At a classic car show at one of the local malls. Self portrait in the reflection. 😉
Tony and I headed out to a classic car show at one of the local malls.
On the way we stopped at the Momac Grain Elevators. This spot was featured on Day 3 (November 21).
Lots of interesting graphical possibilities here.
One shot bridge replacement.
This rig is run by electric motors with a top speed of about 10 ft./minute.
The carrier is designed to hold over-weight loads – in this case a bridge replacement. The bridge is pre-built then moved into place overnight. This reduces downtime for the roadway. Lots of gawkers on hand for the show.
Additional shots to complete the story:
A man made pond near Bank St. on the NCC Driveway is home to a whack of ducks.
Work continues apace on the Lansdowne redevelopment project. A massive bit of building goes on for new retail outlets, etc.. This shot is from the same approximate location as the image posted on Day 124.
After all the rain, buds are popping out everywhere.
This Lily is ready to go.
Just before the turn to the Trail Road dump, there’s a huge area run by a sand and gravel outfit. This rig’s been parked by the road for some time. I reckon this is well before the days of hydraulics.
Canada Day & we decided to tour the valley a bit rather than join the crush on Parliament Hill.
The Mississippi River runs through Almonte providing power to the town.
The 4th (or 1st) in a series of cats that Cassandra has dropped off for a visit & ended up staying.