Sunday, April 26, 2009

Lilly and Clyde at the Gas Engines Show

Sherwood Historical Society hill billies Lilly and Clyde staged their annual protest at the Antique Gasoline Engines Show again this year. Of course, like all the other times, their protest fell on deaf ears. "We should do away with all these new fangled contraptions." Lilly explained, "I can't even hear the water falls at Oregon City anymore." Clyde's bluegrass banjo didn't help quiet things down much either.


Anonymous said...

Clyde is from the "foothills" I'm from Mt. Home,AKA "The Schmeltzer District."

Anyways it was fun to see all those belts, pulleys, and wheels moving from the power of steam and gas. Next thing you know, we will have electric cars!!!

Clyde List said...

Hey there! Can you imagine how quiet the world would be then? The silence would drive us crazy!

Lilly Morgen said...

Only at Six Corners!!!!

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