Old Pickup Trucks

persimmon hollow1

Proof that putting it off does not fix the problem.  Nor does it disappear.  It simply allows the problem to grow.

persimmon hollow truck

Happy Friday! Be kind, one to another! ♥

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27 Responses to Old Pickup Trucks

  1. So they have those old things in Oklahoma too!

  2. ly says:

    Good point!

  3. My first vehicle was a 1963, 3 on the tree, Chevy Pick Up! I loved it! It was yellow with black doors and there was a hole in the roof where a milk sign once was and now a wine cork kept the rain from coming into the cab. In the winter, with sandbags in the back, we pulled out many a 4×4 that were stuck in ditches out with this truck!

  4. bulldog says:

    Love these… being old I love old things…

  5. Ha! Thanks for the memory – my first husband and I had an old truck like the one in the second picture and it looked about that bad too – but it sure ran good!

  6. daniellajoe says:

    you too!! Happy Weekend!! 🙂

  7. omtatjuan says:

    I had an old pickup that looked like that… Just blue… Love your words…

  8. shreejacob says:

    LOL…Nature definitely takes over! 😉

  9. viveka says:

    You manage to get some fantastic shots .. and colorful ones too .. there is so many old cars around – but I think there is more printers … massive problem, because people buy new printers all the time, because it’s cheaper than buy ink to them. What a waste society we live in. Happy Weekend to you.

  10. linda says:

    Sturdy cars in the old days.

  11. Looks like my old 1970 custom 10

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