The NSRA Mid America Street Rod Nats were last weekend. I always look forward to the event, as it brings several of my friends to town, and I get to catch up with them. Dad and my step-mom drove down in his ’34 sedan, and it’s always cool to get to hang out with them, too.
I caught this photo coming down the hill towards where we normally park. My stake truck, out on point, Larry and Pat Gereau’s Model A Sedan, Don Albers’ ’40 Pickup, and Dickie and Barb Carroll’s ’38 Deluxe convertible.
No NSRA MidAm Nats seems to be complete unless it rains! This time, it was on Sunday morning. The sun was out and shiney, and I had the windows down. While I was in the worship service, I heard the rain coming down on the roof of the arena, and had to leave before Jim Rowlett finished the message, but made it down to get the windows up before the truck filled with water!
Monday, after the event, I ran down to Doug’s shop, and we did some adjusting to the rear end alignment, to try and help some apparent driveline vibration. Of course, with any adjustment, you have to go out and road test!
The FUN is in the RUN!!!