Friday, October 21, 2016

Can-Am Model T tour in September

Pat and his 1912 Torpedo Roadster Model T Ford in front of the murial on what is now the Studebaker Building in Harrington, Wa.  This was our lunch stop on the first day of the tour.
 Some of the crops on the way to Spokane for the Can Am tour
 More of the tour cars in this Palouse country.
 More scenery with the train.  These trains are probably primarily for the transport of grain and other crops from the area.
 An old homestead.  Yes the trees lean over.  Our first day of touring was very hot and windy.  The second day was rainy, cold and windy.  I did not take my camera the second day, but wish that I had, as there was some more spectacular scenery.
 This is a photo of a mountain (I do not know which one) on our way home along the I-5.
There were cows just across the fence from our KOA campsite, near Burlington.  No, this is not our motor home.  :)
It was a very well organized tour and enjoyable despite the weather.

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