They were promising lots of snow today and tomorrow so I chained up the '26 in eager anticipation. Only a skiff so far, but here's hoping!
My cheerful co-pilot is Henry, who is here on an exchange program from Nicaragua. He enjoys riding in the Ts but could do without the cold (-14C/+7F this afternoon).
we got about 16 inches of snow, and it is still snowing. I am going to a hockey game tonight, so I hope the Subaru can take it.
It will hit near 80 here tomorrow...
We're getting ready to go tree shoppin in the ol' brass picup.
Leave the Subaru at home. I saw lots of them stuck today. I was pushing the limits with the truck today, on the side streets.
Chris, great looking T, and a great reason to go out.
Ricks, did'nt your mother ever tell you that if you don't have anything nice to say, then don't say anything.
Ricks- What do you suppose is worse for T's; salty roads or those pigeons and the salt air?
On one of the Catalina Capers tours (a long time ago), a couple of pelicans sat on the back of a beautiful early brass T on the barge going to the island. What a mess.
Drive safe, W2
Well we got our snow today... 6" and still coming down, gusty winds and -16C (+3F).
Went and picked up my '24 Speedster block from the machine shop. My bride declined to ride along.