Must've had a steering issue resulting in the car running into the brush pile. Not a good day for these fellers.
As always, nice pic Herb!
Great picture of everyday life that rarely was caught back when cameras were rare. I think maybe they drove it up in the grass just to get a better ground clearance for some adjustments without having to use a jack?
I see he has Dean Yoder's trailer on. I hope Dean gets it back.
Quite the load, the trailer is full and so is the back seat.
".....and take it out of gear."
Herb -- thanks for posting. I agree with Roger -- I think they parked there to make it easier to get under the car.
If it has the metal end caps on the arm rests, it would be a late 1916. While zooming in and out -- I think I see them -- but as always a higher resolution photo would probably make it clear one way or the other.
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Judging by the kerosene lantern suspended from he spare tire, they must have to do a lot of "on the road" repairs.