A four day tour by five of the Finger Lakes.
A glorious ending to a T Tour
Nice pictures. Looked like a nice tour. I noticed the "poor Model A" always at the rear!
I wish I could have been with you Dan. That part of N.Y. is so pretty. If I didn't have to put up with your winters, and your humidity in the summers, I could live back there. Thanks for posting, and I see that Model A is at the rear where it should be!
Hey Dan, next time you have one let me know, I am in the Corning area.
Great pictures Dan; thanks for sharing. And I have to say, if someone described to me a depot hack with all that wood painted black instead of varnished, it would not sound attractive at all, but that picture is of one beautiful (and unique because of the all black color) depot hack! Is that a new addition to your "collection"? Would love to see more photos of that one,......"BEAUTIFUL"!
Ernie - You may claim to be in Corning but those in the know realize that Painted Stick is not the real Corning unless you work for the Glass works.
Harold, Glad you liked the picture of the Express. The painted wood is probably more correct than varnish. It is a beautiful vehicle with an interesting history. It is not my new addition. It was in a museum on one of our stops (Rose Hill Mansion, Geneva).
The Model A that toured with us has an interesting history. That member also has a T. The car belonged to his wife's grandfather. He bought it when it was a year old, and was his only transportation until 1972.
I've always wondered if there is a "thumb" lake to go with the fingers?
Did you tour Lake Keuka/Hammondsport area ? Grandma had a farm on the eastern mountainside..... ah, memories !
No, we didn't. We were based in Auburn NY. Lakes we toured were Owasco, Skaneateles, Otisco, Cayuga, and Seneca. In a few weeks we are T'ing to Hammondsport (Curtis Museum, and few wineries)
When I lived in Corning we visited many of the wineries and the lakes .
I looked for fingers in the lakes and didn't find any
Don't remember seeing fingers in the wine either-
We liked Bully Hill Winery the best.... only their red wine stains the glass.... and everything else. West side of the lake, a Taylor namesake, didn't want to sell his family name to the corporation..... bully for him !!! Please post pictures. Thanks !!