Some folk went crazy with customizing.....
I know this one has Chrysler tail lights and the unforgettable 50 Studebaker bullet nose. (The lizard head got me!)
But for today:
This is very interesting country. It has been a long time since seeing tobacco in the field. There are some beautiful farms here, well taken care of. I haven’t gotten lost but two or three times after we settled down. (true)
Tonight’s walk was good, a little over two miles. The thrill of the woods, roads and country over shadow the Starter problem. As other glitches in life, it is now behind and will make a good story as time goes on.
(My guage and rear camera (tow car) view )
On the trip I had commented on the beautiful cloud formations. A good photographer (like our friend Rick) sees a sight of beauty and thinks to hold it on film, I forget, later I say ‘I shoulda caught that on film.’ As I said we followed our antique GPS, it took us off the interstate and I did not complain. As we entered Virginia the sky was dark on one side and clear on the other. You could see the solid vertical rain line I have seen so many times at sea.
In just a few minutes we were in a deluge. I had to slow to 30 mph. It was a refreshing rain for about 15 minutes then we had clear skies & White clouds ahead. It was beautiful.
Then the GPS took us off US29 onto local roads. As I mentioned narrow, with no center line. I met one truck we both dropped our right wheels off the pavement, waved, smiled and passed slowly. I am sure he was a local farmer wondering what this guy is doing out here?
Then a double railroad crossing (rough) with a 'short steep' incline into US29, (WHAT? We left 29 awhile back.). The GPS took us across 29 again and back into the great farm country. It was an interesting ride. Virginia is a beautiful state.