|Trip to the North Central Zone Meet|
Rapid City, South Dekota * August 29,30 & 31
Pictures Courtesy of Fred & Erika Ball and Clayton Studebaker
Friday afternoon trip to a wonderful car museum
This Packard took a flying leap into the side of the building
Part of the Packard on the inside of the museum
This sculpture was made from old bumpers.
Friday evening trip to Fort Hays, a Cowboy Dinner Theater
It is the set of the movie "Dances with Wolfs"
The Cowboys (and girl) put on a great show after dinner
Lining up Saturday morning for a driving tour to Deadwood, SD
I hope my '63 Wagonaire will look this good some day
A stop along the way * waiting for all to catch up.
Can you see our Van?
A stop at Boondocks * This place is great for Studebaker People
It had lots of memorabilia and 6 or 8 Studebakers on display
What a great golf cart.
This is Boondocks
Some of the old buildings.
This old Chevy truck is delivering a load of Coke.
The '35 looks right at home.
A row of good looking Studebakers at Boondocks
The car show had lots of wonderful Studebakers
This Convertible and Teardrop trailer belong to Jack & Bernie Harris
It's getting a little overcast, but the temperature was close to 100
Do you remember getting your milk delivered to your front door every morning?
A beautiful street rod owned by Jim Neuzil
A nice '35 and a '51 under construction.
One of the stops on the way to the Mount Rushmore Lighting Ceremony was "Crazy Horse"
Here are Gale & Linda checking out the progress (or lack thereof)
Fred & Erika had a good time
The Lighting Ceremony was very inspirational and patriotic
Sunday afternoon we made a trip to Bear Country
All the animals roam freely, so keep your windows shut
Lots of bears
This one is looking for his dinner
Richard Dormois (SDC Vice President)is serving Erika some coffee
This was our table at the awards banquet Sunday evening
The next morning we left bright and early for our trip home
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