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Discussion in 'Image Dump' started by Solution, Mar 23, 2012.
Ty mystery solved.
That flat four (six) is worth some money even in the condition it's in. Corvairs have a cult like following.
It's rusted to hell and down a ravine u can't get heavy equipment into easily and on swampy land. Idk if I have the logistics to get it out n idk who actually owns it. It's on state park land.
There was another car near the pole barn I can load pics of. That's kinda in uh.. shape. Same era not sure the make either
It's obviously abandoned. You have to go through a process, state has to get involved etc., but the quickest way would be to notify the state park and they might just give it to you if you haul it away. Get a mechanic's title and boom it's yours.
Bonus: ID this equipment:
pretty sure I know what it is but curious.
yeah but 1. Dont really have the time, 2. Dont have the storage for it, and 3. wtf am I gonna do with it when I move if I can't find a buyer?
Its an interesting idea but the other reason im hesitant is that ppl in that area are, uh kinda hills have eyes-ish. The shoot first, ask questions later, the feds are coming to bust up our meth/potgrowing/subversive paramilitary ring. You try to not do anything that'll draw their attention. To get anything down there to haul it up, I'd have to drive on some of those ppl's land, which is not the best idea.
Ty for the advice.
Looks to be a convertible Karmann ghia
Rear fender lines are pretty distinctive.
Old type self propelled lawn mower deck sans engine.
last bits of nice autumn weather.. getting ready for all the rain and mud.
Dude that's beautiful .
I gotta take a day n get out there n git some of that
Yeah, you do that. It's the best!
I managed to catch some nasty flu already so i'm going back to the dungeon level...
Vitamin c zinc n fluids yo.
Here's a few I took a week ago from Tornio-Haparanda, yet I took more but I was drunk enough to ruin the shots with my thumb. I had an enlightening talk with a friend and some other drunk while waiting for a bus for two hours. Everything I never knew about Buick cars or Hayabusa bikes.
little girl was just going to declare war on turkey or whatever the hell are you doing here today
from the last few weeks.
Well we went from this:
In a span of 5 days.
Fucking mother nature.
I think I heard a plow truck. Hopefully.
Funnily enough, the temp here (in the Arctic) was 10 degrees C (probably somewhere around 300 degrees in stupid rubbish degrees) when I came back from working out of town.
Anomalous to say the least, but I can't say that I dislike it.
Yeah this is abnormal but not totally new to this time of year here. In 2011 we got about 18 inches of snow n ice two days b4 Halloween. It mostly sucks cuz no one has their heavy gear out (snowplows, chains, etc) n for ppl like me who live in assfuck nowhere, if there's still leaves on the trees, the weight of the wet snow n ice collapses the branches.
Usually on to powerlines n roads. Took 2 weeks to get power back into my area in 2011.
We usually have a half metre thick layer of compressed snow covering everything, and nice and icy roads all round by this time of year.
Now we'll have to make due with rain and mud.
I hope this goes on for another four to six weeks or so. White snow covered christmases can go fuck themselves.
Been working in the Lofoten area the last few weeks, and the landscape is rather picturesque.
Too bad that proper daylight hours started out at roughly two hours and has been shrinking ever since, so not all that many opportunities to take photos during a busy workday.
This is shortly before sunset, so around noon-ish. There's usually between half a metre and a metre of snow in these parts this time of year.
The following week, just a smidgeon of snow in the lowlands. Irritatingly pretty much all of the daylight hours were spent behind the wheel, or frantically doing shite that required visibility beyond that provided by handily portable artificial illumination, so didn't get the opportunity to take any really interesting pictures. Just fired off a couple random snaps in between documentation photos.
If I get the opportunity, I'm going to see if I can swing by a replica viking long-house that isn't too far off from the area where we are working one of these days, though I reckon it'll not look very impressive unless I manage to do so during daylight hour(s).
holy shit @Lovecraft nice pics
Rather crap I thought. I know of some really nice views around here that I'd like to take pictures of, but with ~2 hours of proper daylight and me working 15 hour days, there's hardly any time to stop and photograph the scenery before it is full dark. Might have the chance to get a snap of the Lofotr Viking museum on Thursday on my way past.
Fuck off, I didn't ask for your fucking life story you cabbage molesting pig farmer.
Drove by the viking museum today during daylight
Authentic viking longhouse replica, do not steal.
Also dropped by some tiny forsaken place that is apparently some sort of northern surfing mecca (I reckon that means hipster child molesters pray whilst facing in that general direction) , population probably ~100. Saw three surf shops, and heard that apparently there's a fourth that i missed.
Surrounded by fucken mountains on three sides
Scree fields stop pretty close to some of the houses. Any day a truck sized rock can slide down and smoosh this house.
And on the fourth side, the north sea.
Your mother says hello by the way, and I much prefer the cabbages over her.
I agree. I'd plunge my face into a pile of rancid cabbages before I'd go down on her. Only made that mistake a few times before I learned.
Edit: not mine but a pic I found from a place in TN, wanna see it some day.