Larry & Lee Ann's Journey travel blog

A nice '55 Crown Victoria, love the color, only 840 painted regency...

And the dice, lol!

Dick & Lou checking things out...

Check out the dog, too funny...

I love the Chevy's...

Pleasant Valley Sunday...

The crowd stops by to listen and enjoy...

We sat & enjoyed our lunch, just finished pulled pork sandwich here...

Time to move on, love this bumper girls!

Interesting, unique trophies...

Nice 1940 modified Ford pickup...

Time to walk off my lunch, nice park next door...

It's a beautiful day for the kids to play outdoors...

Custer has a very nice visitor's center...

You can see the park in the background, with all of the...

There's a volleyball tournament going on behind the Visitor Center...

And a nice statue of General George Custer on the side...

There's even a Heartbreak Hotel!

You may have noticed this Horseless Carriage in the parade post...

Red seems to be a popular color...

Nice van conversion for short trips...

Dick & Larry enjoying themselves...

Terry & Lou were there too!

Check out this 'customized' 1952 International truck...

Intersting storage pockets on the roof, it was in the Class of...

Love the color, lemondrop???

Dick & the ladies, Dawn, Chris & Rose...

Heading back to the truck, one of the many neat bison around...

Steve, playing downtown for a few bucks, he can play that harmonica!

A couple of hours later we joined some friends at the V...

A great pic of Wendell...

And pretty Janet too...

Back home that evening Larry took this pic in the back of...


Today's post continues on with our day spent at Gold Discovery Day's. After packing up our chairs we headed down the block to the car show. It was a bit warm as the day progressed but the sun kept moving in & out of the clouds making it fairly nice at least a portion of the time. There was a large turnout once again which was exciting to see as it's been pretty slow here in town so far this summer. I guess the economy has hurt many families and this whole area does not have the normal amount of traffic for this time of year. There were many really nice vehicles on show. We're so impressed with the amount of time & effort involved in making them so. They certainly deserve to win a trophy. And they give out some interesting one's! All handmade I think, you be the judge as you look at the photo of them.

Our buddies, Pleasant Valley Sunday, played all afternoon. We pulled up a chair and enjoyed our lunch while listening to them. Afterward I took a walk to the adjoining park & enjoyed watching the kids on the many 'jump thingy's'. They love them! There was also a volleyball tournament going on so we watched that for a bit. Too strenuous for us these days, you have to be a young pup to join in I think, lol....

A couple of hours later we headed home to give Onyx a walk before joining a group of friends at the VFW for a bit. Our circle of 'local' friends is growing each and every year and we love it. There are so many NICE people living here in Custer. One of the many perks of small town living I suppose. In any case, they all certainly make our summers here very enjoyable and we really appreciate their welcoming attitudes. Beautiful scenery, great weather and good friends. What more could we ask for??? Maybe a few of our family members visiting? Hint, hint, hint...



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