I went to the Clinton Farmer’s Market today. What a crowd scene! I brought my Tablet to take some pictures, but the only real photo op was a display of some vintage cars. The cars reminded me of a previous experience, so this may turn into a Throw Back Thursday post.
My companions at the market included my sister Cheryl and great-nephew Sheppie. We were the three who walked across the street to see the cars. I love classic cars.
A fellow there showed us the engines of a couple of the cars and explained some of the mechanics involved. These were Franklin cars, which were apparently the best made at the time.
The cars reminded me of a time I dressed in 1920’s garb and posed near an old automobile.
I was unable to show my pictures of the other car at the time, but I can show them to my readers now.
Here is the car I remembered. It was parked in front of one of the Rutger Mansions in Utica, NY, for a fundraiser for the Landmarks Society of Greater Utica. But that isn’t the picture I really wanted to show.
Yes, this is me, impersonating a society lush from the 1920’s.
This picture was actually taken a year later than the previous one, but it us the same car.
I guess this also can count as a Non-Sequitur Thursday post, since I veered from farmers market to memories. Who says I can’t multitask?