Tuesday May 08 2012 comments Clarksville Day 2012 By: Telegraph Photography by Menka Belgal -A +A Menka Belgal / The TelegraphAntique cars rolled down the old stretch of Lincoln Highway in Clarksville. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphDavid Madam, 5, examines his pan in the hope of spotting a fleck of gold. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphErnie Gunderson, from Rescue, leads the parade of antique cars in his Model A 1929 Touring Ford. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphJerry Gardner, of the Sierra Nevada Mormon Pioneers, plays the role of a Mormon merchant at Clarksville Day. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphHorse-drawn wagons shuttled people back and forth from the parking lot to the main event area at Clarksville Day. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphThe barrel of the cannon is cleaned after the firing. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphIn addition to the Model A Fords, there were a number of Model Ts from the 1900s which followed in the parade. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphJosh Urjevich, 4, a descendant from a pioneer family, enjoys playing in the fire engine. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphThe Mormon Battalion re-enactors fire the cannon during Clarksville Day. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphLive entertainment kept people enjoying the afternoon during Clarksville Day in El Dorado Hills. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphSam Beezley, 6, feeds a carrot to one of the Pony Express horses during Clarksville Day. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphBritney Stephens, 12, is the youngest of the Pony Express Riders. She has been on a horse since was just 1 year old and was also the Mutton Busting Champion in 2007 in the El Dorado County Fair. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphThere were gun reenactment shows put on by Sierra Guns for Hire. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphHorse-drawn carriages shuttle people from the parking lot to the event site. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphSue Foreman, from the Gold Country Lacemakers, patiently creates yards of lace during Clarksville Day at El Dorado Hills. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphRichard Heisler from the Placerville & Sacramento Valley Railroad Association cleans his Dockside locomotive during Clarksville Day in El Dorado Hills.