This cloudy Saturday we had a Town Day. There was carnival march and me and my T were invited to join it.
See an article and pics
Looks like everyone was having fun despite the rain.
The T looks great! Very colorful parade, I like the people on stilts.
Thanks for sharing!
Are you sure that isn't in the Pacific Northwest?
Glad you had fun driving the T, rain or no.
In Russia it might be called the Pacific Northeast!
Thanks for sharing Michael.
Is the arms museum at the Tula factory open to the public? That would be something to see!
The T looks like it still has the American license plate on the front.
Thank you very much Michael G! I always enjoy your reports of activities with your model T! It is wonderful to see these cars still being a part of life all over the world.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Yes - there is Tula Arms museum - it has new building now.
Larry - you're right - T has american license plate - because there are weird laws in Russia - You can take classic car to Russia and pay tax per engine volume (5.7eur/ cm3 - for all cars more than 7 years old), or like an artefact - without taxes, but without Russian police registration...