Recent beautiful photos on the forum have encouraged me to go through my latest snapshots...
A nice late afternoon drive...
Umm, that IS a beautiful picture!
Isn't it nice to live close to some of the greatest places to drive a Model T? No traffic and a lot of well maintained roads are a pleasure.
As an aside, there were Indians in this area the French referred to as the Nez Pique in reference to tattoos on their noses. The Nez Perce had pierced noses. There is a bayou, Bayou Nezpique, just west of here that feeds into the Mermentau River, another Indian related name.
Yes, Richard, it is. We left FL for here and know that we've made the right move. We miss friends, but don't miss the humidity or congestion. Life on the ranch is good.
The views in Indiana this time of year are great! If you like corn. The beans are nice to!
here the corn is sold by local farmer 2 miles out on the highway. It's an un-manned booth with a big wooden box with their farm's name on it and a little metal cash box nailed to the side. It's a busy place with folks stopping constantly. Corn is possibly the best I've ever had.
Amazing to live in an area where product or cash thefts are minimal to non-existant at an unmanned booth. This ain't Florida.
"The mountains are calling and I must go." - John Muir
I wearing a T-shirt with that quote on it right now. They sure are taller but I like the ones with trees.
Scott that is wonderful area. We need more snap shots.
Here are a few more pictures from the internet. We need a national to,. say in Cody, and we could drive the area in our T's:
https://www.google.com/maps/place/Clarks+Fork+Canyonemail@example.com,-109.3029319,3a,75y/data=!3m8!1e2!3m6!1sAF1QipMk9H5kSF0zNu3stOjIZLSE Ai2LIMIhUqw_MDbX!2e10!3e12!6shttps:%2F%2Flh5.googleusercontent.com%2Fp%2FAF1QipM k9H5kSF0zNu3stOjIZLSEAi2LIMIhUqw_MDbX%3Dw129-h86-k-no!7i5039!8i3355!4m5!3m4!1s0x 534ebf9d00049fcd:0xc1134ab186202713!8m2!3d44.8474473!4d-109.3029319
That didn't work. Try Googling "Clark's Fork Canyon" and turn on the satellite view. It's beautiful!
Vern, I live by, “I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in.” and Especially "I went out for a walk in the forest and found my soul"
I just returned from a trip to Mt. Whitney one of John's special places at 14,506'.
I often think something like this when driving my T,
"I went out for a drive in my T and found my soul". Gene Carrothers I'm sure John Muir would have enjoyed a Model T.