Now before any of you that may have an inner Shaggy go "G-g-graveyard !? ZOINKS !!" Don't worry. The graveyard I visited today was not that kind of graveyard. ;)
It started when I was walking Bear this morning. I got to talking to a neighbor, and he asked if I was going to the "airshow". I didn't even know that there was one going on, but I thought, eh, I could get some pics to post on Gather.
So, I headed out. Why I took the route I did, all the way down our street to the crosstreet and down it, I do not know. When I was half way down the road I thought, "Duh, the airport is right behind my house !" I wasn't sure if there was a way to get "in" that way though....so....
Well, when I reached the road that "offically" led into the airport, I still wasn't sure how to get to the part where they were having the "airshow" so I thought at first I'd turn around and go home. Then I had another thought.
Lilies in the neighbor's yard
A while back ago, I think it was Greg Schiller who posted a photo essay of a bunch of old vehichles, and I mentioned that we had an old "vehicle/farm equipment graveyard" near the house. He said he'd like to see it. I think that conversation was sometime last year....;(
So, I headed on down the road--which turned out, in the end, to be another couple of miles. Along the way I took random shots of things, like planes, etc. going over.
Looking down a side road to someone's property.
First glimpse of the "graveyard"--some nondescript old farm equipment (pic looks better in the larger version).
Further down the road, and more of the graveyard. A...backhoe?
A tractor the fashoinable color of rust.
Still going down the main road--a silo or something along those lines....
I wound up snapping about 62 pics on my little stroll--some sort of random. :) I will try to share more, soon. :)