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    Posted 1 month ago

    OLECODY
    (9 items)

    Just added this 23 Model T C cab to my ever growing pile of crap Arden milk was started in El Monte in Southern Ca. in 1904 like to find some period correct milk bottles I painted the saw kinda fits in with my yard

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    1. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 1 month ago
      COOL old truck, and everything else in the pics too!!
      "The time we enjoy wasting is not wasted time" -- LOVE LOVE LOVE that!!!
    2. OLECODY OLECODY, 1 month ago
      Thanks AnythingObscure I have a real soft spot for this old rusty stuff and spend a lot of enjoyable time searching for it glad you like the saying. Thanks to everyone else for the loves
    3. fortapache fortapache, 1 month ago
      That is sweet. Need something like that for the next door lot.
    4. OLECODY OLECODY, 1 month ago
      Good luck Fortapache these things are getting hard to find
    5. jscott0363 jscott0363, 1 month ago
      Very cool!! Awesome artwork on the saw blade.
    6. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 1 month ago
      Truck just needs a wax job.
    7. OLECODY OLECODY, 1 month ago
      Thanks jscotto363 blunserbuss might need just a little more
    8. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 1 month ago
      Whenever I se your posts, especially your outdoor “art”. It so reminds me of The Ranch.
      My Dad painted signs too! Had one story written for the Yankee Blade anchor for people to read. ( apple customer). One for the old bell of the locomotive John Hartford had on one of his trains. The three walnut trees in the front yard were covered with license plates, horse shoes. Whatever suited his fancy.
      The saw sign is wonderful with Rat Fink! And that is one awesome old truck!
      Hope all is well up there in the North, the heat is coming this way. Hate where I live in the summer....thinking of moving, ugh!

    9. OLECODY OLECODY, 1 month ago
      Thank you Eileen nice of you to stop by glad you like all my rusty old crap just cant stop myself lol your pop and me would of gotten along great what did you do with all of his stuff????? The guy I bought the truck from brought some paper work over the truck is a 1920 and it came from Montague Ca. which is about 100 miles north of me I can find nothing about Arden milk being up there. Yep the heat is coming it has been very windy here might be a bad fire season. Take care Bill
    10. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 1 month ago
      Bill, I’ll answer that one on your post!
    11. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 1 month ago
      Hi Bill,
      I had over 50 years of accumulation to part with, it took me over 3 years. I gave most of everything to a cousin of mine, he would come out and help me with things. He also helped plant the apple trees ( 600 of them) 40 years prior. Seriously, I gave away a Cadillac, a flat bed truck, a skiff, a motorcycle, tons of furniture, anchors, etc.etc.etc.( the only thing I sold was my Brother’s gurdies off his little Monterey. Sold them back to Strand, for $800, they would refurbish and sell for several $1000! Fishing equipment is very expensive. I kept the bell off of the locomotive John Hartford ( Port San Luis where my Father moored out of used to be called Hartford Pier), I kept these huge port/ starboard lights off the warehouse of Port San Luis, that the boats coming in would know which side of the pier to moor on. VERY OLD! And made of glass! Another bell from the horse trolly that used to run through SLO before cars, complete with the route this bell was in. ( my Dad loved bells, I gave one away off an old riverboat) the Yankee Blade anchor, ( off the gold ship that went down in 1860 near Point Arguello), that weighs close to 1000 lbs. and a life preserver off the Montebello, ( the ship that was torpedoed in 1945 by Japanese near Cambria, Ca. My Father was out in the ocean that night as there was a blackout ,and he couldn’t use his running lights. The blast was around 3 am and it through him out of his bunk!) and I’m sure there’s a few other things, but can’t think off hand....writing this makes me miss The Ranch, but I just couldn’t keep it up. I worked very hard every day to keep up with the weeds, etc. When I sold, there wasn’t a weed around the fenced in acre, where the house was located) I have been told now it is overrun with weeds, I won’t go up the canyon as I don’t want to see. Life go on....
    12. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 1 month ago
      “ through”
      Threw him out of his bunk!
      I went to school, just hadn’t had my coffee yet, someday CW will let us edit our comments!!!!!
      Oh, and windy here, too. God forbid another bad fire season!
    13. OLECODY OLECODY, 1 month ago
      Thanks Eileen sure wish I could of seen your guys ranch in its prime bet your pop loved it if you ever feel like it post some pictures of the artifacts I like old bells anchors just think of the stories that old iron could tell
      I do know what you mean about weeds and debris if you notice in my post those are eucalyptus trees I have around 500 or so they are a mess along with the oaks I have been working on getting my place in shape for over a month still have a month to go glad I have a bobcat. A friend of mine has the Rust In Place museum (RIP) He has a steam train that runs around his property over a bridge threw a tunnel collections of antique tractors hot rods dragsters square tank Harley`s and Indians he is opening it up for us on the 23rd I will take some pictures you will enjoy this place wish you were closer you could go with us
    14. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 1 month ago
      Yes, eucalyptus and oaks are very messy! Had two euc’s in the fenced in area. Had to cut one down, got too tall next to the barn/ garage. Dad had antique tractors, hand plows, and such. I donated quite a few to the 4-H museum for children to learn how farmers used to farm.
      Wow! How did your friend come across a steam engine!? That is the kind of engine the old bell came off of! What fun! I think it’s wonderful “old iron” is being preserved by people such as yourself and your neighbor! Sounds like his property is like an “amusement park of old”!
    15. OLECODY OLECODY, 1 month ago
      That was nice of you to donate some of your pops stuff to the museum hope they put it to good use or at least exhibit it so people see how things use to be. My friend has several steam operated pieces of farm equipment funny you mentioned amusement park he has the first Redding Merry Go Round with a lot of the original animals some have been replaced I will post some pictures on the 23rd still like to see your old bell or anchors you have
    16. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 1 month ago
      I will post the anchor soon Bill, just for you. It is at my Daughter’s home. When my wonderful neighbor, Willy, “moved” away. I sent my Daughter and Hubby up to get it as he had someone come down with his tractor and “scoop” it up and took it back his place for safe keeping when I sold. I was so upset over the circumstances by which Willy was “taken” off his property, I didn’t trust myself to make a scene. Besides, I would of had to pass The Ranch to get to Willy’s. It took several men to unload it off a low ride trailer, and it hasn’t moved from where t landed. Lol!
    17. Rattletrap Rattletrap, 1 month ago
      Gotta luv the old C cab. In actual use they were interesting vehicles to drive in the mountains. Since they didn’t have fuel pumps and relied on gravity to get gas to the carb, if u were low on gas and going uphill you would have to go up in reverse to make the gas flow. No traffic in those days but a real pain to do and gas wasn’t available everywhere like it is now. Plus small tanks and long distances.
    18. OLECODY OLECODY, 1 month ago
      Morning Eileen have you had your coffee I knew what you meant I aint one of dim dair spell check guys lol I will be looking forward to seeing that anchor it must be a duesy
    19. OLECODY OLECODY, 1 month ago
      Rattletrap time were sure different in those days had a friend ask me why are there 3 floor pedals I explained it to him he says no throttle lol its up here wonder what things will be like in another hundred years

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