The truck show conflicts with the bluegrass music festival I usually go to. The music festival has been canceled so I'm planning on going to Winchester - but still need to register for camping. I plan on arriving Friday mid-day sometime. Given the special circumstances this year, what do you recommend for the basics: like coffee in the morning and consumables during the day? I plan on bringing a stove and supplies to make coffee and food, but want to follow protocol and don't want to be inconsiderate. I can bring as much of whatever is desired - within reason; no kegs of beer!
41 3/4 Ton Pick Up (in process) 55 Grumman Kurbside (Doughboy) 235/3 on tree w/ OD 57 3100 58 C4400 Viking (Thor) 59 C4500 Short Bus (Magic Bus) 59 G3800 1 Ton Dually (Chief)
hello Bill, attended Middletown va car show last Sunday, they close main street from 10:00 to 3:00, great show. The normal is 200 cars and trucks, I was told over 300 vehicles. Plenty of stovebolts and one big bolt. If this any indication what Tr iState will look like , It will be huge. Tri State is encouraging early registration so they can prepare accordingly. Pat66
Billy, I look forward to camping with you fine Stove Bolters again this year. I will have my Antique Chevy Camper and my Truck there. My friend Seab is cruising in my Camper again and we look forward to seeing everyone there ! Hitting the trail on Thursday morning.
I just cancelled my KC Reunion reservations. Now I have to pay shipping! Had to cancel my Homecoming reservations earlier. Tom and I went to the Somerset, KY car/truck show in July. Almost 900 vehicles. Social distancing and masks were in effect. We have reservations for Winchester. Coming from Michigan. The draw for us are the friends we made at Grigg's ODSS Homecoming. I enjoy reading all those posts and actually know who you are. You are a great resource when I need some novice and not so novice expert advice. We hope to see you there.