I guess this is real Ford Country with all that water
The ride in that TT was mighty damp !
Dodge Brothers Roadster?
Looks like my back yard this afternoon.
John in Tucson
Bit of trivia, if you ever find yourself in Grangeville, it is best to avoid looking across the street while you are walking, it is the custom of the local to stop for anyone wanting to cross the street. My wife and I were strolling through town one day and stopped to look at a shop across the street, and all the traffic stopped. We did not really want to crass, but after everyone stopped for us, we felt obligated to cross. It is a nice town.
Grangeville is in my area and there is a reason I chose to live here ... it is GOD's COUNTRY ! The mountains, the canyons, the desert, the prairies, we have it all. And pretty decent weather too !
Looks like the same Main Street we drove down 10 months ago, albeit without all the water. Must have been quite a thunder storm!
Burger in Spokane, I agree real nice scenery to look at or photo, unless they're burning the wheat fields.
Got my first driver's license in Grangeville in 1968. Lived in Kooskia, Idaho at the time.
John, living in Kooskia were you afraid of being invaded by folks from Moscow? I also like your personal quote and hope you will not mind me using it. Great photo of you in your 27 Canadian touring.
Thanks and yes. Tomaso just built me a new engine for the Touring and she runs great.
Loved living there as a kid. Not a hunter but I love to fish and fishing was good on those days.