Anyone planning on going to the Carlisle Chrysler Nationals

I've been going since they started a Chrysler show, and I have an Uncle (corvette guy) moved there when he retired. We always visited him on the way. He passed away this February and with the present up-tick of the virus, my wife, who has gone with me the last several times dosnt want to go. Now with most of my outings, flying solo is 'fine by me, but she is a parts hound! She knows my car so well that she is allways ahead of me, scouting parts and flagging me, and while I look the part over, haggle and b.s. she is off to the next vendor. Doing it this way has enabled me to arrive at the gate when they open on Friday, walk the entire vendor area and car corral, have a burger out side the gate in the neighborhood and take in the A-Body show feild then be heading back to MD by 5 pm.
I don't know if I got it in me to do all that by myself. I'm on the fence.
I decided to go Friday, packed my truck Thursday, battery dead 4 am Friday morning. Swapped out to car everything else was a breeze after that.
The main reason I go is the swap meet. As others said a few vendors were missing, Dante, & Vans to name a few but there are still plenty there. I got a used 2 speed wiper motor in great shape for $20. Scored a gas tank float assy. with 3/8 fuel line new for $60. Stephens Performance was selling AMD bumpers 67-69 cuda for $229.
There's some good deals on cars for sale too and with attendance down somewhat I'm sure they are negotiating.
Be aware, if you are concerned about the virus, they ask if you have a mask when you enter but do not enforce wearing it. There were very few that did and social distancing is every man/woman for themselves. They have hand washing stations and hand sanitizing.
Lots of food vendors, but the best deal is outside gate 7 the neighborhood cookout sells hot dog, hamburger off the grille with chips and soda along with lawn chairs and shade trees to sit and rest. Enjoy!