Well, usually it's one of the best. Unfortunately, it was a cloudy, threatening night, which means a lot of people stayed home.
Too bad for them, because it turned out to be one of the nicest nights for a car cruise that I can remember in a long time. It wasn't hot like it can get here in the summer. It wasn't really cold. It was just a nice, perfect, cool but not uncomfortable night beneath the shadow of the Liberty City Hall and the World War I memorial statue.
And unlike some installments of this event, the cloudy skies meant you could get there a little late, and still get a primo parking spot. The only thing I didn't like was that they didn't block the streets like they normally do, so I was all freaked out that BHo was going to get run into by some damn Honda Accord or a minivan or some other dirty crap box when he stepped back to take his pictures. My fears were for not, however, as we all came out unscathed.
There were still a few nice cars there, though. I'd say around 50 or 60 of them showed up, which actually isn't that bad of a turnout considering. If this had been a normal parking lot show and not spread all the way around Downtown Liberty, it would still look like a lot of vehicles.
This is one of those double slideshow deals. The first one is my usual snapshots of the cars. The second one consists of seven-year-old BHo's photographic masterpieces. He was really into the emblems tonight, so if you like car emblems, be sure to check it out.