I took Tyler to an autocross event, and we both had an absolute blast!
Here’s a story from the 1970s that is a family favorite. We were driving from Athens, GA to my Grandmother’s on the South side of Atlanta, probably via the old Winder Highway (8). The vehicle was our ’68 Country Squire LTD, which was loaded down in the back with numerous dried flower arrangements Mom was planning to sell at a craft… Read more »
After a two-year hiatus due to the machine shed being blown down and rebuilt, I was able to pull the main drivetrain and chassis parts together in the shop this week. I have to finish Beth’s work island first, but should hopefully be able to start assembly over the winter.
Dad and me.
The machine shed is rebuilt, and I’m slowing getting stuff organized to the point where I was able to spend a couple hours cleaning up the wheels for my ’62 Volkswagen. After installing the clips that hold the hubcaps on, I took the wheels and tires in to be mounted and balanced.
Being an Atlanta, Georgia native, I watched with amused interest as the city experienced “Snowmageddon ’14” recently, as if it was the first time snow had ever fallen in Georgia. In fact, this event very closely paralleled the original Snow Jam ’82 event that happened while I was in college. I ran across a site that documents stories from this… Read more »