I wish I could have made it for the banquet dinner, etc. It sounds like some very good times were had. Mow ins are as much about the people as the tractors.Oh, no doubt John. We have to see if we can keep the "neighborhood" we had intact. Al, Ron, yourself. Most importantly Miss Lindey, though. Sorry guys, but if Lindey's there it's like having an angel watching over you. We were eating homemade cookies, brownies(incredible, were those little marshmellows in them?), cold sodas, custom made sandwiches with your choice of cheese. Serious, choice of cheese type!!!!! Made sure our tables were covered with nice paper, that we had chairs and even had writing material. We went from eating peel your own peanuts, sitting on 5 gallon buckets and writing with a stick in the dirt to living, eating and drinking merry the whole time. You were so nice to us, thanks so much Lindey :howdy::thanku:
Also like thank Ron, Bob and the whole of GTCOA for all the help and support they supplied. What a topnotch organization. Just a great group of folks.
And can't forget that special group of ladies that worked the registration area. We had a LOT of laughs!!! They really knew the meaning of having fun. And talk about a run of luck at the club banquet with the door prizes. I never did find out what they had in those cups though. Wasn't the same color as the ice tea and lemonade as everyone else was drinking :sidelaugh Thanks ladies, I'll bring the ice next time too :fing32:
And from what I saw on Friday, the ladies were stoic, holding down the fort so that the rest of us could revel in tractors, and catching up with each other. I took special note of Lindey, who it seemed, was always running back and forth between the Gravely Club booth, and Ron's. And busy at both! I hope that whatever was in their cups was "extra good"! They certainly deserved it.:fing32: