LOOK: Georgeous Day 2 of the Great Iowa Tractor Ride

It was off to the East for Day #2 of the 23rd WHO Radio Great Iowa Tractor Ride:

What a beautiful and unique mural of the then and now, and one thing that is definatly true of Tractor Ride is there is a lot of unique:

The lunch stop today was undeniably perfect, the 1880:

It really is a step back in time, a hidden gem, complete with an old-fashioned blacksmith shop:

It was a hot place to say the least but they had a solution under this square cut out of the floor:

It's nice and cool 5 feet underground, so they buried a pipe for their...uhhhh...beverages:

Of course, all of this history has Andy hard at work trying to pass it on to everyone:

While Kat and the folks from The Machine Shed were keeping everyone fed with a scrumptious meal:

The uniqueness of the 1880 Carstens Memorial Farmstead make it the perfect fit because Tractor Ride features several unique tractors:

Then it was back to Westfair Ampitheatre for some great local music from the very talented Pony Creek:

To go along with the mouth-watering grilled pork tenderloin sandwhiches from Mike Dorman and our friends at Graham Tire:

It's hard to believe Tractor Ride wraps up this morning yet there have been so many wonderful memories made and relationships formed. Thank you for making it such a wonderful day!

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