Here's a tiny bit of irony . . . but at least I caught your attention.
This was the ONLY pink/cute item at this
Love it . . . .
The Puget Sound Antique Tractor and Machinery Association
held this annual event at Berthusen Park in Lynden
August 4 - 7. (Sorry this post is late.)
There was a lot of farm pride and American spirit--joined by
Canadian spirit--at this competition/show.
The love these folks have for
their machines is
fun to see!
The range of tractor types was really astonishing . . .
the braun of these iron beasts was
impressive, as well as their
American farming has taken quite a beating in the past twenty years,
and it's so sad to see how many farms just can't make it,
despite having been around for generations.
This event was an ode to those great
families. Please continue to
support your local
It's hard to convey in photographs, but the massive
architecture and power of these treasures-
of-the-past are really breath-
While being transported to another time, it was clear
how very connected to the present these
mechanical marvels are . . . .
Hope you enjoyed this antique tractor feast in Lynden, Washington.
The upcoming Lynden Craft & Antiques Show is right
around the corner . . . a different feast awaits
your viewing enjoyment. More
to come--stay tuned!!