Leisurely departure from home at 8:45, dropped the dog off at 9:10, got a parking ticket while dropping the dog off at 9:15, met the traveling group at 9:45 at the Coyote exit on 101.
And off we went in our caravan of four. Meneelys, Fontaines, Bratts and Ernie and Mike Roeder. Not much happens when you are cruising down I5, except maybe you start to count things. Here is what we counted.We noticed tomato trucks heading north on I5, so we counted them. By the time we started up the Grapevine, we had counted 267 of these double trailer tomato trucks. They were coming out of all the various side roads all the way down to the Grapevine. Somewhere up there in northern California, there is one hell of a pile of tomatoes to process. Lunch at Harris Ranch.
At a rest stop on I5, we spied another Model T. Bob and Mary Jane from Motherlode T’s going to San Diego also.
312 miles for the day, that’s enough on the broken pavement of I5!!!!