The town of Duncan was having their first car show of the year. Our friends Lynn and Keith had mentioned it last week, so Chuck and I decided to go and check it out.
We didn't got on the road until about 5, and I think Ginger the Harley is glad to be out enjoying this weather too. We grabbed a quick dinner as we rolled through Chickasha. I text Lynn as we got close to Duncan to see where we would meet up with them. According to her directions, we weren't sure where we were going, but I googled the tire company she referenced to and knew exactly where to tell Chuck to go....LOL
As we pulled up to the area, Lynn & Keith and their dog Bella were standing by the road blocks, moving them for us to park by them. What a plan. Of course Chuck had to give Lynn a hard time about her directions. ;)
The place was hopping with cars, bikes, and people. They were doing burn outs in an area. The noise from burning tires and car engines was making Miss Bella a very nervous doggie. Poor little girl.
We walk over to Main Street and watch some of the cars that are cruising it. It cost them $10 to get this privilege. There a lot of beautiful cars parked for everyone to see. Our friends Larry and Carla had their 55 Chevy truck parked for all to see. Sure brought back memories of my childhood. My dad always had one of those type trucks in the garage and it was our "winter" project. Loved being a tomboy with my dad!
|Some of the "bling" I got :)|
Lynn wanted me to see this cute store called Prairie Rose. OMG, you aren't going to believe it, but they are open. A car show and retail therapy all in one swift getaway. Doesn't get much better than this.
Of course I came out with a bag of stuff. Imagine that. I love coming to the small towns and shopping. What a catch! By the way, let it be known that they had Easter eggs filled with discounts, and I got an extra 25% off my purchase. Big, big smile. ;))
Carla shows up and we had to go back in the store....oh my..twist my arm. We oohed and aah ed a little bit more, but came out empty handed this time.
Almost 9pm and it's time for us to start back towards Yukon. What a fun evening, just wish it could have lasted longer. Now we know how our Duncan friends feel on Friday night when they have to leave and make the hour and a half ride back to their home.
We say your goodbyes, and hit the rode. It's around 10:30 by the time we make it back to Yukon. Nice and different FNDR for us. Hopefully the weather is going to start cooperating, and there will be a lot more riding in the future.
Happy Easter to everyone :)