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Now these pictures are kinda interesting. See, I'd always thought that the car in these pix was a Buick, because that was the make that my grandfather always favored. So, I looked online to make sure...but it's not a Buick at all! What could it be? I'd found a website that showed pictures of practically every antique car ever made, and I checked out various makes, with no luck. Then I clicked on Pierce Arrow (getting desperate)...still no luck. For some reason, I went to the page before, and there it was! This car is a 1919 Pan Touring Car Model A....Okay, I'm 99% certain that nobody here has ever heard of a Pan. They were made in Minneapolis, and the company was only in business for two years, so there weren't very many of them....But this was one:
OMG! Carol, I am in awe of your pictures and what you have done with them in your layouts. Just beautiful.
I am so inspired by them that at ten o'clock at night, as I am working on the final touches of Kiara's 6th birthday pages, I am fighting the urge to chuck current layout aside and run around the house and grab the few old photos I have of my parents, grandparents and great grandparents and start a heritage album.