Our host this year was the Scantic Valley Antique Engine Club LLC.  They invited us to their 33rd annual Antique Machinery Show and made us feel quite at home.  They even moved their stuff to the back of the grounds to give the Gravely people the front spots.  That's hospitality!  The SVAEC president, Hickory Lake, worked with Walter and Tim Mips to make this a great mow-in!  Hickory is an active GTCOA member and owns several Gravelys, including a 1928 model D that runs. 

Special thanks to the SVAEC for inviting us and having such a great setting for out Mow-In!  You even got the weather right!  You guys are great!

 

Here's a few pictures of the stuff you missed if you didn't come to the Mow-In.