Antiques on the Square

No, shut up, I’m not talking about myself. An antique car club (the cars are antique, not the club nor the members) are touring the area and they came to the Friday Night band concert last night. The Moonlight Big Band played those cornball big-band oldies.

Here are a couple of pictures of some of the cars parked around the Square.

 

 

And here are a couple of pictures of the concert venue and crowd.

 

A fine time was had by all.

I ate hot dogs.

Fine time.

WRITING PROMPT: Whatever time and place a person is in, chances are there is music, and chances are there has been music for a long time. What does the music sound like in your work-in-progress’ or in your own place and time? What did it sound like when your main character or you were young? Before the character’s or your time?

MA

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One thought on “Antiques on the Square

  1. Mary Montague Sikes - Monti

    June 4, 2011 at 11:45am

    Amazing how wonderful those cars look. Some of them a few years ago might have been considered junk! Love it that you took photos of them. For the past two years, there’s been a really popular antique car show in Jupiter FL right across from the Cardinals Stadium while we were there. I never once thought to take a photo!!! Silly me.

    Monti
    NotesAlongTheWay

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      Marian Allen

      June 4, 2011 at 1:19pm

      It was sweet to me to look at the Model Ts and remember my grandfather telling me about his learning to drive in a Model T. 🙂

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  2. Dani Greer

    June 7, 2011 at 12:25am

    Gosh, I wouldn’t mind living someplace that purty.

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