OK, this one I can't get to load right. I have rotated to every possible orientation on my computer but when I upload, it will only assume landscape layout. If there's a tech-savvy 3rd grader or older on here, please correct and re-post!
I THINK this is just north of Big Moose (Twitchell Creek?) but feel free to correct me, it's been a long time
I have mentioned the legendary Henry Pape. Hank collected EVERYTHING railroad related, and knew EVERYBODY. He got pulled over for speeding in some podunk town in the Adirondacks. Turns out he knew the cop, or maybe the judge, and talked his way out of it. He was with a group taking a tour of the old Retsof salt mine. Way down underground, miles from the shaft, one of the workers took off his mask or helmet or whatever, came over, "Hi Henry, how have you been?"
Hank had the gift of gab and had stuff stored all over. I regret I can't recall the name of his friend in Webster, but he and Hank had a storage "yard" of speeders, most of which were Hanks and maybe 40% of which would run!
Some of the other members of the A.S.S. also stored their motorcars there, and here's a pic of that collection.
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