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Fall Cruise and Bonfire – October 2014

Fall Cruise and Bonfire – October 2014

 

The day started out with an MV convoy to Sweetland Orchard for apples, cider tasting and tour.

The day started with an MV convoy to Sweetland Orchard for apples, cider tasting and tour.

The weather was a bit chilly for driving. Parkas were necessary.
The weather was a bit chilly for driving. Parkas were necessary.
After stopping for lunch, the next stop was Barten's Family Pumpkin Farm.
After stopping for lunch, the next stop was Barten’s Family Pumpkin Farm.

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The kids at Barten's Family Pumpkin Farm were more than willing to take a ride in the trucks.
The kids at Barten’s Family Pumpkin Farm were more than willing to take a ride in the trucks.

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The Barten family gave us permission to go ahead and smash any pumpkins left in the fields. Look closely in the photo on the right, John is driving the Diamond T with a load of kids smashing pumpkins.
The Barten family gave us permission to go ahead and smash any pumpkins left in the fields. Look closely in the photo on the right, John is driving the Diamond T with a load of kids smashing pumpkins.
Stopping for a group photo before leaving. Thanks to the Barten Family for joining in our fun!
Stopping for a group photo before leaving. Thanks to the Barten Family for joining in our fun!
Back to the Bizal's homestead to warm up with a bowl of chili!
Back to the Bizal’s homestead to warm up with a bowl of chili!
Back to Bizal's for some off-road truck fun.
And for some off-road truck fun!
Gary got a lesson in driving the Carrier. Nice smile!
Gary got a lesson in driving the Carrier. Nice smile!

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The bonfire lights up the night.
The bonfire lights up the night.

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Great ending to a fun day with friends and trucks. Thanks to Paul Sanders for taking the great photos.
Great ending to a fun day with friends and trucks. Thanks to Paul Sanders for taking the great photos.
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