An unmailed post card circa 1960. I worked at Lenox Square when I was in school and remember this gas station well. It was on the corner of Lenox Road and East Paces Ferry. The back of the card says "Gulf's Catenary Canopy Service Station".
For a number of years I have been a Peachtree Road Race start line volunteer, specifically the "A runners" wave which is right behind the elite or seeded runners. My job is to keep slower, non A runners from mixing with the A runners. The weather was the best in memory, in the low 60s when the race started.
From the left, an Olive Egger which is a cross between a brown egger and a blue egger, , a Cream Legbar(blue egger), and a Lavender Ameraucana (blue egger). Just two months old and will not lay for another three months. A possum got my two Black Copper Marans.
Excellent color in glass with browning rims. Good fruit and body on palate. Artificial acidification evident but softens with aeration. A solid and straightforward cab if not too complex. No sediment. At peak and should hold another year or two. 88/100.
Another amusing unmailed post card circa 1920s courtesy of Ebay. Note the poor little dog's leash is actually a fairly large chain! I wonder if this was just a coincidence or if some message was intended?