I’ve mentioned in these pages before that I am an inveterate reader. I read books and magazines like a normal person. I also read elevator permits, cereal boxes, and the backs of menus. I read fine print. You would be amazed at the obscure things I learn. Today I had occasion to doContinue reading “Professional strength?!”
This video from the 2011 MAFAA Muster and Parade recently turned up on YouTube. You can see Rowley’s Engine 4 @ 2:15. Beth and I show up with the Ford/ALF in the snapshot! You can also see and hear us in motion @ 2:50. Enjoy the noise.
We made it to the MAFAA muster in Lynnfield today. Each year they award a Hard Luck Trophy as needed to the poor soul who broke down on the way to the show. No one received it this year; my repairs held. The weather forecast worsened throughout the day yesterday, and by this morning thingsContinue reading “Rain on my parade”
Cat-ching up on some more photos. 5/22 – Chai claims the newest basket in the house. It’s even cooler than a cardboard box! 6/9 – The best place to be on a hot day is stretched out on a cool floor. 6/8 – We stumbled across this old Revere ladder on the ramp at theContinue reading “Cats, kids, and fire engines again”
She lives!! The 1963 Ford/ALF is back out of the garage
I spent most of the day today getting ready for tomorrow’s Lynnfield Muster. The Mack hasn’t been anywhere in about 18 months, so she needed some mechanical TLC. As with all things involving antique trucks, a few simple projects proved more expensive and more time consuming than planned. They’re still not all done, and IContinue reading “Old Iron (P365 – June 11)”