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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by [email protected], Feb 6, 2018.
Annual tree puma sighting...
It’s dangerous when they have the higher ground!
1966 Shelby GT350-S
A 1965 leftover car, it was used as a prototype and was the first Shelby Mustang to be painted any other color than the usual Wimbledon white, the first Shelby Mustang with factory installed Paxton supercharger and the only one to ever get factory installed GT350-S rocker stripe callouts. On display at the Shelby American Museum in Boulder Colorado. If you're into old muscle cars, they're only open on Saturdays but this is the best $5 you'll ever spend to see such a collection. I try and time my trips through Colorado just so I can make a stop here.
^^^ If you're ever in Auburn Indiana, stop by the Auburn, Cord and Duesenberg museum. It is out of this world!
Cool, I'll have to add that to the bucket list. I've always thought the Auburn Boattail Speedster was one of the most gorgeous cars ever produced.
NYD walk to Portchester
Youre either very tall or thats a hell of a big cake!
6'2"... And it was a Hell of a big cake, too!
A special guitar related photo opportunity. I was fortunate enough to be the caretaker of a ‘64 ES335 for a few days so I let it play with my ‘71. This was big fun!
He looks so much like my poor Gus. Man, I miss that guy.
Shot from Gros Ventre Road inside Bridger-Teton National Forest looking back at the Grand Tetons. Off the top of my head, I want to say 2005 or 2006.
The view from the office window this morning.
Love the color contrast in this pic!
What time was that taken Shawn?
Of course it’s a typical Rochester tundra now, but a couple of days ago we had this weird warm air mass. It was very strange for January.
Is that one of the old cabin’s where the movie, Shane (Alan Ladd) was filmed?
That’s gotta be a new PS color “Outside Shawn’s Window.”
Yes it is! I didn't know it at the time though, I just thought it was a cool shot of an old cabin that had the Tetons in the background.
This guy has some really neat pics of the cabin: