Kicking off a brand new "Funny Hats" thread are this grandpa and granddaughter.
This mother and daughter team not only posed in the funny hats and garb, but got a ride in the car, too!
It's better not to smile for the antiqued photos...
And another family steps back in time to pose for pictures with the Model T!
You're having more fun than should be legally allowed!! Thanks for sharing.
'Tis true; I really am having way too much fun! Here's today's happy couple.
Bob, once again these are great pictures.
Do you have a special reserved spot at the restaurant? I see two signs behind the car in different shots that state it's reserved for "Antique Autos Only" and the other states "Brass Cars"
I'm going to have to talk to the owner of the restaurant were I dine!
The McDonald's in my neighborhood has a nice, comfortable decor with picture windows and attractive landscaping, and I've sort of gotten into the habit of having my daily salad and coffee there. But so far, nobody has given me a reserved parking spot or even a frequent-customer discount, though I daresay we do keep their lunch crowd entertained. The parking signs, of course, are nothing more than whimsical imaginings tapped out on my trusty computer.
Keep 'em coming Bob. These are always entertaining.
That last photo reminds me of Grandma Walton (Elizabeth Cory?)--that look!!
Next time tell them that I authorize you to have a special space for your T parking.
Today, after Bible-Study, the pastor donned the garb and went for a ride.
These two gentlemen were spectatorizing the Model T in the parking lot when I silently snuck
up on them with the butterfly net. Before they realized what was happening, they were covered
by derby hats and posing for photos.
Hey! No smiling in the antique shots!
Okay, that's better.
That little girl in the first set of pictures is adorable! It looks like she was having the time of her life.
Yeah, Mark; the McDonald's I frequent so frequently (because of the cheap salads and 1-buck coffee, not the burgers and fries — honest!) is a very popular spot for grandparents, especially on days when they get put in charge of the kids. This gentleman's granddaughter was a well-behaved and cheerful little angel.
I meet the nicest people at McDonald's.
That last one looks like a Daguerreotype, but it's not reversed.