Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Around the Neighborhood

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Junior Barnes goes for a full pull

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84 years ago this was the way boards were cut for building houses. This saw is a rare 52" blade Frick left-handed portable saw mill built in 1921. The power for this saw mill comes from the power take off of a John Deere tractor hooked to a 30 foot belt.


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"I'm telling you, Homer, them boys at Unlimited Cycle gave me one hell of a trade-in on the John Deere tractor. You should see my new quad runner."




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This is what makes the power at tractor pulls.

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A lovely Ford being shown at the Northern Cambria Hope Volunteer Fire Company Car Show.

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What can I say...a picture is worth a thousand words.

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Hockey is hockey, no matter how it is played...at the Hastings rink.


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Thomas Bridge, built over the Crooked Creek, in 1879 in Indiana County, PA. The bridge was reconstructed in 1998.

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Day Lily


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Hollyhocks




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Gloriosa daisies

3 comments:

Barry Wood said...

Hello. I'm not a photographer, but two of your photographs touched me deeply: "FREE KETINS" and "FRESHLY PAINTED RED CHAIRS". We can almost assume the story behind each of these two brilliant photographs.

I would say they are masterpieces. Thank you for sharing them.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing your photographs. They are excellent! Each one of them tells a story. I look forward to seeing what's new every few weeks. Like they say, a picture is worth a thousand words. I just wish more people knew about your site, so that they could enjoy it too....

Anonymous said...

"Free Ketins" has made it to NYC via a friend who saw this sign which tickled his funny bone. It became a facebook string of comments.