The next for me and bother Horses Ass, Steve Brooks, was Ponca City.   We started right out wandering around down town and missing fello Horses Ass, Chuck Gill.  We found a reminder of good old Chuck.

Ok, Ok, Ok, nobody wants to see a funeral home but it could have been Chuck owned it and was not in there.

We go to Ponca City, Ok. to see Brian Brooks, fellow Horses Ass and to do a little Draggin of the Fabulous Grand.  That be Ponca City Main Street.

The Horses Asses got set up right in the middle of all the action and commenced to entertain all. Or at least we thought we were entertaining.

Brother, found him a new sole mate.  She is not trying to reach brother, he is already in the back seat and she ain't likin it!!!!!


Typical Limo in Oklahoma.  Nope, Jessica, this guy will not satisfiy the requirements of my application to date my daughter. TOO BAD?

I gottts a few more coming, Trophys and some class!

These guys are known for their trophies and now you can see why!  The Mercury was denied a trophy again.  But keep watchin and you see will it landed face up in class.

That there is the MARLAN MANSION, and I placed the Mercury out front to spruce it up.  The Mansion not the Mercury.


Drove around town and found this old elevator and then took the above road home.  Not true but sure looked like a good road.  Other Horses Asses would be gamblin.


Grainfield, Kansas has a show of up to abot 30 to 40 cars.  It started off good then the weather went away.

Most people and cars scattered towards home, but a few of us found this gargage and a hospitable set of owners for a few hours.

2016 Lamar Days

May 22, 2016

Ron Cook organizes a good show each year during Larmar Days, Colorado.  This year he had a lot of different cars and many, many many towns folk going through the show.  Take a look.

I recognize Kenny Snow and Jack Arnold.  Oh, Dan Doporn is seated with his back to you, or at least that is what Ron called him when he presented his trophy. Rick and Bonnie Morgan of Eads, Colorado were in attendance. Bonnie and Rick Morgan collecting a trophy.
One of the reasons (along with Bonnie's beauty) that Rick and Bonnie always get a Trophy. Norman Parker's 1957 Mercury from Dighton, Kansas, was there.

Smoken Joe's, a tow truck from Aurora, Colorado won everthing but my girlfriend's heart, and she is waivering.  Yup, I took a picture of the whole truck but someone must have bumped my camera.  Can't be my fault!  

I learned that there was and still is a  bulding built of Petrified Wood in Lamar in 1933.  I found the building and took a few pictures.  I bet you have driven by it several times without notice. 

Obviously, I could not get a good picture, but I took a picture of a picture.

Don't know if it is possible, but maybe the owner of this building would agree to let the building be used as a picture background during next year's run.  I am good at making more work for others.

While searching for the above I noticed a sign of significance in a local LOVE'S store.  Yes, Bonnie and Beth, I know that is a URINAL in the Men's Bathroom.  Don't worry, I made sure it was flushed before I used it.

A little further down the road is an iconic building having great meaning in The Horses Asses history. Let me know if it is remebered.  What was the name of the establishment. A few hints: will not serve you anymore, banging your elbow on the table does not help, thrown on the front of a bus, parole officer jacket, step up (literally) to the toilet.  What a nice place.

The weather on the way home was, as always, threatening.  How about a couple pictures out the window, at 60 - 65 mph south of Scott City.

I will quit and will let you go about your business if you answer my qeustions.  Remember there are shows at Grainfield on May 29, 2016 and Tribune on June 4, 2016. 


Mar 13, 2016

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