Thirty entries graced the streets of Lintlaw during the second annual Lintlaw mud bogs on July 1 to 3.
Entries were led by members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police followed by the Kelvington Ambulance and Lintlaw Volunteer Fire Department as they showcased its new truck.
Other entries were: Lintlaw Legion; Sam Kennedy in his old army tank; marching cadets; Rig Alls Lawn Care; Last Brothers Building Movers; Roland Larsen; Lintlaw Seniors; clowns; JayDee John Deere and Rae Rosenkerr and his team of horses and riders.
Vehicle entries were: 1965 Ford owned by Rod Radom; 1929 Model A owned by Heather Radom; 1971 Chevelle owned by Chris Cook; 1952 GMC one-ton owned by Bob Ruston; 1924 Model T Ford owned by Daryl Gibb; 1951 Chevy truck owned by Rockin G Trucking; 1975 Ford which was the raffle truck; 1998 Chevy owned Jordon Smith, and a 1982 Chevy owned by Bryce Murray.
Tractors entered were: a 1972 model 4020 John Deere owned by Bryce Murray ; a 1950 W-4 International owned by Brooke Murray, and a 1952 Super C International owned by Brian Murray.