It’s five o’clock somewhere – Happy Friday!
Here is an old tractor on display at Sahuaro Ranch Park in Glendale. Sahuaro Ranch Park is on the National register of Historic Places. It was homesteaded in 1886 by William Henry Bartlett, a businessman from Peoria, Illinois. The 17-acre Sahuaro Ranch Park Historic Area features 13 original buildings, a rose garden, barnyard and historic orchards.
I’m not much of a motor-head but this yellow Dodge Viper caught my eye.
(PS I just purchased Photoshop Elements. It’s on sale for half off through Nov 29th so I thought I would give it a go. If any of you who use it have any tips to share, I’m all ears!)
When Magpie saw this photo from the car show she made the comment that it seemed to be a moment frozen time – it just as easily could have been taken on a Sunday afternoon 50 years ago. I wonder if the men in the photo were thinking of a weekend long ago when both they and the car were not so classic.
Magpie and I went to a car show this weekend, so be prepared for a lot of pictures of pretty, shiny, colorful cars, but please don’t ask us what kind they are because we probably won’t be able to tell you – only that it is pretty, shiny and colorful. Except for this one……which I happened to remember was a 2001 Chevy Metro LS.
So you say you want to see the truck? What made this photo so hard to take was the fact that this truck was so bright and shiny. You need to click on the pictures to appreciate just how clean it was. She is a beauty, huh?