C. Davis and T. Lucas
Visitors were once again treated to field demonstrations featuring an antique steam engine/sawmill, antique farming equipment of all types, and the working grain elevator that was formerly located in Brocket. The daily Parade of Power allowed collectors to exhibit their restored machinery, and tractor pulls also entertained the crowds. The Heritage Station exhibit has been refined every year since its installation, with working model trains traversing a diorama of the area. A large collection of antique cars and trucks were on display.
The event offered many diversions for kids in addition to the exhibits, including a nail pounding contest, rope making, a straw tractor, and a bouncy castle.
|^ The well attended Farming on Dartmoor presentation by Maurice Retallick|
Dartmoor National Park Authority Deputy Chairman Maurice Retallick was the guest speaker on Friday evening. You can read more about his talk by clicking here.
|MD of Pincher Creek councillors Terry Yagos, Fred Schoening, and Gary Marchuk serving breakfast on Sunday|
|Bob Westrop conducting Sunday service|
Hertigae Acres' annual Fall Fair is scheduled for Saturday, September 19.
|Two auctioneers with Hollywood smiles: Bob Westrop and Sheldon Smithens|
|Brian Edward with Ella and Cinder at 2015 Heritage Acres show|
|Field full of Deere|
|In the announcing booth: Bob Westrop (seated), Jenn Cooper, Ewan Mitchell|
^ Caiden and Kylie Cooper from Caleigh and Smokestack Lightnin', the photo-op bird.
|Participants Jeff and Sophia Slettede|
|Production crew member Ewan Mitchell|
|Jumbo Valley Church|
|Crystal Village Church|
|Driving Alvin Frankentractor|
|When the sun goes down|
|It's time to dance|
|Small engine display|
|Photos by Chris Davis and Toni Lucas|