I came across this little vintage Remington about a week or two ago and knew that I would use it in some way. My blogging has been sporadic in the past months. In October I got hired for a temporary position in a library. It was part-time, but the days I worked, I gave it my all. When I didn’t work, I was not energetic and I think I was experiencing the effects of a lack of Vitamin D, and (lots of rain). Well, my job is no more and I must say that I enjoyed it immensely. I will also mention, that it was an answer to a prayer I had written down on a slip of paper in 2015. God gets the glory and praise… As of today I am preparing for a trip to California. So for a bit longer, my blogging will still be sporadic. But I want you to know that, you my blogger friends, are thought of often, and in my heart there is no distance…
It’s a Ford
The Challenge for this week is Names. I really like vintage vehicles. You will find, other photo interpretations for the challenge, at the Daily Post.
In Anticipation of what the cold weather will bring our way, I get pretty excited about the thought of snow. I have become a fan of the weather channel in hopes that we will wake up to a blanket of snow. Not quite a blanket, but
of course my camera and I will take advantage of cold weather photo opportunities. The Weekly Photo Challenge at Daily Post is Anticipation.
Betsy McCall has been with me for over fifty years. How we managed to not part ways in all of those years is beyond me. She recently needed a few repairs. One knee is no longer flexible and she needs to be propped up. Considering, I think she looks great and I love her sweet and wholesome appearance.
Like the palm trees our roots grew deep in the desert. So therefore we are a bit nostalgic today.
For more Nostalgia you can link here
Here is my take on the Daily Post weekly photo challenge..of Opposites
Another vintage bike we came across
It has many different parts that have different purposes
All the parts are needed in order for the bike to function well
In order for me to stop this bike I have to step on the pedals backwards..
the Opposite direction