Kustom Cars

 

What a cool car!


Engine revving and the belts and pistons turning high up in the air.


And the the rest of the car, the body, couldn’t get any lower to the ground (not even John Belushi in The Blues Brothers)


As it was driving, the metal was scraping along the street. 


I wondered how it was that the pieces didn’t actually pull/fall off the car. 


The thing has got to be pretty solid despite the rusty looks.


This guy was getting quite a bit of attention along the beach.


Isn’t that the point. 😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Incredible Horses and Wagon

Wow, thought this was an incredible horses and wagon. 

I love how the artist raised the path, so you could see the difficulty of traveling like this. 

And the sculpture is so intricate and detailed. 

Truly lifelike and makes you feel the times. 

In the Wild West, like in the “Old Country” people kept chugging along, even when life was difficult and often miserable. 

Not sure how they did it. 😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Have You Been?

Why is Hawaii one of those places where people always go:

Have you been?

They don’t even say the words “to Hawaii”.

Like Hawaii is just one of those places where you’re supposed to read people’s minds. 

Have you been?

Umm, let me think a moment. 

And before you even get a chance to respond further, the other person goes:

Oh, well let me tell you about the time we were in Hawaii and…

Of course, nothing much ever really seems to come after that except something about the wonderful beaches!

Like there aren’t nice, exotic beaches anywhere else.

Frankly, it’s a little remote anyway, no?

The other thing about Hawaii, of course, is if one of the volcanos starts smoking its angry stack! 

Better start playing that little guitar Hula dancer! 😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Ghostbusters Mobile

Look what car I found today in Lancaster County.

The Ghostbusters Mobile.

The hood ornament is even a little ghost!

From the looks of the downtown, there very possibly could’ve been some ghosts around. 

Life and death are just a hairbreadth away. 

And when you die in one life, you pass over to the next. 😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)