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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Seaside Classic Car Show

Seaside, Oregon ~ September 8, 2007

Quite a number of people roll into Seaside for classic car shows. Some bring their cars, some bring cameras, and some just bring themselves.



That seems to be Lewis and Clark in the background trying to figure out what the Radio Flyer is all about. I can't say I know the answer, either.


One of the favorite places to watch the cars strut their stuff is this traffic circle on Seaside's boardwalk. That's Tillamook Head in the background. A lofty rainforest trail skirts the ocean along the bluff.


And almost any day is a good excuse to fly kites in Seaside. The town has something of a carnival air, and people like to come here for a day or weekend of seaside fun.

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10 comments:

Leif Hagen said...

The driver of that green car should ride around town with an armed guard! That car is a real gem!

cieldequimper said...

I'd rather have the car without the armed guard!

cieldequimper said...

P.S.: Tillamook as in cheese and yoghurt?

tapirgal said...

Yes, Ciel, their factory is on the other side of that stretch of cliff, maybe another 45 min. or hour's drive. I should post a few photos while I'm showing the area.

Halcyon said...

That red ryder is funny! Must be a fast wagon.

B SQUARED said...

WONDERFUL CARS!

JM said...

These are some great cars!

Carry said...

It seems like a pretty nice area. There's a lot of open space there, so there's room for a gathering of cars and people. Anyway, the cars look great. Even that wagon car, heh heh!

-Carry Bacot

Patrick said...

@cielde: are you talking about the white car, or the big red wagon? Hahaha, seriously, the white one is great. It has a somewhat serious look to it that one might associate with classic cars, but it has a style of its own that makes it distinct.

-Patrick Gauer

Naomi Champy said...

Lots to see, lots to meet, and getting inspired by unique car designs – all these are reasons why I fancy car parades! The Radio Flyer was a surprise. I wonder if it actually runs on an engine.

Naomi Champy

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