Friday, October 22, 2010

busted & broken

An old, wooden wagon marks the turn to the Cherokee Restaurant on Nicols Road. Any guesses about the mileage on that 4-wheeler?

12 comments:

  1. Your photo lets us appreciate just how many parts are needed to keep a wheel on an axle.

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  2. Looks like many, many miles!

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  3. It does look like it has seen better days!

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  4. Now thats what I call a classic vehicle. NO screen wash, no wiper blades, very cheap to run. Although I think its running days are long gone.

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  5. I love old things like this - reminds me of Arizona! Sorry I've been absent for so long - it was a crazy busy summer. I'm way behind on blog hopping and I've missed everyone! Hope all is well in your life.

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  6. Hmmm... I guess these things didn't have odometers. I am just going to have to guess "a lot"!

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  7. Are you sure it can even hit a mile? ;-D

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  8. Did it go to Oregon?

    I want one like that please.

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  9. And now a perfect art subject

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  10. It can tell so many stories about the things it saw and felt.

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