23 May 2012

Yipie i oh, Yipie i ay



Yipie i oh,  Yipie i ay
Ghost riders in the sky

Ghost riders in the sky


No clever stories this evening as I am nodding off at my desk. Yawn. Here is a quick treat from my Backroads, S.C. album of the flying car. It's gone now but flies on forever in my photo.  There is another one on Rivers Ave. that I need to capture before it vanishes as well.  

I brought home a bag of zucchini and squash from our on-campus Farmer's Market today and fried them up for dinner. So delicious. What a treat to have summer's gifts laid out right at work for us to buy thanks to Joseph Fields Farms on Johns Island.

14 comments:

Lowandslow said...

Really old cars like that remind me of scenes of modern Havana. It's amazing how they can keep those old cars running.

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Aiketa said...

This is so cool! And it's great that you got to capture it before it disappeared.
Regards from Barcelona.

Valladolid Daily Photo said...

Really cool and original, thank you for sharing!

Frank said...

Vehicles displayed this way are always fascinating...especially when we can watch them deteriorate over time. (We have a row of buried Airstream trailers near here that just get better and better over the years.)

brattcat said...

haha to the photo and caption, yummm to dinner.

Rick said...

yippie...2 p's or its sounds like y(eye)pee...but you know how picky I am...nice photo

Ryland Grace said...

I use to see that car every time we went to my in-laws place in Manning.

Charlestonjoan said...

Aiketa - Thank you! It reminds me to get more photos before things vanish.

Charlestonjoan said...

Thank you!

Charlestonjoan said...

Aistreams buried? That is almost criminal?!

Charlestonjoan said...

How did they get it up there, though?

Charlestonjoan said...

You are such a goose. I cut and paste the entire thing. I feel I don't need to justify it when I steal it. ;)

Charlestonjoan said...

Yes! And remember the little blue tire store next to it? It is gone as well but I do have a picture of it as well.

Charlestonjoan said...

I spoke in error. The car is still there.. It is on hwy 176 near Cameron SC