My sister works at a retirement home and asked me to bring the T by for them to see. What a great afternoon. Lots of great folks.
This fine fellow didn't bat an eyelash - walked up and climbed right in.
My dad came by as well.....here is a picture of him doing what he loves - talking and meeting people
Here is another pic:
Is that a REAL chicken in that cage? BAWK BAWK!!
Nice truck there. Great that you went there to show the folks something cool. I hope to do that around here too, hopefully this summer. So far none of my plans have come to fruition.
If that's not a real chicken, check with the Model Railroad folks--there's a company that makes sound units and one of them is chickens! Probably could run it of a 9v batter, comes complete with speaker--it's not real loud, but it would be FUN!! I think they're under $40.
There's a 94 year old lady living two houses down from me. Her 72 year old daughter takes care of her. Yesterday I was working in the garage on my '26 Ford Sedan when the daughter walked by with some kind of little dog that looked like it was half rat and half porcupine. As she passed by my yellow lab decided to run out for a visit and of course that became an opportunity for her to ask about the car, what I was doing with it and if it would be running soon. I told her it would only be a day or two. Then she asked me if I'd mind stopping over when it was running so her Mom could see it. I guess her Mom keeps telling her about the "young guy working on the old Nash in that garage over there." And, well I guess I am a pretty young guy at 64 years old. I told her I'd be pleased to let her Mom see the car and if she wanted she could ride in it. She thought the old gal would like that but wasn't sure how she'd get the her in there and then she was certain she'd never get the old lady out. But her Mom would really like it if I'd visit them with the old Nash.
Great pics Greg. There's no better place to visit with a Model T.