Our visitors numbered only 7, and they came from Maynardsville TN, Vinita and Commerce OK, Nixa MO, and Stayton OR. The gentleman from Commerce, OK brought some of his woodworking projects in which he incorporated a Route 66 shield. I kept one of them and told him I'd put it on display and see if I could take orders for him. I somehow doubt it will be popular however, because it's quite large and not the sort of thing that people on the road want to tote in their luggage.
Today, I agreed to be an official stop for a large motorcycle poker run this Saturday with potentially 100+ bikes, sponsored by Route 66 Vintage Iron Museum in Miami. We love to participate in poker runs, so it should be lots of fun. . . and busy!
And of course, there's also the concert by the Road Crew this Sunday at 2 p.m. Anyone nearby is invited to come. It's free, and popcorn from our big vintage popcorn machine will be served. There won't be any chairs however, so if you want to sit, you must bring your own. The concert will only last for about an hour and will be extremely informal. I've never heard Joe Loesch and his group in person, but we have the CD they made recently and it's very, very good. So come on over!!
Your germs look like they're having quite a party there! :)
Maybe the guy with the woodworking could agree to package it up and ship it. We do that once in a while with large objects that we don't want to cram in the suitcase or try to carry on the plane.
Feel better--you've got a few days to kick this so you're 100% for the weekend! Hugs, Beth
Cool to be a poker run stop, hope it is a great weekend.
Ron'll need to start putting tattoos on the INSIDE soon! He's running out of room!
I would like to go on a few organized rides someday. For now I'm a "Lone Wolf".
See you Sunday Laurel! Can't wait to meet you face to face, but not close enough to catch that cold. Hope you're both feeling good?
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