The Northwest Region of the Dodge Brothers Club met in Ferndale, July 29 to August 2, 2019. The meet was hosted by Larry and Avalea Watts and Dr. John Stephens. There was a trip up to Mount Baker on Monday July 29. On Tuesday we drove through beautiful scenery to a visit with Farm Power of the Past. On the way back to Ferndale we stopped at the Samish Bay Cheese Shop and the Pioneer Homestead Park. We drove via Chuckanut Drive and admired the splendid views along the Sound.
The next day we visited several sites starting with a tour of a Studebaker Museum, then on to the fantastic Glen Echo Gardens where we were treated to lunch and a tour. Next on to a tour of Mike Yeakel's amazing private brass automobile collection. That evening we met at Chihuahua Resturant for dinner and our Annual meeting.
The last day we went to Birch Bay State Park and then on to Peace Arch Historical State Park. In the afternoon we headed to the annual Puget Sound Antique Tractor and Machinery Show.
Thanks so much to Larry, Avalea and John for hosting this terrific Meet.