To what point when a building is unoccupied do we consider it abandoned? A month, a year or possibly decades as the Denville Auto Center has been for countless years. Smack, dab in plain view by thousands every day along a US highway. There's nothing wrong structurally nor has it been vandalized. Yet there hasn't been anyone occupying this small garage for as long as I can remember.
Ranking number four of all time best selling vehicles this beauty Volkswagen Beetle is undoubtedly one of the longest running production cars in history. Built in 1938 this Bug captured the hearts in the multi-culture movement right through into the 1970's.
The economical price and funkadelic design of the Love Bug later lost her number one spot manufacturing 23.5 million Bugs to three other vehicles. Let's start with her sister, the Volkswagen Golf with 30 million cars. Then tying for number one bragging rights is the Ford F150 Pickup and Toyota Corolla, producing 40 million vehicles each.
I reality there is one car that out shines all these by a landslide. Created in 1979 this vehicle was adored by loving hearts across the world. Created by the ex Chrysler Parts Fabricator Jim Mariol who wanted to stay in the business of cars. This innovative car broke all the rules in styling and operations and it is a part of a permanent collection at the Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum in Cleveland, Ohio. She sits proudly along side the Corvette, DeLorean and the Ford Model-T.
That's right folks, this lovable red and yellow ink injected one passenger car is the Little Tykes Cozy Coupe. I bet you weren't expecting that one now, did you?
When I see Jesus, I usually don't think of anyone but Jesus... I mean his appearance looks nothing other than Jesus Christ. That's until I saw Jesus Christ looking like someone else. Maybe I'm stretching it a bit, but does this not look like Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) from the AMC television series "The Walking Dead?" Maybe I'll be the dead one even thinking this, especially if you disagree!
Of all hopes and all desires the field only reveals to man his own ridicules folly and despair. The victory is only an illusion to philosophers and fools. And for the rich, this is their last laugh that will never be seen until the afterlife!
Who loves Rockets? If you're like me and do, you will be victimized by seeing a display beyond belief when one of our uncapped CO2 cylinders falls over and pops the valve head. Take a front row seat and enjoy the the thrill and excitement of unchained and uncapped compress gas as it creates rocketing torpedos that will literally shoot through the roof!
Bring your friends and family and be awed by the Amazing and Spectacular Spectacle Cylinders. Please Folks, keep yourself and your children guarded as we never know which direction these beauties will soar. Tickets are all free and no registration required! See you there!
Why not call and make reservations now for your romantic getaway. Honeymooners, Lovers or couples who fancy a weekend rendezvous. Our resort is for Lovers only as you'll never be lonely when spending quality time with us.
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The white snow thaws as the river begins to swell overflowing the banks. Never pausing for a second, the water continuously rushes as it roars through the leafless forest. The time has finally come when the sun basks just a little warmth to make it all feel good. Spring is here at last and the Summer heat will soon follow. But, perhaps this is all a dream and the silent white will once again clash with the thundering wetness that will soon freeze over.
As majestic and beautiful Mother Nature is, she heeds to no one and will decide what will be the outcome!
This historic E8A Electro-Motive Division of General Motors (EMD) is currently owned by the United Railroad Historical Society of New Jersey. A Diesel-Electric Locomotive built in 1953 in La Grange, Illinois specifically as a streamlined passenger hauling locomotive. The E8A was purchased by many major railroad companies throughout the United States.
This New York Central Railroad was used to pull some of America's most famous trains, such as the "20th Century Limited." This number 4083 is sadly the only one out of three who survived the three-locomotive trio with the "Century Green" color scheme in 1961.
All aboard and live the dream of yesteryear once again before the the last of these magnificent beasts are gone forever!
An eyesore to most can hold hidden beauty to many. In all things there is beauty that will emerge and spread joy to those who seek it. Stop and take it all in for it will not last forever. Before you know it, it will all be gone, never to be seen again. Make a painting and imprint it in your brain so it will last a lifetime. This we do subconsciously and without thought.
And the question always arises: "Do you remember when...?"