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1964 Chevy Pickup Stepside. It looks like the last time it was drivable was in 1998, notice by the window sticker. In the back of the bed there is a cooler (“Sure where he kept his beer”) a pair of cowboy spurs and old boots. My guess is this was a cowboy’s pickup.
July 25, 2014  This is the sixth in a series of 12 quilts located in Carroll County Maryland and part of the American Quilt Trail  Movement.  This is one “crazy" quilt.  This quilt is also on the side of the Carroll Arts Building and not a barn.  I like how the red in the upper right corner makes both a "c" and an "a".  The CRAZY Quilt is located at: Carroll County Arts Council - 91 W. Main Street, Westminster, MD  To see if the movement is in your town go to: http://barnquiltinfo.com
7/30/14 - A little girl is almost ready to drift off to sleep; I loved that sort of sleepy, semi-comatose look she had in her eyes.  Thanks for your comments on the shot of the VW van with the vodka ad.  Also, thanks to everyone who commented on my previous post from the Cherry Creek Arts Festival that somehow turned up in the dailies today, after disappearing totally the day I posted it.
July 30 2014 T-shirt
29.07.14 - Weird World :)  This is another shot from the punch and Judy Festival in town at the weekend, such a lot of fun!  Thank-you for your kind words on my shot yesterday, most of my time is being taken up by Tell Them of Us now, I will keep you updated.
July 30, 2014  Sunflower,   I did not have a photo for today so I took a walk around the yard with my macro  and finally settled on this one.
JULY 30 2014 Small waves
One more rodeo shot - I observed that the bronc riders have two different styles.  The style shown here where the cowboy sits more or less upright on the horse.  In the other style, the cowboy lies back along the horse's back and seems to try to stay that way for the entire eight seconds.  The horses also had their styles.  In the style shown here, the horse kicks its back heels way up into the air; other horses liked to jump straight up into the air with all four feet off the ground at once.  Also, many horses kept bucking for quite a while after the rider was off.  At the end of the eight second ride, two other fellas on horseback would get on either side of the rider on the bronc and the rider would grab onto on of the other men and pull himself off the bucking bronc.  This actually seemed to be quite an intricate maneuver requiring a lot of skill on the part of the other two cowboys and their horses.  Thanks for the comments on my shot of the floating stairs at the federal building.  I sure appreciate you all taking the time to stop by and check out my photos.  As usual, the week is flying by.  Hope you have a great Thursday!
07.30.14  Horse watching the Union Station.  Jeddy, Delaney and Morty the cat are here. We have a uHaul to unload. Anyone care to help?
Day 209: Butterfly Red Admiral  - July 30.
Calla Lily with Texture Posted July 30, 2014
07.30.14  Cubicle 4B--A room with a view  Ready and waiting for the Taxol to be infused. Got my salty treat, a cup of ice water and my companion, Indigo.  What more do I need?  Thank You kJakes! We got your BLING! and Ms. Indi will proudly be wearing it on Monday at my infusion!   To send BLING! to Indigo:  Tina Gardner, 4094 So. 950 W., Riverton, Ut 84405
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1964 Chevy Pickup Stepside. It looks like the last time it was drivable was in 1998, notice by the window sticker. In the back of the bed there is a cooler (“Sure where he kept his beer”) a pair of cowboy spurs and old boots. My guess is this was a cowboy’s pickup.

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1964 Chevy Pickup Stepside. It looks like the last time it was drivable was in 1998, notice by the window sticker. In the back of the bed there is a cooler (“Sure where he kept his beer”) a pair of cowboy spurs and old boots. My guess is this was a cowboy’s pickup.
1964 Chevy Pickup Stepside. It looks like the last time it was drivable was in 1998, notice by the window sticker. In the back of the bed there is a cooler (“Sure where he kept his beer”) a pair of cowboy spurs and old boots. My guess is this was a cowboy’s pickup.

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