We woke up early and hit up Hi-Rollers Barber Shop. I drove the Buick, knowing the battery was dead and it wouldn’t kick over. We kicked it a few hours and hung out, by the time we picked up the ladies to hit the show it was noon. I don’t think anyone was expecting to to hit 107 and 40% humidity. As we rolled up to the show at Lake Las Vegas, dozens were rolling out. We had enough time to catch up with a few friends and hang out. Nothing like hot weather and dozens of rat rods on a Saturday afternoon.