These friends were doing Route 66 together, and a very diverse group they were. They came from (left to right) Great Britain, India, Canada, and Latvia! All had been friends for many years.
The gentleman from England has several interesting and rare Packards. We established that we were both invited to display our cars at the 100th Anniversary of Packard in the late 90s. Here's the photo he showed me of his Packard woody.
From Fayetteville, Arkansas came this train spotter. He stopped in to see the museum, then asked if he could come back to Afton Station throughout the day to use the bathroom, etc. as he planned to make his temporary headquarters down at the railroad tracks so he could photograph and video each train that came through Afton. It's his hobby, along with his large model train layout. He said he does this all the time in different small towns. Now, that's a true hobbyist!