Those are all awesome, from what I can tell - my favorite one is the bottom center - THAT is GREAT!
Hope to see you post more pictures for those of us not able to attend this time.
I recognize the culprit that owns the red touring. So, Jim is that "white lightning still" cap full of "Margaritavilleaid"?
Bryce, what on earth are you sitting on while driving? Is that the reason for the IV?
Have fun you intrepid travelers...
Hi Dana how did you know that was my T?
It's not running yet so no need for seats.
The first day the temps hit 103 and very humid then the monsoon hit as we were sitting down for the BBQ and it rained for about an hour then we had a good meal next day left the camera in Kanab, today the batteries died sorry no pics.
Thanks for the pics. Love the green Fordor with green wires and wide whites. Keep em coming for the T deprived here in Ecuador.
Here are a few random shots of the first couple of days of the tour.
I think I recognize that little tunnel on the road into Bryce Canyon. Great country for a tour.
Well Mike, have you "unveiled" your hood ornament? Hope all is well, looks like a great tour,
Here are a couple of more shots of Bryce Canyon.
Rob, My radiator cap was a lot of fun, I went through 5 gallons of water, lots of people got wet, or "Marked"! The winners won't be revealed until Friday Night. Here is a shot of my cap, He shoots a stream of water 21'.
Bryce...It's my job as publisher of the Leaks to know these things i.e. who belongs to what car. And, a friend of mine from California (Matt Ryan in the silver/black speedster) put some pictures on his facebook page. You were in one of them. Be careful...the internet knows all!
I still have that pink sand/dirt under my 26 coupe from driving on the road coming out of Pink Coral Sand dunes SP, it was a wild ride, i saw two cars with broken rear radius rods, this was on the 2009 tour.
Any photos of the sunday's judging??
What is the broken crank score - l know of one so far !!!
a few more from the first day
Coral pink sand dunes
Your speedster fix for the day
Here are a few shots from the 3rd day drive to Cedar Breaks National Monument. Above 10,300 ft.
Thanks for posting the pics, guys. That's some amazing scenery. Hopefully, I'll be able to make that tour one of these days (years).
Having a wonderful time on tour. Enjoying the company of many forum friends and finally putting faces to names. Highlight of the week so far was the visit to Colorado City. What a strange town but great to see the delight on the children's faces as they rode in the model T,s.
Warwick, I remember giving the kids rides in Colorado City. One of the girls in the back seat asked if I could swing over and go up a different street "so our mothers can see us." I did, and the mothers were outside the house waving.
From what I have read, most or all of those people have been on welfare for years.
Warwick - Did you go to the dairy for some Huckleberry ice cream while in Colorado City?
Please keep posting pictures - we all appreciate it.
Ralph, from what I've read, those rumors were false. Those in the sect have not received welfare, tho many traditional families there do. There appears to be a lot of poverty mixed with some very expensive vacation homes in the areas we are touring
What does the sect have for income?
We are having a great time!!!
My 1911 is running well.
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OMG, is this a fun event or what. I have had such a great time this week. First time I've done a tour like this and have learned plenty. Of course, I have taken hundreds of photographs of everything. Will have to wait till I get home to deal with them.
The men at Colorado mostly work construction in St George, UT, at least that is what we were told when we visited there with the last canyonlands tour.
What a lovely bunch of pictures, thanks for posting them. It looks like a lot of fun to be out in that breathtaking scenery with fellow Model T folk.