the Model T Ford Club of America celebrated its 50th anniversary by rolling through the foothills of Alberta in the middle of July. More than 100 cars from Alberta and as far away as Florida used Cochrane, Alberta as base camp while they toured the countryside. Most cars were brought on trailers but some folks like Ed and Karen Archer of California drove the entire route on backroads. As the Model Ts lined the streets for a show-and-shine one sunny afternoon it was an impressive sight. Cars and trucks from 1911 - 1927 were shined up for the day...well most of them were. And, most were true to the original designs with two exceptions - cup holders and GPSs.