On the Western National Tour now. Over 120 cars.
120 cars !!! Big tour. Have fun Larry. Post some pics.
Here are a few pictures from the San Diego group attending the tour.
on the way to Drakes Bay
Beautiful images ...
Thanks for posting !
With over 120 cars, I sure hope we get a LOT of pictures! Dave
WAIT 120 model Ts ???
WE DEFINITELY NEED PICTURES
Francis FORD Coppola winery
Sorry about lack of focus on above picture
Resized on phone while having lunch in beautiful Northern Cal
Did you try to focus the picture before or after the trip to the winery?
Great event so far. Having a wonderful time . Here's a couple shots from the Point Reyes lighthouse overlooking Drake's Bay.
Even with a full tank of gas I don't think any of my Model T's would pull a hill like that!
The redwoods empire club has put together beautiful drives. Having coffee on the sonoma plaza.
Thank you for a great tour
Today was Sonoma and Jack London park
These were all parked round the Sonoma central square
Jack London park.
The drive back was loads of fun.
Great tour so far - headed to Fort Ross on the coast this a.m.
The host Club members have been quite friendly to everyone here - "hats off" to the REMTC !!!
Here's a partial line-up at the Nelson's place stopped for our Monday afternoon root-beer floats !
Some more photos from the tour:
That looks so comfortable ....:
Day four, a couple shots of the Pacific Coast Highway.
Today was Fort Ross and Bodaga Bay. It was windy ....
We stopped on Hwy 1 to take pictures, much too twisty to look and drive. Fort Ross was amazing, built over two hundred (200) years ago and still standing in that climate. This was the original building, most of the of the others have been damaged as the fort sits on a earthquake fault.
Cold and windy on the coast but warm and sunny inland with so many wineries and dairy farms on some beautiful T roads made a great tour!
Jenner CA bay
Not everyone had smooth sailing today.
But there were great people to help with problems.
Today we enjoyed a tour of Sturgeon's lumber mill and a BBQ.
We had a beautiful day for our last day of touring.
Cindy Pharis is listening to the docent tell about the Steam Donkey.
Today tour was to a local antique saw mill. This was built when men were men and there were no lazer guided band saws. It is amazing to me that this equipment was originally brought into the area by the Korbel brother in the later 1880ís.
This is the top view of the circular saw.
A 1924 Dorris, only one still running?
Here is an article from out visit to the mill.
http://www.sonomawest.com/sonoma_west_times_and_news/news/slideshow-national-mod el-t-club-convention-visits-sturgeon-s-mill/article_e34e7da6-6c2b-11e8-a3d8-63eb 73a149b9.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=email&utm_campaign=user-share
What a great tour ! Redwood Empire M.T.C. did a stellar job putting this together and made everyone feel welcome !!!
Here's a shot of our '14 Touring in Freestone at the old water tank on our way to Sturgeon's Mill.
Steve, That's a great picture! Was great talking to you guys!
Likewise Gene - there was some great folks on this tour !
As soon as I can shrink more photos, I'll post more - Diane took a lot also.
What a fantastic tour!
I am plum Tuckered out.
On display at at the Coppola winery.
I'm glad you folks had a good time, that's what we were shooting for. Hope to have more pictures up soon.