Jerry and Linda’s 2019 Picnic

Falcons and Owners at The Kratz Falcon Farm Meet           July 27, 2019        17 Falcons                                           

Jim Larkin                               Monroeville, NJ          1963 White Sprint Hardtop

Daniel and Rhonda Haines     Levittown, PA             1964 White Futura Convertible

Tom Stone                              Philadelphia, PA         1963 Red Sprint Convertible

Jim and Amy Ogram               Coatesville, PA           1964 Green Ranchero                        

Frank and Ginny Servas         Coopersburg, PA        1965 White 4-Door Futura Sedan

Bruce and Joan Kichline         Hellertown, PA           1965 Mango-Tango Cinnamon Ranchero

Pat and Diane Varricchio        Nottingham, MD        1963 Red Sprint Hardtop

Mike Pateski                           Philadelphia, PA         1965 Blue Sprint Convertible

Gene Fox                                Airmont, NY               1963 Red Sprint Hardtop                  

Jerry and Linda Kratz             North Wales, PA         1964 Black Futura Hardtop   

Jerry and Linda Kratz             North Wales, PA         1963 Blue 4-Door Station Wagon

Jerry and Linda Kratz             North Wales, PA         1963 Orange Ranchero

Jerry and Linda Kratz             North Wales, PA         1964 Blue Sedan Delivery

Jerry and Linda Kratz             North Wales, PA         1964 White Sprint Hardtop

Jerry and Linda Kratz             North Wales, PA         1963 Black Ranchero

Jerry and Linda Kratz             North Wales, PA         1962 Red Squire Station Wagon

Jerry and Linda Kratz             North Wales, PA         1964 Black Sprint Convertible

Ken and Cheryl Holquist        Carlisle, PA

Jane Kratz                               Lansdale, PA

1 thought on “Jerry and Linda’s 2019 Picnic

  1. The picnic was great. The weather was picnic perfect with enough sun to cause chairs to rotate eastward with the shade as the sun moved westward throughout the afternoon. Jerry’s shop was wide open for inspection and Q&A. On display at the buffet line was a picture from Jerry’s family trip to Japan. His daughter was holding a Japanese falcon (bird) while she was wearing a FCA shirt. There was plenty of picnic food to go around. Not sure why a North Wales police patrol cursed by, we weren’t making that much noise. Well maybe Jerry’s S/D street dragster did rumble a bit when leaving for the parts store. The neighbors should be use to that by now. Seems Ken’s Chevy SUV blew a hose or something causing overheating just as he arrived. Midafternoon we all gathered to hear Jim give a quick update on the Keystone regional. Followed by Pat from Mason/Dixon talking about their upcoming Gettysburg regional. One of the activities is a professionally guided Falcon cruse through the battlefield with lecture stops along the way. The crowd started thinning around 4:30. It was another fun day of fellowship and car chat.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.