On behalf of club members who participated, Steve & Debbie Sanborn (tour organizers, in what I believe was a 20s touring with top up), Vinny, Pat & Jake Greco (in their 23-touring with top up), Nancy (our A member) with Mr. T Clark, club Secretary Ken & Sandy LeBlanc (1923 touring with top up), Warren & Hunter (a.k.a. my shadow) Henderson (the only members brave enough to have their, 1-man top down while touring) I want to THANK Steve and Debbie for putting on yet another great tour! We traveled over some of the most scenic back roads (paved and dirt) to be found in the State of New Hampshire on our 55-mile trip from Bow to Newbury. There we had reserved parking at the town dock and enjoyed picnic lunches while displaying our vehicles for the Old Home Day Celebration. There were many things to see and do, Steve and Debbie even arranged to have the cars washed while we ate lunch! Later we continued touring (using routes NH-103 & US 202) on the 28-mile trip to Beech Hill Farm in Hopkinton for a mandatory ice cream stop!! Ken and Sandy had over 175 total miles leaving and returning from Haverhill, Mass., Steve and Debbie, living in Newbury, NH had more miles than I did. I myself had a total of 111 miles in Taurus (my 1926 Model T touring), It goes without saying, we all enjoyed another fantastic tour with club members and wish that more of you could have been along for the ride with us.
Nice video Warren!
You guys rip right along!
Very nice. As I'd stated before on our posts, we've toured many of those same roads and agree, there aren't many places that are as scenic
Thank you Gary, I agree with you 1,000 percent!!!!
here's another video you may enjoy:
Nice video. Too bad the weather wasn't better. Now I see WHY the cars got a wash while you ate lunch!
Tim, we luck out, as the only time it rained was when we were eating our picnic lunches in Newbury. The rest of the day it was just cloudy and I did the entire tour (driving part) with my top down!
I can remember, back in the early fifties, my Dad saying whenever we were on our way to Maine for his two week vacation if it was cloudy or rainy "it was a good day for traveling and the wet roads will help keep the tires cool".
This was taken just before we got started, that man was telling me "when I was a boy my granddad had one just like it", bet you never heard that before!