Less Than 100

Less than 100 horsepower is made by this old timer power plant but it’s plenty enough to push the old girl up to 45mph or so, plenty fast enough considering the steering gear and other antique components! But the sound of the engine, the wind blowing around makes the ride seem a little less creepy to me. I never feel safe in anything unless I’m in control!

Country Roads and Mom’s Yard Decor

Three photos from I don’t know when actually when but they are all iPhone photos. Mom had a wonder sense of design both indoor and out. She passed in 2012 yet her indoor and out decor is still unchanged. As it should be. 🙏🏻

This is where I am actually from, not the Mojave Desert 😎

More Antiques

Here are four more iPhone photos from 2015 on the old car tour. Are ya tired of these yet? I hope not because I have plenty more to upload! I hope you and yours are all well this day.

Behind the Wheel: 1914 Pierce Arrow

Again from 2015, here’s an iPhone photo of my dad and I rolling along in the old timer. He’s driving, I would never ask to drive this car as it takes time to learn and he never offered! 😎

The steering wheel is on the right side…

Good Gulf Gasoline

Here’s an iPhone photo from 2015 while on the antique car tour with dad. These old timers are in much better shape than other old pumps I’ve seen over the years. Good Gulf.

Antique Things

Digging ever deeper into my archives, I extracted another fun set of images from 2015, this time from when my father and I were on an antique auto tour covering a small area either side of the Florida/Georgia state line. I was likely the youngest guy there but hey it was a fun trip. And a bit scary too as well since these old timer antiques are a bit wobbly! I added the effects.

Treasured Memories

Feeling a bit nostalgic this morning I pulled these old photos from 2015 from my archives. These were likely taken in 2015 which was three years after my mother passed. The corner decor is her design in one of the bathrooms in the home.

The barn is at minimum sixty years old and used to be a part of a Thoroughbred farm. The lawn photo looking downhill toward the crick is what I call the North Lawn, I mowed this place for two decades. It takes practice to cut nice, straight lines like this on a lawn!

My Homeland

An old buddy of mine sent me this photo of his front yard in Michigan this morning. Brr! It was twelve degrees overnight there a couple days ago. Brr!! This location is very close to where I lived and man does it look odd to me after living in the Mojave Desert for seven years now. I do miss riding a snowmobile though… I grew up with one under my ass!! 😂🥰

An Old Photo in A Rough Looking Frame

This photo is not mine, but I am 100% sure it was taken 1978 in Columbiaville, Michigan. In those days the APBA had a sanctioned drag strip course on this part of the Flint River a long way from Flint, Michigan.

The driver was a good friend of my dad in those days. We were also friends with the driver in the boat beyond which was a Blown Fuel boat. Ours was Blown Alcohol engine. Lots of power at 1500+ horsepower! I was still in High School. High Skrewl.

Made With Impresso

This is a photo of a portion of a living room back home in Michigan. Not too interesting so I processed it with the Impresso application on my iPad. It now blends with the painting seen on the left side of the image. Still not so interesting? 😎