Ford F-250? I got nothing.
And the gold is highlighting a detail not usually that easy to see.
I don't think that came gold stock.
Honestly- if I was a bit further back, it would be obvious what part of what car... which is why I focused on just that one normally hard to see detail.
It's not the carpet, nor the drapes.
It's the water on the shag. I feel like I'm looking up the wrong end of a baleen whale fer chrissakes!
Umm... wait a sec...
Like I said, I wish I could unsee it.
--Measure with mike, mark with chalk, cut with axe, pound to fit, paint to match
I came for cleverly cropped photos but I leave with visions of glistening blowholes, salty liquids, and crabs dancing in my head.
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My truck decided to pay me back for all the 'My old truck never gives me any problems" bragging yesterday at noon.
Electrical all dead when I tried to start. I ate lunch and walked back and still dead.
My guess is bad ground at it has lots of rust and bulges in wire with cracked insulator.
Anyway- trying to keep this short.
I decided to walk the 2 miles home to grab my tools (and car).. and since it was middle of day I didn't want to have to walk down the busy roads with no sidewalks.
Google maps showed me that I could take a short cut through a wooded area behind a commercial area and stay off the busy roads.
To my surprise- the wooded area had a worn footpath, which lead my in the back way to that little hidden neighborhood... a neighborhood made up of trailers, shacks, houses... and most are in poor enough shape to make you wonder if anybody even lives in them. But the yards were mowed.. so..
Dang- still made it long.
Some of the houses/places had old cars sitting around, but they were way back off the road and I didn't want to get shot of bit by a dog/child.
This property had all kinds of cool old cars and trucks in the back- but all I could get from close enough to use my cell camera with crap digital zoom was the old truck in the barn.
I saw these sitting as I went into the wooded area..
I wanted to go take a look, but being so far from the road I just didn't think that polite.
FWIW- the Firebird was sitting right by the gravel road (let's not even consider how smart you must be to park a car with for sale on it at the back end of a dead end road).. and even then I could hear a few door creaks and stuff from different buildings- including the one nearest the car. But I saw nobody... the hills have eyes feeling made me want the get walking.
Last edited by BRealistic; 10-07-2012 at 11:26 AM.