I caught one photo posted on FB T club sight only. Steve must be running the drivers "Hell bent for leather." Many long days for this one I'll bet.
Geo n L.A.
There are some pictures on his blog:
See the post More Flat Country Tour Prep . On Oct 5, Steve posted some tour photos to that post. The first day was the longest. 185 miles on mostly dirt roads. We had to stop for cattle in the road, and then by buffalo on the road. Second day was the limestone bridges in Cowley County and the drive was a little over a hundred miles. Sunday we took in two museums and went to lunch in an old mill, built in 1874, and recently converted into a restaurant. Mileage was about sixty. Steve probably won't post any more pictures until he returns from Hershey. Ed
Yep, I'm on the road to PA. Jerry Hoffmann posted a nice tour photo by Steve Tredway on FB. I may have some time to put up a few sometime in the next week if I'm not too busy at Hershey.
Many thanks to Ed and Steve for putting this on.
I was only able to go Friday. Nine cars started and nine finished as far as I know.
With the wind, temp, and clincher tires, the 6 hour morning drive was pretty hard-core in an open car.
There was a lot of nice scenery that most people don't see every day.
Notice no cattle fences in the 4th picture.
No fences for the buffalo area either, but I didn't get a picture.
Hopefully others will put up more and better pictures of the full weekend.
Steve, I am glad that I a not the only one that works on things all the time, then can't get my own stuff in line for a trip. I do it a lot, and have thrown in the towel after serious all night wrench-fests as well.
I really miss that rural Midwest driving in a T... *sigh*
Beautiful pictures. As a matter of fact I stole the photo of the three T's driving past the round top barn and it's now my screen saver.