Central PA Vintage Iron Club
13th Annual Fall Festival
The Lucky Afternoon Band had a GREAT time and met a lot of nice people!

Many came for the second show too!
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Stick hit a wrong bass note and had to be punished by cleaning the pig pen between shows!!

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On the way to the beautiful "West End"

When we first arrived, we were greeted by the "Official CPVIC MC" Ralph Miller!

Ralph kicked off the opening ceremony...

...with help from the "Children of the American Revolution"
"Regina Hartman Society"
The ladies did a GREAT Job

Setting up on the beautiful West End stage!

Hey, we're hungry... let's get some food...!!

The folks we met....

...were all smiling and SO friendly!

Always great hospitality from CPVIC

Hahaha...The dancing, naked chicken!!!

The "Soup Lady" taking a break

Why were the fries so good??

Because of this nice couple!

Lots of places to sit and enjoy great food!

Ice Cream makers??

Yes!  We all scream for ice cream!

The nice folks who served the fantastic ice cream!

A tractor parade

Tractors driven by all ages!

Who are these guys in the parade?

A special shout out to the Kratzerville Boy Scout Troop

So which one is which?

Tractor rides too!

A proud competitor Don with his John Deere!

The competition

Our buddy "Shorty" with his beautiful model train display!!

The Rishel ladies!

These logs get turned into...

...pieces of carved art!

If you love tractors, this is where you want to be!

Looks like a tractor pull scheduled for tonight

The weigh-in...

and we're off...!!!

And so are we

Dave embarrassing a young lady...

...and Stick having fun with "Jumpin' Randall"

And there it is...

Dancing at the bleachers...

...and dancing ON the bleachers!!!

THANK YOU for all the help Dulcie and Glen "Buddha"
(Love you guys!)
Thank You again CPVIC committee for choosing the Lucky Afternoon Band to play for your fall show and thank you for the people who came out to see us!

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https://www.facebook.com/#!/cpvic 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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