A few weeks of snow and ice and a little cabin fever has started to set in. Christmas activities have been postponed or cancelled the past couple of weeks. The Winslow Christmas Parade was rescheduled for tomorrow, which I like that it is closer to Christmas. I only hope the rains hold off for it now.
Tonight I am remembering an idyllic summer morning in September. I was invited by the Lamey’s to ride along on the 6th Annual Antique Tractor Drive and take some pictures. I rode on a tram car with some other fine folks out enjoying the blue sky and rumbling of tractors. It was such a peaceful morning wandering through the countryside of Pike County. Each year with the help of Pike Central’s Art Department they put together a dvd with the history of the area we are driving through.
Ordering information is in this blogpost: https://indianastoryteller.wordpress.com/2013/09/15/2013-tractor-drive/
I only rode for half of the trip. We started in Hosmer or Glezen (whatever you prefer to call it), down through Littles, trailed around to Sugar Ridge, a little stretch up the highway then off of 1/2 Mile Hill, back to the Line Road, a drive thru at the nursing homes, and down around until we ended up at Hornady Park for lunch.
I would like to share my photos with you and maybe you can imagine the warm summer sun shining down on you this fine winter night.