The back of the T-Shirt has a drawing of Dave Fraser's '65
Raffle prizes start arriving
Dave in NH, Ken See and Dave Fraser check out Tim Holloway's stuff for sale
Dave Lundgren, Tim Holloway and Dan Shockley making deals. Welcome to New England, Dan.
Paul Mierop and Dave in NH (is that your REAL last name, Dave?)
Tim's parts- and camper-hauler. Nice job on the custom-made canvas, Tim.
Lou(?)on left and Joe(?)on right from CT are joined by Pete Fraser, Rob McCune and Fred Lantz in front of Paul Mierop's world-travelling Carryall.
Terry Kenney, Shawn Sullivan and Dick Aveyard pose in front of the '46 from Bozrah and Mark Duverger's Sweptline
Dennis Sherman, Mark Duverger and Mark's nephew Josh
Brent, Mike and Pete keep company with Woody the dog near the Ford '34 Model B
Mom (Didi) Fraser drives over in her classic '39 Ford Woody
Amelia and Claire Halloway sharing a laugh
Getting lined up for the Trail Ride
Jim(?) Covino gathering up the troops
Christine and Dave Fraser with Megan and Thomas with Stephanie and David Lindsey and their kids Connor and (?) (sorry, forgot the Lindsey daughter's name)
Pete McAndrew from Granby, CT gettng lined up. Pete and Ken See travelled 42 miles of back roads to Lee, MA
Terry Kenney and Shawn Sullivan, riding shotgun, are joined by Linda and Mike Doyon
Fred Lantz had his '50 (?) done just in time for the trip from Pittsfield to Lee
An elevated view before the trail ride
The Covino clan definitely knows how to travel in style.
"Some of the Lee townies came up to s..."
Paul and Kathy Cook from Texas ride in their 2005 Power Wagon behind Paul Mierop's Carryall
Mike Doyon is joined by Mathew and Louie (the dog) from Lee.
Ken See carries a crew that includes Mark Davis from NJ
Fred and Dick rounding onto the trail road
Mike, Mathew, Edward, Chris (holding Louie) and LinK
Don't let the faded paint fool you - this Covino truck is a BEAST
Max and Casey (the huskies) travel with Mike Doyon and Sam in the Duramax.
Amelia and Claire having a ball
The far hillside is where some ATV-ers waited to see the PWs play
Down the shallow slope into the gravel pit
Dave Fraser having a good time as trail leader
Did anyone remember to tell Mom where we were going today?
Ken's M37 makes the first trip down the steeper hill
Tim and Pete make the grade
The Covino truck tries a different track
The Fraser cousins model their new shirts
Even the newer Dodge landscaping work truck got in some fun
Mark Duverger's Sweptline climbs like a mule
Terry's '46 makes it down into the pit
"A proud Papa or did he just get kick..."
First attempt at a steep climb after the rebuild
Uh, minor problem - won't stay in 4WD
Rolled back down for Shawn to give it a try
Uh, still no go
How about this side? Yeah!
Mark, Josh, Terry and Frank See look on
Now the easier part?
Thanks, Dave, for a great day!
Found a little bit of mud
Trying to make a new path off the trail
Grass stuck in the Covino trail-blazing truck
Paul Cook's '05 doing fine
Trying some adjustments after the hill climb
Dick Aveyard's original One-Owner truck, purchased new in '64
"Now that's a nice truck! That is th..."
Custom-built all-purpose portable garage :-)
The overhead canopy helps during plowing, brush clearing, all types of work
Quite a plow frame!
Dick Aveyard also custom-built a replica Willy's model MB jeep, complete with Warn winch
Amelia gets a driving lesson from Dad Tim
Fred Lantz got finished with the transfer case on his '50 just in time for the rally
Beautiful job, Fred, bringing her back to glory
Very original way to advertise a PW Rally...
Paul Mierop's Carryall "Sweetheart" sits next to the Covino's all-purpose workhorse
Dick Aveyard's '64 paired with Tim Holloway's '57
Ken See's M37 with Dave Fraser's '65
Tom O and his family pose with Dick's custom Willy's
Paul Cook's '05 next to Terry Kenney's '46. Newest and Oldest trucks together at Lee, MA
Mark Duverger's Sweptline with Mike from Lebanon's Fargo
An early Brockway fire engine, a local Lee attraction
Didi Fraser's Woody
A '34 Ford Model B, once owned by the Fraser family
Fred Lantz's beauty finishes the line of fine trucks
Is that m-u-d we see on that g-r-e-a-s-y truck?
More raffle prizes added...
Some really great stuff... so long as your number is called
Jimmy (aka "Wheels") poses with some of his pig-roasting helpers...
... in front of a first-class pig-cooking machine.
Dual propane tanks, built-in electric spot-lights...
... a go-anywhere party on wheels
"Greg", a Fraser family friend, kept everyone entertained
Pete Fraser's lovely home. Thanks for having us all over, Pete.
Mark Davis had a problem with his PW-towing truck and brought his beautiful Impala instead. Nice!