I indicated that The Producer and I would be donning our hazmat suits to attend the Views outing this week. There were several requests for a photo of that occurrence. The most sincere came from Luanne Castle, the talented poet. So here it is, and thanks to Luanne. There were also request’s for next week’s Ninja get-ups. I’ll handle those next week.
Our bus is ready. The food is packed. We will unload at the church where the bazaar is being held. Today we are serving Standing rib roast au jus, twice baked potatoes, haricot verts almondine, stuffed squab breast, dessert, hot brownie, and vanilla bean ice cream. As usual, there are top-shelf liquors, Silver Oak Cabernet, and Groth Chardonnay. Our entertainment today is Joe Diffie with a holiday song.
Of course, I couldn’t post all the photos, but hopefully, this will give you an idea of the event.
First up is a work in progress. This is a 1952 Ford Ranch Wagon.
A Jeep CJ with a custom paint job.
A 1954 Rolls Royce
The 1930s Modal A ford pick up truck
1959 MGA roadster
A 1957 Thunderbird. Growing up in Detroit, I saw many of these
A 1954 Chevy Bel-Aire coupe
A 1930s Ford Model, A Sedan.
A 1966 Cadillac Coupe de Ville. It has been modified.
A 1931 Ford model A Three Windo Coupe
The bazaar was inside (yeek). Here is a shot of some of the booths.
Santa was on a break.
I love the sign at this booth.
Here is an overall shot to give you an idea of how the bazaar looked.
Well, that’s it for this week. Please stay and have some more to eat and during. Joe will take us out of here with Rudolf the Red-Necked Reindeer.