It’s the initial week of Might and I’m currently imagining about summertime. It looks like I’m including something new to my ever-expanding Google Calendar on a daily foundation. In recent several years, I have used much of my summer time on the road, touring to automobile exhibits and observing what other intriguing happenings I can locate.
As I was sifting by my documents, I stumbled on a batch of pics from my journey to Puyallup, Washington, last July. I was only there for a couple of days, but it is challenging to ignore the wonderful Pacific Northwestern scenery—and a full lot of regular sizzling rods, customs and racecars.
Though I flew in and out of Seattle, the bulk of my time was used in Puyallup. My days were filled with cars, and my nights introduced me to nearby cities in lookup of diners, neon symptoms and qualified prospects on potential posts. In just more than 72 several hours, I was in a position to choose in a full ton.
Today’s submit could be brief on words, but ideally it’ll make up for it in photos. Below you will find a collection of snapshots from that trip, many of which have been gathering digital dust for virtually a 12 months now. With any luck, I’ll be again in the Evergreen Condition in the not-so-distant foreseeable future.