryside.

It you wish to see them, go to my Facebook page where I just posted 186 more photos. https://www.facebook.com/photos/publish/tag/?owner_id=612697321&album_fbid=10151482755982322&qn=7&app_id=0&num_uploaded_photos=186#!/doris.j.high

5Our son Jere and grandson Jesse were just below me on the golf cart. I have a feeling they were checking up on me. 🙂 Or maybe Jere was just showing Jesse were I was standing.

A short time later they headed my way – to take me to the next spot where I would be taking pictures of the trucks return. I sure appreciated that, because it would have been a long walk.

Come back to see those pictures tomorrow night.

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