Here’s an old vehicle of some variety or another, which I spotted parked in a yard on Santiam St. Unless that bit it 10th Ave. I get confused on what’s what in the s-curves found there.
Last night was the first car show at the A&W Restaurant on Washington St. last night, and I took a ton of pictures (gallery below). I will post more photos from the car show tomorrow.
When I was there, show runner (and awesome photographer) Russ Stromeyer announced there were over 130 cars there, which was a record for the car shows. There were so many, they ended up having to line the street because they wouldn’t all fit in the parking lot. That’s pretty impressive.
There will be more car shows (the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month through early September, I believe), so I may attend more before the summer is over.
Guest photographer Tom Miller had some good timing to catch this plane going over this cool old truck. Thanks, Tom!
For the curious, Stayton doesn’t actually have an airport.
I stopped on one of the little dead end streets off of Ida St. the other day, and noticed I could see the back of Norpac Cannery from there. Some sort of machinery was loading some sort of green stuff into the back of some sort of truck.
Can you tell I know pretty much nothing about how the cannery works? Or anything else?
Guest photographer Tom Miller sent along this cool shot of a nifty old truck next to a nifty old shed or barn or mansion or outhouse (I’m fairly certain it’s one of those). Thanks, Tom!
My camera has been fixed and should get to my house on Monday. Thank you so much to all the guest photographers who have helped me keep this here site thing going over the last week and a half. Each of you rock. Big time.