This week’s challenge is anything that runs on fuel and seats at least two people, aka mechanical transportation. Every vehicle that we have other than the new Chevy Colorado, is an Int, so it’s kind of going to be an Internation fest…
1974 International Harvester ¾ ton pickup.
The main truck, a 1975 ¾ ton pickup. Random fact of the day #845: ’75 was the last year that International made pickups.
1948 International tandem axle flatbed.
Picking up a load of hay.
One of the semis loaded with stage equipment for Keith’s show in Portland on Friday night. The concert was great!!! I didn’t see the front of the truck, so I don’t know what it is. Probably a Kenworth.
boys, or what you consider toys challange this week was really fun to shoot. Some very interesting stuff…
My vast Breyer model horse collection. I have over fifty, including the dogs, two cows, a cat, and chickens and rabbits. Now that I don’t play with much anymore, they sit on top of my dressers.
Affirmed, winner of the 1978 Triple Crown. The tenth, and so far the last horse to do so.
Hidalgo from the 2004 movie Hidalgo. Beautiful chestnut paint.
Holstein milk cow. I also have a Hereford bull.
My new baby, a Takamine EG530SC acoustic guitar as payment for my work over the summer hauling hay, weeding, and whatever odd jobs.
I’m putting these next two pictures on in behalf of Dad since he doesn’t have a blog, though he has to “share” some of his toys with me. =) The emblem on our 1948 KB-6 flatbed hay truck. I love this truck.
The 1/2 scale 12 pound Napoleon cannon. It makes some serious thunder!
And finally, can’t forget about the camera that makes posting pictures on mine and Mom’s blog possible…