What I thought might be a dud of a day turned into an incredibly good one. Never mind the morning drizzle and the dark, gloomy atmosphere. It didn't prevent a lot of people from cruising Route 66, and a good number of them stopped at Afton Station. There were 42 altogether. Twenty-one of them were from the Tulsa 'Vette Set which, if you didn't figure it out immediately, arrived in a glorious parade of Corvettes.
Coincidentally, just as the 'Vette folks were touring my showrooms, a fellow walked down the street wearing stilts, the kind that guys wear when they're working on ceilings or high walls. Being far pushier than I'd ordinarily be, I thrust my camera into his hand and asked him to take photos of the parked Corvettes from his lofty perch. He was most happy to do so, so here are a couple of 'Vette picks taken from above.
Here's the whole happy group!