Posting some of our day trip pictures. We drove 170 miles today, all back roads.
I'm sure others would like to see yours. There are many beautiful places in the Model T World.
Fantastic photos. Makes me want to go for a country drive ASAP.
Millard Fillmore, best candidate for worst president in our history.
So that's where the name Buffalo Springfield came from;
Great looking car and photos. Thanks for posting.
Erich. Wanna bet???
Love that coupe! Thank you for sharing the drive.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Looks like the plants bloom late up there in the frozen tundra.
very nice, thanks
I really like all the pictures you took with no power lines or anything modern in the background. Those are great.
Fantastic pictures! Took a little country drive last evening myself, but unfortunately not nearly as picturesque.
Erich, I don't really know anything about Fillmore, but no matter how bad he was, I think I have to stand with Stan.
Mark, I always figured that's where they got their name from, but was never sure.
Wayne, Glad you love the Coupe. I barely saved it from being made into a street rod. I got there first with the money.
Steve, yes the plants bloom late up here. That's the benefit of having the Coupe. It extends the driving season in the Fall and Spring for us.
Glad that you all enjoyed the pictures.Now that the Northern T's are on the move again, hopefully we will see more posts of T daily drives.
Dan - Didn't take any photos, but here are a few links to youtube videos my wife took on Easter Sunday in the Speedster.
Dave, nice video's, thanks for sharing.
Good pics. Those look like good T roads too.
We sometimes take to the dirt roads just for fun. We do cheat sometimes and take the GPS and look to see if they actually GO somewhere. It's just a mental thing, I guess, but I don't like having to go the same way twice. When we go for a drive, we always try to make a circular route rather than going and coming the same way. Same for dirt roads. I don't like driving up one only to find it dead ends and I have to turn around. We have found a very long and winding route to a town about 15 miles away. It probably has less than 5 miles of asphalt roads and probably 20 miles of dirt. Like I say, it is the LONG way there, but it is fun and the fun is in the ride, not how soon you can get there.
Dan -- I love your pictures and paint job
It is exactly where a T should be and what it should look like.
Hal, We take dirt roads whenever possible. In the Adirondack mountains there is one that is 45 miles long. It is an old logging trail. It is so remote you have to sign in and sign out. That one is my favorite dirt road.
Fred, I love the paint to, and would never touch it.
What a great looking car!!
Love that T, you all may have a point about who is the worst.............
Dan, I love the patina on your car. Beautiful. You have inspired me to get mine out today.
We took another T drive today. Almost 200 miles.
Found whats left of this Fordson tractor. My wife also spotted a 14 Touring in a garage (eagle eye)