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Just a few photos taken at events with the Walker during 2011 ~ 2012.

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The first show and shine for My Walker Power Truck at the Howick Agricultural Society Cruise Night May 13 2011

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The first show and shine for the Walker at the Howick Community Arena, May 13 2011

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Shannon Burrows, editor of Listowel Banner and Minto Express. was on hand to take some photos, May 13 2011

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I think she likes it, May 13 2011

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Hmmm taking a closer look, May 13 2011

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July 8 at the Howick Cruise Night

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Again at Howick, July 8 2011

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It was a nice night so I went topless, July 8 2011

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August 19 at Harriston Motors, Harriston Ontario.

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Harriston Show and shine at Harrison Motors. August 19 2011

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This was the night I made some positve connection to get insurance and plates. August 19 2011

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September 2 we visited the show and shine at Kincardine Ontario.

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Here we are on the main street of Kincardine, I was lucky to get a corner spot, in the shade. My first show and shine with licence plates September 2 2011

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Bren Gun Carrier, restored and owned by Dave Fritz, Bob Parker and I had a lot of fun in the 1960s with one like this. September 2 2011

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Standing on the back of the Walker this is Kincardine main street looking south. The street was shut down to moving traffic from 5pm till 9 September 2 2011

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And here is a photo looking North, there was a estimated 400 entries for this show and shine. organizers did a great job. September 2 2011

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September 4 The Kitchener Rangers Hockey Club Show and Shine.

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A cloudy and a bit rainy day September 4 2011 for the Kitchener Rangers Fan Appriciation Day, Look close and you can see the Walker.

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Two Police Officers were walkin the beat when I asked if they would like to pause for a photo opp, I didn't know they were going to junp inside.   Sep/4/2011

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Here is a good photo, Brian Schultz and colleague Gerry Christopher, the truck looks smaller when they stand next to it.   Sep/4/2011

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I think if the weather was a little better, more people would have brought their toys.   Sep/4/2011

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Event organizers, Ron Weber, Marlene Weber, Dianne Stoeser, and Bill Stoeser.   Sep/4/2011

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Kitchener Ranger Vice President and Ron Weber thanking everyone for attending before the awards and entry prizes were presented.   Sep/4/2011

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September 9 the last Cruise Night for Howick.

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September 9 was the last show and shine for the Howick Agricultural Society Cruise Night. Above is the Walker beside My Honda/Hannigan Tricar.   Sep/9/2011

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Kevin, working on the side car, his wife Maysey, Todd, and Doug from the Wateloo Wings arrived from Kitchener Cambridge.   Sep/9/2011

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I took some photos from the roof, Todd, Jean and Elizabeth, Kevin is busy with a icecream cone.   Sep/9/2011

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I wanted to see just what the Walker Power Truck would do in a burn out. “actually someone else left the tracks”   Sep/9/2011

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Erika and Sarah behind the wheel, my grand daughters.

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July 6 2012 at the Fordwich Village Nursing Home, it was a beautiful warm night and the hot dogs and hamburgers were great.

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