It took something special to knock the photo of my son from its top spot on this page.
Well, here are some UNBELIEVABLE cans that a fellow collector emailed me photos of (sure wish they were mine)!
While you're here you need to take a look at this amazing photo of 30's cans ("this is 1/3 of a bunch of cans found by a
guy in Canada who got them from the son of a gentleman that picked them up
while traveling the west coast back in the 30's" - photo compliments of Barry Travis)
Here's a photo of my son*, Thomas, at a Fish & Game Club in upstate New York.
I have never been to this spot when the undergrowth wasn't extremely thick, so I haven't done a very
thorough job of scouting for cans. I was able to find a few typical flat tops from the area on the surface.
If you like largemouth bass this is the place to be!
*Son resides at the Steve Gordon Breweriana Museum and is not for sale.
This 1947 Senate lithograph calendar* came via a trade with a fellow Rusty Bunch member.
I gave up a Senate Ale flat top for this piece.
*Calendar now resides in the Steve Gordon Breweriana Museum and is not for sale.