I wonder if they had to flag the cane poles for saftey?
Nice Herb. Thanks
some pretty puny pike for dinner!
Grandpa, Daddy and Uncle. Probably the 1st or oldest grandchild, if there were more or boys they WOULD have been in that picture. She looks happy with 3 men wrapped around her finger! lol
Very Clean and straight car. Must be almost brand new? A great period photo. Thanks for posting.
Those pike will make some tasty eating but their full of bones.The little Y bone is hard to remove and we always had bread on the table! Bud.
I can't get over how the men wear suits for fishing! Must have been their, "Old Clothes". I can remember when there were just the old clothes and the new clothes or the best clothes. There was no casual, formal or simi formal! Things have surely changed.
Early 1914 Touring with what appears to be a Corcoran tail lamp.
Ken in Texas
What is the can on the running board for?
Doug, that "can" is a carbide generator for making acetylene to light the gas headlights.