Posts tagged trucks/pickups
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?
This rather nifty photo of a rather nifty old truck comes to us from guest photographer Tom Miller. He also chose the title, which I confess has me curious. I could have asked him, but then I would have had to delay posting this, and that would have made me sad. I prefer to be curious.
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.
From the “I really need to get out and take some new photos” department comes today’s photo of tires in the back of a truck. Yes, friends, I realize I might have just given you heart problems caused by the overload thrills you just experienced by looking at this image. I apologize.
This truck was parked outside Stayton Auto Wreckers, which is where I took yesterday’s equally thrilling photo of wrecked cars.
Last night was the final Stro’s Wednesday Nite Cruise-In at the A&W Restaurant on Washington St. for the year. I took several photos, and have posted part of them to a Flickr photoset. I’ll be posting more tomorrow, so stay tuned.
I took this photo of a nifty old
Ford Chevy (thanks for the correction, Mel!) truck sitting outside of the Fey Asian Chinese restaurant last month, and completely forgot it existed. I was happy to find it, since I haven’t been out to take photos in almost two weeks, so I’m having to scrounge to find photos. But, hey! If you want to submit a photo of the Stayton area for this here blog thang, then that would be rather awesome.
In “oh wow I just realized this” news, the 30th marks the fourth anniversary of Stayton Daily Photo. That’s pretty amazing, since I never expected to last a year, let alone four. I have absolutely nothing planned to commemorate the day, since I just remembered. Hmm.