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Grass on a Rollin' Stone

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Wednesday April 3, 2013

North Bend, OR (Current Weather Conditions)

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2. EndlessHorizon
4:24 AM GMT on April 09, 2013
Reminds me of a story a friend of mine told, about him and his brother and their dad's old truck of a similar vintage. Dad had parked it out in the back forty some months earlier, and told them to go get it to haul some brush out. First they had to find it. Then they had to start it, which it did not want to do. After much prodding and fixing and poking and grumbling and shouting, Ole's brother finally managed to get it started and moving...just far enough to roll the front tire onto Ole's foot, where it stopped and promptly died and would not restart. This truck was known for such antics. Fortunately the ground was soft and nothing was broken, but he was stuck there howling until enough of the family came running to lift the thing off his foot. Of course, the instant it was off his foot, it started right up and purred out of the muck as if it had just had the best tune-up of its misbegotten existence. I hope this is not that truck! Great shot!
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1. noneinc
7:56 PM GMT on April 06, 2013
Great shot and title!
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