This tractor was pulling what I believe is a chisel plow (which I learned last year) down E. Santiam St. recently. I don’t know where it came from or where it went, but I would imagine it’s a bit difficult to drive oversized equipment through town.
This guy was cruising along E. Santiam St. the other day on his bike. I wish I could take my scooter out of town like he seemed to be doing, but it doesn’t go fast enough. Maybe someday I’ll get a grown up bike, too.
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The love in Stayton is spreading. I posted a photo of a love truck I spotted off of 3rd Ave. a few months ago, and who would have guessed that I’d find another one over the weekend. My friend Jeff told my they belong to Trask Mercantile on 3rd., and I just want to thank them for showing the love.
Guest photographer Denny Barnes once again brings us some stunning images of helicopters being used at a Christmas tree farm (Facebook/Google+ users, be sure to click through to see all of the images). His description:
The Christmas Trees get kinda hungry this time of year so they were out feeding them yesterday. Feeding the trees, the helicopter pilot and loader are very busy people. The bucket would only hold about 1 minute worth of fertilizer so he was back every couple minutes for a reload. With two helicopters working the trees it was a very noisy day.
Very cool! This is something most of us don’t get to see. Thanks, Denny!
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Even Santa couldn’t resist looking at the various gorgeous cars at the car show at the Stayton Fire Department on Saturday (see also: breakfast & toy drive, and part one of the car show). Can’t say I blame him — he probably gets tired of his sleigh, and is looking for something else to drive during his off time.
Click on the thumbnails below to see the rest of the photos. So many pretty cars, and probably took pictures of less than half of what was at the car show.
Here is the first batch of cars from the car show held on Saturday at the Stayton Fire Department (see also: the breakfast and toy drive). I’ll post the rest of the car photos tomorrow.
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