Mary and I were driving through Colorado on the way home and visited a museum in Eagle County where we saw this horse drawn milk wagon placed on a Model T chassis and operated by the Castle Peak Dairy. The wagon was used from 1922 to 1936 in good weather and in the snow.
In 1922 Eggs were 45 cents a dozen, butter was 45 cents a pound and milk was 10 cents a quart. By 1936 milk had risen to 22 cents a quart.
It was operated by the Castle Peak Dairy from Avon to Eagle's Peak They sold cream for 25 cents a pint. The cab is all made of wood with sliding doors on both sides and two hinged swinging doors in the rear. They even had a phone with three digits . . . 19 J and advertised wholesome products. Talk about a milk run. Perhaps they sold whipped cream by the time they got there.