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Trains… Well, at least the back-end of one… An early 1900s Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe caboose… In front of it are two 1900s artifacts, one the old crossing sign, then other the arm with three lights on the left. … Continue reading

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Back in the day, when I was travelling my ass off, some of us ended up on the same planes on occasion. The stories about what could/did happen were ‘hilarious’ and most of us had experienced at least a few … Continue reading

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Haven’t done a car lately, and a side conversation today got me thinking about Hurst branded cars… Back in the 60s/70s, if you had a 4 speed, and could afford it, you put a Hurst shifter on it. Hurst also … Continue reading

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Soooo, I’m out taking a walk and run across a yard sale… And what do I see sitting on one of the back tables? Can it be? Something from my childhood! I see a set of aluminum glasses and a … Continue reading

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We’ve been here before… Under Carter… NOT A WARM & FUZZY FEELING….. The U.S. Navy’s F/A-18 Hornet and Super Hornet strike fighters are the tip of the spear, embodying most of the fierce striking power of the aircraft carrier strike … Continue reading

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Sigh… I had a car that got 8MPG and I didn’t care… I was making $1.25 an hour… Yesterday, I spent $70 filling the tank… Grumble… … Continue reading

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Back in the day (early 1900s)… There were postcards… Gold’s Curio Store, Santa Fe, New Mexico, circa 1897. This was the first Indian curio business established in Santa Fe. The ramshackle old adobe building with wood carrying burros in front of and or … Continue reading

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This one’s for Rev Paul… 🙂 Back in the day forty or so years ago… “Lovely” Adak, by the way… And from the mid-80s, an always ‘thrilling’ sight- Watching a Harpoon come off the wing, especially from the TACCO seat, … Continue reading

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Haven’t done one of these in a while, but here is an original brochure from the 1953 Cadillac Eldorado, the first year of production… What they didn’t say was that all the hydraulics for the windows and top used a … Continue reading

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How far we’ve come… In such a few short years… My mother and dad had very distinct memories of each of those… Kitty Hawk, Dec 7th and Sputnik. And they keep changing the names too… sigh I wonder who had … Continue reading

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