Richland Creek Antique Power Association
5th Annual Antique Engine/Tractor Show
and Pull - Weekend of Nov. 3, 2000 - Saluda, SC

Civil War Girl.jpgWe hadn't had any rain to speak of in five or six weeks, so of course on the Saturday of this pull, it rained.  Not a downpour, but just enough to be aggravating and really shorten the pull distances.  Farmalls and Olivers were very well-represented, which surprised us, because we were in the heart of John Deere country.  The rain began as a light mist around 4:00 p.m., but didn't really interfere with things until about two hours later.  Everyone had a great time, though, as usual.  For getting around to all the exhibits, the Cub Cadet people hauler was a big hit, as was Jessie & Jamie Davis' Gator.

Unconcerned by the noise of the pull just over the hill, this child of a Civil War re-enactor enjoyed some quality fishing time on Saturday afternoon.

In addition to the pull, this weekend event featured antique engines, cars & trucks; a steam tractor; threshing machine; craft booths; wagon rides; planer; old-fashioned Sunday services; saw mill; kids pedal tractor race; hay baler; slow tractor race; shingle mill; border collie dog demonstration; Civil War battle re-enactment; and camping (hookups available).


Scenes from the Richland Creek Antique Power Ass'n
Antique Tractor Pull          Nov. 4, 2000
Oxen.jpg
Minneapolis Moline.jpg
 Synchronized bovines
Minneapolis Moline
Sybil Berry's '38 F12.jpg
Sybil Berry's 1938 Farmall model F-12
Campsite of the battle re-enactors
Jessie & 450.jpg
'34 Unstyled JD G.jpg
Jessie Davis on his Farmall 450
John Fay Berry's 1934 Unstyled JD Model G
People Hauler.jpg
Judy Rogers Farmall 400.jpg
Carey giving Papa and Ryan a ride (before heading out to Richland Creek) on the Cadet Coach (Couch?)   ;-)
Judy Rogers on her friend Maxie's
 powerful Farmall 400.  The fellow at left had a slick Farmall Super M.




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