UNDER THE HOOD: A ROAD MAP STORIES The White Buffalo, The Ghost Dance, and Me The Milk Moon, The Ocean, and Me Foggy Trip The Blue Heron The Road Trip Diaries, Author Unknown - Kansas Afternoon, 1963 - Night, January, 1964 (Colorado) Blue Moon The Hawk Thunderbird Devil’s Den Ol’ Black Eye The Messenger Brought Me A Letter The Phoenix, The Incas, and Me The Kingfisher ...
One way to open your eyes is to ask yourself, What if I had never seen this...– Rachel Carson, on protecting and preserving the wonder and beauty of Nature. Rachel Carson was, among other things, the author of Silent Spring, one of the first books advocating for our environment, and is a great hero of mine. x LV
Here I am, Blog, just differently. I do things differently. Cars my age, they don’t do the things I do. x LV
All good poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feeling: it takes its origin from emotion recollected in tranquility. - William Wordsworth To see the Summer Sky Is Poetry, though never in a Book it lie— True Poems flee— - Emily Dickinson Oh Blog! At last I will, quite literally, be poetry in motion, a true poem! (As I have oft described my self here, and as I have always known...
Ford Seeks To Make Lincoln A Glamour Brand Again →
Again?! Haven’t we always been? Hmmph. x LV
Economy was gettin' so bad, I had to lay myself... →
Involuntary Lay-Offs, Even For Cars. <LV scans list with lightning speed> Whew! I’m not on the list. Of course I didn’t lay myself off, Blog. We’ve got work to do. We’ve got to save Mother Earth! I’m still here. All we do is work, work, work. And think, think, think. x LV
This Day In History, Part One: via life: 98 years ago, Henry Ford rolled out the very first moving assembly line to create cars. His method of mass production via assembly line is better known as “Fordism.” To honor Ford, let’s take a look at one of his most beloved cars of all time: the Mustang. Production of the Mustang began in March, 1964; the new car was introduced to the public on April...