. . . in the Triumph TR8 requires a clean windscreen.
. . . was once a part of our stable.
Son Charlie’s TR6 has literally been restored one piece at a time. . . more than once.
John and son Charlie prepare for track time in Shannonville Motorsport Park in Ontario.
Another car show in Upper MI discovered en route to a Kingston, Ontario meet in ’89.
Our TR3 earned two trophies at a car show in Boulder Junction, WI. in’93.
Lois’s boys prepare to balance the carbs on our ’58 Triumph TR3 in ’85.
John and son Charlie maneuver an MG Midget for an engine replacement 42 years ago.
John and his ’high school ride.’
Stray paper is strewn around, and the gold watch studied as John’s grandfather puts the finishing touches on the weekly newspaper before it is sent to print.
The garden was just planted when Lois and her sister Joan posed for this photo in 1946 with their mother, grandfather and grandmother.
We survived and thoroughly enjoyed our waterfalls trek.
We certainly hope not . . . at least not with this Red Wing work boot.
Lois is off again looking for photos while John is left on his own to loll about.
Extended Point by Korrin Lohmano / Adam Valesano.
Lois needs a boost.
A Sand County Bench by Jacob Brault.
Our wedding photo taken on June 27, 1964. We are now officially beginning our golden years.
I’ll stick with you baby for a thousand years
Nothing’s gonna touch you in these golden years
Lois tends her flowers while John furnishes general maintenance and repair.
We were told that this yearling is considered a baby until he’s three. He took a shine to Lois.
On this day Lois celebrated her first birthday.
We didn’t start the fire, but we did enjoy the toasted marshmallows.
John and Joe, his carpenter, consult instructions for replacing the garage service door.
of John: Going from winter to spring . . . all in a day’s work.