Monday, September 27, 2010

Bearcats and Tractors

Finally FALL! Good Morning Frank Here...After temperatures in the 90's last week, our weather matched the calendar with crisp mornings and sunny and mild afternoons. On Saturday, after a late breakfast Mr. Benson and I took a nice long walk from Covington over the newly painted Roebling Suspension Bridge. The city skyline looked fantastic and I noticed a huge Bearcat that was inflated on top of the old National City Bank building, it soared above our city which seemed to be invaded Saturday morning by OU fans in town for the game. While they were the rivals it was great to see so many new faces and tourists enjoying everything our city has to offer. Later that afternoon I met up with anchor and reporter Dan Wells and his family at the Goetz Family Farm in Cold Spring. It was the annual tractor show where restored John Dear Tractors from years gone by were on display. Dan, took his daughters Kate and Alie on a hayride, in fact over 400 people showed up on the sunny afternoon. Just the beginning of the fall season. Stay with us and the FOX19 Morning News and The FOX19 News Morning Xtra at 9am for fall festivals and fun ideas for your and your family.

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