Above: the Forest & Farm Heritage Museum, containing the chainsaw exhibit (below). Henry's Garage to the far right houses a vintage vehicle that I show two photos below.
|A little known fact: Crocodile Dundee spent his best years in the Canadian wilderness.|
|I have been to Wheelers so many times, that it isn't easy to get new photos, but I have never taken this shot before. I like the light and framing.|
Sitting outside before our parting, I took this photo of reflections in the truck's grill.
Several miles past Wheelers, just before we turned on the main road back toward home, I stopped to take this photo of a truck that has apparently been put to rest down in a little hollow. I had noticed the truck on our way to Wheelers and managed to keep it in my deteriorating mind to take a picture later.
And for good measure, here is a pic of Brian and me at brunch that I could have posted at the beginning, but I wasn't sure that I was going to use it. I should have been wearing my cap too, but I had left it in the car. I processed it in a gritty way to suit two aging men.