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Category Archives: Vintage

Day 140

Saturday the father of my partner in crime form college got remarried in Bozeman.  We attended his first wife’s memorial service back in January of 2017.  It was a wonderful (and short!) ceremony. Chuck and Florence are longtime friends.  She seems like a very nice lady.  I had not met her before. A good time […]

Day 21,914 Part 2

In continuing with my Birthday post, I have put up a page with a few photos because… I have decided to Start Over, just as soon as I can find QuickDraw McGraw and ride on out of here! Follow this link: 21,914 Days (+/- a leap year or two…) * ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 046 – The Trip Over!

The esteemed driver on the way to Seattle… The view from below. Mount Rainier. Lots and lots of windmills near Ellensburg! A couple of days later on the train.  To Gate S10. This is an Airbus A300 (?).  Someone screwed up big time!  There is actually leg room in coach seating! We are loading… More […]

Day 036

A few from the past!  I was sorting through an old bunch of CD Archives… 1981, Wibaux, /\/\onTana!  Maybe Gramma’s first motorcycle ride… I was on my way to Germany for the US Army.  I don’t know why she wouldn’t let me drive by the newspaper office… Demo-riding a Honda hawk at the 1988 Rider […]

Day 034

A few from the past!  I was sorting through an old bunch of CD Archives… Three Grandkids, circa 1997? Dailylife Daughter #1, Dailylife Pooch Rascal, and Dailylife Daughter #2 in the back of Oma’s truck. Oma had game! It says Bowman Lake, 1968, and that is me in the red shirt…beyond that I have no […]

Day 033

I took the Dailylife Wife down to 5th Street Diner for lunch.  It is the old Woolworth’s Lunch Counter.  And it looked just like it did today, with a full counter! ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 032

Long, long ago, in a Fort far, far away…I got to drive the train! Fort Steele, BC, circa 1968? 69? Unfortunately, it was a static display… ~Curtis in (now…) /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 305

A little about a veteran lens I have.  I collect Argus Cameras, and the most popular of them is the C3 “Brick”.  For a bit of fun I got an adapter for a C3 lens to put it on my digital Canon M2.  I have not researched it much, but I expect this lens is […]

Day 237

This is Al, the wise old sage of my coffee table, and his father in a wheat field north of Havre, long ago.  I think Al is wearing the same hat, but he denies it…   ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 220

There was neat truck and teardrop trailer combination at the Men and Machines Cart Show. * ** *** ** * Just neat! ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>