Summer time equals picnic time and today’s ‘Vintage Photo Tuesday‘ is showcasing family and friends enjoying this long-standing tradition.
Waiting patiently for the fun to begin.
Box Lunch Picnic.
No blanket or basket needed, just friends and family to make the day complete-1920’s.
Sometimes you don’t even need food to just have fun hanging in the summer sun (circa 1940’s).
When the temperature dips down at night, warm yourself by the portable barbecue (1950’s).
A fashionable family picnic (I love everyone’s look in this photo).
The note that went out to the friends before this 1930’s event happened (what I think was said): “Dear friends, I would like to have a picnic at the lake, ladies wear white and men wear striped shirts and white pants. See you there, Love Mabel”.
“Patty and her picnic lunch”. How about Patty and her amazing 1940’s look?!
Saddle shoes and plaid socks (the young woman is so adorable).
Bicycling to the picnic spot (1920’s).
“I present the Hot Dog!”
Cheers to good times!
I hope you had fun browsing today’s vintage photos, I know I had a blast spending time with these images and imagining the good times they all must have had.
Have a great Tuesday Friends!