Sunday, October 22, 2006

Harvest Festival was a complete success.

We had free helicopter rides, train rides, four wheeler rides, horse and buggy rides, greased pig chase, fun and games.

We have the power to close the stores and stations and restaurants. It's awesome. All we have to do is have a party. Next time we will party for a week and see if they keep the store closed. :)

21 comments:

ATAR_i said...

Did the stores get closed because the faithful were in attendence at the Harvest Festival, or because they didn't want to be around those that would celebrate?

CHRH said...

I live in Centennial Park. My personal opinion is that they didn't want any possible media publicity, or unwanted customers that have the gall to participate in an actual celebration; how devilish!

Anonymous said...

Even the federally funded airport was "closed" as far as fueling the helicopter.

Anonymous said...

The FBO is NOT federally funded. gd it. It is a private entity

Anonymous said...

The airport does receive federal funds. Why are you saying it does not?

Anonymous said...

So, is Westwing Aviation the private entity? Are they the ones responsible for fueling aircraft? Is the federal funds only for the airstrip?

Anonymous said...

The airport fueling system should have a card reader for credit cards.

Federal Funds are used to build a airport, plus matching grants provided by the local government.

The day to day operations should be funded and operated by the county or the city government.

Maybe the chopper could not use the fuel provided at this airport.

Some airports do not offer jet fuel.

Anonymous said...

Oh, it has jet fuel. Joe Knudson fuels his little jet up there all the time.

Anonymous said...

Exactly. Westwing Aviation is a business just like CMC. If they decide not to be open on a certain day....they can do whatever they want. It is in no way connected to federal funds. The airport was built largely on federal funds but the airport is seperate financially from any business that makes it's address there.

Anonymous said...

when was the harvest festival?? who attended?? were any of Winstons group there? I would have loved to come, but didn't even know it happened...

Anonymous said...

hi how you doing??

ATAR_i said...

I heard some kids vandalized the new monument and the railroad car.

Anonymous said...

http://www.sltrib.com/search/ci_4565768

article

Anonymous said...

There were over 500 people at the festival, I didn't see any Canadians, but they are always welcome. It was advertized by word of mouth, next time we will advertise more. Just plan on it the middle weekend in October next year. As always booths/games anyone that wants to set up...are welcome.

onthestreet said...

Yes, even the devil himself.

Anonymous said...

are the grapes a bit souer street?

Bluebeard.

onthestreet said...

The grapes of wrath.

Anonymous said...

street,your demeanor certianly illistrates that the "grapes of wrath"are sour indeed.

Bluebeard.

onthestreet said...

Then why is your beard BLUE? You certainly got the blues, doncha bluebelly?

Or are you actually some other culla. Are you all little purple pansies touched with yellow-gold, or are you yella-belly pansies fondled by the devil Himself?

Some of you poor souls, so very mixed up.
You burp from your butt, and fart from the mouth.
While all in your gut has departed South.
But, if still your bowles can butt fill a cup,
Ye shant be stopped up, may surely reach out.

ATAR_i said...

OK - first you talk about a bowel obstruction which turns into a prolapsed rectum, then you get into colostomy talk and finally a rectal plug?

You got some sort of bowel issue you wanna share about - or just a fetid mind.

Anonymous said...

wow!it appears we shall have to place another meaning on the term"street smart"I rest my case re.11/01 9/:19.

Bluebeard.