Shortly after Ron M., Phil, Robin, and I arrived at Afton Station this morning, a huge and extremely ominous wall cloud rolled in from the west. We scrambled to protect the Packard we'd just driven out of the garage, then stood in awe of the sky and wondered what kind of nastiness it would bring. About 20 minutes later the cloud rolled right past Afton and the sun came out. The day became, as a later Dutch guest informed me, a zonnig weer, which means "a nice day". No rain, no hail, no nothing.
From that moment on, it turned into a typical very busy Saturday. Robin and Phil left to run errands, and Marly and Betty arrived to spend several hours with us as we greeted guest after guest.
A number of our guests were either traveling to or from the big National Ford Shelby meet in Tulsa.this weekend. Here's a great looking '68 Mustang being driven by a fellow from Siloam Springs, AR.
Our popular long sleeved white t-shirts have been replenished. The first batch virtually flew out the door. And tomorrow we might have another surprise to reveal. Think Pepsi. See you tomorrow.