Saturday, August 19
More trucks driving by my chair next to the chapel.
I’d like to dash around on this. 🙂
I spent a lot of time talking with this woman while the men brought visitors through the chapel.
We also had a lot of visitors on the outside. People who just wanted to visit and take a break from walking.
Cerwin enjoys visiting with Merv and his children. Merv is the one who did a fabulous job of painting this chapel.
Dan and Danielle (from the TFC office) stopped in to get some photos.
She represents TFC on Instagram.
We went to talk with this couple and their little boy, just to examine their unique wagon.
He said when they learned they were expecting this little guy, they wanted something other than a stroller to go to truck shows.
They explained how almost everything was made from scraps and leftover parts.
They chose this handlebar (wrench) because Williams is their last name.
I was looking from some creative photography, without a lot of walking, so tried to find chapel reflections in truck bumpers and chrome.
Our son-in-law Roy was test-driving a car that he was working on for a friend and stopped in to see us. Katie (above) was with them for the weekend and came along. The car is for her brother.
A few of our last visitors.
We moved the chapel out by 4:00 pm (as do all vendors) to make room for the evening truck pull parking.
We had a good day.