This was a very exciting day, Just to see all the props in real life, such a treat. I built most of the models and had the toys but the details in the actual pieces was incredible. My young naivete in the 80's allowed me to think that all the spaceships and the walkers were real working machines. HAHA but i guess that a testament to how well these were made and without cgi.
last summer I had a great little trip to Sturgis with Andy Carter from Pangea Speed. Especially nice was winning the Street Chopper/Hot Bike Winner Take All Show! Meeting lots of great people, partying, and seeing what is left of America is what this is all about. Finally getting around to loading some pictures.
It's the water
Arlen's "Untouchable" in the Michael Lichter Buffalo Chip exhibit.
Found a roll of undeveloped film in the saddlebag of my '37 a few weeks back and got it developed. Turns out it's from the Analog Run last October where we rode to the Central Coast of California and spent three days and two nights having a great time. Thanks again Caleb for throwing it!
Now I gotta find the stuff I originally got developed...I think it was from Costco and they stopped doing scans...
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