I don't know what is going on here.
That roadster owner thought picking his own strawberries was a drive-through affair!
Also, while that beat up pickup is right up my alley, the farthest right touring car looks fantastically pretty whatever it is.
That touring might not be to tough to identify. Looks like cloverleaf roadster.
Hard to tell, but that may be a Haynes Cloverleaf Roadster. One in Kokomo museum near me.
It's an Easter Egg competition with cars.
You've heard of Golf, and of Disk Golf?? Well this is Model T Golf!! I think the car in the middle of the picture is caught "in the rough." Must have missed the fairway.
Wonder whats up with the car in the center of the field with the horse? Maybe they were trying to hem it up and this guy was the one who caught him. Maybe.
That is a Haynes V12 Four Door Roadster, about 1919.List $3250.One hell of an automobile. And one of many well built cars from Indiana. Some well -heeled farmer had this. Or his wife. Flock of women there.
I think there was a gathering at the place with the deck on the far right. Most people are there. Those cars in the field decided to park on the other side of the road and got stuck. They could drive away from the road but not go back toward the road. The horse is going to be used to pull the roadster out and later it will help the others get out.
"Dang-blast it. Somebody must have switched the dang detour signs and led everybody down a dead end road. Now we're all stuck here without enough gas to go back. I see one feller out thar in the field, tryin' ta trade his automobile for a horse."