At last I got around to putting together a little video of the "Flat Country" tour.
Oh give me a home where the buffalo roam - - -
Looks like that was great touring! But from the sound of the wind and the pictures of the tall grass leaning over, it might have been hard holding a straight line sometimes.
Early October is usually pretty pleasant but by then you run the risk of what happened that day. Note that Verne Shirk, in the second car, has his side curtains on.
The second car back wasn't me. I was driving a 1914. BTW, that's not me in the photo.
Show me a home where the buffalo roam and I'll show you a filthy house.
Those are great T roads. We have many miles of roads like that here in Ca. but you gotta know where to find them and they are usually quite far away.
Thanks for posting that video, was nice you showed the other cars too.
I should have looked more closely. I saw that brass radiator and thought 1914. The second car, with the side curtains, is Chaddy Atteberry's 1915 touring.
Well that's why you keep side curtains under the seat!
Nice looking T roads Steve. Wish I could have been there! Those bison are interesting too.
Great roads, great cars, perfect!
This turkey vulture was watching us too. I don't know what for...maybe he or she thought there was a potential meal? This is an actual photo from the tour. It was cropped from a larger photo.