Mayville is one of our favorite communities. Young friends of ours, Troy and Amanda, live there so seeing them is always a bonus when we attend Audubon Days, the first weekend in October. This year was the 25th year Mayville has hosted its fall festival and we’ve been there for maybe five of those years. One of the Saturday events is a classic car show and Rick was there with his ’64 Chevy panel truck.
|One of the pretty show cars.|
|And another one.|
|Rick's truck. Most of the cars had hoods raised. Guys like to|
show off their "prowess."
|The youngsters on the float were straight out of the TV show.|
|Parade watchers ready to get the candy.|
|One of several viewers who gave the truck|
a thumbs up.
|The parade police had a good time, too.|
|Mayville's mayor rode in this beauty in the parade.|
|And here we are in the parade, the '64 Chevy Panel Truck in its glory - photo courtesy of Bridget Brown.|
|The hosts of the fundraiser live here.|
|We stayed at Ledge Park between Horicon and Mayville|
once again. While fall colors haven't hit their peak, it was
a beautiful weekend.
Even though the weekend was a bit cool, it was a great time to be wandering. It looks like Indian summer is just around the corner and we are looking forward to a couple more camping trips before the season ends.