What a lovely international day, with visitors from several countries. A couple of friends dropped by, too. Among our 18 visitors today were. . . .
. . . yet another joyful, smiling, interesting couple from the Brisbane area in Australia.. . . .
. . . this delightful father and son from Germany. The son spoke perfect English (and, by the way, was ridiculously handsome!), and the father is just now learning English but doing a great job of it. He did say he was having a bit of trouble understanding "Okie", but then who doesn't? They came on motorcycles.
. . . this couple from Wales, although I mistook him for an Aussie because of that hat, and because he greeted us with "G'day". They were fun!
Frequent visitor Jon Edwards from Tahlequah, OK dropped by, on his motorcycle as usual. He just rescued a '50s era Packard from the crusher and he brought a photo of it. It's unbelievable that someone would crush such a lovely car in such great condition! It runs and he'll be restoring it soon.
Friend Brenda from Akron, OH also stopped by on her way home from a trip in which she visited with several folks along the Mother Road. This very afternoon, she had lunch with Tattoo Man at the famous Hank's Hamburgers on Route 66 in Tulsa.