Saturday, October 6, 2012

Touch a Truck, an annual and growing event that raises funds, and kids interest in big rigs, semi's, and trucks has grown to the point that it happens in the Qualcomm stadium parking lot now

This family-friendly car show is a sure hit with kids and parents alike, as all the vehicles are open for you to climb in and honk the horn! From the Wells Fargo Stage Coach to Robosaurus, military vehicles to monster trucks, Harley's to HumVees, classic cars to emergency vehicles, big rigs to construction rigs. Touch A Truck will please your palate, too, with 20 gourmet food trucks, an old fashioned bake sale, lemonade "experience", and more

This is Robosaurus! I didn't get there early enough to catch it in action, I had a car show I was at before this years Touch a Truck.. some days there are more than one car show to see.

The jungle gym  bus interior

The Boogie Brothers Blues Band was pretty good! I liked them, and their playlist, though I doubt the kids were able to hear the music.. the kids were HYPED up!

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