What a great place to hold a tractor show! The Christmas in July Tractor Show was held at the North River Farms in Mills River, North Carolina. Tractors for Tots really did a great job at this show with lots of things to see and do.
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Photos from the Christmas in July Tractor Show
Folkmoot Parade of Nations
Another weekend, another parade. It seems like there is something happening almost every weekend in downtown Waynesville during the Summer. This Saturday morning we were treated to the Folkmoot Parade of Nations.
Road Trip: Mingus Mill
Built in 1886, Mingus Mill was the largest gristmill in the Smokies. It still operates today and we picked up a sack of whole wheat flour and cornmeal as souvenirs.
Photos from the Mountaineer Antique Auto Show
We took a drive to the WNC Ag Center for the 2018 Mountaineer Antique Auto Show. It's a nice little show with a car corral and swap meet. The grounds were a bit tore up this year as the Ag Center was in the middle of repaving. Still, we enjoyed walking around the cars and vendor tables.
Waynesville Fourth of July Children's Parade
Living in a small town has its perks. There is always something going on downtown. This morning we walked downtown to enjoy the youngsters parading down Main Street for the annual July 4th Children's Parade. The kids all seemed to be having fun and it was great to get out and be with our neighbors.
Photos from Chihuly at Biltmore Estate
A bonus for us this year with our season passes to Biltmore Estate is the Chihuly Glass artwork that is displayed throughout the estate grounds. Colorful pieces combine with the beauty of the flowers and plants to create a wonderful experience.
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