Saturday, June 22 – 11:00 a.m.
After choosing a shady spot along the parade route, I caught a glimpse of the fairgrounds in the distance.
As you can see – behind the children’s activities – the area is still full of trucks.
The empty area inside the protective fence is for the mechanical bull which arrived shortly after I took this picture.
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.
When trying to decide which trucks to post tonight, I choose those that had banners on their bumpers.
These are provided by the Truck Rally committee.
I think this is a privately owned banner as it doesn’t look like one of ours.
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
Our 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.