My daughter was in control of the camera and is responsible for all the shots, including those that appear somewhat, "artsy".
My dad got in this shot. He was talking to the owner of this car when this picture was taken--the fellow was saying something about putting the grandchildren in the back and tying them to a parachute.....
This shot shows a little of the yard. These are the Model A's all lined up for viewing.
My daughter thought this hood ornament looked like a chicken--I have to agree with her. I didn't think chickens could fly! Maybe they did in the days of the Model A!
This car was imported to Canada from Northern California and is apparently quite rare. This car was manufactured by Henry Ford to attract the female buyer.
This car was exported from Canada to Norway before the war. During the war, the farmer in Norway who owned the car dismantled it and stored the pieces at many of the neighbours. He had dismantled the car to keep the invading Germans from taking it. Once the war was over, he put the car back together. This car is now back on Canadian soil and is in the hands of only its 5th owner since it was manufactured!
This is another shot of the yard. Notice the long johns hanging on the line.
These last shots were taken inside Kilby General Store. The items in this store / museum really take you back in time.