May 3, 2019 38 miles. Later start this morning gave time for a little local exploration. Out at the edge of town, spotted this machine planting broccoli seedlings. Eight ladies sitting on the back feeding the seedlings into a mechanism which put them in the ground. The amazing thing was it planted 16 rows moving about as fast as you would normally walk.
Oh, and being Friday, spotted a couple garage sales, Pat came out with this, just no accounting for some folks taste,,,,,
When the official tour began, first stop was at a miniature horse ranch,,,,
And we did obey all the signs,,,,
One little baby out in the pasture, so-o-o-o sleepy,,,
On to Santa Ynez and the Carriage Museum,,,,,
After lunch, we took another one of those crowded Model T roads that they have down here,,,,
Which took us to Nojoqui Falls. Now they had these signs, kind of a CYA thing I think, ignored by everyone. Got to admit, it was a little bit of a mountain goat trail...
Falls were really pretty,,,,
Next stop was Mission Santa Ines.
When we came out to the parking lot, came upon a "quince era" celebration, taking pictures of this young girl in this fabulous dress. Her photog asked if she could use our cars as a backdrop. Funny the things that cross paths with us.....
Anyway, tonight was the final banquet, stuffed us to the gills. There was a special award made to a good Samaritan observed under a car assisting with a muffler,,,,, Call Barbara for mobile repairs!!!
There were door prizes, our gang won some,,,
And finally, a picture of all the attendees from Santa Clara Valley Model T Ford Club.
The end. Goodnight Mrs. Calabash, wherever you are.