Monday, October 6, 2014
Fall was in the air on the historic Hayesville, NC townsquare on Saturday, September 27, 2014 for the eighth annual Tractor Parade.
Mrs. Linda Davis wore her overalls and dressed up for the fall festival and Tractor Parade.
This little girl is enjoying "driving" the tractor on the old courthouse lawn.
Children had fun climbing the tower of hay and jumping in the toe sack race.
This little boy loves to pet the pony.
Mr. Billy Goat let everyone know he was at the Tractor Parade with his bleating.
Mr. Jimmy Anderson rides his bright red tractor in the parade.
Mr. Bill Cody drives this tractor with his family riding on the float.
Mr. Rogers drives his older model tractor.
Melvin Cantrell and his dog are enjoying the Tractor Parade.
Rev. Davenport participates in the Tractor Parade.
Mr. Lowe with the Lowe's Body Shop takes part in the Tractor Parade each year.
It was a clear day with the beautiful mountains forming a backdrop on the Hayesville townsquare.
This tractor captured the patriotic spirit in the Tractor Parade with the historical courthouse towering in the background. It was a great day for a parade.
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