Wow! What luck we had today! So as we're taking photos at Evansburg State Park, (more on that later,) we saw a 1912 Ford go by with the folks in the car dressed as though it were, well, 1912 at least! (see photo below) So as we were leaving the park, we saw a few more coming down the road. I flipped a u-turn and followed the cars. Sure enough, a few miles away, they had gathered at an antique store in Skippack, PA. We pulled over and took Evan to see some old timey cars, some of them over 100 years old! He really enjoyed it, making car noises, playing with the wheels, and looking under the chassis! The cars were owned by members of the HCCA, or Horseless Carriage Club of America, a group of early car enthusiasts who are part of the "Brass in Bucks County Tour."