Things you see on an old homestead way back when. More iPhone photos taken in 2015 in Georgia. This place is a historic, registered homestead in Georgia. The windmill was taken at another stop along our way, I managed to have it look rather ancient. Or did I mess it up too?!!
I don’t know for sure that this bust is a General but it fits, iPhone photo 2015, Thomasville, GA.
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!
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 😎
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…
If you’ve followed me for a while then you know of my love for these outboard racing boats which I grew up around in the 1960’s. Wonderful memories! These iPhone photos were taken at a museum in Georgia, the museum has a very wide array of items to view including these wonderful retired race boats. C Class is a fantastic class to watch on the water!
That’s a bold statement! I’ve bitten some delicious dogs over the years but not this dog… iPhone photo, 2015.
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.
No rotting grits here, just some iPhone photos from 2015. Back in the day the boys and I called a pack of smokes ‘Grits’, a single smoke is of course a Grit. Hey, this was the early 1980’s and some damn good times. Can I go back? I wonder what these antique machines are worth…
To have a good day! Have a good day people, stay safe and be well.
Obviously I do, the photo was taken on the 2015 antique car tour in Florida and Georgia.