Posts tagged car shows
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Today is part 2 of the Santa Cruise-In car show, held at the Stayton Fire Department on Saturday (see also: part 1). I will be posting one more part tomorrow, so come back for more cars and stuff.
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Here’s part 1 of the photos from the Santa Cruise-In car show held at the Stayton Fire Department on Saturday. I took a lot of photos, so this is stretch out for a few days.
Click on each thumbnail below to see it larger. There are a lot of cars, a Santa Claus, and more cars. Come back tomorrow to see even more.
Return visitors know I’ve been posting photos from the Santiam SummerFest, which was held a week ago Saturday, for over a week (with one exception). But today we have the final day of photos (see also: car show part 1, 3-on-3 basketball, animals, people, bed races, Brown House, and stuff) from the event, which is a relief. I had to go through 1140 photos from that day, which is why I spread it out so much. But this is the end of all things SummerFest, until next year.
This is, of course, part 2 of the car show. There were so many pretty cars, and I didn’t get to nearly enough of them. I tried my best, though.
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Yesterday was the annual Santiam SummerFest, held in downtown Stayton. I went and photographed every darned thing I could (though I know I missed some things), and will be bringing various aspects of the festival to you over the next handful of days.
Today is part 1 of the car show, held at Pioneer Park (I’ll be posting part 2 later in the week). The lovely lady in some of the photos is singer Tracy Reynolds, who has appeared on here in the past. She sang a beautiful rendition of the Star Spangled Banner, which I tried to record with my little video camera. I say “tried” because I noticed later I didn’t have a memory card in it. I’m a dork.
I took a lot of car photos, but barely scratched the surface of what was available to see and drool over. Click on the thumbnails below to see each bigger versions of each photo.
Tomorrow I’ll post more from the SummerFest. I haven’t decided what yet, but it will be something or other. That I guarantee.
I attended the Stro’s Wednesday Nite Cruise-In car show (they’re held twice a month during the summer) last night at A&W Restaurant. I could have sworn I didn’t take very many photos, but I ended up with about 65 I wanted to post. So, once again, I’m spreading out the photos over today and tomorrow. So come back again to see more pretty cars.
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Yesterday was the Father’s Day car show at Marion Estates in nearby Sublimity. As you can see above, more than just cars were at the event — Elvis was there, singing and showing off the cars. Seriously, does it get better than that?
Today, I’m posting photos of the cars, and tomorrow I’ll post other stuff — a young dance troupe, bake sale, more Elvis, etc.
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As mentioned yesterday, here’s part two of the photos from the Stro’s Wednesday Nite Cruise-In, held at the A&W Restaurant on Washington St. a few evenings ago.
The car above is a heavily adapted 1951 Nash Super Statesman Airflyte. I know this because a kind soul over on Google+ pointed me to an article which talks about the car. The car really quite trippy and awesome.
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Wednesday night was the first Stro’s Wednesday Nite Cruise-In classic car show of the summer, held at A&W Restaurant on Washington St. The car shows are held twice a month through September.
Below is a gallery of part of the photos I took — click on each thumbnail to see them larger. There are a bunch more photos not included here (including an appearance by none other than the A&W Root Beer Bear), so I’ll be posting more tomorrow.