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Cruising The Drag in Great Falls

While I was out and about this weekend I stopped by the annual “Cruising the Drag” in downtown Great Falls, Montana. Great Falls downtown area is the heart of Great Falls and one of our best kept secrets. When I was a Teenager, when my parents were teenagers, and their parents were teenagers central Avenue was the place to hang out and socialize. Somewhere between here and there that has changed a little and the kids no longer “Cruz the drag”. On an annual basis you can take a walk back in time. From all corners of the state collectors bring their classics and line them up and down Central. On my walk down Central I was able to take in the sights and sounds of classic Great falls and enjoy the cars. Do you know those classic cars that when they drive by everything in the world stops while you admire them? Or the ones that make you almost run into the car in front of you while you are driving because you are too busy eyeing that classic machine next to you? Well Cruising the Drag is seven city blocks (both sides) of those cars. This was a photographer’s Dream, I walked away with 256 photographs and I picked a few and posted them to my blog here. Being the small community that Great Falls is you see just about every one you know as you make your way down the street. It seems that about every third car we would run into an old friend that is in town for the weekend or family that was out and about. One of the more interesting people we ran into was gubernatorial candidate Jim O’Hara. I enjoyed our conversation and admired his ability hang out with the people and not try to be one of the attractions. In addition to following his positions and political point of view, in a conversation with him I can tell that he is not too different than any of us. When you attend these events in Great Falls you just never know who you are going to run into, but one way or the other taking in the culture of Great Falls is an experience all by itself.

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