This calendar has been hanging up on the wall at work. It's an NH calendar, with two black era Ts for the month of January. One has a clear NH historical plate of some sort, the other I can't really make out.
Just wondering if any of you guys recognize them! Look like nice restorations. Both have the skis and tracks with two rear mounted wheels.
The Wood bodied open express may be one owned by Steve Rosen and I think that he lives in Franklin, NH.
The other may belong to Brian Barden of Dublin, NH.
That photograph was taken at Muster Field Farm in North Sutton, NH. The Farm is having it's annual Ice Harvest this Sunday, January 21st beginning around 9:00 AM. While the ice is being cut on Kezar Pond and then brought up to the farm there are a half dozen or so snowmobiles giving rides at the farm.
You ought to go John, it is grand fun and quite educational. I attended last year in my runabout. I am too sick now to go this year. Here is a link to my report of last year's Harvest:
Wow that was fast. Thanks Bill! I'll look into it, It would be quite last minute.
Yes, my notification leaves only short time to schedule a trip, too bad that you did not inquire earlier.
If you have an interest is seeing some snowmobiles in their native habitat, running around in the snow and giving rides, go to the website of the Snowmobile Club and scroll around to find their list of upcoming events. The Big Meet is the first weekend of February in Rochester, NH.
Use this link:
Loads of fun!
John, here are some photos taken a last years Model T Ford Snowmobile Club's Annual Meet in Tamworth, New Hampshire.
Isn't the 4th picture down the same "Haunted" Snow T currently at the MTFCA Museum ???
Yes. I took that picture of Lenny Smith's snowmobile at a meet in West Ossipee held at the site of the Snowmobile Company's former factory. It has since been torn down. I think that the meet was in 2002. Bill
Looks fun! Maybe next year