Larry & Lee Ann's Journey travel blog

The car show has lots more going on than just the cars,...

The kids are having a ball...

There were jumpy boats....

And tigers...

And rock climbing 'thingy's...

They were tethered of course...

A wide variety to look at this year...

Like a 1951 Henry J & trailer....

Don't you just love red????

I love Chevrolet's....

Love the whitewalls....

Too funny!

This is a beauty...

1929 Ford Model A...

Love the trunk on the back...

My honey is having a great time checking things out...

This 1963 Nova with trailer is pretty neat...

Especially the trailer part!

The skirts on this one practically cover the entire tire...

This 1956 Crown Victoria was our favorite and came in second place...

Wish you could have seen it in person, it was immaculate!

Last shot, love the chevron pattern upholstery and check out the side...

This 1948 Plymouth street rod had a nice paint job...

And this 1986 Chevy truck was unbelievable, check out the hole in...

Guess this blower has to go somewhere...

This 1934 Ford coupe was pretty cool!

Larry & Dick liked this Chevy...

SWEET!

Okay, one last shot of our favorite, thanks for the pic Dick!

We made a quick stop into the Chamber of Commerce to check...

I took a picture of a picture they had hanging on the...

At the 'V'...

Larry met a new friend, appropriately named Larry!

Of course this is his 'best buddy'....

Hang on tight baby!

Dick stopped to help me with this 'lover' but took a pic...


This post will be short on words and long on pictures. We had a great time at the car show and really enjoyed checking out new entries not seen before this year. Many of the same participants are here each year, but this time there were plenty of new 'rides' on the voting ballot. It was a beautiful day and attendance was good.

As soon as the trophies were awarded we headed over to the VFW for Larry & Dick's 'reunion' with the Long Island Iced Tea 'gang'. Lou & I don't usually go but it's a good thing we went this year! They both ordered a glass of long island iced tea and were doing just fine until their buddies ordered them a pitcher. By the time the two of them had sucked that puppy down they were feeling NO pain. Oh my, they were quite jovial to say the least! They had a great time and Lou & I were definitely the designated driver's home. I thought once Larry went to sleep he would be down for the count, but he wasn't. A few hours later we made it down for the street dance, but more on that later. Enjoy the pics!



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