Sunday, June 15, 2008

On the Front Porch of Smock House.

A Man and Two Women on the Porch of Smock House, playing Guitar and Banjo.Sherwood residents Dale and Linda assist Lilly Morgan in a folk sonata. We might be in the 1890s, except that the annual "Cruisin' Sherwood" car show is visible through the open doors and windows of Smock House. Cruisin' organizers like to photograph their vehicles with Old Town in the background: Makes 'em feel like 25 Cent gas all over again.


Anonymous said...

1890s except for the high-tech running shoes!!!

Clyde said...

Of course we knew that. We sometimes put details like that in our photos just to see who's paying attention. Very good.

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