Three T cars made the picnic again this year, a 26/7 pickup, a 26/7 two door and my 1924 roadster. There were a lot of people eating, playing games, dancing and in general, having a good time. Some even came and talked old cars with us.
George (Sonny) House wanted me to post a picture of his 2dr sedan. Conditions were not good as the cars were under trees with some sunlight peeping thru. I tried. I only got a picture of the rear and one of the front of the 2dr.
I forgot to say, this is a Catholic church event and we sneak under the trees at the edge of the picnic area and provide a mini car show. Food and drinks are purchased at the picnic. (annual fund raising event for the church)
Thanks for the pictures. I had a great time at the Kanab Tour with your boys and their buddies. My wife enjoyed travelling with Luke in the Centredoor while I rode with Jeff in the Touring. One of the highlights of the week was to spend the day out with my wife and two sons in the Touring which Jeff loaned us for the final tour of the week up to Bryce Canyon. You have a great family and it is good to see that you all enjoy lots of Model T fun together. We have only just got home after so I will post some pictures of the highlights in the next few days.
Hey Uncle Jack !,
See the shadow of that gooseneck spare tire carrier behind the straw powder coated wheel? It came from Brownsburg, IN and is now on a south Texas tudor. Thanks for posting the pics Willie. But you're too modest for not including a picture of your nice '24 roadster (that I'm seated in front of)
Is Shiner, Tx. still brewing beer? Bought some Shiner Beer in 1976, when my son was collecting beer cans.
Warwick, thanks for the kind words about my family. I started teaching those young men to drive at about the age of 7, you saw what that did to them. I can not get them away from the cars.
Richard, Shiner brewery is growing larger all the time, but it is not local owned. Corona owns it which makes it a imported beer and priced higher accordingly. That label on the can is old and Shiner just went back to it from the blue Blonde label.
It must be good, even George House is driving around with a can on his spare tire.
George, I hope your uncle Jack saw this post since I guess a piece of the car came from him.
Hi Willie, Had a great time at the picnic. Here is a picture I took of all three cars. Sorry there were so many peoeple in the way but that was the way it was ALL day long.
That's Willie on the far left! Wish I was there, looks like a grand time.