Cars and Clydesdales

A car show in Manchester was a must do for us, so up early and off we go.  They closed off several blocks of the downtown area and filled it with cars and food vendors.  Still no cheese curds, corn dogs or mini-donuts.  We walked up and down the street a few times and admired the creativity some of these car owners have.

Manchester Car Show


Reddenbacher’s Popcorn

Ghostbuster HHR

Huge Sound System in the Trunk

Hemi…motor is in the truck bed behind the cab.

After walking around for an hour or so we stopped at a grocery store for some supplies.  We should really stock up on lobster, I think it’s cheaper than hamburger. I think at home it’s more like $16 or $17 per pound.

$3.99 per pound

Next we went to tour the Budweiser Bottling Co. and see the Clydesdale horses. The free tour was brief, but interesting.  They do offer a Brewmaster’s Tour for $25 that is more detailed and takes a lot longer, but that required advance reservations which we did not have.

Anheuser-Busch Inc. Merrimack, NH


At the end of the tour we went into a bar area and they served us each two free glasses of beer and a bag of pretzels.

Then we walked to where the Budweiser Clydesdale’s were housed and saw some of the horses.

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1 Response to Cars and Clydesdales

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thats a great picture of you two with the horse! And I will add, that I had never heard of a cheese curd until I went to culver’s with Eric while I was in Minnesota so I wouldn’t be surprised if you never see one in New England!


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