We rode the motorcycle to Jamesport and ate at our favorite Mennonite place. From there we went to Cameron to see my cousin, Gerald. We were pleasantly surprised to find two of his daughters there whom I had not seen in years! I'm not sure if they liked us crashing their party, but it was great from our point of view. I had the opportunity to take pictures of some of Gerald's completed projects.
Below is a car he's currently restoring. I did a video so you could hear it run, although the main thing you will hear is people talking.
I'm just throwing the following video for those who have way too much time on their hands. 24 Highway used to be the main route from Kansas City to St. Louis. A small piece of the original is left, running perhaps twelve miles, from Lexington to Napoleon, Missouri. On our way home yesterday I made a video, starting as we were leaving Lexington and ending up in my little home town, where the yearly fair is going on this weekend. Cliff doesn't like Iris Dement, so he said he HAD to turn the sound off to enjoy the video. He mentioned that it seemed like a bumpy ride; I agreed. Then he said, "But then, I was going quite a bit faster than I usually do."