Ocean to Ocean in a T

The Centennial of the 1909 Ocean to Ocean Endurance Contest

Michael J. Herschensohn
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Jul 13, 2009
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Seattle Rain Greets 50 Cars!

A joyous celebration greeted the 49 Fords that completed the entire trip. All participants were thrilled that the car that got rear ended in Wyoming by that nefarious garbage truck driver showed up for the concluding ceremonies.I've added the photos I took today in case you haven't had a chance to post yours. I've made no choices. The good and the bad shots are on line.See More
Jul 12, 2009
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Drumheller Ceremony

President Mark Emmert of the University of Washington and Mayor Greg Nickels of the City of Seattle will welcome the Model Ts. President Emmert and Mayor Nickels will place the celebratory wreath on the 1909 Model T. We are hoping that Katie will say a few words about filming the trip and the fun she had. No more than three or four minutes. Cars will encircle the fountain. Michael Killoren of Seattle's Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs will emcee the ceremony.I am looking forward to…See More
Jul 8, 2009
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We will be waiting for you here!

Blue skies and a beautiful view of Mt. Rainier will greet you, I am sure.
Jun 30, 2009
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Jun 30, 2009

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I am coordinating the arrival ceremony at Drumheller Fountain on the UW campus on July 12.

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As you approach Seattle, we will be talking to all the media. I would love it if someone amongst you is willing to chat by cell phone with local media as you come closer to Seattle. I promise to be very discrete with the information and not to pester you in the coming week. You can reach me at 206-615-1878 or at michael.herschensohn@seattle.gov. I work in the Seattle Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs managing the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition Centennial Celebration.

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Seattle Rain Greets 50 Cars!

A joyous celebration greeted the 49 Fords that completed the entire trip. All participants were thrilled that the car that got rear ended in Wyoming by that nefarious garbage truck driver showed up for the concluding ceremonies.

I've added the photos I took today in case you haven't had a chance to post yours. I've made no choices. The good and the bad shots are on line.

Posted on July 12, 2009 at 9:51pm

Drumheller Ceremony

President Mark Emmert of the University of Washington and Mayor Greg Nickels of the City of Seattle will welcome the Model Ts. President Emmert and Mayor Nickels will place the celebratory wreath on the 1909 Model T. We are hoping that Katie will say a few words about filming the trip and the fun she had. No more than three or four minutes. Cars will encircle the fountain. Michael Killoren of Seattle's Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs will emcee the ceremony.



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Posted on July 8, 2009 at 5:20pm

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