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Discussion in 'Photos' started by EbarDP48, Mar 30, 2006.
Well....I do ride fairly regularly lol!!
Erath County Courthouse in Stephenville, Texas. Constructed of limestone from a local quarry and accented with Pecos Sandstone. Completed in 1892. The architect also designed the First National Bank building across the street.
Well the way things are it won't be anytime soon
Just dream about it I suppose.
But I did get out a bit today.
Downtown Hunter, OK
If there are any restaurants left after this craziness I'd like to meet up with you for lunch or coffee on one of my Tennessee visits.
Hey that sounds like a plan to me, just let me know when you have a trip planned to TN. Of course we will have to wait until all this craziness is over and see what is still open as you say.
Greene County,TN on the TN/NC border on the road going up to Viking Mountain.
The Newby-McMahon building in Wichita Falls, Texas. This building is known as the World's Littlest Skyscraper and is the result of a con-man's swindle. in the early 1900's McMahon raised funds to build a skyscraper in Wichita Falls for the new wealthy that were profiting from the oil boom. The blueprints for the building showed the height as 480"...yes INCHES...but no one noticed and assumed it would be 480 feet. The investors took him to court, but lost because the blueprints accurately indicated that the building was built exactly as indicated. No where was it listed as 1 inch = 1 foot...it simply stated that the SKYSCRAPER would be 480 inches tall.
Long ways from the term 'best' but I do have more than one ~best type memory from here.
O8WR 250 Husky parked here.
US321 NC/ Tn border. For sale by owner.
Wilkes / Boulder tunnel near Boulder Montana.
West end. For reference, the horizontal fence top mid opening is ~10 ft from the ground. Lots of "puddles" to ride through, some were quite deep! My front fender disappeared a couple of times. If you look closely, there is a small point of light near center bottom that is the other end.
East end from the inside. The water was too deep to make it out so we turned around and rode back ~6000 ft to the west end.