the movie, "American Experience: Henry Ford" it's a flick worth watching. Henry Ford called his first horseless carriage the "quadricycle". It had 28 inch wheels and a top speed of 20 miles per hour. Hmm...sound familiar?? In that movie, there was this figure. A bicycle with a motor became motorcycle. And then from the motorcycles evolved the first "Victoria", a primitive quadricycle made up of two ladies bicycles joined together by a central platform which housed the working parts.
|The "Victoria" quadricycle was made of up two ladies bicycles|
Then we had lunch on the patio at PJ & Company on Wells Avenue.
the wooden crate box we had built for our cat by installing the brass hardware and custom made leather straps that John's dad made. This deserves a special post on its own.
Other than that, our family cooked dinner. We made ham, corn, salad and deviled eggs and sangria for dinner. I had a really nice weekend with my family and I hope you also had a nice one!!
Photos from the Picasa Web Album John and Maggie's Visit
and the Picasa Web Album Reno 10-Miler.