In case you missed it yesterday, here’s the terribly exciting video I shot at the car show. Scroll below it to see the rest of the photos I took (click on them to see them larger).
After posting photos of the street festival (parts one and two, and the bed races) from the Santiam SummerFest, held on Saturday in downtown Stayton, we are wrapping things up with the big car show held at Pioneer Park. This will be a two-parter, because why not. There are a lot of photos.
And look, a video of the car show! Gosh, how exciting! At least the clips in this one aren’t smudged, so that’s something. Don’t forget to scroll down below the video for the thumbnails of the various cars. Click on them to see the larger versions of the images.
Yesterday, I posted part one of the photos I took at the car show at the A&W Restaurant on Wednesday. Today is the second and final set of photos. Click on the thumbnails below to see the rest of the images.
I found this beautiful creature hanging out near an auto body shop on the south end of 2nd Ave. a few days ago. I know it’s a Ford Super Deluxe, but beyond that I am clueless. Well, except that it looks like it has a mouth where part of the grill is bent. Maybe it was talking to me and I just couldn’t hear it. I should pay more attention.
Guest photographer Maryann Nielson brings us this photo of a snow-encumbered car. If I’m not mistaken, this is our friend Car. You may remember Car from a photo I posted of him a week or two ago. Well, as you can see in the photo, his situation has changed, and not for the better. Just look at all that snow. So sad. I hope he can make it through this terrible weather.
Thanks for the cool photo, Maryann!
By the way, for the record, as of yesterday at 5pm (which is when I did this post), we had 9.5 inches of snow at my house, and it’s turning to freezing rain. I live in the middle of several very tall trees, so I have my fingers crossed that they’ll remain upright throughout all of this.
We have another awesome rural scene from guest photographer Tom Miller. Thanks, Tom!
Attention Google+ and Twitter Users
I finally created a Google+ page for this site, if anyone is interested. It will have each day’s posts automatically posted there as links, just like the Facebook page. Please feel free to add that page to your circles.
I also added a Google+ like button to each post, but I don’t like how it’s displaying, so I’m going to try to find a better one.
Twitter users, don’t think I’ve forgotten about you, just because the site’s Twitter feed hadn’t been updating for months. I found a way to get it automatically posting again, so it seems to be good to go now.
And, of course, there is always the RSS feed, for the newsreader folks.