A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words
A collection of photos taken during our trips through the back roads of America.
General William Tecumseh Sherman marched through Gillisonville, South Carolina in 1865 near the end of the Civil War.
Hood ornaments are automotive works of art. They are badges of pride distinguishing one automobile company from another.
The swap meet at the Daytona Turkey Run is a car guys' GIANT yard sale . . . the "yard" is bigger than a football field.
A field of rusty junk...or a collection of faded dreams...or hot rods just waiting on a driver...or a gallery of glorious patina?
One man's junk is another man's treasure.
When you hear the words "Grocery Getter" you might be thinking mini-van, station wagon, or SUV.
You can bring the power and the bling, but if you don't monitor what's under the hood you're just asking for trouble!
Not everything is fast and furious. There are a lot of laid-back rides, like this 1945 Ford Woodie Wagon from the Laid-Back Garage!
Just across the Virgina state line, we pulled off I-77 for a little back roads driving.
The Offys dominated Indy racing for five decades. They are as beautiful as they are powerful.
Automobiles wear their name badges like a good soldier. They are badges of honor.