As the weather was nice we were able to take Carlo's 1951 Mercury out for a drive round the streets
of Mendon. It started first time after being idle for most of the winter.
Mendon streets are full of wild Turkeys and we met this male bird strutting about on the Main Street
Gaye is dressed for the occasion but in actual fact the car was nice and warm
A right poser
Outside the old railway station.
We drove up to the cemetery and the Veterans Memorial. Carlo's name appears on the middle memorial even though he is very much still alive. He served in the army in Korea.
This is the oldest house in Mendon and one of the few built with stone instead of wood.
The house we are staying at. The grass is all brown at the moment as it goes that way in winter and has been covered by snow for many weeks. It will soon come green and then will need watering all summer to keep it that way.