My IH truck club's show, The Great Western Binder Bee, is this weekend at the Antique Powerland in Brooks Oregon. It is free admission for visitors and a great opportunity to get up close and personal with some old International Harvester iron. The day to visit is Saturday July 14th, by around noon most of the trucks that are coming have shown up and the show is in full swing. There is much to do on site for everyone. For kids their is typically color contests and scavenger hunts associated with the show. On site is the Willow Creek railroad, a miniature railroad kids can ride that operates on donation, there is the Truck Museum which houses a top class collection of antique and experimental trucks. There is also a steam powered saw mill and blacksmith shop, however I don't know if these will be running this year. We invite the groups that run them, but as they are both volunteer, sometimes the people just can't show up. Regardless the truck show is there and it's free. To find it simply take I 5 to the 263 exit for Brooks (just north of Salem about about 10 miles south of Woodburn), then go west on Brooklake Road. The Antique Powerland will be on your right and should be marked with signs. The Antique Powerland is a very open area, so there will be lots of walking. Bring water and refreshments if you wish and there will be food and snack vendors on site. There will also be IH specific vendors, selling parts and IH swag!! Binder Bee 2012 Site 2011 GWBB Member Photo Album Feel free to PM me for more info, or just post here. Also, the Binder Bee 2012 site has a few details and contact information if you've got any questions. And if this is in the wrong place or against TOS, my apologies. One last thing, the show does run Friday through Sunday, but Friday and Sunday are setup and tear down days. The modified and trail rig only vehicles are not on site Sunday as they go on a trail ride up at Browns Camp.