I went to the prayer table as usual:
and then I went up to Saratoga Springs and took in the auto museum. Despite it being an auto museum, there is a horse in front(this is Saratoga)
Yep, it's a car museum:
And Elvis was there, of course!
The second floor is the better , as it focuses on cars with New York connection. This a Playboy, a car that was briefly made in Buffalo, and lent its name to a magazine:
Charles Lindbergh's Franklin, made in Syracuse.
and the most famous New York car, The Piece Arrow from Buffalo:
and since I'm back on the revolutionary war beat, I stopped at the Battlefield: