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Tractor Parade


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.

Comments

Daisy said…
Great pictures, Brenda. Looks like it was a nice day for a parade and everyone looks like they are having a fun time! :)
Betsy Adams said…
What a great parade, Brenda. There were tractors of all sizes/kinds/shapes.. How neat is that!!!!! Love it.

I love Autumn--and all of the Fall Festivals and Parades this time of year.

Hugs,
Betsy
Hayesville has such a pretty square with the courthouse as an anchor. Looks like a great time was had by all.
Sam
lil red hen said…
The farmer would love to attend a parade where old tractors were on display! I can imagine how much fun everyone had.
You always show us the most unusual things, Brenda! I thoroughly enjoyed the tractor parade.
janet smart said…
I love tractors, except maybe when we get behind them on the road - which happens a lot around here. It looks like a really fun event.
TexWisGirl said…
anyone who has ever had time on a farm - whether living there, working, or visiting - i think, has a romantic pull for an old tractor. :)
magnoliasntea said…
I love a town that is still country enough to enjoy the important things in life. To me tractors mean food on the table as do the animals. Loved see the photos. Hope you are enjoying this wonderful fall season.
Have a great week!
Glenda Beall said…
Brenda, you captured this parade and fun day at Hayesville so well. Your pictures are excellent and we get the flavor of the day from your photo essay. Thanks for sharing them.
HOOTIN ANNI said…
How fun!!!
And a pair of bib overalls...they always look so comfortable and unconfined!!
Great pictures and what fun it looked to be!
Susie Swanson said…
What a fun place to be and such a great parade. I need to come see it one year. Sorry I haven't been around lately but still waiting to get this surgery over with so I can feel like a human again. Thanks for the card ad your prayers. Tell your mother I said hello. Susie!!

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