I have commented before about the huge homes up here in the North East. Most were so in the bitter winters they could have access to their barns and farm animals. Also to have room for the large families to move around and not get cabin fever.
Above are some of the nicer large homes we passed. Sadly some actually look like this
You know this house had many a glory day. Children were born here and some probably lay a-corpse, during a wake. A sadness to know, now it is an actual danger.
All these were shot on the go as many of Sandie’s barns are.
At the car show/Museum there was this 1914 S.B. rocket.
Cute car just could not compete with the T-model.
And yes Shirl, there was an Isetta:
And a homemade Isetta look alike
Plus an early attempt to build a flying machine. These wings that flapped but did not get off the ground were actual white chicken feathers woven into chicken wire.
Can’t say he didn’t try.
Thanks for reading this. At this time Fred and Gordon are in the air headed for Bangor. I will try to make one more entry before we leave out on Wednesday morning.
The happiness of your life depends on the quality of your thoughts.
I believe this is a Rolls Royce Landau from Owl Head, ME