Today I'm going to just post some photos with a caption/explanation of each to give you a little visual input. I finally figured out that libraries with security lockouts will allow me to upload directly to the blog but not through photobucket.com, which I've been using to resize for the blog. What this means is that, depending on the connection, when you go to enlarge a photo, it may be HUGE if it had to go directly to the blog from my camera. Oh well, at least I can now always add a photo or two.
This is the grand moment when my secondary counter rolled over to all zeros! That's 1,000 miles to you folks out there in Internet land:
Labor Day parade, vintage Jeepsters and vintage drivers, Freemont, Ohio:
Freemont cuties all tarted up for the event:
Rock 'n' Roll museum in Cleveland, Ohio:
Far out church in Napoleon, Ohio:
Motoring through central Ohio:
This kid was soooo excited about my bike and my tour that he needed to have his picture taken with me and the bike. This is at a vintage tractor show I stumbled into in Gibsonburg, Ohio:
Some of the hardware:
This is Steven Kraft, recently out of a twenty year stint with the US Marines. Way to go, Steve. His new civilian life fit him well. We met over the Internet after he responded to some of my stories. We made "plans" to meet up somewhere in the middle of the country as he was starting from the west coast and I from the east. Damn it all if we didn't find each other in the middle of corn fields a bit east of Bowling Green.